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THE Festival of Lights is upon us and the hustle and bustle has started in Little India in Jalan Tengku Kelana, Klang.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California Governor Gavin Newsom called a widespread electricity shutdown triggered by a power company to prevent wildfires "unacceptable", as gale-force winds and dry weather posed a critical fire threat to the north of the state.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - While months of anti-government protests have taken a toll on Hong Kong businesses, from luxury retailers to hotels and restaurants, Keita Lee's pop-up stall is thriving.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong is facing its first recession since the global financial crisis, with little prospect of an immediate recovery as the city confronts its most violent protests in decades.
RAISE your glasses with a loud cheer of “Prost!” at Carlsberg’s Oktoberfest celebrations this year with nationwide promotions, limited-edition merchandise, and free rides to exclusive events and participating outlets throughout October.
"Where’s the best place to hide a body? The second page of a Google search.” The gallows humour shows that people rarely look beyond the first few results of a search, but Lee Griffin isn’t laughing.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hundreds of black clad pro-democracy demonstrators chanted "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times" outside the High Court on Wednesday as a leading activist appeared to appeal a six-year jail sentence for rioting in 2016.
When Eccie Newton and her sister began making fresh salads and sandwiches to deliver to London office workers, their startup company Karma Cans became so popular they soon had to expand – and hit a common roadblock: space.
KUALA LUMPUR: A Bill has been tabled in the Dewan Rakyat to protect food donors from civil liabilities.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will likely present an expanded budget this Friday to temper a weak economic outlook, as it grapples with global recession fears, the protracted US-China trade war and a large debt pile left behind by its predecessors.