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Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, is a special administrative region of China on the eastern side of the Pearl River estuary in southern China.

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Biden, European Commission President agree to coordinate policies on China, Russia
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Biden, European Commission President agree to coordinate policies on China, Russia

US President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Friday in a telephonic conversation agreed to coordinate their policies toward several countries including China and Russia.

Sensex cracks by 441 points, PSU banks and metal stocks dip
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Sensex cracks by 441 points, PSU banks and metal stocks dip

Equity benchmark indices closed nearly 1 per cent lower after a choppy trading session on Friday with PSU bank and metal stocks incurring substantial losses amid weak global cues.

Regular exercise could be an effective strategy to prevent type 2 diabetes: Study
Health

Regular exercise could be an effective strategy to prevent type 2 diabetes: Study

Exercising regularly has many health benefits, but did you know regular physical activity could prove to be an effective strategy to prevent Type 2 diabetes for people residing in relatively polluted regions?

'One country, two systems', other key Hong Kong phrases removed from China's annual political report
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'One country, two systems', other key Hong Kong phrases removed from China's annual political report

Less than a year after China imposed the draconian national security law to curb the pro-democracy movement, the phrases 'one country, two systems', 'Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong' and 'high degree of autonomy' have been removed from a report of Beijing's annual political session, which began on Thursday.

China moves to overhaul Hong Kong's electoral system: Report
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China moves to overhaul Hong Kong's electoral system: Report

Less than a year after imposing the draconian national Security Law, China on Thursday launched a legislative process for drastic electoral system reform in Hong Kong, which could benefit the pro-establishment camp and further smother the political opposition in the city.

Equity indices dip over 1 pc, metal stocks crack
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Equity indices dip over 1 pc, metal stocks crack

Equity benchmark indices fell by over 1 per cent on Thursday as concerns over spike in bond yields rekindled globally.

Equity indices plunge on weak global cues, metal stocks hit badly
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Equity indices plunge on weak global cues, metal stocks hit badly

Equity benchmark indices fell sharply during early hours on Thursday as traders booked profit on weak global cues.

Pashtuns protest at UN headquarters against rights violations in Pakistan
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Pashtuns protest at UN headquarters against rights violations in Pakistan

Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) Europe branch on Tuesday (local time) organised a protest at the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva against gross human rights violations committed by Pakistan Army on innocent Pashtuns.

US will engage China from position of strength, says Blinken
International

US will engage China from position of strength, says Blinken

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday said that the country will engage China from a position of strength, adding it was the biggest geo-political test of the 21st century.

New York Stock Exchange to delist major Chinese oil company on March 9
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New York Stock Exchange to delist major Chinese oil company on March 9

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) will move to delist CNOOC Ltd., the Chinese oil major, to comply with an executive order by former President Donald Trump targeting companies that the previous administration said had links to the Chinese military.

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