The committee in May submitted a proposal to the central government that would allow it to approve public service product sectors that Vietnam has not yet regulated in their economic-technical norms and unit prices, including the electric bus routes to be run by VinBus. … [Read more...] about Hanoi considers putting electric buses into service
Police officers of Ngoc Khanh Ward arrived shortly after to cordon off the scene and coordinate with the Ba Dinh District Police and related agencies to investigate the incident and determine the cause of the fall. … [Read more...] about Two dead after fall from Hanoi condo
In Thursday’s press release, the U.S. State Department affirms that the country stands shoulder-to-shoulder with its ASEAN partners to mitigate the current pandemic, and also to strengthen ASEAN’s ability to prevent, detect, and respond to future zoonotic and other infectious disease outbreaks. … [Read more...] about US CDC to open Southeast Asian office in Hanoi: State Dept.
People exchange sorted trash for shampoo and shower gel at a URENCO exchange point in Dong Da District, Hanoi, September 12, 2020. Photo: Ha Thanh / Tuoi Tre After receiving people's garbage, URENCO will do the classification again before transporting it to recycling sites. … [Read more...] about Hanoi people exchange trash for gifts on weekends
The baby was taken to Xanh Pon Hospital in Ba Dinh District by a group of volunteers at around 8:00 pm on July 4, only 30 minutes after being aborted, said Dr. Thai Bang Giang, head of the neonatology department at Xanh Pon. … [Read more...] about Hanoi doctors keep baby alive after 31-week abortion