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<strong>China</strong> 'executed 2,400' last year: rights group

China 'executed 2,400' last year: rights group

21 Oct 2014

Beijing:  The world's top executioner China put 2,400 people to death last year, a US-based rights group on Tuesday said, shedding rare light on a statistic Beijing considers a state secret.

US-based rights group,   Pro-democracy,   Hongkong,   Protest in Hongkong ,  
Tata to set up Jaguar Land Rover factory in <strong>China</strong>

Tata to set up Jaguar Land Rover factory in China

21 Oct 2014

Changshu (China): Tata's Jaguar Land Rover on Tuesday rolled out its premium Range Rover Evoque at colourful ceremony here formally inaugurating its over USD 1.7 billion factory where it is set to manufacture new Jaguar models in a joint venture with China's Chery Automobile Company by 2016.

Tata,   Jaguar,   Land Rover,   Range Rover Evoque,   factory in China,   new Jaguar models,   Chery Automobile Company,   Ratan Tata,   Cyrus Mistry,  
<strong>China</strong>-backed hackers may have infiltrated Apple's iCloud -blog

China-backed hackers may have infiltrated Apple's iCloud -blog

21 Oct 2014

SAN FRANCISCO : Apple Inc's iCloud storage and backup service in China was attacked by hackers trying to steal user credentials and other information,a cyber security blog charged on Monday, saying it believes the country's government is behind the campaign.

Apple Inc's iCloud,   China,   Hackers,   Cyber Security Blog,  
<strong>China</strong>, India to set up hotlines between military headquarters

China, India to set up hotlines between military headquarters

20 Oct 2014

Beijing: India and China have agreed to step up engagements between their militaries by setting up hotlines between the army headquarters and establish new border meeting posts to address incidents of incursions like the one in Ladakh area last month, Chinese Foreign Ministry said.

Beijing,   New delhi,   India,   China,   Hotline,   India China border,   India army,   China army,   Army headquarters,   Ladakh,  
<strong>China</strong> says Hong Kong protests an attempt to seek independence

China says Hong Kong protests an attempt to seek independence

20 Oct 2014

Beijing: China has termed the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong an attempt to seek self-determination and independence, as it grappled to deal with the student-led movement that has occupied parts of the financial hub for more than three weeks.

Hong Kong,   Hong Kong protest,   Democratic protest,   Umbrella protest,   Anti- Government protest,  Leung Chun-ying ,  
<strong>Typhoon</strong> Vongfong slams into Japan

Typhoon Vongfong slams into Japan

13 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Powerful typhoon Vongfong slammed into Japan on Monday morning, with at least one person missing and dozens injured while more than 300 flights were grounded, officials and local media said.

Typhoon,   Vongfong,   Japan,   Tropical storm,   Heavy rainfall in Japan,  
Toyota recalls Lexus vehicles in <strong>China</strong>

Toyota recalls Lexus vehicles in China

18 Oct 2014

Beijing: Toyota Motor China Investment Co. Ltd. will recall 1,880 imported Lexus vehicles in China due to fuel leakage risks starting from November 14.

Toyota,   recalls vehicle,   Lexus vehicles,   China,   auto,  
Powerful <strong>typhoon</strong> churns towards Japan

Powerful typhoon churns towards Japan

11 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Powerful Typhoon Vongfong churned towards Japan on Saturday, injuring at least a dozen people as it pounded the southern Okinawan islands with ferocious winds and driving rain.

typhoon,   Japan,   Vongfong,   Okinawan islands,   injuries,   rain,  
AAPSU criticizes <strong>China</strong> for objection to Arunachal road

AAPSU criticizes China for objection to Arunachal road

17 Oct 2014

Itanagar: Reacting to China’s objection on India's plan to build road along the McMahon line, All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) on Friday termed it as a self mockery.

AAPSU,   China,   India- China ties,   Arunachal roadlink,   McMahon line,   India-china roadlink,  
<strong>China</strong>, Vietnam pledge to "address and control" maritime disputes

China, Vietnam pledge to "address and control" maritime disputes

17 Oct 2014

Beijing : China and Vietnam have agreed to "address and control" maritime disputes, on Friday, as differences over the potentially energy-rich South China Sea have roiled relations between the two countries and other neighbours.

China,   Chinese Premier,   Li Keqiang,   Vietnam,   Viatnmese Prime Minister,   Nguyan Tan Dung,   Military Ties,   Maritime Disputes ,  

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