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News Archive --- Date:20060305


China

  • Expert calls for strict birth control over rich people in China (17:56, March 05, 2006)
  • PLA deputies to NPC voice resolute opposition to "Taiwan independence" (17:17, March 05, 2006)
  • Obstructers of cross-Straits relations doomed to fail: Chinese Premier (11:28, March 05, 2006)
  • Facts and figures: China's drive to build socialist new countryside (10:23, March 05, 2006)
  • Facts and figures: China's major achievements in 2005 (10:23, March 05, 2006)
  • Facts and figures: China's major targets for 2006 (10:23, March 05, 2006)
  • China pledges elimination of rural compulsory education charges in two years (11:18, March 05, 2006)
  • China to cut energy consumption by 4 percent in 2006 (17:19, March 05, 2006)
  • China to spend 14% more in building "new countryside" (11:43, March 05, 2006)
  • China hikes sci-tech input by 19.2%, jump-starting drive for "innovative country" (11:17, March 05, 2006)
  • China to see 7.5 percent annual growth in next 5 years (11:52, March 05, 2006)
  • China expects 8% growth in 2006: Premier Wen (17:16, March 05, 2006)
  • Annual session of China's legislature begins (09:05, March 05, 2006)
  • China's defense budget to exceed 280 billion yuan (11:24, March 05, 2006)
  • Int'l community denounces Taiwan leader's secessionist move (07:22, March 05, 2006)
  • Overseas Chinese, students denounce Chen Shui-bian's scrapping of unification body (07:16, March 05, 2006)
  • China values military ties with Senegal, says senior PLA officer (07:16, March 05, 2006)
  • Chinese state councilor meets Japanese guests (07:15, March 05, 2006)
  • Top Chinese leaders join panel discussions with political advisors (07:14, March 05, 2006)
  • Mainland "determined and capable" to rein in "Taiwan independence": Jia (07:13, March 05, 2006)
  • DPRK supports China's unification: paper (07:01, March 05, 2006)
  • China's defense budget to increase 14.7% in 2006 (07:00, March 05, 2006)
  • China warns public against bird flu in run-up to parliament session (06:59, March 05, 2006)
  • Macao, Guangdong to set up task forces to solve salinity crisis (06:58, March 05, 2006)
  • SCO secretary-general makes statement against Chen Shui-bian's move (06:58, March 05, 2006)
  • Chinese expert warns of human cases of wild fowl flu (06:57, March 05, 2006)
  • Premier's decade-old overcoat triggers public concern (06:57, March 05, 2006)
  • Chinese lawmaker promotes "edible" toothpick at parliament session (06:56, March 05, 2006)
  • Chinese legislator warns against property speculation (06:55, March 05, 2006)



  • Business

  • China to further tap gold resources (19:02, March 05, 2006)
  • Central China province to promote tourism in next five years (19:02, March 05, 2006)
  • Central China province to speed up rural infrastructure construction (19:01, March 05, 2006)
  • Bangladesh to build more export processing zones (19:01, March 05, 2006)
  • China to build four trunk oil, natural gas pipelines in 5 years (17:20, March 05, 2006)
  • China to gradually increase flexibility of RMB exchange rate: official (17:21, March 05, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe acquires new electrical equipment from China (17:18, March 05, 2006)
  • Zimbabwean gov't releases funds for more jobs (17:18, March 05, 2006)
  • Ukraine to hold public bidding for Black Sea oil, gas exploitation (14:44, March 05, 2006)
  • China to see 7.5% annual growth in next 5 years (11:53, March 05, 2006)
  • China has promoted 925 famous brands  (11:49, March 05, 2006)
  • Nepal to make US$600,000 annual income through carbon sale (11:13, March 05, 2006)
  • China to cut energy consumption by 4 percent in 2006 (17:19, March 05, 2006)
  • Three Board members of China Aviation Oil fined by Singapore court (10:52, March 05, 2006)
  • Shenzhen to invest 22.1 bln yuan in power grid construction (10:51, March 05, 2006)
  • China expects 8 percent growth in 2006, premier says (17:17, March 05, 2006)
  • Avon grabs China's first license for direct sales (08:13, March 05, 2006)
  • Thailand likely to end premium gasoline consumption by 2006 (08:12, March 05, 2006)
  • Thailand seeks way out for trade deadlock amid avian flu (08:12, March 05, 2006)
  • China to build maglev railway from Shanghai to Hangzhou (08:12, March 05, 2006)
  • Tenth east-west China trade fair to open in April (08:10, March 05, 2006)
  • Re-elected Museveni vows to build stronger East Africa integration (08:10, March 05, 2006)
  • Interview: Competition intensifying, HK tries new way to allure investors (08:10, March 05, 2006)
  • S. China region to import coal from Vietnam (08:08, March 05, 2006)
  • E. China city to invest 20 billion yuan in service industry (08:08, March 05, 2006)
  • NW China region to invest heavily in highway construction (08:08, March 05, 2006)
  • Annual inflation rises in Tanzania (08:08, March 05, 2006)
  • Tanzania gets 300 million dollars debt relief from AfDB (08:15, March 05, 2006)
  • South China province to build oil reserves (08:07, March 05, 2006)
  • Private entrepreneurs busy improving management capabilities in E. China province (08:06, March 05, 2006)
  • C. China's leading meat processor Shuanghui up for sale (08:06, March 05, 2006)



  • World

  • Kadima plans further W. Bank disengagement after elections: report (19:44, March 05, 2006)
  • Sri Lankan political parties to probe pact signed with rebels  (19:44, March 05, 2006)
  • Three militants killed in east India (19:07, March 05, 2006)
  • Pakistan halts military operation in Waziristan: minister  (19:06, March 05, 2006)
  • Qurei advises Fatah not to join Hamas-led cabinet (19:06, March 05, 2006)
  • Insurgent sniper shoots dead US soldier north of Baghdad (18:36, March 05, 2006)
  • Tens of thousands protest against US military relocation plan in Japan (18:35, March 05, 2006)
  • PNA rejects Hamas statements on accepting Israel's unilateral steps (18:35, March 05, 2006)
  • Jihad claims responsibility for firing rockets at Israel (17:58, March 05, 2006)
  • Two army men killed in India-controlled Kashmir (17:58, March 05, 2006)
  • S.Korea to start reducing troops in Iraq from April (17:57, March 05, 2006)
  • Four killed in tornado attack in Bangladesh (17:57, March 05, 2006)
  • One killed, three rescued in US power plant fire (17:23, March 05, 2006)
  • Palestinians fire rockets at Israel, no casualties or damage (16:11, March 05, 2006)
  • Three Iraqis killed in Sunni mosque attack in Baghdad (15:34, March 05, 2006)
  • 3 injured in Small bomb blast in Bangladesh (14:45, March 05, 2006)
  • White House acts to stem media leaks (13:44, March 05, 2006)
  • EU rejects Iranian proposal on nuclear enrichment (13:44, March 05, 2006)
  • Uganda's prison escapees join rebels in Congo (13:43, March 05, 2006)
  • Two dead in NZ helicopter crash (13:43, March 05, 2006)
  • S.Korean PM apologizes for playing golf at "inappropriate time" (13:43, March 05, 2006)
  • Australian PM leaves for India (13:46, March 05, 2006)
  • London polce deny investigators access to files on wrongly shot Brazilian (11:24, March 05, 2006)
  • Britain, US planning to withdraw troops from Iraq by early 2007: papers (10:51, March 05, 2006)
  • Rice says no rush to slap sanctions on Iran over nuclear program (10:35, March 05, 2006)
  • Al-Qaida deputy leader calls on Hamas to fight on (10:02, March 05, 2006)
  • Nuclear cooperation, anti-terrorism top Bush's agenda during South Asia tour (08:23, March 05, 2006)
  • French president, Saudi king meet on Mideast issues (07:36, March 05, 2006)
  • Bush phones Putin on Hamas, Iran nuclear issue (07:35, March 05, 2006)
  • Zawahri urges Muslims to attack West (07:37, March 05, 2006)
  • Arab FMs agree to open AL office in Baghdad (07:33, March 05, 2006)
  • Egypt arrests 12 Muslim Brotherhood members: MENA (07:33, March 05, 2006)
  • Pakistani troops kill at least 46 militants near Afghan border (07:32, March 05, 2006)
  • Iran guarantees safety of nuclear power plant (07:32, March 05, 2006)
  • Suspect in killing of young Jewish man extradited to France (07:31, March 05, 2006)
  • Sudan threatens to quit AU if UN takes over peacekeeping mission in Darfur (07:31, March 05, 2006)
  • Arab FMs voice support to Hamas (07:31, March 05, 2006)
  • Chirac urges Iran to renew nuclear dialogue (07:30, March 05, 2006)
  • US seeks 30-day deadline in dispute with Iran: report (07:30, March 05, 2006)
  • Ramzan Kadyrov named Chechen prime minister (07:28, March 05, 2006)
  • Egypt reiterates no H5N1 infections among humans (07:28, March 05, 2006)
  • Iran reiterates willingness to talk but still rejects compromise (07:27, March 05, 2006)
  • Syrian president welcomes national dialogue in Lebanon (07:25, March 05, 2006)
  • Iran not to accept EU's demands of suspending its nuclear research (07:12, March 05, 2006)
  • Roundup: Taliban intensify militancy following Bush's visit to Afghanistan (07:12, March 05, 2006)
  • Villagers attacked by suspected insurgents in southern Thailand (07:11, March 05, 2006)
  • Hamas mulls over next cabinet without Fatah (07:10, March 05, 2006)
  • Man injured in bomb blast in western Turkey (07:10, March 05, 2006)
  • Missing girl's body found under flyover in Singapore (07:11, March 05, 2006)
  • Mbeki promises to fulfill expectations of S. Africans (07:11, March 05, 2006)
  • Fatah urged not to join Hamas-led cabinet (07:10, March 05, 2006)
  • Arab League supports Lebanese national dialogue: chief (07:09, March 05, 2006)
  • 7 security persons killed in central-east India (07:09, March 05, 2006)
  • UN court suspends hearing of Rwandan genocide case (07:07, March 05, 2006)
  • Terrorism won't affect cordial ties between Pakistan, US: Musharraf (07:07, March 05, 2006)
  • Iraqi parl't to hold first session soon - president (07:06, March 05, 2006)
  • Islamic Jihad condemns attack on Nazareth cathedral (07:05, March 05, 2006)
  • Philippine gov't to stay vigilant despite lifting of emergency: spokesman (07:05, March 05, 2006)
  • Philippine govt files sedition charges against hardline opposition paper (07:05, March 05, 2006)
  • Philippine president visits market to check prices (07:04, March 05, 2006)



  • Opinion

  • 'New countryside' has impact on neighbours (08:50, March 05, 2006)
  • Paper hails opening of NPC session (07:19, March 05, 2006)



  • Sports

  • Drug claim hits top athlete in South Africa (19:05, March 05, 2006)
  • Tanzanians to race in Kenya's Safari Rally (15:47, March 05, 2006)
  • Zambia beats Tanzania in African Champions League tie (15:47, March 05, 2006)
  • Chinese cyclists take part in women's World Cup cycling race New Zealand (15:20, March 05, 2006)
  • Uganda calls for AIBA to relax conditions for hosts (14:42, March 05, 2006)
  • Ugandan lifters prepare for Olympic Games (14:43, March 05, 2006)
  • Zambia beats Tanzania 2-0 in African Champions League (09:58, March 05, 2006)
  • Woods leads two-shot at Doral (09:58, March 05, 2006)
  • Kobe becomes youngest NBA player for 16,000 points (09:57, March 05, 2006)
  • Bulgaria takes women's relay silver at European biathlon championship (10:01, March 05, 2006)
  • PSV marches closer to Dutch Eredivisie top title (09:59, March 05, 2006)
  • Hiddink denies coaching deal with Russia (10:00, March 05, 2006)
  • Real's galacticos face day of reckoning (08:37, March 05, 2006)
  • Prospects for the 2006 Formula One season (08:36, March 05, 2006)
  • Germany to win World Cup, statistics show (08:35, March 05, 2006)
  • Middlesbrough beat Birmingham 1-0 (07:59, March 05, 2006)
  • Newcastle beat Bolton 3-1 (07:59, March 05, 2006)
  • West Ham draw Everton 2-2 (07:58, March 05, 2006)
  • Liverpool held goalless by Charlton (07:58, March 05, 2006)
  • Chelsea move a step closer to consecutive league title (07:58, March 05, 2006)
  • Ferguson warns of Chelsea long-term dominance (07:57, March 05, 2006)
  • South Korean golfer triumphs in Malaysian Ladies Open (07:57, March 05, 2006)
  • Giresse named to coach Gabon (07:56, March 05, 2006)
  • Malaysia to hold Asian badminton championship (07:56, March 05, 2006)
  • Mauritania-Europe Friendship semi-marathon held in Dakar (07:56, March 05, 2006)
  • Cypriot athletes to head for Melbourne Commonwealth Games (07:55, March 05, 2006)
  • Zambia appeals for financial aid to host Commonwealth handball tourney (07:55, March 05, 2006)
  • South African fans accused of being bad losers (07:55, March 05, 2006)
  • Nanning to host inaugural Int'l half marathon (07:54, March 05, 2006)
  • Horna, Chela into Acapulco ATP Open (07:54, March 05, 2006)
  • NBA suspends Horry, fines Stackhouse (07:54, March 05, 2006)
  • Isinbayeva misses out on new record (07:54, March 05, 2006)



  • Science & Technology

  • WB to grant US$60 mln for Nepal's higher education plan (11:12, March 05, 2006)
  • China pledges elimination of rural compulsory education charges in two years (11:06, March 05, 2006)
  • China to develop superservers with home-made multi-core processors  (10:37, March 05, 2006)
  • China hikes sci-tech input by 19.2% (10:38, March 05, 2006)
  • Experiment finds that true altruism lies in babies' helping hands (08:50, March 05, 2006)
  • Antarctic ice sheet lost size in past 3 years, NASA says (08:40, March 05, 2006)
  • Moon probe program to boost China's high-tech innovation (07:45, March 05, 2006)
  • Feature: Giant panda to be released to nature after wilderness training (07:46, March 05, 2006)
  • China to delay launch of Shenzhou-7 spacecraft to 2008 (07:45, March 05, 2006)
  • China's "Silicon Valley" to benefit more from high-tech products (07:44, March 05, 2006)
  • Most US rivers polluted by pesticides (07:43, March 05, 2006)
  • China to build maglev railway from Shanghai to Hangzhou (08:03, March 05, 2006)



  • Life

  • China provides better medical service for farmers (18:37, March 05, 2006)
  • New case of H5N1 bird flu virus confirmed in Romania (17:22, March 05, 2006)
  • 1,700-year old tombs excavated in E. China province (14:41, March 05, 2006)
  • Int'l Francophonic Day to be marked in China (14:39, March 05, 2006)
  • China's single children feel lonely?  (11:52, March 05, 2006)
  • China's fragile middle class (11:51, March 05, 2006)
  • China finds Qing Dynasty female mummy  (11:50, March 05, 2006)
  • Ang Lee: a pinch of Tao, a dash of Zen (08:48, March 05, 2006)
  • Nurse killer sentenced to life in prison (08:41, March 05, 2006)
  • Gray Glitter gets 3-year-term for child sex (08:41, March 05, 2006)
  • Young minorities keep old traditions alive (08:42, March 05, 2006)
  • Travel tips to the ancient town of Lijiang (08:42, March 05, 2006)
  • Spain's new chefs turn food into 'poetry and provocation' (08:43, March 05, 2006)
  • Organic products slowly losing their dour whole-grain image (08:43, March 05, 2006)
  • Feast of Naxi culture to mark ethnic festival (08:42, March 05, 2006)
  • Reclusive Barry Bonds stars for free in new TV show (08:39, March 05, 2006)
  • Zambia plants chili to avoid elephant invasion (08:20, March 05, 2006)
  • Experts pinpoint reason of 300 duck deaths in Guangzhou (08:20, March 05, 2006)
  • No avian influenza yet reported in Uganda (08:19, March 05, 2006)
  • China to set up characters museum (08:18, March 05, 2006)
  • Cape Verde takes measures to avert possible bird flu outbreak (08:18, March 05, 2006)
  • Mosquito-borne epidemic kills 93 in French Indian Ocean island (08:18, March 05, 2006)
  • Ghana, US companies sign agreement to boost tourism (08:18, March 05, 2006)
  • Exhibition on first Nobel Peace Prize winner opens in Shanghai (08:17, March 05, 2006)
  • Malaysia plans to build grand book city (08:17, March 05, 2006)
  • Malaysia closes 488 kindergartens to curb spread of disease (08:17, March 05, 2006)
  • Yao Ming, Magic Johnson TV ad launched to fight discrimination against HIV/AIDS patients (08:17, March 05, 2006)
  • Chinese, US NGOs sign memo to cooperate in film copyright protection (08:16, March 05, 2006)



  • Photo

    Ang Lee wins Independent Spirit Awards

    Ang Lee addresses the award presentation ceremony of Independent Spirit Awards March 4, 2006, in Santa Monica, Calif. The cowboy love story "Brokeback Mountain" won best picture and its director Ang Lee was named best director at the Independent Spirit Awards.

    Government to boost rural sector

    Chinese farmers pick tea leaves at a farm in Shaoping County, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, March 4, 2006. The Chinese government will spend 339.7 billion yuan (US$42 billion) to improve the rural sector and help farmers, Premier Wen Jiabao said on Sunday in his annual government work report to the country's top legislature, the National People's Congress. (Newsphoto)

    Lei Feng spirit still alive

    Volunteers of No. 5 Xi'an Public Traffic Company serve at a bus stop in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, on March 4, 2006. Lei Feng, late soldier of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, has been well-known to the Chinese people for his doing good deeds for people without seeking any advantages. March 5 has been designated as a day to learn from Lei Feng in China.

    Chinese sturgeon set free

    Photo taken on March 4, 2006 shows a Chinese sturgeon, to be set free back to the sea, in Wenling, east China's Zhejiang Province. The Chinese sturgeon, high on the list of category A protection of the rare animals in the country, was mistakenly captured by a local fisherman March 3.

    Mastiff show in Beijing

    A woman plays with her mastiff in the Guodu Pet Park in Beijing, capital of China, March 4, 2006. A mastiff show was held in the Guodu Pet Park on March 4, attracting nearly 100 mastiffs.��

    President Hu meets CEs of HK, Macao

    Chinese President Hu Jintao (L) shakes hands with Edmund Ho Hau Wah, chief executive of the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR), prior to the Fourth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress (NPC) of China held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 5, 2006. The Fourth Session of the Tenth NPC opened at the Great Hall of the People on March 5.

    Terrorism won't affect Pakistan-US ties: Musharraf

    Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf meets with U.S. President George W. Bush in Islamabad, March 4. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said Pakistan and the Untied States would continue enjoying cordial relationship despite terrorism incidents.

    Chinese photo exhibition at UN HQ

    United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan visits a Chinese photo exhibition at the UN headquarters in New York March 3, 2006. Works selected from the China Pingyao International Photography Festival were displayed in the Chinese photo exhibition at the UN on March 3.

    Premier Wen delivers report on the work of the government

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao delivers a report on the work of the government to the annual session of the national legislature. The premier is expected to outline this year's targets for economic and social development and make explanations about the draft guidelines of the development plan for 2006-2010. The Fourth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress (NPC) opens at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 5, 2006.

    Annual session of China's legislature begins

    The Fourth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress (NPC) opens at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 5, 2006.

    First press conference for the NPC session

    Jiang Enzhu, spokesman for the press conference on the Fourth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress (NPC), addresses the media at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 4, 2006. The first press conference was held here on Saturday.

    Top Chinese leaders join panel discussions with political advisors

    Chinese President Hu Jintao (R front) and Jia Qinglin (R rear), chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), shake hands with members of the China Democratic League and the China Association for Promoting Democracy who attend the Fourth Session of the Tenth National Committee of the CPPCC, in Beijing March 4, 2006.


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