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Hong Kong Open: Saina Nehwal suffers 1st round exit again

Hong Kong Open: Saina Nehwal suffers 1st round exit again

 The dismal run is not yet over for ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal, who has now crashed out of the ongoing Hong Kong Open after suffering a crushing straight-games defeat to China’s Cai Yan Yan in her first-round contest on Wednesday.Currently ranked 9 in the world rankings, Saina has now lost five of her last

Hong Kong Protesters block roads to attend banned march

Hong Kong Protesters block roads to attend banned march

Thousands of protesters have blocked roads in Hong Kong to attend an anti-government march banned by police out of public safety concerns.The march, originally organised by the Civil Human Rights Front, set off from Salisbury Garden in the shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui to the West Kowloon terminus of the high-speed rail link, the

Hong Kong govt attend indoor China National Day ceremony

Hong Kong govt attend indoor China National Day ceremony

China National Day ceremony: Hong Kong government officials on Tuesday safely attended an indoor flag-raising ceremony to mark China’s National Day, away from a crowd who were protesting on the streets of the city plagued by democracy protests since June.The flag-raising ceremony that took place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre where Acting

Hong Kong police fire gun, use water cannon on protesters

Hong Kong police fire gun, use water cannon on protesters

A Hong Kong police officer has fired a gunshot during protests here, the first time a live round has been used since demonstrations broke out in June.Images showed several other officers also pointed guns at protesters who were chasing them with sticks and poles.In another first, police deployed water cannon against protesters on Sunday, the

China warns Canada to stop meddling in Hong Kong

China’s embassy in Ottawa has warned Canada to stop meddling in Hong Kong’s affairs. A spokesman posted a statement on the embassy website on Sunday saying that “the Canadian side should be cautious with its words and deeds.” Canada and the EU issued a joint statement on Saturday saying the right of peaceful assembly is

Hong Kong suspends controversial extradition bill

Hong Kong Lam told a press conference that the project, which could allow China to extradite fugitives from Hong Kong, is temporarily “suspended” to defuse the crisis it has unleashed. The decision comes after a meeting with members of her Executive Council and calls from several supporters of the regulation on Friday for the suspension

Asia Cup: India survive scare, beat Hong Kong by 26 runs

Asia Cup: India survive scare, beat Hong Kong by 26 runs. A 174-run partnership between Hong Kong openers Anshuman Rath and Nizakat Khan gave some mighty scares to the Indian camp and fans, but the Men in Blue fought back to clinch a 26-run win in their Group A match at the Dubai International Stadium here on Tuesday. With the win, India registered their

India U-16 beat Hong Kong to win Jockey Youth Cup

India U-16 beat Hong Kong to win Jockey Youth Cup

HONG KONG: India U-16 were crowned champions of the Jockey Cup International Youth Invitational Football Tournament after defeating hosts Hong Kong 4-2 in the final here today. A brace from Bekey Oram in the first half and goals from Rohit Danu and Lalrokima in the second-half settled the issue for India. This was the India’s third

Hong Kong court denies bail to Romi in multi-million dollar robbery case

Hong Kong court denies bail to Romi in multi-million dollar robbery case. Nabha jailbreak mastermind Ramanjit Singh, alias Romi, was on Friday denied bail in Hong Kong, where he is charged with a multi-million dollar robbery. Romi, who is on Interpol’s global watch list, was detained this month by authorities in the southern Chinese city over the

Varun becomes youngest B`wood actor to feature in Madame Tussauds

Varun Dhawan becomes youngest B`wood actor to feature in Madame Tussauds

Varun Dhawan becomes youngest B`wood actor to feature in Madame Tussauds. After conquering the box-office with hits like ‘Judwaa 2’ and ‘Badrinath ki Dulhania’, actor Varun Dhawan has now become the youngest Bollywood actor to have a wax statue at Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh confirmed the news on his Twitter

Hong Kong Open Super Series title

Sindhu loses in Hong Kong Open title clash

Sindhu loses Hong Kong Open Super Series title . After making her second successive show in the finals, India ace shuttler PV Sindhu yet again failed to lift her first Hong Kong Open Super Series title, as she conceded another defeat from Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei in the women’s singles event, here, on

10 Indian crewmen missing after ship sinks south of Okinawa

Tokyo, Oct 13, At least 10 Indian crew members were missing after their cargo ship sank on Friday some 600 km south of Ishigaki island of Okinawa prefecture, southwestern Japan, the Chinese Consulate-General said.Sixteen of the 26 Indian crew aboard the Hong Kong-registered vessel had been rescued, while 10 others were still missing, said the

PM Modi’s flight movement might be affected due to Typhoon Mawar

PM Modis flight movement might affected due Typhoon Mawar. In the wake of Typhoon Mawar, expected to hit Hong Kong on Sunday, the flagship carrier Cathay Pacific has cancelled about 20 flights, scheduled to arrive or depart Hong Kong on Sunday and Monday. The tropical cyclone is also said to affect Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flight

`Dangal` continues its dream run at Hong Kong box office

Dangal. After breaking several records in India and China, Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan’s sports drama is creating ‘Dangal’ in Hong Kong too.Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to announce that the Nitesh Tiwari-directorial, that released on August 24 in Hong Kong, has crossed 6 milion HKD in less than a week.Based on the

Hong Kong to build one of the longest bridge in world

Hong Kong to build one of the longest bridge in world

The Hong Kong government is building one of the longest bridges in the world which is expected to cost around USD 15 billion, according to a CNN report. The 42-km-long bridge is reportedly being built in an attempt to integrate Chinese mainland with Hong Kong. As per reports, there were tensions between people of Hong

Sharif's disqualification will not affect CPEC: China

Sharif’s disqualification will not affect CPEC: China

China has said that Nawaz Sharif’s disqualification from Pakistan’s premiership will not affect its USD 50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project, amid reports that some of Beijing’s big ticket investments in the country may come under a widening corruption probe. “We believe that the China-Pakistan strategic cooperative partnership will not be affected by the change

Hong Kong maids lured by Islamic State recruiters: report

Hong Kong maids lured by Islamic State recruiters: Report

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android :– Click For IOS Indonesian maids working in Hong Kong are being radicalised by extremists from the Islamic State group, a security think-tank said in a report today. Around 150,000 of the city’s army of domestic helpers are from Indonesia, the world’s

Sensex climbs 73 pts, Nifty tops 9,800-mark

Sensex climbs 73 pts, Nifty tops 9,800-mark

The benchmark Sensex advanced over 73 points and the Nifty reclaimed the 9,800 level as investors looked forward to release of key macroeconomic data due today amid a mixed trend in Asia.The 30-share index went up 73.03 points, or 0.23 per cent, at 31,820.12. The gauge gained 386.45 points in the previous two sessions to

China passes law to block Hong Kong independence

Beijing: China’s top legislative body passed an act on Monday to effectively bar the recently elected lawmakers Yau Wai-ching, and Baggio Leung from taking office in Hong Kongs legislature. A spokesperson of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office issued a statement hailing the adoption of an interpretation of Basic Law of Hong Kong Special

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Hong Kong protest leaders sentenced

Hong Kong: The leaders of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, which saw mass rallies in 2014, were sentenced on Monday.Joshua Wong, 19, who became the teenage face of the protests, was given 80 hours of community service for unlawful assembly. Nathan Law, 23, was sentenced to 120 hours, while Alex Chow, 25, was given a three