Xi Jinping calls for upholding Chinese Communist Party leadership as Parliament ends annual session
Xi stressed upholding the leadership of the CPC and the centralised, unified leadership of the CPC Central Committee, the main policy body of the party.
China sets this year's economic growth target at 'around 5%'
Premier Li Keqiang, the top economic official, set this year's growth target at “around 5%” following the end of anti-virus controls that kept millions of people at home and triggered protests.
China poses an 'existential' threat: US lawmakers at first Congressional hearing on China
They also called for an all-out effort within the country and in coordination with its allies to address the challenge posed by the Communist Party-led China successfully.
China orders schools to oppose, resist 'Western views' in legal education
The move is in line with Xi's foreign policy that seeks to challenge and supplant the US-led international order that advocates for multiparty democracy, civil society and human rights.
Naxalites claim security forces carried out aerial shelling in South Bastar; police say attempt to mislead
Chhattisgarh Police, however, said the claim seemed to be an attempt to mislead the local population, and the security forces never compromise on the safety of the local people during their operations
China names its US envoy Qin Gang as new foreign minister
There is a possibility of Qin succeeding 69-year-old Wang as Special Representative for the India-China border mechanism.
'No decision made' as ruling-coalition meeting ends in Nepal
Notably, the discussion was going on at the Prime Minister's residence in Baluwatar to break the ice and seal an agreement on who will lead the government first.
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Philippine communist leader dies at 83
The Philippines' defence ministry said his death could finally lead to an end of violence in the country, calling Sison the "greatest stumbling block" to peace.
Red China blues by Dikotter: an account of the country's developments during Xi Jinping era
The tumultous story of the world’s second-largest economy told through 600 documents from the country’s municipal and provincial archives Manoj Kewalramani
Former President Jiang Zemin, who guided China's rise, dies
Jiang gave up his last official title in 2004 but remained a force behind the scenes in the wrangling that led to the rise of current President Xi Jinping, who took power in 2012.
Chinese university students sent home amid protests
Some universities arranged buses to take students to train stations. They said classes and final exams would be conducted online.
China lockdown protests pause as police flood city streets
Without mentioning the protests, the criticism of Xi or the fire, some local authorities eased restrictions Monday.
Wordplay, blank signs, music: How China is protesting zero-Covid
Here's how many Chinese have attempted to evade censorship to demonstrate their anger and show support for protests.
China protests speak to deep political frustrations against Xi, CCP
People took to the streets across China on Sunday to call for an end to lockdowns and for greater political freedoms, in a wave of widespread protest not seen since pro-democracy rallies in 1989.
China affirms zero-COVID stance, eases rules after protests
The government made no comment on the protests or criticism of Xi, the most widespread display of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades.
Nepal votes in poll coloured by downturn and discontent
Several younger faces are contesting for the first time, up against established parties whose leaders have strode the corridors of power for decades.
China strengthens surveillance network in Tibet, opens data centre in Lhasa
In 2020, CCP declared to build the world's highest-altitude cloud computing data centre in Tibet to "meet the data storage needs of China and South Asian nations like Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan."
China increasingly involved in Nepal's domestic politics
As Nepal heads to polls on November 8th, the CCP looks to take advantage of the willingness of some communist factions in Nepal to deepen diplomatic ties.
World faces tension with China under Xi Jinping's third term
By 2035, the Communist Party wants economic output per person to match a “medium-level developed country,” Xi said in a report to the congress.
Rahul Gandhi asked to vacate official bungalow by April 22
13-year-old girl separated from father over a drawing criticising Russia
'Be ready with relevant files on remission of convicts': SC to Gujarat govt on Bilkis Bano's plea
Internal reservation row: Stones pelted at Yediyurappa's residence
US university agrees to pay USD 14 million to kin of student athlete who died begging for water
Minor girl 'sexually assaulted, murdered' in Kolkata; locals block roads, vandalise police vehicles
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