Vice Premier Li Keqiang and other senior leaders on Sunday joined lawmakers in panel discussions during the ongoing annual session of the NPC.
The largest water control project in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region is expected to start generating electricity this year, local officials said.
Archaeologists in Northwest China's Shaanxi province said Sunday that one piece of thigh armor and two pieces of upper-body armor dating back 3,000 years may be the oldest pieces of bronze armor ever unearthed in China.
Amid tense territorial disputes, China plans to restructure the country's top oceanic administration to enhance maritime law enforcement and better protect and utilize its marine resources.
China's new yuan-denominated lending stood at 620 billion yuan ($99.52 billion) in February, down 90.7 billion yuan year on year, the central bank said Sunday.
The State Council will begin its seventh restructuring attempt in the past three decades to roll back red tape and reduce administrative intervention in the market and on social issues.
More than 30 officials at ministerial level or higher have been placed under investigation for corruption or crimes of misconduct in office over the past five years, said China's top procurator here Sunday.
China's chief justice Wang Shengjun delivered a report on the work of the Supreme People's Court at a meeting of the annual parliamentary session on Sunday.
China's grain output is likely to hit a record high this year and bring a 10th consecutive year of growth, as the nation steps up efforts to boost agricultural technology and infrastructure, a senior official said.
Government agencies have been tasked with looking into the reform of laojiao, the process of re-education through labor, and the findings may soon be released.
Foreign Minister has rejected accusations that the Chinese government and military are behind cyber attacks on Western websites, calling for "rules and cooperation", instead of a cyber "war".