11 Jul 2015
Shanghai: More than 865,000 people have been evacuated from China's eastern province of Zhejiang ahead of Saturday's expected landfall of Typhoon Chan-Hom, state news agency said.
30 Jul 2015
United Nations: There will be more Indians than Chinese by 2022 when both Asian giants will have 1.4 billion people each and India's population will grow at a faster pace, according to the UN.A report.
29 Jul 2015
Srinagar: India and China have agreed to open a new Border Personnel Meeting (BPM) point in Chushul area of Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir. "The BPM point is likely to be opened at Chushul on August 15," Defence sources said.
28 Jul 2015
Beijing: China is not planning to build military bases on the Maldives, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, after the Maldives allowed foreigners to own land despite opposition concern the reform could be used for military expansion by China.
12 Jul 2015
Beijing: Typhoon Chan-Hom, which wreaked havoc in parts of China's coast, has weakened as it moved northeast, prompting the country's meteorological authority to downgrade the alert from red to orange today.
27 Jul 2015
Beijing: China kicked off the expansion of the country's oldest Buddhist temple by holding a site-cleansing ceremony at 1,943-year-old Baima Temple in central China's Henan Province.
28 Jul 2015
Washington: It's a relief for the gamers as China has finally decided to scrap its 15-year ban on video game consoles and companies like Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft will now be allowed to manufacture and sell consoles anywhere in the country.
16 Jul 2015
Tokyo: Typhoon Nangka is heading towards Japan's Shikoku island and is expected to make landfall today, with the country's weather agency issuing warnings of heavy rain and galestorms in the area.
17 Jul 2015
Tokyo: Powerful Typhoon Nangka was barrelling towards the Japanese mainland early today after killing at least two people on the island of Shikoku as authorities urged more than 350,000 residents to evacuate.
24 Jul 2015
Beijing: China plans to relax its controversial one-child policy this year to allow all couples to have a second child as the world's most populous nation's earlier move to permit couples from one child families to have a second child drew a limited response, state media reported.