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MyHSR Corp signs MoU with 8 varsities on academy initiative

KUALA LUMPUR: MyHSR Corporation Sdn Bhd (MyHSR Corp) has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with eight universities, kicking off its first MyHSR Academy aimed at developing talent to fill high-skilled jobs for the Kuala Lumpur -Singapore High Speed Rail (KL-SG HSR).

The scooter-sharing apocalypse is coming

When a cluster of brightly coloured dockless Mobike bicycles suddenly appeared on the street where Paul Strauss lives in the centre of Washington, D.C., he was tempted to go for a ride.

Furious about Brexit, Tusk calls for EU unity from Dublin

DUBLIN (Reuters) - European Council President Donald Tusk confessed he gets furious about Brexit, describing Britain's departure from the EU as very sad on Tuesday as he used a speech in Dublin to call for unity in Europe.

Factbox - Does attorney-client privilege apply to Trump lawyer raid?

(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump has assailed the Monday raid by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents on the New York offices and home of his personal lawyer Michael Cohen, complaining on Twitter on Tuesday that "attorney-client privilege is dead!"

Ruling Polish party ends crash commemorations as support ebbs

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party marked on Tuesday the end of monthly rallies commemorating the 2010 plane crash that killed President Lech Kaczynski, hoping to ease social tensions before a series of elections.

Harvard admissions data can be filed under seal in bias case: judge

BOSTON (Reuters) - Documents related to Harvard University's admissions process may be filed initially under seal in a lawsuit accusing the Ivy League school of discriminating against Asian-American applicants, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday.

How China’s ‘Coke Boy’ became the real thing 10 years after surviving deadly Sichuan earthquake

Survivor of 2008 disaster who told rescuers ‘I want a cold coke’ after being pulled from rubble is now working for soft drinks giant

Airline sponsors students for programme in Melbourne

STAYING true to its role to inspire global talent among youths, AirAsia X has sponsored a group of students for a global talent programme, “Australia Cultural and Technology Exchange (Acute) 2018” in Melbourne University, Australia.

Students go all out to save Malaysia’s natural heritage

AS PART of efforts to raise awareness of the dire needs of Malaysian wildlife, World Wildlife Fund Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia) partnered with Inti International University & Colleges to promote environmental awareness and sustainable living among students.

China-made device boosts Parkinson’s treatment

BEIJING: Nearly 10,000 Chinese patients have received deep brain stimulation surgery since the first China-made brain pacemaker was implanted in a patient’s brain in November 2009.