|PM stresses application of military science|
|Enhancing the application of military science is an important task in the present context, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.|
Vietnam imported 350,000 tons of fertilizer valued at US$82.6 million in August, bringing the total fertilizer imports to 2.6 million tons worth US$736 million for eight months, the General Department of Vietnam Customs reports.
|Japanese investors raising in Vietnamese real estate|
|Transport plan to 2030 of Ha Noi|
|Japan group eyes rice exports to VN|
|Reviewing the Enterprise Law and Investment Law after one year|
This was noted at the 6th Vietnam - Japan conference about construction coordinated by Ministry of Construction with Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan (MLIT) held in Hanoi on 27 September.
|Vietnam runs for UNESCO chief position|
|Typhoon Nida strengthens, coastal localities put on alert|
|Scientists call on supporting Vietnamese AO victims|
|Saigon plans more crime-busting surveillance cameras|
The official launch of Camelia Homes- the latest real estate product of renowned Malaysia-backed developer Gamuda Land Vietnam- is slated to take place this upcoming weekend (September 24) at 9am at Gamuda Gardens Club in Hanoi-based award-winning integrated township Gamuda Gardens, with special attractive promotions available for early-bird registrations.
|38 Hà Nội buildings lack fire safety standards|
|Mortgaged project list to boost transparency|
|Australian firm eyes degraded apartment blocks in Ho Chi Minh City|
|Circular issued to stipulate number of apartments owned by foreigners|
Nguyen Hoang Thien and Ly Hoang Nam advanced to the semi-finals of the Vietnam F5 Men’s Futures tennis tournament on September 21 in Binh Duong Province.
|Chamber Music concert planned in Danang|
|Big names to join Hanoi film fest|
|Vietnam teen band wins gold prize at Asia Arts Festival|
|Area outlined to preserve revolutionary war relics, promote economy|
East Japan Railway Co. will begin construction within this month of its planned new station on Yamanote Line between Shinagawa and Tamachi stations. The world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma is responsible for the design, while a joint venture of JR East Consultants Co. and JR East Design Corp. will draw the blueprint. A group of contractors Obayashi and Tekken will launch construction works in a full swing early next year in the 13ha-plot in Shinagawa-ku, aiming at tentative inauguration in 2020, followed by full opening in 2024 in line with completion of surrounding developments.
|Domain name transfers await guidelines|
|Low-cost mobile phones disappearing from Vietnamese market|
|CMC Infosec says malware used to attack Noi Bai Airport|
|Sharing experience in Bridge Health Monitoring|
The People’s Committee of northern Ninh Binh province on September 20 held a conference to seek ways to promote the value of the Trang An Landscape Complex, which was recognised by the UNESCO as a World Culture and Natural Heritage in 2015.
|Hòn Đỏ an exhilirating seaside antidote to daily worries|
|Foreign tourists allowed to visit Co To island without permit|
|Hanoi to have tourist rail line|
|Quy Nhon worth a visit|
A girl has spent 3 months living in Ta Xua village in the northern mountain province of Son La to take photos of stunning clouds.
|Sheep field in Ba Ria Vung Tau|
|Wildlife photography exhibition opens in Hanoi|
|10 tallest buildings in Vietnam|
|Director Claude Bourrin links Western and Vietnamese culture|
Cham ethnic people in south central coast Ninh Thuan province will celebrate the Kate festival 2016 from September 29–October 1.
|Vietnamese divas plan Autumn Reunion|
|Amateur singing in Kien Giang province|
|Vietnam Japan Friendship Concert|
|Contemporary artists to perform at Hà Nôi show|