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Despite China's endeavor to blacklist surrogacy businesses for ethical and medical concerns, the illicit market remains…
02.24 / 08:51
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The trademark of Ivanka has become a hot commodity in China, as the first daughter in USA is gaining rising popularity…
02.24 / 03:06
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Joint cooperation on environmental protection in the past three years between Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province has resulted in significantly improved air quality in the…
02.24 / 02:53
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Air China and Sichuan Airlines will be the first batch of mainland customers to take delivery this year of the A350-a new widebody aircraft produced by Airbus Group SE, and the European group said it is bullish about the country's demand for widebody aircraft, fueled by fast-growing long-haul international r…
02.24 / 02:27
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The number of returnees at professor level has been more than 20 times than that of the total number between 1978 and 2008, forming the biggest overseas returning wave since the founding of the People's Republic of China. • Job fair launched to attract overseas…
02.24 / 02:18
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Students from a boarding school in Xinzhou, a rural area in Central China's Wuhan, make silence seem extra-blessed during their dinner time, absorbing themselves in eating and only…
02.24 / 02:04
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The Education Ministry released a notice on its website on Wednesday, stressing that parents or guardians are not allowed to educate children at home without permission from education…
02.24 / 02:04
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Outside a polling booth in Rae Bareli, Thursday. (Source: Express photo by Vishal Srivastav) OVER the past few months, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has injected a new enthusiasm in the state’s electoral atmosphere. He has expelled many criminals from the party, fought off the family’s old guard, modelled himself as a modern, “development-oriented young man” in a state with deep caste fissures. All …
02.24 / 00:59
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Arvind Subramanian at the Express Adda. (Source: Neeraj Priyadarshi) The large pile up of non-performing assets of state-owned banks is a “very hard” problem and the government has been in some ways little behind the curve, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said. The total bad debts of PSU banks was Rs 4,76,816 crore on March 31, 2016 and is expected to rise. “It is a very hard problem which should not be…
02.24 / 00:53
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Police personnel at Delhi University on Thursday. (Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand) A DAY after the clashes at Delhi University, the street theatre festival at SGTB Khalsa College was “postponed” on Thursday, allegedly because the ABVP-led Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) issued “repeated threats” over the “anti-national themes” of some of the plays. Saikat Ghosh, staff advisor of the theatre society …
02.24 / 00:49
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Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. (Source: Express photo by Pradip Das) THE skill to sense “electoral merit,” was until now considered to be Congress’s speciality. The recent elections in Maharashtra show that BJP has mastered the art to outsmart not only India’s GOP — but all of the Opposition.  The BJP, for the recent elections, had a two-pronged strategy. Fight wherever it is strong. And, wherever …
02.24 / 00:44
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Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam (R)and AICC general secretary Gurudas Kamat. (File photo) Having been wiped out from the city in the 2014 Lok Sabha poll and restricted to just five segments in the subsequent Assembly election, the Congress leadership was banking on the Maharashtra civic election for rebuilding the party’s base.  Instead, stunned by its worst electoral defeat in a civic poll in Mumbai and lo…
02.24 / 00:40
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Pul’s widow has sought the Prime Minister’s intervention in the issue. (Source: PTI/File) Even as the Supreme Court Thursday allowed former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho’s Pul’s widow to withdraw her plea for registration of an FIR and investigation into a note purportedly written by her husband before he committed suicide on August 9 last year, the Centre has decided to adopt a “cautious wait-and-…
02.24 / 00:30
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Clockwise from left: Sreejith, Gurjar, Rather. (Source: PTI photo) THREE ARMY personnel were killed and four injured as militants ambushed an Army convoy in Shopian district of Kashmir early on Thursday morning. A woman was also killed in the crossfire. Army officers said the security personnel may have been “lured” to the area. The soldiers who were killed have been identified as Lance Naik Ghulam Mohiuddin Rat…
02.24 / 00:25
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Shiv Sena activists celebrate over the results of BMC Election results in front of Sena Bhavan in Mumbai on Thursday (PTI Photo by Santosh Hirlekar) Putting his personal stamp on the party’s triumph across Maharashtra Thursday, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis led the BJP as it stormed the Shiv Sena citadel of Mumbai, made giant strides in elections to civic bodies across the state and marginalised the Congress a…
02.24 / 00:07
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BRICS countries should make joint efforts to maintain the openness of global economies and oppose trade protectionism amid worldwide economic sluggishness, China's top diplomat said on…
02.23 / 23:59
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