Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of incursions by Chinese troops on the disputed border during talks with visiting President Xi Jinping, the foreign ministry said Thursday (Sep 18).
Chinese tennis star Li Na is expected to announce her retirement from the sport on Friday (Sep 19), according to reports from China.
The karaoke operator could face regulatory action for not protecting personal data in its possession, security experts say, following the data breach which saw details of more than 317,000 members leaked.
Hurricane Polo formed off Mexico's southwestern coast late Wednesday (Sep 17), threatening to spark floods and mudslides days after another storm wreaked havoc in popular resorts further north.
Amazon.com on Wednesday (Sep 17) expanded its array of tablets and Kindle e-readers, capping its line-up with a new flagship Fire HDX model boasting 'stunning' display and Dolby Atmos sound.
Western governments are facing an uphill battle trying to squeeze the finances of Islamic State militants, as the extremists operate like a "mafia" in territory under their control in Syria and Iraq, experts said Wednesday (Sep 17).
With New Zealand's economy finally humming after successive shocks from the global financial crisis and a devastating 2011 earthquake, Prime Minister John Key's constant refrain ahead of Saturday's (Sep 20) election has been to keep the good times rolling.
Actor Michael Tse, who is best known for playing the gangster Laughing Gor in a popular Hong Kong drama, recently revealed that his 39-year-old wife is about 10 weeks pregnant.
Warner Brothers, the fabled Hollywood studios, plans to eliminate as many as 1,000 jobs, which would be more than 10 per cent of its work force, industry journal Variety reported Wednesday (Sep 17).
Members of the public are welcome to enjoy the National Stadium's running track and stands from now until Sunday, Sep 21.