China faces rising unemployment pressure this year－not only as the number of college graduates is expected to surpass 9 million in 2021, up more than 300,000 year-on-year－but because the number of college graduates who go abroad for further education will substantially drop due to the pandemic, Yao said. … [Read more...] about Growth in Q4 forecast to hit pre-virus rate
'By dissolving the House, Oli has given a blow to the constitution as well as the democratic republic system, which has been established in the country through seven decades of struggle by the people,' Prachanda said, adding: 'Oli met Samant Goel, the chief of R&AW for three hours at his official residence at Baluwatar, without the presence of any second person, which clearly shows Oli's motive.' … [Read more...] about RA&W behind Nepal PM’s decision to dissolve parliament?
As a pro-Trump mob swarmed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, the comparisons drawn to the storming of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council (LegCo) complex on July 1, 2019 were immediate. The two historic moments marked days when protest movements breached the hearts of their respective governments. But that is where the similarities ended. Beyond this superficial level, the differences between the two were numerous. … [Read more...] about Two protests and false parallels
“Many extravagant expenditure was carried out by the Public Works Department by way of demolition and reconstruction, wasting a huge sum of State exchequer when the renovation of Writers’ Building was about to begin,” the CPI(M) leader said. … [Read more...] about Left Front demands white paper on Writers’ Building renovation