China offers vaccines under development to Beijing workers
The expanded voluntary inoculation may offer solace to workers facing growing risk as a potential second wave emerges in Beijing. It also puts to test CNBG’s experimental shots amid a global race to find a successful vaccine to the deadly pathogen.
Smog causes an estimated 49,000 deaths in Beijing, Shanghai in 2020: Tracker
The economic impact was calculated by estimating factors like wo...
India-china standoff: We’re concerned by Beijing’s behavior, says Mike Pompeo
We’re concerned by Beijing’s behavior. And we’re not the only o...
View: India has several trump cards it can use if Beijing reneges — yet again
If Chinese companies are gradually shut out of India, China will take a hit.
Beijing coronavirus outbreak has been contained, says top China expert
While schools have been closed and travel tightened, an across-theboard lockdown has not yet been enacted. Such a move would risk undoing some of China's economic re-opening and undermine confidence in the government's ability to handle the pandemic.
India-China clash: What the world can do to change Beijing's belligerent behaviour
The stand-off along the Line of Actual Control is symptomatic of a consistently declining and aggressive behaviour by China towards many of ...
India has not joined China bashing game: Beijing
In an opinion piece published on Monday, the daily said India is seemingly not as hostile to China as the US and Australia. It suggested, however, that it is now up to India to decide how it will handle its relations with China and the US amid reports of US firms trying to shift base to India from China.
China stocks post weekly gains on upbeat data, Beijing's reforms
China's stock market will be closed on Thursday and Friday for the Dragon Boat Festival.
Food delivery man may be Beijing's coronavirus new super spreader
China's health authority on Tuesday reported 29 newly confirmed Covid-19 cases, including 13 in the capital Beijing where 249 virus-affected people are undergoing treatment.
What is China doing to stop Beijing's new coronavirus outbreak?
Until the new outbreak, most of China's recent cases were nationals returning from abroad as COVID-19 spread globally, and the government had all but declared victory against the disease.
Beijing puts fresh curbs to stop spread of coronavirus out of Chinese capital
Beijing marked more neighbourhoods as medium-risk areas late on Monday, taking the total to 22. Medium-risk areas are required to take strict measures to prevent the potential entry of infection.
Building capacity at LAC to counter an aggressive Beijing
From aggressive behaviour -- as a tool to hit back at USA and other powers since pandemic -- to economic slowdown at home, to rise in nationalism, to Delhi reasserting claims over Aksai Chin, the reasons for recent incursions by PLA in Ladakh could be multiple. But what is important is Beijing trying to convey that it will not accept India’s rightful claim along LAC even as it tries to avoid early demarcation of LAC.
China stocks end week higher as Beijing pledges reforms, liquidity support
The Shanghai Composite index closed up 0.96 per cent at 2,967.63, while the blue-chip CSI300 index ended 1.34 per cent higher.
Parts of Beijing locked down as virus outbreak gathers fresh pace
The outbreak came after China had largely brought coronavirus under control following its emergence in a central Chinese city late last year, highlighting the enduring dangers for the rest of the world about a second wave of the pandemic.
TikTok distances from Beijing in response to India app ban
TikTok, which is not available in China, is owned by China's ByteDance but has sought to distance itself from its Chinese roots to appeal to a global audience. Along with 58 other Chinese apps, including Tencent Holdings Ltd's WeChat and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's UC Browser, it was banned in India this week following a border clash with China.
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