Timeline: Hong Kong protests February, 2019 - Hong Kong submits a proposed extradition bill March 31 - Thousands protest the move April 3 - Carrie Lam's government adds amendments ... that would allow suspects to be extradited to mainland China April 28 - Tens of thousands march on parliament May 11 - Scuffles break out in the legislature May 30 - Hong Kong introduces concessions ... Critics say they are not enough June 12 - Protests turn violent ... Government offices temporarily shut June 15 - Lam delays the proposed law July 1 - Protesters storm the Legislative Council July 21 - "Gangsters" attack train passengers and passers-by Aug.
14 - Clashes occur at the international airport Aug.
More than 20 pro-democracy activists have appeared in a Hong Kong court accused of joining or organising a gathering on June 4 to mark the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre - the gathering was prohibited due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Beijing’s top representative office in Hong Kong said on Saturday that sanctions imposed by Washington on senior Hong Kong and Chinese officials were “clowning actions” that would not frighten or intimidate Chinese people. Olivia Chan reports.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Friday postponed a Sept. 6 election for the city's legislature for a year because of a spike in novel coronavirus cases, dealing a blow to the pro-democracy opposition hoping to make gains in the vote. Soraya Ali reports.
A local court in Gurugram summoned founder of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma over a former employee's complaint seeking a compensation of Rs 2 crore from the Chinese company. Lawyer Atul Ahlawat said, "My client Pushpandra Singh Parmar has filed a civil suit against Jack Ma, the Founder of Alibaba Group, for wrongful termination. He was working as an Associate Director with Alibaba's UC Web Mobile Company. He is seeking a compensation of Rs. 2 crore. The allegations which are contained in the civil suit are very serious and the allegations are of such nature if found true, gives greater importance and shows the modus operandi of the Chinese companies in India and while they're trying to push narrative of their country. They are harming public notion. There are more than 13 crore Indian users of UC browser as per claimed by the company and the fake news or misinformed public opinion is being circulated." He further said, "Gurugram District Court has issued summons to the defendants, including Jack Ma, the Founder of Alibaba Group. Summons are returnable for 29th July. Till date, we have not received any response from the defendants."