Free Press Journal
  • India’s comments will hurt peace: China

    Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said the remarks would disturb peace, which both countries were trying to restore after a military stand-off last year.

  • Doklam handling shows importance of India-China ties: Wang

    Beijing : Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said India and China’s strategic interests outweigh “partial frictions” and handling of the Dokalam standoff through diplomatic means reflects the importance of bilateral ties.

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    Wang to hold talks with top officials during his visit to India

    Beijing : Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will travel to New Delhi to attend the meeting of RIC Foreign Ministers on December 11 and hold talks with top Indian officials, his office announced here today. Wang’s visit would the first high-level trip by a Chinese official to India after the Dokalam standoff.

  • Chinese Gen ends life to escape graft probe

    Zhang Yang, 66, a member of the Central Military Commission – China’s highest military body – hanged himself at his home in Beijing on November 23. The People’s Liberation Army described his suicide as a “bad move to escape punishment.

  • India’s stance wavering on OBOR: China

    Beijing: A day after Russia’s envoy to India said Beijing and New Delhi should resolve their differences on the Belt and Road project, China said on Wednesday that New DElhi’s stand on it appeared to be wavering.

  • Chinese military pledges total loyalty to Xi Jinping

    Beijing: The Chinese military, the world’s largest, has pledged absolute loyalty to President Xi Jinping, further consolidating his hold on power after the recent key Congress of the ruling Communist Party conferred on him a leadership status akin to party founder Mao Zedong.

  • Xi gets his young teammates, no clear hint of heir apparent

    Beijing : China’s ruling Communist Party on Wednesday unveiled its new leadership headed by President Xi Jinping to rule the world’s second largest economy for the next five years with no clear hint of a heir apparent, leaving room for him for an unprecedented third term.

  • Xi in league of China’s greats now, his doctrines go into party statute

    Beijing : President Xi Jinping on Tuesday attained iconic status enjoyed by modern China’s founder chairman Mao Zedong, with his name and ideology enshrined in the constitution of the ruling CPC, as he secured a second five-year term with sights firmly set on an unprecedented third.

  • 440 senior officials of CPC probed for graft: Official

    Beijing : About 440 senior officials of the ruling Communist Party of China have been probed in the last five years in a sweeping anti-corruption campaign launched by President Xi Jinping, a party official said on Thursday.

  • China’s GDP rose to $12 tln in last five years, says Xi

    Beijing : China’s GDP rose from 54 trillion to 80 trillion yuan over the past five years as the Communist giant maintained its rank as the world’s second largest economy and contributed over 30 per cent of the global economic growth, President Xi Jinping said Wednesday. Presenting the work report of his five year tenure to the week-long Congress of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) here, Xi who is set

  • Xi revamps PLA ahead of CPC Congress

    Beijing : Chinese President Xi Jinping has reshuffled the top leadership of the powerful PLA, packing it with a new set of generals, vastly strenghtening his power base in the world’s largest military ahead of the Congress of the ruling Communist party.

  • Trump to ask China to put pressure on Pak on terror

    The U.S. may carry out strikes in Pakistan as part of its new regional strategy for stabilising Afghanistan, its Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said, a day after President Trump announced a change in America’s approach to Pakistan.

  • There was no meeting between Modi, Xi: China

    Beijing : China on Monday said that President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had “no bilateral meeting” on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg, after India had claimed the two leaders discussed “a range of issues”.

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    116 killed or missing as rains create havoc in China

    Beijing: As many as 116 people were either killed or missing in fresh bout of rainstorms in China which has caused havoc, flattening homes, disrupting power and traffic besides triggering evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people, according to official figures released today. Forty-two people were killed and 74 remained missing in torrential rains in central and north areas since yesterday, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.

  • Hopes rise for thaw in ties between Vatican, Beijing

    Beijing: The hopes have risen for a thaw in ties between China and the Vatican under the leadership of President Xi Jinping and Pope Francis, Chinese media reported. The Vatican seems incompatible in many ways with Beijing, the hearts of the Catholic faith and the biggest Communist nation, the country with the smallest population in the world and the country with the largest, the Global Times reported on Friday.

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    China overcoming corruption, says President Xi

    Beijing: China was gaining ground in its fight against corruption, President Xi Jinping asserted on Tuesday. Xi made the remarks at the start of the three-day sixth plenary session of the 18th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Xinhua news agency reported.

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    Obama concedes PM Modi’s point

    Says US is at least partly to blame for the damage that climate change has wrought