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THE Perak Indian Chamber of Commerce (PICC) will continue supporting the poor in the community by providing skills training and small loans, Tamil Nesan reported.
Two Chinese New Years saw two sad events, with the passing of sports legends. But the greater sadness was the forgetfulness of Malaysians.
MEXICO CITY: Money managers at one of the best performing emerging-market funds are betting big on Chinese Internet stocks as they forecast another year of outperformance for developing-nation equities.
MUMBAI: India’s biggest companies are tapping deposit-heavy Japanese lenders for long-tenor debt, drawn by the nation’s near-record low yen rates and excess liquidity.
MUMBAI: India has raised import tax on crude and refined palm oil to the highest level in more than a decade, the government said in a statement on Thursday, as the world's biggest edible oil importer tried to support local farmers. Malaysia is a major exporter of palm oil to India.
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel's flag carrier El Al
KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - When British colonial rulers hastily left South Asia at Pakistan's painful birth in 1947, the ensuing chaos and violence meant little attention was paid to the architecture they built or influenced in Pakistan's biggest city, Karachi.
DURBAN (Reuters) - Australia captain Steve Smith won the toss and chose to bat in sunny conditions at Kingsmead on the opening day of the four-test series against South Africa on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Five out of 34 crew members were not on board the luxury yacht linked to businessman Low Taek Jho that was seized by Indonesian authorities, according to a report.
KUALA LUMPUR: Billionaire T. Ananda Krishnan’s Aircel Ltd.filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors, making the phone operator the latest casualty in India’s campaign to go after delinquent borrowers.