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Lanson Place unveils revitalised brand for future expansion

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 28 January 2021 – Lanson Place Hospitality Management Limited (“Lanson Place” or the “Company”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wing Tai Properties Limited (HKEx stock code: 369), has launched a refreshed brand repositioning for a new generation of loyal guests as it expands its portfolio of...

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China Dynamics Appoints International Advisors

Accelerates Expansion into Global Market   HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 28 January 2021 – China Dynamics (Holdings) Limited (the “Company”; Stock Code: 476, together with its subsidiaries, collectively “China Dynamics” or the “Group”), a provider of new energy vehicles and technology integrated solutions, has announced its Team of International...

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After Impact Of A Pandemic Year, Overcoming The Second Challenge

By Anjan Roy   The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected India’s GDP to grow by 11.5% in 2021-22. If that happens, India will be the fastest growing among major economies of the world. This would be a good augury for the budget for next fiscal, which is just...

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Will 2021-22 Budget Do Something Concrete To Combat Growing Inequality

  By Nitya Chakraborty   Prime Minister Narendra Modi has mastered the art of promising moon to the distressed Indians. Addressing a meeting in Kolkata to celebrate the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Modi said that “Today the world is seeing India in a new avatar, from...

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Tractors Rally On Republic Day Was A Remarkable Display Of People’s Power

  By Prakash Karat   THE kisan tractor march on Republic Day in Delhi was a remarkable and unique mass action. At no time had the capital of India witnessed such an extraordinary protest which involved over one lakh tractors and tens of thousands of people.  There may have...

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Nitish Kumar Is Having Difficult Times In Bihar Politics These Days

By Arun Srivastava   The self proclaimed disciple of famous socialist leader Ram Manohar Lohia, the Bihar chief minister, Nitish Kumar has preferred to follow in the footsteps of his rightist autocratic friends.   Though the media in Bihar has been behaving like his subservient and dancing to his...

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Time For BJP To Introspect Its Denting Image In Tripura

  By Sagarneel Sinha   It was really a historic moment for BJP on March 3, 2018, when the party — which was hardly even visible in the state just some years ago — was able to dethrone the 25-year-old CPI(M) led Left Front government in Tripura. The saffron...

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Mr. Whatsapp Chat’s Nationalist Collective Gamble

  By Sushil Kutty   Was what happened in Red Fort, Delhi on January 26 comparable to what happened on January 6 in Capitol Hill, Washington DC? In Delhi and in India, it’s being talked of as if the farmers’ protests warped into insurrection and that the fullest punishment...

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Ruling Establishment Is Afraid Of Dissent And Democratic Protests

By Revathi Siva Kumar   Protests do not really seem to win many victories for any side today. Even though the government agreed to finally hold back farm laws for a year and a half, farmers refused to back off on their demand for repeal. Dissenters were convinced that...

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Vietnam Communist Party Congress Begins With High Hopes For Future

  By Amiad Horowitz   HANOI: With only 35 recorded deaths, Vietnam has managed the coronavirus pandemic better than almost any other country on earth. And, unlike other nations, where mass unemployment and recession are the norm, Vietnam’s economy is actually growing. That’s the context in which the week...

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