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Convicted for links with PLA

A special court in Assam convicted one person for his close association with the banned Peoples’ Liberation Army and sentenced him to 8 years of rigorous imprisonment. 47 more words

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Corbion starts new PLA plant in 2018

In order to further accelerate market acceptance of PLA, Corbion has already sold pre‐marketing volumes of PLA. 374 more words

Is China Really That Dangerous?

(U.S.) DOD (Department of Defense) observes that China’s leaders “portray a strong military as critical to advancing Chinese interests, preventing other countries from taking steps that would damage those interests, and ensuring that China can defend itself and its sovereignty claims.” Which is precisely what U.S. 7 more words

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Walking the Island Board Walk Trail (Part Three)

The next part of our walk brings us to the middle of the Island and Millwall Docks, and the boards provide information into yet another interesting and historic part of the Docks system. 754 more words

Human Life

Urban Plants & Soil as Stormwater Management Workhorses

When high-intensity rainfall events roll through cities, particularly those with combined sewer systems, peak flows increasingly overwhelm grey infrastructure, compromise water quality, and induce sedimentation and erosion. 813 more words

Soil: Properties

Beijing blasts Pentagon report on Chinese military as damaging trust

China condemned the U.S. Defense Department’s annual report on the Chinese military on Sunday, calling it deliberate distortion that has “severely damaged” mutual trust.

In its annual report to Congress on Chinese military activities, the U.S. 397 more words

PLA Essential For Achieving Great Power Status And The "China Dream"

China’s growing military, diplomatic, and economic clout to advance its ambitions to establish regional preeminence and expand its international influence. Chinese leaders have characterized modernization of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) as essential to achieving great power status and what Chinese President Xi Jinping calls the “China Dream” of national rejuvenation, says the latest U.S. 23 more words

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