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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore is set to charge an activist with staging a one-man protest without a permit over an incident in which he held up a sign bearing a crudely drawn smiley face outside a police station.
MANAMA (Reuters) - George Russell was left with mixed feelings after losing out on an almost certain maiden Formula One win on his Mercedes debut in Sunday’s Sakhir Grand Prix.
JOHOR BARU: In normal, pre-pandemic times, a 42-year-old woman here would be busy making trips to various shopping malls and banks across the Causeway just to get her hands on the latest ang pow packets to add to her extensive collection.
PETALING JAYA: One survived a near-drowning incident. Another suffered a food-poisoning episode.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and South Korea's Sungkyunkwan University have created an environmentally friendly sponge from sunflower pollen to tackle water pollution such as marine oil spills.
Blue chips snapped their losing streak on Thursday on some buying of IHH Healthcare and KL Kepong but gloves lost ground amid a weaker broader market though there were some bright spots in the economic outlook.
MEWLA GOPALGARH, India (Reuters) - In a village in northern India engulfed by COVID-19, the sick lie on cots under a tree, glucose drips hanging from a branch. Cows graze all around, while syringes and empty medicine packets are strewn on the ground.
Bursa Malaysia eked out mild gains early Tuesday on some nibbling of oversold counters like F&N after the broad selling the previous day when foreign funds continued to reduce their shareholdings.