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Formula One: Lewis Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix


Britain's Lewis Hamilton won the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday, beating Germany's reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel into second place.

Hamilton, in a McLaren, mounted a late charge and overtook

Vettel takes pole position in China F1 Grand prix


Germany's Sebastian Vettel raced to pole position for Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix after his Red Bull car left Britain's Jenson Button trailing 0.7 seconds behind in second place.

Vettel clocked a lap

Work on Shanghai Disneyland 'to start April 8'


Construction of the world's sixth Disney amusement park will start in Shanghai on Friday following years of negotiations between the US company and Chinese authorities, the Wall Street Journal said.

In China, adults can’t take parents’ money

In a bid to ensure elderly persons’ social welfare, parents in an east China province have been empowered by a new law to decline their adult children’s monetary demands.

Shanghai keeps five foreign Expo pavilions

Authorities in China's commercial hub Shanghai plan to keep five foreign pavilions from 2010 world expo that were popular with visitors as public landmarks, local media reported on Friday.

Thousands mourn at scene of Shanghai fire

Tens of thousands of people laid flowers Sunday at the blackened shell of a Shanghai high-rise apartment where a raging fire left 58 dead, as the city marked the peak of the traditional mourning perio

India makes a strong pitch to push exports

Seeking more market access to reduce the trade deficit, India Inc on Thursday demanded that non- tariff barriers which impeded Indian companies to establish themselves in China should be removed.

Iran Prez: Israel doomed, Obama made a mistake


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Friday that Israel was “doomed” and singled out US President Barack Obama for scorn after the UN agreed a fresh round of nuclear sanctions against his cou

China vows to deal with trade imbalance

India on Sunday secured an assurance from China that it will “seriously” address the unviable trade imbalance that gives it a $6 billion surplus, even as it opened for the first time its market for Indian agricultural produce by allowing the maiden commercial consignment of mangoes.

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