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Microsoft unveils Xbox in <strong>China</strong> after 14 years ban

Microsoft unveils Xbox in China after 14 years ban

31 Jul 2014

Beijing: Software giant Microsoft unveiled it reinvented Xbox videogame console in potentially vast Chinese market after a ban of 14 years despite facing probe over business practices in the country.

Microsoft,   Xbox videogame,   Chinese market,   Yusuf Mehdi,   ,  
Microsoft unveils Xbox in <strong>China</strong> after 14 years ban

Microsoft unveils Xbox in China after 14 years ban

31 Jul 2014

Beijing: Software giant Microsoft unveiled its reinvented Xbox videogame console in potentially vast Chinese market after a ban of 14 years despite facing probe over business practices in the country.

Microsoft,   Xbox,   China,   Shanghai,   ban,   videogame console,   Chinese market,  
<strong>China</strong> investigating Microsoft in monopoly case

China investigating Microsoft in monopoly case

30 Jul 2014

Beijing: China's anti-monopoly agency announced an investigation on Tuesday of Microsoft Corp, stepping up regulatory pressure on foreign technology companies.

Microsoft,   Microsoft Corp,   monopoly case,   technology companies,   State Administration,   ,  
<strong>China</strong> launches probe against Microsoft, orders raids

China launches probe against Microsoft, orders raids

29 Jul 2014

Beijing: China has placed US technology giant Microsoft under investigation while officials on Monday conducted raids on its offices in four cities.

China launches,   Microsoft,   US technology giant Microsoft,   ,  
Is Xiaomi secretly sending smartphone user data to Chinese servers?

Is Xiaomi secretly sending smartphone user data to Chinese servers?

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Xiaomi Redmi Note, which was announced for the Indian market alongside the Mi 3, has been reportedly caught red handed sending data to a China-based server, stated a Taiwanese publication.

Xiaomi,   smartphone user data,   Chinese servers,   Xiaomi Redmi Note,   China-based server,   Taiwanese publication ,  
Cleanliness, punctuality Modi's mantra: Chinese daily

Cleanliness, punctuality Modi's mantra: Chinese daily

29 Jul 2014

Beijing: New vigour is sweeping through Indian government offices after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister with ministers conducting surprise checks to see if bureaucrats are in their seats in time and offices being kept clean and tidy to give an air of efficiency, a Chinese daily said on Tuesday.

Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA,   Indian government,   Indo- China ties,   India,  
McDonald’s in <strong>China</strong> runs into trouble over use of expired meat

McDonald’s in China runs into trouble over use of expired meat

28 Jul 2014

Shanghai: McDonald's outlets in Beijing and Shanghai have yanked their flagship burgers off the menu after a key US supplier recalled products made by its Shanghai factory, which is alleged to have used expired meat.

Shanghai,   McDonald's,   outlets,   Beijing,   Shanghai,   flagship burgers,   US supplier,   expired meat,   Hong Kong,   Japan,  
Chinese withdrew from Demchok after flag meeting: Rajnath Singh

Chinese withdrew from Demchok after flag meeting: Rajnath Singh

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Virtually admitting that Chinese herdsmen had entered the Indian territory in Ladakh last week, Government on Monday said the men withdrew from the position after a flag meeting between armies of the two countries.

Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   China,   flag meeting,   armies,  
Sikh basketball players should have rebelled: Bishan Bedi on turban row

Sikh basketball players should have rebelled: Bishan Bedi on turban row

26 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Furious at the recent incident of India's Sikh basketball players being asked to remove turbans at the Asia Cup in China, former cricket captain Bishan Singh Bedi on Saturday said the cagers should have walked out of the match instead of complying with the diktat.

Sikh basketball players,   FIBA,   China,   Bishan Singh Bedi,   turban row,  
<strong>China</strong> plans railway to India, Nepal borders in next six years

China plans railway to India, Nepal borders in next six years

24 Jul 2014

Beijing: China plans to extend a railway line linking Tibet with the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020 once an extension to a key site in Tibetan Buddhism opens, a state-run newspaper reported on Thursday.

China,   railways,   Nepal,   India,   Bhutan,   development,  

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