September 25, 2020 10:08 (IST)
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Donald Trump offers to help in resolving India-China dispute

Washington/UNI: US President Donald Trump on Thursday again said that the United States would very much like to help India and China reconcile their border dispute.

Facebook removes 150 fake accounts run from China

San Francisco: Social media giant Facebook has removed over 150 fake accounts which were allegedly run by China.

Imran Khan govt wants to make Gilgit-Baltistan a province to save CPEC: Mirza

Geneva: Political activist from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK)  Amjad Mirza has said Pakistan is forced to make occupied Gilgit-Baltistan region as its fifth province as the multi-billion dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, which is passing through the area, is in the doldrums.

Every foreign journalist in China is under surveillance, claims Aussie journalist Matthew Carney

A senior Australian reporter has claimed that all foreign scribes are put under surveillance in China.

Global Times Editorial: Taiwan responds to China's warning

Taipei: Taiwan recently responded to China's threat to 'set off war' after Beijing was recently irked by the visit of a US State Department official to the region.

A lot to learn from China on development, poverty alleviation: Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Islamabad/UNI: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said that his country has a lot to learn from People's Republic of China(PRC) as far as economic development and poverty alleviation is concerned.

China-backed hackers broke into 100 firms, agencies: US Justice Department

Washington: The US Department of Justice recently said a group of hackers, who are associated with China’s main intelligence service, infiltrated more than 100 companies and organizations around the world to steal intelligence.

Five people injured in stabbing attack near Kindergarten in Southeastern China: Reports

Beijing/Sputnik: Five people were injured as a result of a stabbing attack near a kindergarten in the port city of Guangzhou in China's southeastern province of Guangdong, national media reported on Monday.

No regime suppresses faith like the CPC does, says US

Washington/UNI: US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo on Monday said that China's incumbent Chinese Communist Party(CCP) has the worst track record when it comes to freedom of religion, especially disallowing their Muslim minorities from practising their faith.

China constructs nine buildings on Nepali territory

China is continuing its aggressive stance and it has now constructed nine buildings on the Nepali territory, media reports said.

Taiwan scrambles fighters to repulse Chinese jets

Taipei/UNI: For the second consecutive day on Saturday, Taiwanese fighter jets scrambled as Chinese military aircraft crossed the sensitive midline of the Taiwan Strait and intruded Taiwan's air defence identification zone off its southwest coast.

US agency releases advisory on activities of China's Ministry of State Security

New York: Amid reports of snooping by Chinese firms, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has released an advisory on the activities of China's Ministry of State Security (MSS) and its associated agencies and contractors, media reports said.

H&M joins global clamour in ending alleged human rights abuses in China's Xinjiang

Stockholm: Swedish clothing icon H&M has said it will not buy raw materials from China's Xinjiang region as it suspected the use of 'forced labour'.

Zhenhua data leak: Collection of info on New Zealanders by Chinese firm may hit nation's security, warns Kiwi Minister

Wellington: After India, New Zealand has warned that collection of information on New Zealanders by a Chinese company could hit national security of the nation.

Kin of Covid-19 victims accuse Chinese authorities of blocking lawsuits alleging mishandling of the pandemic: Report

Wuhan/IBNS: Several people in Wuhan, the capital city of China’s Hubei province, where the coronavirus first surfaced in December last year, want to sue the local administration for the death of their kin due to mishandling of the health emergency but have found their lawsuits abruptly rejected, face official intimidation and their lawyers pressurised to withdraw from such cases, said an AFP report.