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Positive cues from China cheer Indian steel companiesRediff.com23 Feb 2021
Positive cues from China - which accounts for 56.5 per cent of global crude steel production - are likely to keep demand-supply in balance and provide support to prices. All eyes have been on China, which opened after New Year holidays, as it was widely expected that prices would recover post-holidays after the weakness in January. Jayanta Roy, senior vice president, ICRA pointed out, barring last year when Covid-related restrictions affected China's steel demand in February 2020, historical trends show a typical upward movement in steel prices post-new year festivities. China's opening post-holidays was keenly awaited, especially in the wake of the sluggishness in the market in January.
China sees over 100 COVID cases for 1st time in over 3 months amid fear of second waveRediff.com29 Jul 2020
Although China still faces the threat of new outbreaks due to local community transmissions or from imported cases, the country's capability to contain the COVID-19 has been honed, thanks to its experience in battling the virus for months.
China's football season finally kicks off amid COVID-19Rediff.com27 Jul 2020
Guangzhou Evergrande began the defence of their Chinese Super League (CSL) title with a 2-0 victory against Shanghai Shenhua as the delayed 2020 campaign, revamped due to the COVID-19 pandemic, finally kicked off over the weekend.
Chinese League players all test negative for COVID-19Rediff.com22 Jul 2020
Players and officials from the 16 participating teams will be confined to their hotel and parts of the stadiums and tests will be conducted once a week during the tournament
Delayed Chinese football league to kick off on July 25Rediff.com1 Jul 2020
The Chinese Super League will kick off on July 25 after a delay of almost five months from its scheduled start, the Chinese Football Association (CFA) said on Wednesday. The league was originally set to start on February 22 but was postponed indefinitely because of the spread of COVID-19, which first emerged in China late last year.
Soccer PHOTOS: Atletico blitz Osasuna; Mainz stun DortmundRediff.com18 Jun 2020
IMAGES from football matches played in the Spain, Germany and Portugal on Wednesday.
Another coronavirus fallout: India's shipping businessRediff.com15 Feb 2020
'The coronavirus impact is much bigger than what the market had predicted. We are helpless and simply watching the market at present. Nothing can be done,' said Anil Devli, chief executive officer (CEO) of Indian National Shipowners' Association (INSA).
Soccer Extras: Newcastle appoint Bruce as managerRediff.com17 Jul 2019
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
The crouching tiger out to conquer the land of the dragonsRediff.com12 Feb 2019
Nasscom and the Chinese government have given the task of creating a matchmaking platform to Zeta-V, set up in June 2017 in Shanghai by Sujit Chatterjee, former CEO of TCS China, and Rangarajan Vellamore, former CEO of Infosys China.
When can we expect a 2nd Trump-Kim summit?Rediff.com18 Jan 2019
'Xi Jinping is keen that the second Trump-Kim summit happens soonest.' 'Kim is reported to have told Xi that he expects to achieve a result from a second summit that the international community would welcome,' points out Dr Rajaram Panda.
FDI: A tale of lofty promises and little elseRediff.com13 Jul 2018
From real estate behemoths to infrastructure majors, from mobile device manufacturers to heavy engineering companies, they all made commitments to the tune of billions of dollars. Unfortunately, the reality has fallen far short.
Why China's realty firms can't invest in IndiaRediff.com18 Jun 2018
Chinese companies who were actively pursuing business opportunities in India have adopted a wait and watch approach following the Chinese government clampdown.
Sports Shorts: Three fresh faces in squash squad for Asian GamesRediff.com9 Jun 2018
A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Saturday
Check out Belgium's squad for FIFA World CupRediff.com4 Jun 2018
Belgium have retained injured Vincent Kompany in their final World Cup squad but put fellow defender Laurent Ciman on standby in case the Manchester City skipper is not fit for their opening match in Russia.
Portugal drop nearly half of Euro-winning squad for World CupRediff.com18 May 2018
Centre forward Eder, who scored the winning goal in the Euro 2016 final against France, was among 10 players from that squad omitted from Santos's list. Other unlucky players included midfielders Andre Gomes and Renato Sanches, forward Nani and defender Eliseu.
China's first home-built aircraft carrier begins sea trialsRediff.com14 May 2018
The 50,000-metric tonne vessel will focus on what a genuine aircraft carrier is supposed to do like conducting combat-ready patrols and safeguarding China's maritime sovereignty and interests, the report said.
Ahead of Trump summit, Kim pays second surprise visit to ChinaRediff.com8 May 2018
Xi-Kim meeting took place amid concern in Beijing that the North Korean leader is getting too close to US sidelining China pointing to its declining importance in the Korean Peninsula peace process.
Guns vs butter at WuhanRediff.com3 May 2018
'Modi's recent decisions to improve India-China relations, adjust India's neighbourhood policies and to rebalance India's ties with the major powers are linked to his political agenda.' 'Of course, the good part is that this agenda is also in the national interest,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar.
Football Briefs: Griezmann treble keeps Atletico on Barca's heelsRediff.com26 Feb 2018
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
At Davos, Modi didn't say what the world wanted to hearRediff.com10 Feb 2018
'The world wants India to succeed. It also worries now that India over-promises and under-delivers,' says Shekhar Gupta.
China launches first domestically-built aircraft carrierRediff.com26 Apr 2017
It is the country's second aircraft carrier, after the Liaoning, and the first to be made domestically.
India loses its edge over China's navyRediff.com2 Apr 2017
With the expected launch of The People's Liberation Army (Navy)'s second aircraft carrier on April 23, China will match India in carrier numbers.
China's new admirals: What it means for the worldRediff.com1 Feb 2017
At a time when Donald Trump is making belligerent noises, Chinese President Xi Jinping responds by overhauling the People's Liberation Army and restructuring the command of the PLA Navy to emphasise Beijing's resolve to dominate the South China Sea.
PHOTOS: The world turns whiteRediff.com12 Jan 2017
Winter photos from across the world.
China's PLA held live drills with 100 ballistic missiles: ReportRediff.com11 Jan 2017
The 2.3 million strong People's Liberation Army, the world's largest, adopts a more aggressive posture with massive structural revamp.
Will Real, Barca, Bayern join tournament to rival Champions League?Rediff.com8 Jul 2016
The group is seeking support in England, Spain, Italy, France and Germany by promising more places in an enlarged tournament and higher revenues from broadcasting rights, Marco Bogarelli, the strategic director of Wanda Sports Holding, the Chinese group's sports arm, told the newspaper.
Haryana's mission to become an investment hotspotRediff.com7 Jul 2016
The state is trying hard to improve ease of doing business by several notches.
Chinese investments in India increased to $870 mn in 2015Rediff.com24 May 2016
Total FDI from China in India so far is about $1.24 billion
Chinese movie mogul's big bet on HaryanaRediff.com29 Jan 2016
He is widely admired for maintaining an almost military like discipline and is not known to smoke or drink
China's richest man to build $10 bn industrial park in IndiaRediff.com22 Jan 2016
Construction on the first phase of the 13 square km park in Haryana state is due to start this year.
Amitabh Kant: An ambitious bureaucrat who wants to make India a biz hotspotRediff.com21 Jan 2016
Amitabh Kant tells Rahul Jacob how India could be made an easier place to do business in and why India's software smarts will give it an edge.
China building second aircraft carrier; planning a thirdRediff.com31 Dec 2015
Amid mounting tensions with the United States in the disputed South China Sea, China on Thursday said it is building a second aircraft carrier and hinted at plans to make a third one to enhance its blue water capabilities.
REWIND: Stunning PHOTOS of the week that wasRediff.com30 Nov 2015
A round-up of our favourite photographs from the week gone by.
That's comfort: Rs 2 crore for KCR's China flightRediff.com3 Sep 2015
The CM is slated to attend the meeting of the 'New Champions 2015' being organised by the Switzerland-based World Economic Forum at Dalian in China.
Meet China's richest man who toppled Jack Ma!Rediff.com20 Aug 2015
At the young age of 15, Wang joined the People's Liberation Army as a guard.
China risk story is far more dangerous than GrexitRediff.com6 Jul 2015
Consequences of China's efforts to stabilise its equity markets after three weeks of declines, which wiped out some 30 per cent of the value is far more importance to the world, says Clyde Russell.
World's top 10 richest self-made billionairesRediff.com17 Jun 2015
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates tops list of the world's top 25 richest self-made billionaires.
Number of poor in China? A whopping 36 million!Rediff.com27 May 2015
China continued to have pockets of poverty despite massive development.
Chinese real estate giant to buy stake in Atletico MadridRediff.com21 Jan 2015
Property giant Dalian Wanda Group Co said on Wednesday it would buy a stake in Spanish soccer champions Atletico Madrid for 45 million euros ($52 million), becoming the first Chinese company to invest in a premier European football club.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma becomes China's richest manRediff.com23 Sep 2014
Wang ranked second on the list this year, with a fortune of 145 billion yuan.