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China to build 'Mars village' in Qinghai province

The project, as part of China`s Mars exploration preparation, was approved by experts in Beijing on Thursday, Xinhua news agency reported. BEIJING: China is building a village in its northwest Qinghai province simulating the environmental conditions on Mars. Zee News, 2 weeks ago
Injured snow leopard recovers in China Business Standard, 2 months ago

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'Toilet revolution' begins in China's largest lake

Qinghai Lake is China's largest inland and biggest saltwater lake. Image credit: Pixabay Beijing: A toilet revolution has begun at Qinghai Lake, a famous tourist destination in China's Qinghai province aimed at installing and upgrading toilets in and around ...
 Zee News1 month ago 'Toilet revolution' begins in China's largest lake  Business Standard1 month ago

Tibet's least populated village gets power

A sparsely populated remote township with just 32 residents in Tibet has been connected to the state electricity grid, local officials said.The 15-km-long 10-kilovolt power line, which took five months to complete, is connected to remote Yulmed Township in ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Over 6,000 officials held accountable for environmental damage

China has detained 6,471 officials for causing environmental damage in eight provincial-level regions of the country, officials said today.Inspectors also detained 424 people and imposed 547.6 million yuan (USD 83.3 million) of fines following the fourth ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Xi may not be all powerful

'He still has to deal with party norms and traditions and has been careful to follow the order of seniority,' points out Claude Arpi. Nearly thirty years ago, Belgium-born Simon Leys, one of the best watchers of China, wrote thus about the 'Art of Communist China watching' in the New York Times Book Review: 'Without an ability to decipher non-existent inscriptions written in invisible ink on blank pages, no one should ever dream of analyzing the nature and reality of Chinese Communism. Very ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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