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Brazil corruption scandal threatens split in Rousseff coalition

BRASILIA (Reuters) - A widening corruption probe has turned key lawmakers from Brazil's largest party against leftist President Dilma Rousseff, threatening to split her coalition and increasing chances of her impeachment in Congress this year.


Movie-streaming sites claim legal cover with DVD-ownership models

Hollywood studios, which have long patrolled the Internet to stamp out copyright-infringing activity, are grappling with a new gambit to sidestep their usage restrictions: websites claiming that users who own DVDs can stream those movies any which way they want.


Sephora reveals the female beauty startups set to take on the industry

Sephora has revealed the female-driven beauty startups taking part in its first-ever "Sephora Accelerate Cohort."


Going green with effluent

THE ENERGY, Green Technology and Water Ministry is looking at amending the Water Industry Services Act 2006 to allow the National Water Services Commission to carry out sewage effluent recycling.


PAS to announce new opposition bloc next week

KUALA LUMPUR: PAS will announce the formation of a new opposition bloc with an unnamed political party on March 16, says secretary-general Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan.


Grateful for kind hearts on his walk around the world

IF IT were not for the people he had met along the way, Arjun Singh Bhogal would not have persevered in his mission to walk from one end of the world to the other.

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Sabah tourism needs our support

Travel advisories do not reflect the real situation on the ground. Island resorts on east coast are still a popular choice with tourists, says Sabah minister.


Indian guru's festival on Delhi floodplain riles greens, worries police

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian environmentalists are aghast that a huge cultural festival is to be held on the floodplain of Delhi's main river from Friday, warning that the event, and the 3.5 million visitors expected, will devastate the area's biodiversity.


Malaysia draw blank at Blake Park

KUALA LUMPUR: The final Test match between Malaysia and New Zealand at the Blake Park in Tauranga ended in a goalless draw.


Hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot could die before Russia sentences her - lawyer

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Ukrainian pilot held in Russia over the death of two Russian journalists during separatist fighting in eastern Ukraine climbed onto a table and flashed an obscene gesture at a judge at the end of her trial on Wednesday.