Fireworks will be displayed at 30 locations in Hà Nội on the eve of the Lunar New Year.
Together with achievements gained during the renewal process of the country, belief and religious life have changed dramatically and the right to freedom of belief and religion has been better assured in Vietnam.
The Party and State of Vietnam always give special priorities to implementing socio-economic development policies to improve the material and spiritual life of ethnic minorities in the country. Meanwhile, they are also supported to exercise equal rights, to gradually narrow the development gap among ethnic groups and reach the common development standard of the country.
Six speakers during a talk on public comments on women held by the Center for Studies and Applied Sciences in Gender, Family, Women and Adolescents (CSAGA) on January 19th, suggested that different efforts should be made to prevent bad public comments which may lead to hurt for women.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc visited and presented gifts to residents in An Phu commune, Tuy Hoa city, the central province of Phu Yen, which was hard hit by storm Damrey, during his working visit to the province on January 18th.
The Government Inspectorate of Vietnam and the French Anti-Corruption Agency signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in preventing and fighting corruption in Hanoi on January 15.
The HCMC government has again proposed the Construction Ministry issue a set of national technical criteria for apartments, including the minimum area of commercial apartments at 45 square meters, Thanh Nien newspaper reports.
Vietnam sent 134,751 workers to work abroad in 2017, including 53,340 female workers (accounting for 39.6%), according to the latest data from the Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB) under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
Hundreds of maple trees have been planted on Nguyen Chi Thanh, Lang Ha and Tran Duy Hung streets in Hanoi in the past weeks to increase the capital’s green space.
(VNF) - Meals for workers will be improved, since the Vietnam General Confederation of Labor (VGCL) has decided to make the issue part of the collective bargaining between employers and employees.
Hundreds of thousands are leaving every year as climate change hits the massive delta
The Spring Volunteer Campaign, the 10th of its kind, was officially launched in HCM City yesterday with the participation more than 30,000 local students.
Costa Rica tops Index from UK-based socioeconomic research institution the New Economics Foundation.
Minister of Information and Communications Truong Minh Tuan received Damian Yeo, head of legal and regulatory affairs for Facebook in the Asia Pacific region, in Hanoi on January 11.
Ethnic minority women in Mai Son district, the northern mountainous province of Son La, will be assisted to increase their economic rights under a project funded by the Australian Government.
Around 15,000 people are expected to join the annual Lawrence S. Ting Charity Walk on January 20th in Ho Chi Minh City, the organiser Phu My Hung Development Corporation has announced.
App-based taxi services Uber and Grab have been banned from 13 streets in Hanoi during certain peak hours from today, January 11.