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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is sharply divided over a constitutional change that would allow President Vladimir Putin to extend his rule until 2036, an opinion poll published on Friday has found.
LUCKNOW, India (Reuters) - The top court in India's most populous state ordered authorities on Monday to remove large displays of the names, pictures and addresses of dozens of anti-government protesters, amid fears that they encourage attacks by vigilante mobs.
NEW DELHI: Defending the host who has showered him with pomp and pageantry, President Donald Trump refused to speak out publicly against a controversial new Indian citizenship law pushed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that has sparked deadly protests over discrimination against Muslims.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - India deployed more than 10,000 police and gave a facelift to the former home of independence hero Mahatma Gandhi on Sunday on the eve of a visit by U.S. President Donald Trump, whose two-day trip aims to repair bilateral relations after a trade spat.
BRISBANE: The face of a tormentor kept appearing in unlikely places while England captain Heather Knight was preparing for the ICC Women's Twenty20 World Cup which begins on Friday (Feb 21). Favourites Australia faces hefy challenges from rising England and India.
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - The mayor of Tel Aviv ordered the removal on Friday of highway billboards that appeared to call for the surrender at gunpoint of Palestinian leaders for the sake of peace.
KUANTAN: Legal action will be taken by interest groups here against the policy of imposing Jawi script on business signage.
PETALING JAYA: Star Media Group (SMG) – in its mission to inform, inspire and innovate – has teamed up with Visual Retale to flash daily trending news headlines on gigantic high resolution and state-of-the-art digital outdoor boards at three locations in the Klang Valley.
BEIJING: Chinese authorities have tightened measures to battle the novel coronavirus epidemic as a growing number of people hit the road and return to work after the Spring Festival holiday. Railway stations, airports and highways have all joined the campaign to protect passengers and contain the spread of the epidemic while ensuring smooth traffic flow.