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"There is a sense of shock in their eyes..."

In Kathmandu, Manesh Shrestha tells me about the chaotic scramble to survive after the quake.

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CNN's Manesh Shrestha describes the scene inside Kathmandu, Nepal, where people continue to search for survivors.
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It's 7:50 in the morning in #Nepal after the quake. A country ravaged, the death toll has risen again to 1,832. 
The next 72 hours will be critical for Nepal, which was jolted by the biggest earthquake since 1934.
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"They are absolutely a threat to watches in general -- the Swatches, Casios, and Nixons." 

Here's "the High Priest of Horology" Ben Clymer on the Apple Watch and the future of luxury wearables.
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"So when you ask if India could compete with China, I don't think that is going to be happening -- not in the next 20 years." 

Is it too early to talk of a race between China and India? Don't miss CNNi's On China, on air NOW.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are two dynamic leaders at the helm of the world's two most populous nations.
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+Namikaze Minato
STUPiD. Judging from your name. you must be Japanese. You know what !. We, Jnese, were also called copy-cats in the past. Why do they not call us copycats any more ? Think.
Oh. Wait ! Why do we still use Chinese characters a lot in our language ? For example. My address is 東京都世田谷区..Look. That's all Chinese. my friend.
Don't forget. We were Chinese a while back.

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On this Earth Day, a look at one of the largest e-waste processing sites in the world.

I talk to photographer Albert Bonsfills about Guiyu, China and the people who take on the work of recycling our tech garbage.

News Stream 8pHKT 1pGMT on CNN International.
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"The only thing worse than no Internet is sloooow Internet." 

I talk to comic Tanmay Bhat about India's fight for #NetNeutrality. 8:35pHKT News Stream 8:35pHKT on CNNi.

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Ciao BETTER SLOW YET THAN NOTHING +nelson lariccia​
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In awe of the selflessness of the aid workers on the ground in Nepal. They too are survivors who need help. But they are making helping others their priority.

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My prayers to the suffering. So tragic are these times in which we live.Be safe.
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India vs China: Which economy offers better investment prospects in the next 10 years?

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CNN's Kristie Lu Stouts asks which economy offers a better investment prospect in the next 10 years.
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+Ayesha khan It is CNN at HK😊
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It's widely anticipated that this year, India could outpace China in terms of economic output.

But is India already surpassing China in space?

That is up for debate in this month's "On China."

#CNN   #China   #India  #On-China #OnChina
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout takes a closer look at the "space race" between India and China with her guests Rangarajan R. Vellamore, Haiyan Wang, and Ananth Krishnan.
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Whole Lotta bs. Who says its a race or even has sides? Sheep maybe lol. People write CNN script along with ABC CBS fox BBC even Russia today do they have sides or confined by borders/countries? I get it tell lies/spread propaganda for some shallow material life but do you at least tell your family/friends the real news lol? 
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Is the world's largest democracy primed to overtake the world's biggest single party state? 

Don't miss #OnChina, today 4:30pHKT on CNNi.

"ON CHINA – India & China" air-times:
Thursday, April 23, 04:30pm 
Friday, April 24, 11:30am
Saturday, April 25, 12:30noon & 11:30pm
Saturday, May 23, 07:30pm
Sunday, May 24, 12:30noon
Monday, May 25, 11:00am
Thursday, May 28, 04:30pm
Friday, May 29, 11:30am
Saturday, May 30, 12:30noon
Saturday, May 30, 11:30pm
*All times are Beijing and Hong Kong Time
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are two dynamic leaders at the helm of the world's two most populous nations.
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India has poor infrastructure, the rebuilding of which is going to absorb a lot of that growth.
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The problem with wearables is you have to wear them. 
Kristie Lu Stout and NewYorker.com's Nicholas Thompson discuss the current state of wearable technology
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Apple fan girl right now. Wearable existed before apple watch and android wear. Fitness band have been around for years and fully qualify to be wearables. And I see them more on women than men. I personally see the Apple watch more a women accessory than unisex. 
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Someone stole his face online and it wasn't considered a crime. 

Here's my conversation with Jon Chambers, a victim of digital identity theft on a mass scale.

Chambers tells me that police advised him to lock himself away from the Internet. He believes that's the wrong advice: "We should protect ourselves by staying online and verifying our reputation," he says.
 
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Ciao HOW can You follow all of your twits messages They send You too! ? Also may be on his Name
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