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News Archive --- Date:20060306


China

  • Overseas Chinese continue blasting Chen Shui-bian's move towards "Taiwan Independence" (22:28, March 06, 2006)
  • China becomes provider of international "public goods" (22:27, March 06, 2006)
  • 47 revisions made in draft outlines of 11th Five-Year Plan (21:47, March 06, 2006)
  • Trade barriers hinder China's rural development (21:47, March 06, 2006)
  • Senior Chinese leaders join lawmakers, advisors in group discussions (21:26, March 06, 2006)
  • China's shortage of farmland to exceed 6.67 mln ha by 2020 (21:25, March 06, 2006)
  • New five-year plan embodies opportunities and challenges for China's leadership (19:30, March 06, 2006)
  • China, Japan kick off new round of consultation on East China Sea issue (17:06, March 06, 2006)
  • Chinese lawmaker calls for legislation against domestic violence (17:05, March 06, 2006)
  • Congo Ambassador: New AU president will continue to promote China-Africa relations (17:05, March 06, 2006)
  • China's key transport infrastructure projects for 2006-2010 (17:04, March 06, 2006)
  • Parliament's secret ballot system ensures lawmaker's candid voting (17:04, March 06, 2006)
  • China's major high-tech projects planned for 2006-2010 (17:04, March 06, 2006)
  • Feature: A changing Chinese legislature in the eyes of veteran deputies (11:10, March 06, 2006)
  • Lawmaker calls for drafting law to protect rights of landless farmers (11:10, March 06, 2006)
  • China's major projects for new countryside in 2006-2010 (11:10, March 06, 2006)
  • Chinese lawmaker proposes videotaping police interrogation (09:41, March 06, 2006)
  • Tax policy adjustments loom for companies (09:03, March 06, 2006)
  • "Saving society" sees real changes (09:00, March 06, 2006)
  • President calls for scientific development (08:36, March 06, 2006)
  • More short-term T-bonds to be issued (08:58, March 06, 2006)
  • Minister tries to allay bird flu fears after death (08:39, March 06, 2006)
  • Focus on rural areas is big story abroad (08:55, March 06, 2006)
  • Faster urbanization "is needed" (08:50, March 06, 2006)
  • Demands made for charity legislation (08:48, March 06, 2006)
  • China's defence budget set for 14.7% rise (08:54, March 06, 2006)
  • Call for bigger middle-income group (08:42, March 06, 2006)
  • Development focus shifts to rural areas (08:32, March 06, 2006)
  • Fiscal deficit, bond issues to be pruned (08:28, March 06, 2006)
  • Annual Work report highlights (08:21, March 06, 2006)
  • Pencil made from recycled paper sign of "saving society" (08:18, March 06, 2006)
  • Premier pledges prosperity for all  (14:25, March 06, 2006)
  • Suspected death from bird flu confirmed in Guangdong  (08:08, March 06, 2006)
  • Japan expects consultations with China on East China Sea issue, chief negotiator (07:54, March 06, 2006)
  • Overseas Chinese, students denounce Chen Shui-bian's cessation of unification body (07:56, March 06, 2006)
  • Int'l community reiterates support for one-China principle (07:57, March 06, 2006)
  • MoU signed between southwest Chinese city, British Wales (07:59, March 06, 2006)
  • Senior Chinese leaders underline scientific development concept in reviewing gov't work report (08:02, March 06, 2006)
  • Chinese president underlines scientific concept of development (08:56, March 06, 2006)
  • Beijing expected to seize Olympic opportunity: Chinese top advisor  (08:05, March 06, 2006)
  • Writethru: China to see 7.5 percent annual growth in next 5 years (07:51, March 06, 2006)
  • PLA vows to resolutely safeguard China's sovereignty, territorial integrity (07:50, March 06, 2006)
  • China expects 8 percent growth in 2006, premier says (07:49, March 06, 2006)



  • Business

  • HSBC's attributable profit up 2.3% in 2005 (21:16, March 06, 2006)
  • China Netcom added into Hang Seng Index (21:16, March 06, 2006)
  • Poor region benefits from "new socialist countryside" policy (21:16, March 06, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe Tobacco auction floors open in April (21:15, March 06, 2006)
  • Bank of China (Hong Kong) launches personal RMB check service (19:55, March 06, 2006)
  • Sinopec embarks on privatization of 4 A-share listed subsidiaries (19:35, March 06, 2006)
  • China's non-performing loans reduced to all-time low (19:34, March 06, 2006)
  • Tanzania sees no big deficit despite power, food crises (19:34, March 06, 2006)
  • HK's BEA launches CNY current account for individual customers (19:34, March 06, 2006)
  • Indonesia's palm oil production expected to rise in 2006 (19:33, March 06, 2006)
  • S. Korea, US to begin formal FTA talks in June (19:29, March 06, 2006)
  • Some 50 companies to take part in Egypt air exposition (19:28, March 06, 2006)
  • China to raise trade volume in goods to 2.3 trillion dollars by 2010 (19:28, March 06, 2006)
  • 56,774 tons of relief food out in Tanzania last month (17:17, March 06, 2006)
  • On a fast and stable track: China in 2005 (17:16, March 06, 2006)
  • Political advisors take aim at fiscal misuse (16:57, March 06, 2006)
  • Vietnam eyes more foreign investment in electricity (16:58, March 06, 2006)
  • Thailand, China agree to expand bilateral trade (17:01, March 06, 2006)
  • China becomes world largest flower base (16:44, March 06, 2006)
  • China, Australia jointly build Asia's largest gold mine (16:42, March 06, 2006)
  • Angolan expects strong economic growth (15:47, March 06, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe plans to reduce foreign ownership of mines (15:48, March 06, 2006)
  • Transport by Qinghai-Tibet Railway is most expensive (15:49, March 06, 2006)
  • China's first national oil reserve facilities to operate at year end (15:49, March 06, 2006)
  • Footwear giants return to Indonesia (14:32, March 06, 2006)
  • More gas found in Myanmar offshore block (13:03, March 06, 2006)
  • Beijing water price to hike upon completion of water diversion project: minister (11:25, March 06, 2006)
  • Sri Lankan oil deposits bidding to open in July (11:24, March 06, 2006)
  • Poultry sector in Nepal limping to normal  (11:23, March 06, 2006)
  • Facts and figures: China's main targets for 2006-2010 (09:42, March 06, 2006)
  • AT&T buys BellSouth for 67 billion dollars (08:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Amid controversy, China strongly backs home-growm WLAN security technology in competition against Intel (08:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Thailand's exports expected to grow 17.5 percent this year (08:09, March 06, 2006)
  • Britain to give Ghana over 200 million dollars in next three years (08:08, March 06, 2006)
  • Albania's emigrant remittances reach over $1 billion, report says (08:06, March 06, 2006)
  • African Development Bank provides Zanzibar with fund (08:05, March 06, 2006)
  • IMF official to visit Zambia for six countries meeting (08:05, March 06, 2006)
  • Nigeria, Niger to build rail link (08:04, March 06, 2006)
  • Indian PM to participate in G-8 dialogue (08:04, March 06, 2006)



  • World

  • Israel considers working with humanitarian groups for Palestinians (22:29, March 06, 2006)
  • Israel's Kadima attacked by rivals for Omri Sharon's involvement in appointing personnel (22:29, March 06, 2006)
  • Japan, S. Korea hold strategic dialogue (22:28, March 06, 2006)
  • Cambodia, Vietnam sign agreements to strengthen friendship (21:46, March 06, 2006)
  • Anti-Thaksin groups resume demonstration at Sanam Luang (21:46, March 06, 2006)
  • Australia has no intention to sell uranium to India: FM (21:45, March 06, 2006)
  • Fatah lawmakers walk out of Hamas-led Palestinian parl't (21:24, March 06, 2006)
  • Hamas pledges efforts to solve Palestinian prisoner issue (21:24, March 06, 2006)
  • Zuma pleads not guilty of raping (21:19, March 06, 2006)
  • Curfew declared in Pakistani tribal region as clashes continue (21:18, March 06, 2006)
  • Iran will never submit to pressure: president (21:18, March 06, 2006)
  • Chirac calls on Iran to take international responsibilities (21:17, March 06, 2006)
  • Nothing to negotiate on enrichment research, says Iran's envoy (20:23, March 06, 2006)
  • Quartet envoy to visit Palestinian territories: official (20:21, March 06, 2006)
  • Indonesian parliament supports Pertamina to operate Cepu oilfield (20:19, March 06, 2006)
  • Palestinian PM-designate pledges no cabinet ties with private section (20:18, March 06, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe to move motion against EU sanctions (20:18, March 06, 2006)
  • Afghan, US troops capture militants in southeast Afghanistan (20:18, March 06, 2006)
  • UN says poppy cultivation on rise in Afghanistan (19:53, March 06, 2006)
  • Indonesian oil watchdog asked to reject requests of US company (19:54, March 06, 2006)
  • Six car bombs rock Baghdad, killing at least three (19:52, March 06, 2006)
  • SCO to boost cooperation with observers in fighting terror (19:51, March 06, 2006)
  • Sri Lanka gov't ally wants military power to keep LTTE in talks (19:37, March 06, 2006)
  • Kadima shocked by Omri Sharon's involvement in political appointment (19:36, March 06, 2006)
  • Philippine military withdraws soldiers deployed in capital (19:27, March 06, 2006)
  • IAEA chief sees Iran nuclear deal possible in week or so (19:27, March 06, 2006)
  • Fatah armed wing claims responsibility for rockets attack on Israel (19:26, March 06, 2006)
  • Car bomb kills one in northeastern Baghdad (19:26, March 06, 2006)
  • Hamas-dominated PLC holds 2nd session (19:52, March 06, 2006)
  • PNA slams Israel for possible further withdrawal from West Bank (19:25, March 06, 2006)
  • Confrontation on Iran must be avoided, Indian PM (19:25, March 06, 2006)
  • Six killed in militant attack in Central India (19:25, March 06, 2006)
  • Iraqi president to summon first session of new parliament on March 12 (19:24, March 06, 2006)
  • Thai PM reiterates willingness to meet arch-critics  (19:24, March 06, 2006)
  • Roundup: Bangladeshi people celebrate arrest of Islamic extremist group leader (17:08, March 06, 2006)
  • Philippine government open to dialogue with military on restive soldiers (17:02, March 06, 2006)
  • Suicide car bomb injures four in Baghdad (17:07, March 06, 2006)
  • Writethru: Ang Lee wins best director Oscar (15:24, March 06, 2006)
  • NZ PM names new defense force chiefs (14:07, March 06, 2006)
  • Libya appoints new PM, creates seven new ministries in cabinet reshuffle (14:06, March 06, 2006)
  • Vietnamese Communist Party collects comments on party's political report (14:06, March 06, 2006)
  • Cambodia deports US euthanasia advocate (14:06, March 06, 2006)
  • Syria pledges full cooperation in UN probe into Hariri's killing (14:06, March 06, 2006)
  • Thaksin asked to "take rest from political career" (14:05, March 06, 2006)
  • Vietnamese PM arrives in Cambodia for official visit (14:04, March 06, 2006)
  • 444 children killed in decade conflict in Nepal (14:04, March 06, 2006)
  • Kenya struck by serious drought  (11:18, March 06, 2006)
  • Spain's Basque separatists call for strike after prisoner deaths (11:10, March 06, 2006)
  • Top Bangladesh Islamic extremist arrested  (14:07, March 06, 2006)
  • Venezuelan president accuses U.S. of inciting Zulia state separation (11:01, March 06, 2006)
  • Syrian president says Hamas should not recognize Israel (11:00, March 06, 2006)
  • S.Korean president embarks on three African nations trip (11:03, March 06, 2006)
  • US military denies Iraq withdrawal allegations (09:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Teheran warns against UN referral (09:09, March 06, 2006)
  • Okinawa residents protest at US base relocation (09:08, March 06, 2006)
  • Poland identifies H5 for first time (09:07, March 06, 2006)
  • Paris murder suspect extradited (09:02, March 06, 2006)
  • Olmert to seek W. Bank pullout after election (09:06, March 06, 2006)
  • New Orleans mayor moves his election battle to Texas (09:03, March 06, 2006)
  • Bush shows solidarity with Musharraf (09:04, March 06, 2006)
  • News Analysis: Sudan's efforts to shelter Darfur from foreign intervention (08:39, March 06, 2006)
  • Separation fence won't be final border: Olmert (08:38, March 06, 2006)
  • Iran threatens to resume industrial enrichment ahead of IAEA meeting (09:01, March 06, 2006)
  • Hamas ready to form Palestinian gov't even if without Fatah's participation (09:03, March 06, 2006)
  • Putin, Israel's Olmert confer on Hamas visit (08:37, March 06, 2006)
  • Israel says Russia's talks with Hamas a mistake (07:54, March 06, 2006)
  • Over 50 killed in northwestern Pakistan clashes (08:00, March 06, 2006)
  • Roundup: Anti-Thaksin demonstration held in Bangkok (08:34, March 06, 2006)
  • Iran still has chance to defuse nuclear tension: French president (07:58, March 06, 2006)
  • Protest to continue until Thaksin resigns: Dharma Army leader (08:32, March 06, 2006)
  • Anti-Thaksin rally calls for resignation (08:31, March 06, 2006)
  • Thaksin denies knowledge of crisis meeting offer (08:30, March 06, 2006)
  • Chirac urges for dialogue to solve cartoon row (08:29, March 06, 2006)
  • Security tightens at Thaksin's residence and Government House (08:28, March 06, 2006)
  • Turkmen president orders strengthened oversight over heavy industries (08:27, March 06, 2006)
  • Philippines, Russia to sign tourism agreement (08:26, March 06, 2006)
  • Iran warns of resumption of large-scale enrichment if referred (08:00, March 06, 2006)
  • Relatives of Sunni group leader gunned down in Baghdad (08:15, March 06, 2006)
  • Jihad condemns re-detaining its freed members (08:14, March 06, 2006)
  • U.S. military in Iraq denies report about withdrawal (08:14, March 06, 2006)
  • Philippine vice president in Kuwait to appeal for life of Filipino teacher (08:14, March 06, 2006)
  • Hamas finishes cabinet program: spokesman (07:55, March 06, 2006)



  • Opinion

  • Experts interpret government work report  (09:31, March 07, 2006)



  • Sports

  • Nearly 8,000 women participate in Addis Ababa's 5km race (20:21, March 06, 2006)
  • Sunderland sack coach McCarthy (20:21, March 06, 2006)
  • Uganda to host regional basketball championships (16:36, March 06, 2006)
  • Angolan teams ousted from African Cup (16:35, March 06, 2006)
  • Nanning to host international Go chess tourney (16:34, March 06, 2006)
  • Blake wins in Las Vegas tennis (14:09, March 06, 2006)
  • Woods defends his title at Doral (14:09, March 06, 2006)
  • Andrade out of Portugal's World Cup squad with injured knee (14:08, March 06, 2006)
  • Celta beat Osasuna 2-0 in Primera Liga (14:07, March 06, 2006)
  • South Africa gear up for biggest cycling event (08:55, March 06, 2006)
  • Uruguay's Rodriguez wins 35th Routes of America cycle race (08:54, March 06, 2006)
  • Boca push Racing even lower (08:52, March 06, 2006)
  • Blatter criticises World Cup ticketing policy (08:49, March 06, 2006)
  • Refree chief warns players to behave (08:48, March 06, 2006)
  • Manchester City beat Sunderland 2-1 (08:24, March 06, 2006)
  • S. African club team reaches second round of African Champions League (08:23, March 06, 2006)
  • Totenham coach admits his side is lucky (08:22, March 06, 2006)
  • Cup referees ordered to take tough line (08:08, March 06, 2006)
  • Coleman: Arsenal can win Champions League (08:07, March 06, 2006)
  • Eriksson: Real pressure no problem for Becks (08:06, March 06, 2006)
  • I'll never knock Federer off top spot, says Nadal (08:03, March 06, 2006)
  • Fukuoka international cross country results (07:58, March 06, 2006)
  • Chinese women runners dominate Kuala lumpur marathon (07:56, March 06, 2006)
  • Ulmer wins women's World Cup road cycling series (07:55, March 06, 2006)
  • Chinese swimmers impressive at Asia championships (07:54, March 06, 2006)



  • Science & Technology

  • Hwang Woo-suk directly involved in fabrication of paper: report (17:07, March 06, 2006)
  • China to raise education expenditures to 4% of GDP (16:59, March 06, 2006)
  • China to hold 2nd International Cartoon & Animation Festival (16:41, March 06, 2006)
  • Japanese scientists develop new blood test device (09:43, March 06, 2006)
  • Nine satellites rady for blast-off this year (09:08, March 06, 2006)
  • Chinese astronauts set for first space walk in 2008 (09:07, March 06, 2006)



  • Life

  • South Africa celebrates winning Oscar award (21:53, March 06, 2006)
  • HK Hospital Authority enhances measures to prevent avian flu (21:53, March 06, 2006)
  • First case of H5N1 bird flu confirmed in Poland (20:03, March 06, 2006)
  • Macao on high alert over bird flu concern (19:57, March 06, 2006)
  • Singapore to take new measures to prevent bird flu outbreak (19:31, March 06, 2006)
  • Vietnam slashes malaria deaths by 89.5 pct within five years (19:31, March 06, 2006)
  • Sri Lanka to take action against unregistered water sellers (19:30, March 06, 2006)
  • Roundup: HK keeps high alert against avian flu (17:13, March 06, 2006)
  • Local experiments on euthanasia proposed (17:12, March 06, 2006)
  • Cholera claims six in Zimbabwe (17:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Cambodian artists to hold art exhibition in Singapore (17:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Program helps 30,000 cataract patients regain eyesight in SW province (17:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Yellow River in'l tourism festival to be held in C. China city (17:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Long corridor at Beijing's Summer Palace getting face-lift (17:10, March 06, 2006)
  • Zimbabwe, South Africa embark on joint tourism drive (17:10, March 06, 2006)
  • Foreign-language films' path to Oscar (16:40, March 06, 2006)
  • Complete Oscar list (14:41, March 06, 2006)
  • "Crash" wins Oscar best picture  (16:52, March 06, 2006)
  • Ang Lee won Oscar best director (14:19, March 06, 2006)
  • Hoffman, Witherspoon win actor, actress Oscars (14:19, March 06, 2006)
  • King Kong wins visual, sound Oscars (14:19, March 06, 2006)
  • Nepali gov't provides vaccines to children to reduce child mortality (14:20, March 06, 2006)
  • "Brokeback Mountain" wins Oscar for best original score (14:20, March 06, 2006)
  • Penguins tale wins Oscar documentary award (11:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Rachel Weisz wins Oscar for supporting actress  (13:59, March 06, 2006)
  • "Six Shooter" wins Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film (11:12, March 06, 2006)
  • Clooney, King Kong win early Oscars  (11:12, March 06, 2006)
  • Scientists take on sodas as the 'cigarettes' of obesity (08:51, March 06, 2006)
  • Cruise wins award that nobody wants (08:50, March 06, 2006)
  • Number of bird flu cases rises to 11 in Switzerland (08:08, March 06, 2006)
  • South China province articulates measures to prevent new human bird flu infections (08:09, March 06, 2006)
  • Poland confirms presence of H5 bird flu virus in dead swans (08:10, March 06, 2006)
  • HK suspends import live poultry from Guangdong province (08:10, March 06, 2006)
  • Suspected death from bird flu confirmed in South China province (08:11, March 06, 2006)
  • Malaysia considers overhauling exam-oriented educational system (08:14, March 06, 2006)
  • Famous lamasery in northwest China to have price hike (08:15, March 06, 2006)
  • Hong Kong keeps alert against bird flu (08:16, March 06, 2006)
  • Two students died of dengue in northern Malaysia (08:17, March 06, 2006)
  • Drop-in center for women drug users in Nepali capital (08:20, March 06, 2006)
  • Taiwan's birth rate drops to new low (08:20, March 06, 2006)
  • Malaysia targets 100,000 foreign students by 2010 (08:07, March 06, 2006)
  • First case of H5N1 bird flu virus reported in northern Poland (08:23, March 06, 2006)
  • Needle exchange program volunteers awarded prizes in Xinjiang (08:07, March 06, 2006)
  • Chinese legislators call for ban on exposure of students' scores, rankings (08:23, March 06, 2006)



  • Photo

    "Crash" wins three Oscar awards

    Producer of best picture "Crash" Paul Haggis (R) celebrates at the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, March 5, 2006. "Crash" wins awards for best picture, best film editing and original screenplay at the 78th annual Academy Awards .��

    Zhang Ziyi invited to present Oscar award

    Chinese film star Zhang Ziyi walks the red carpet at the 78th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California March 5, 2006. This is the second time Zhang is invited to present Oscar award.

    "Brokeback Mountain" wins Oscar best original score

    Argentinian composer Gustavo Santaolalla poses with his Oscar for best original score for "Brokeback Mountain," at the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, March 5, 2006.

    "Penguins" bags Oscar documentary feature

    "March of the Penguins" producer Yves Dondeau (2nd right), producer Emmanuel Priou (1st left), director Luc Jacquet and (2nd left) and producer Christophe Lioud (1st right) hold their Oscars for documentary feature at the 78th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, March 5, 2006.

    Ang Lee wins best director

    Ang Lee wins best director for "Brokeback Mountain" at the 78th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California March 5, 2006.

    Clooney, Weisz win supporting actor, actress Oscars

    George Clooney, the winner of best supporting actor for his role in thriller "Syriana", addresses the 78th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California March 5, 2006.

    Hoffman, Witherspoon win actor, actress Oscars

    Reese Witherspoon, the winner of best actress in a leading role for her role in "Walk the Line", addresses the 78th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California March 5, 2006.

    Winners of Oscar Awards

    Ang Lee wins best director for "Brokeback Mountain" at the 78th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California March 5, 2006.

    Oscar Awards red carpet gallery

    Best actress nominee Keira Knightley,nominated for "Pride and Prejudice", walks the red carpet at the 78th annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California March 5, 2006.

    Nadal beats Federer for Dubai title

    Rafael Nadal of Spain bites his trophy after defeating Roger Federer of Switzerland in their final match at the Dubai Open tennis tournament in United Arab Emirates on Saturday.

    Top leaders join lawmakers in dicussion

    Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) shakes hands with a deputy from southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region to the Fourth Session of the Tenth National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing on March 5, 2006. Hu attended the group discussion of the Tibetan deputies on March 5.


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