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PHOTOS: Sandstorm chokes Beijing and northern China
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PHOTOS: Sandstorm chokes Beijing and northern China

A choking sandstorm swept through the alleys and streets of Beijing and much of the northern China, making residents uncomfortable as dark and gray clouds hung over the high-rises in the Chinese capital. IMAGE: The Forbidden City is seen during a sandstorm in Beijing. Photograph: Reuters Many pedestrians in downtown Beijing were seen wearing protective masks as the winds carried sand and dust. Beijing's sky was gloomy and the ground largely deserted. Visibility dipped to a low of a ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Beijing's 'shock' measures seize property market, other cities follow suit

BEIJING (Reuters) - Ji Wei, a recently married photographer in her 20s, fears her plans to sell her Beijing apartment and upgrade to one costing 6.15 million yuan ($891,000) will collapse because of new measures aimed at reining in a soaring property market.
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China wants to host soccer World Cup

IMAGE:  A Chinese fan cheers during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Asian Qualifier. Photograph: Stanley Chou/Getty Images. Chinese President Xi Jinping told FIFA boss Gianni Infantino he hoped the Asian nation could host a World Cup "in the future", the world soccer governing body said on Wednesday, after the two met in Beijing. Xi, an avid soccer fan, has launched an ambitious drive to improve Chinese football from the ground up and spoken of his wish for the country to qualify for ...
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Former Ivory Coast midfielder dies after collapsing in training

IMAGE:  Cheick Tiote. Photograph: Mark Runnacles/Getty Images Former Ivory Coast midfielder Cheick Tiote collapsed and died in training with his Chinese club on Monday, his agent confirmed. "It is with deep sadness that I confirm that my client Cheick Tiote sadly passed away earlier today after collapsing in training with his club Beijing Enterprises,” agent Emanuele Palladino told Sky Sports. Tiote played for English club Newcastle United for seven years before moving to China in ...
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Messi to build brand in China with theme park

IMAGE: Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi poses with young fans as he attends a news conference in Beijing, China on Thursday. Photograph: Reuters Chinese fans will be able to celebrate the achievements of Barcelona soccer great Lionel Messi at a new theme park to be built in Beijing. The Messi Experience Park, which is being launched by the five times world player of the year in collaboration with Chinese broadcaster Phoenix Group and Spanish media company Mediapro, is set to open in 2019 ...
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After his latest missile, what does Kim want?

'Pyongyang's strategy seems to be a cry to be treated as equal with the US and Beijing and this aspiration is premised on equipping itself with weapons as devastating as theirs,' says Rajaram Panda. Days after Moon Jae-in moved to the Blue House as South Korea's president and was yet to fully settle in office, North Korea test-launched a ballistic missile to unsettle Moon despite his advocacy of reconciliation and dialogue with Pyongyang to curb its nuclear ambitions in a clear departure from ...
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India claim 2 medals at World Para Athletics Grand Prix

India claimed a gold and a bronze at the China World Para Athletics Grand Prix being held in Beijing. Ramudri Someshwara Rao won a gold medal in the 200m race and Hokato Sema bagged a bronze in shot put. Both have qualified to represent the country in the IPC Para Athletics World Championships in London later this year. Someswara Rao had become the fastest Indian blade runner in the recently-concluded 17th National Para Athletics Championships at Jaipur. Sema had also won a gold in his event.
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Where Chinese media get India wrong

One thing Beijing must understand is that India is not obsessed with being a threat to China but only wants a rightful place for itself in the world, says Sanjeev Nayyar. There have been several articles in Chinese state-run Global Times, considered as the mouthpiece of the Communist Party of China, this year suggesting that China is making a mistake of comparing the National Democratic Alliance 2 government with previous NDA1, led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and United Progressive Alliance ...
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Sports Shorts: EB's Ali suffers heart attack; Harikrishna loses to Kramnik

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Tuesday IMAGE: EB central defender Anwar Ali. Photograph: Anwar Ali/Facebook Former India international and East Bengal's central defender Anwar Ali suffered a heart attack on Tuesday while returning home after a training session, but is said to be stable now. The central defender was returning from practice when he suffered the heart attack, prompting his teammate Gurwinder Singh to rush him to the hospital on EM Bypass. "He was ...
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Dhaka, Delhi bonded under Beijing's shadow

The Sheikh Hasina-Narendra Modi summit put India-Bangladesh ties on a firmer pitch.Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd) takes stock. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi drove down to the airport to receive Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina -- a rare deviation from protocol. 'And if there is but one PM who deserves such exceptions, surely it's Hasina like none else,' says Brigadier Chatterji. Photograph: Press Information Bureau   India did more than just spread the red carpet for Sheikh Hasina, the ...
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