Beijing, May 18 (Xinhua-ANI): Japanese government confirmed the DPRK's missile launches on Saturday, saying none of the missiles have landed in Japan's territorial waters, Kyodo news agency reported. South Korea's Yonhap News Agency earlier reported that the DPRK launched three short-range guided missiles into the Sea of Japan on Saturday, citing the country's defense ministry. It is reported ...
The choice of India as the first leg of Li Keqiang's maiden overseas trip as Chinese premier has sent out a clear signal that Beijing's new leadership prioritizes enhancing ties with New Delhi but that "the two nations cannot fully restore mutual trust without resolving the border dispute", Xinhua news agency said in a commentary on Saturday. "The rationale is simple: With China and India being ...
Archaeologists in southern subtropical China have uncovered evidence for the first time that people living in Xincun 5,000 years ago may have practised agriculture -before the arrival of domesticated rice in the region. Current archaeological thinking is that it was the advent of rice cultivation along the Lower Yangtze River that marked the beginning of agriculture in southern China. Poor ...
In a bid to track its wildlife and hunt down poachers, Russia is all set to test unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at a nature reserve on the country's Pacific coast this summer. The drones in question, weigh about two kilogramme each and have a range of 60 km. They would be equipped with inexpensive cameras capable of snapping a shot every two seconds. "UAVs are silent and can fly at a very low ...
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A total of 50 people have died while 14 reported missing due to latest rain and hailstorms that have hit south China, the government statistics said Friday. The worst-hit Guangdong province reported 36 deaths and 10 missing people, reported Xinhua citing authorities related to disaster reduction. In the evening, the National Committee for Disaster Reduction and the Ministry of Civil Affairs ...
China has opposed the European Union's (EU) unilateral decision to incorporate international flights originating from countries outside of the EU into its carbon trading scheme, reported Xinhua. On Thursday, the European Commission, an executive body of the EU, said eight Chinese carriers could face fines totalling 2.4 million euros, or about $3 million, and the two Indian airlines could face ...
India and Japan Friday agreed to further strengthen investment and trade ties by ensuring faster implementation of ongoing projects. Both the countries have agreed to support planned initiatives and projects in this year designed for strengthening business partnership to be organized by Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization ...
The meeting between H.E. Anand Sharma, Minister of Commerce and Industry of India and H.E. Toshimitsu Motegi, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan was held today in Tokyo considered the enhancement of the infrastructure in the region of the Chennai Bangalore Infrastructure Corridor(CBIC). At the meeting, India and Japan acknowledged the progress made in the CBIC project and the ...
India and China will be the biggest investors by 2030, accounting for 38 percent of the global gross investment and almost half of all the world manufacturing investment, says the World Bank. "In the gradual convergence scenario, in 2030, China will save far more than any other developing country - $9 trillion in 2010 dollar terms - with India a distant second at $1.7 trillion, surpassing the ...
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A Taiwanese F-16 fighter jet crashed in waters near Chiayi county Wednesday, according to media reports.
The pilot managed to eject from the craft before it crashed and was later rescued. He suffered minor injuries, reports Xinhua.
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