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A glance at Gajan festival in India

[2012-04-13 10:29]

Devotees offer prayers during the month-long festival in hopes of winning the god's favour.

A different kind of fighting in Iraq

[2012-04-13 08:08]

Iraq is no stranger to battles, but this is not one fought with rifles and rockets: When the bell sounds, trainers release two cockerels, Daqduqa and Sammam, into the ring.

Shanghai's drinking water supply guarded

[2012-04-13 07:42]

Police helicopters and boats have started patrolling a reservoir to protect Shanghai's drinking water supply.

The sign of collective compromise

[2012-04-13 07:21]

A recent collective contract will give more than 100,000 workers in the software industry in Dalian, Liaoning province, a raise, lifting minimum salaries and other work-related benefits.

More travelers from mainland going overseas

[2012-04-13 07:18]

The Chinese mainland is on its way to becoming the largest source of cross-border tourists in the world.

Snowfall hits NE China's Harbin

[2012-04-13 06:42]

A pedestrian walks in snow in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 12, 2012.

1,000 attend US vigil for slain students

[2012-04-13 04:31]

Experts called for enhanced protection of Chinese students overseas.

Heavy rain falls on C China city

[2012-04-12 10:33]

People trek through a flooded street in Changsha, Hunan province on April 11, 2012.

Set to skim the waves

[2012-04-12 07:53]

Visitors give one of the world's largest trimarans, Adastra, a final inspection before she set sail from Zhuhai in Guangdong province on Tuesday. The 42.5-meter super yacht can be controlled from an iPad.

A sector based on good taste

[2012-04-12 07:47]

Chinese caviar's success shows tide is changing in its favor.

Deal to boost mainland tourism to Taiwan

[2012-04-12 07:26]

Residents of 10 more cities will be able to travel individually to island

Yogurt and jelly makers worry about blogs' effects

[2012-04-12 07:24]

Insiders in the yogurt and jelly industries said their businesses may suffer setbacks in the next few weeks as a result of two posts on Sina Weibo.

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