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China`s newly established National Security Commission headed by President Xi Jinping held its first meeting, drawing up plans to build an integrated command structure
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China on Wednesday targeted a modest 7.5 percent GDP growth in 2014, unchanged from last year, as the government looks to steer the economy onto a more sustainable and balanced path.
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Chinese people would find it easier to take the government to court if a draft amendment to a law over citizens` rights to sue authorities is approved by the Parliament.
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Accusing the BJD government in Odisha of trying to get a new police bill passed in the Assembly without proper public debate, senior Congress leader Niranjan Patnaik on Monday said its provisions are contrary to the recommendation of the NPC.
Last Updated: Monday, July 29, 2013, 21:11
With the aim of reducing its power bill, railways is actively considering setting up captive nuclear power plants to meet the rising demand of energy for train operation.
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Police officers across China are under enormous pressure from the growing load of cases because the force is understaffed, a Chinese lawmaker said during an online interaction.
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China`s single legislative, the National People`s Congress (NPC), is almost the wealthiest in the world with 83 billionaires counted among its delegates, according to a report.
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China on Friday ruled out any changes to its one party rule in favour of multi-party "Western political systems", through an address by a top leader of the ruling Communist Party.
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The session will elect the chairperson and vice chairpersons of the NPC Standing Committee, as well as the country`s president and vice president.
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 17:08
State-run Nuclear Power Corporation (NPC) has decided to soon shut down the two units each of 220 MW at the Kalpakaam nuclear project following tsunami warning issued by Indonesia, according to a business newspaper.
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The Nuclear Power Corporation will
engage international law firms to explain certain clauses of
the recently passed Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill,
for the US.
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