16 Apr 2014
Shanghai: Dominant Mercedes will look to capitalise on fresh woes at Red Bull and Ferrari and hammer home their championship advantage with a fourth straight win at Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
16 Apr 2014
Beijing: China's economic growth slowed further to 7.4 percent in the first quarter of 2014, showing signs of waning momentum despite reforms, innovation and restructuring by the Chinese leadership to revitalise the world's second largest economy.
14 Apr 2014
Beijing: Top diplomats of India and China on Monday held the sixth round of Strategic Dialogue here, reviewing the status of bilateral relations and exploring new initiatives to deepen the emerging ties.
12 Apr 2014
Munich: German car producer the BMW Group has recalled almost half a million cars with 6-cylinder engines, after realising that a screw in the engine compartment could possibly break and damage the engine in rare cases, a company official said on Friday.
11 Apr 2014
Beijing: In a rare show of camaraderie, naval ships of India, China and Pakistan would take part in joint exercises being organised to celebrate the 65th founding anniversary of the Chinese navy.
10 Apr 2014
Washington: Expressing concern over threats to freedom of expression in China, a bipartisan US Senate resolution on called for greater freedom of press in the country and condemned Chinese actions to suppress it.
08 Apr 2014
Washington: US President Barack Obama has said that Americans are facing competition from India and China and exuded confidence that young Americans can match or exceed anything that they do.
09 Oct 2013
Beijing: Ten people have died after a typhoon slammed into China's east coast, including a family of three who were all killed by electric shocks, state media reported.
06 Apr 2014
Beijing: China has hoped that presidential elections in Afghanistan will mark a new start in the war-ravaged country and termed the elections as "generally smooth".
26 Aug 2013
Beijing: Heavy downpour triggered by Typhoon Trami have left two people dead and affected nearly 2,00,000 in China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the authorities said on Monday.