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 Issue: April 17, 2015   (Archive)
Sunday, April 19, 2015   

Two Beijing officials booted for graft (China)
(04-17 21:22)
In the latest case in a sweeping anti-corruption campaign, two officials in Beijing have been removed from their posts for corruption, the local disciplinary watc...   
04-17 21:16 -  Higher US gas prices spark modest inflation in March (Business)
04-17 21:14 -  (Athletics) Gebrselassie aiming for sixth win at 10,000m road run (Sports)
04-17 21:12 -  Two alleged terror suspects killed near Vietnam border (China)
04-17 21:09 -  Greece, creditors to hold more debt talks (Business)
04-17 21:08 -  Britons clueless about Battle of Waterloo (World)
04-17 21:06 -  US woman shot in Karachi ‘devoted to Pakistan’ (World)
04-17 21:05 -  UN says thousands flee fighting in Iraq's Ramadi (World)
04-17 21:03 -  Volkswagen ends management power struggle (Business)
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Sliding our way...
Hong Kong is to get a massive 250-meter-long water slide this summer.
China Business News
Deals barrage launched to pump up spending
More than 10,000 retail outlets, restaurants and malls will take part in a five- week campaign to attract tourists and hopefully boost consumer spending by 20 to 30 percent.

  • Deals barrage launched to pump up spending
  • Sliding our way...
  • Woman with decoy baby arrested over ivory haul
  • Tough times as watch sellers wind up shops

  • More diners turned off by idea of eating shark fin
  • Police take dim view of flashlight
  • Lam to tell Beijing of pan-dem wishes
  • Stop budget madness, radicals urged in Legco

  • Flat-buying frenzy in TST
  • No end in sight as yet to the big party
  • Red-hot investors brush off unease
  • Li warns of slog to keep GDP at 7pc

  • Jakarta calls time on booze in minimarts
  • MH370 search area set to double in size
  • Horror killing rocks France

     Testing time
    A revamped and more competitive Asia Rugby Championship kicks off tomorrow, with the elite division of the 15-a-side competition turned into a tri- nations involving powerhouse Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea.

    Penetrating the public policy smokescreen
    The Council on Smoking and Health and the Food and Health Bureau recently expressed concern over the use of electronic cigarettes. Curiously, both the advocacy group and the government spokesman admitted that the use of e-cigarettes is yet to become widespread and both claimed no specific knowledge on what kind of health hazards these devices pose.

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