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BANGKOK: Two separate cases in which young Thai men failed to get the reconciliations they desired, and then fatally shot their ex-girlfriends before turning the guns on themselves, have left Thai society perplexed and worried about youths’ response nowadays in the wake of rejection.
In the race to deploy driverless public transport, Singapore has built a mini town that could vault it into pole position.
KOTA KINABALU: Like wild boar, Borneo’s bearded pigs are highly sought after for their meat.
PETALING JAYA: A clear framework on how the Government will achieve the pledges in its election manifesto is necessary, said Suhakam chairman Tan Sri Razali Ismail.
DUBAI/DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar accused Saudi Arabia of "reckless behaviour" that is tearing apart a pro-Western Gulf bloc in the wake of a report that Riyadh threatened military action against Doha in a stand-off between regional powers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The president of Michigan State University, who resigned over a scandal involving a doctor convicted of molesting young female gymnasts, apologised before a U.S. Senate Committee on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Governor Muhammad Ibrahim offered to resign from his post two years into his term, according to people familiar with the matter, who declined to be identified because the discussions are confidential.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian associates of Tariq Ramadan, now in a French jail over a rape investigation, are urging French authorities to speed up his trial, citing his deteriorating health.
A few years ago, Quek Siu Rui huddled with the board of his Singapore start-up to consider whether to sell. Quek was only 26 and the US$100mil (RM397mil) offer would have made him wealthy beyond his dreams. But he said no: He wanted to keep building the business.