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Army chief to visit forward areas in Arunachal Pradesh

Army chief to visit forward areas in Arunachal Pradesh

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag will visit forward bases along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh this week against the backdrop of incursions by Chinese troops in recent times.

Army Chief,   General Dalbir Singh Suhag,   Arunachal Pradesh,   eastern frontiers,   India-China border ,  
<strong>China</strong> finds Mercedes-Benz guilty of price fixing: Report

China finds Mercedes-Benz guilty of price fixing: Report

20 Aug 2014

SHANGHAI: Germany's Mercedes-Benz has been found guilty of manipulating prices for after-sales services in China, the official Xinhua news agency reported, adding to pressure on foreign carmakers in the world's largest auto market.

Mercedes-Benz,   Mercedes China,   Mercedes sales,   Auto market,   China auto sales,  
Hyundai plans to setup two new car plants in <strong>China</strong>

Hyundai plans to setup two new car plants in China

20 Aug 2014

SEOUL: Hyundai Motor Co plans to remodel a car assembly plant belonging to a Chinese partner, a newspaper reported, a move which could help pave the way for the South Korean automaker to build a separate factory in western China.

Hyundai Motors,   Hyundai cars,   Hyundai assembly plant,   South Korean automaker,   China automobile,  
<strong>China</strong> launches advanced HD Earth observation satellite

China launches advanced HD Earth observation satellite

19 Aug 2014

Beijing: China successfully launched the most advanced high-definition Earth observation satellite on Tuesday, which could clearly show small objects with clarity in color.

China,   Satellite,   China space ventures,   Gaofen-2,   Satellite launched,   ,  
FDI: <strong>China</strong> foreign investment falls sharply in July

FDI: China foreign investment falls sharply in July

18 Aug 2014

Beijing: Amid a crackdown on a host of MNCs over alleged violations of the anti-monopoly laws, foreign investments into China slumped in July by 16.95 percent from a year earlier to USD 7.81 billion, the government said on Monday.

FDI,   China FDI,   MNC,   laws,   foreign investment,   July FDI,   investors,  
Japan issues highest alert over <strong>Typhoon</strong> Halong

Japan issues highest alert over Typhoon Halong

09 Aug 2014

Tokyo: Japan's weather agency today issued its highest alert as Typhoon Halong barreled towards the southwest of the country, warning of heavy rain and strong winds from a storm that has grounded more than 470 flights.

Japan Typhoon,   Typhoon Halong,   Typhoon alert,   Japan storm,   Tokyo Storm,   Mie prefecture Flood alert,   northern Mie evacuation,  
Football team from Brazil may visit India

Football team from Brazil may visit India

18 Aug 2014

Kolkata: This may sound a like a dream to the Indian football fans, but Brazil colts are likely to visit India along with teams from Russia, China and South Africa for the proposed BRICS tournament next year.

Indian football fans,   Brazil colts,   Russia,   China,   South Africa,   BRICS tournament,  
Chinese survey ships seen in Philippine waters: Aquino

Chinese survey ships seen in Philippine waters: Aquino

18 Aug 2014

Manila: Philippine President Benigno Aquino said two Chinese survey vessels had been sighted in a gas-rich area of its exclusive economic zone, raising concerns of heightened tensions in the disputed South China Sea.

Philippine President,   Benigno Aquino,   Chinese survey vessels,   Economic zone,   South China Sea,  
<strong>China</strong> to audit government land income in corruption fight: Newspaper

China to audit government land income in corruption fight: Newspaper

16 Aug 2014

BEIJING: China will conduct a nationwide audit of government land sales and related deals that may shed light on rent-seeking and corruption, reported a newspaper on Saturday.

China,   Audit,   corruption,   Economic observer,   newspaper,  
Thousands join anti-Occupy rally in Hong Kong as democracy fight heats up

Thousands join anti-Occupy rally in Hong Kong as democracy fight heats up

18 Aug 2014

HONG KONG: Tens of thousands gathered in sweltering heat in Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against a pro-democracy campaign that has threatened to shut down the city's financial district, exposing a deepening rift over political reforms in the former British colony.

anti-occupy rally,   Hong Kong,   democracy fight,   protest,   political reforms,   China,   peace,   democracy ,  

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