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- National committee set up for educational inspecton
China plans to set up the National Committee for Educational Inspection to monitor the quality of education and ensure basic schooling for every child.
- Farm subsidies to help post-disaster reconstruction
China is allocating billions of farm subsidies in advance to support spring ploughing as part of its post-disaster reconstruction efforts, Xinhua learnt from the Ministry of Finance (MOF) on Thursday.
- Leaders attend Lantern Festival party
Chinese leaders joined noted intellectuals in a party to celebrate the Lantern Festival, the 15th day of the Chinese lunar new year, Thursday night at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
- Farming losing its appeal
The number of Chinese taking up farming fell by more than 80 million between 1996 and 2006, the results of a national agriculture census released online yesterday showed.
- New rules on payouts in IPR cases
The Supreme People's Court (SPC) has ordered courts at all levels to adhere to a "full-compensation" principle when dealing with intellectual property rights (IPR) cases.
- Flood control plans approved for major rivers
The State Council, China's Cabinet, has approved flood control plans for Haihe River, Taihu Lake, Liaohe River and Songhua River.
- Gambling crackdown activities prove fruitful
In gambling crackdowns last year, China uncovered 361,000 gambling cases, arrested 1.13 million gamblers, busted 20,000 gambling rings and confiscated 2.07 billion yuan (US$289 million), the Ministry of Public Security said on Wednesday.
- Crackdown on unwarranted education fees urged
A senior Chinese leader has urged for an intensified crackdown on unwarranted fees imposed by schools to create a clean educational environment.
- China to step up anti-corruption crackdown
The Communist Party of China (CPC) is vowing to put punishment and prevention on equal footing in its battle against official corruption. He Guoqiang, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) head, said at a plenary session of the CCDI.
- Power suppliers given deadline
The country's two major power firms have been told to speed up repair work in snow-hit regions to ensure electricity is restored by the end of next month.
- Officials to be gauged on performances in disaster
The performance of Party officials in China's snow disaster relief and restoration work will be scored and used as gauges for future promotion or dismissal of public posts, said a newly-issued circular.
- Senior leader pinpoints criteria for selecting cadres
Senior Chinese leader Xi Jinping has urged the Party to improve its criteria for selecting and appointing cadres in the process of building the Party in the new era.
- Ministry fights back over 'rail chaos' slur
The Ministry of Railways yesterday responded to criticism from Guo Xiling, a member of the Guangzhou committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, over the improper handling of railways during the snow disaster that hit southern China last month.
- Judge guarantees fair play in all IPR cases
Chinese courts adhere to national treatment principles and abide by international conventions to protect the rights of foreign holders of intellectual property rights, a senior judge told a national conference on IPR-related trials yesterday.
- Measures taken to protect farmers
While the country celebrated the "landmark success" of its grain output of 500 million tons last year, the severe snow in the past weeks has cast a shadow on the harvest this year.
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