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Different ways to show paintings, photos to blind people

Museums are making art more inclusive, for people with different needs from blindness to autism, by using technology and tactile elements to give new dimensions to the art.

New Delhi vows free transport for women in what opposition calls a gimmick

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's capital city plans to make its state-run bus and metro network free for women commuters, hoping that higher use of public transport will improve women's safety in one of the world's largest metropolitan areas blighted by gender crime.

India election body struggles with scale of fake information

Rumours and fake images abound on social media days before Indians begin to vote in general elections, and some observers say the Election Commission should have been better prepared.

AAM services relaunched with new partner

PETALING JAYA: The troubled Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) has roped in a new partner to relaunch its services.

Action resumes on the track as young riders go for glory

THE Petronas AAM Malaysian Cub Prix Championship has confirmed its race calendar for the 2019 season, adding a new race location as well as the return of the Sepang Circuit into the Cub Prix calendar.

Sepang to host final leg of Petronas Cub Prix

PETALING JAYA: Sepang International Circuit are back in the calendar for the AAM Malaysia Petronas Cub Prix Championship after a five-year absence.

Socialists the world over

Left-wing politics may be on the retreat but there are still people willing to devote their lives to the cause.

Cub prix rider’s death a big loss to motorsports in Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: The motorsports bodies have expressed their sadness over the loss of Malaysian Cub Prix Championship racer Mohd Hafiz Nor Azman after he was involved in an accident during a race in Dataran Bandar Penawar in Johor on Sunday.

Angry Indian farmers march on parliament to denounce their plight

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Indian farmers and rural workers marched to the Indian parliament in the capital, New Delhi, on Friday in a protest against soaring operating costs and plunging produce prices that have brought misery to many.

As Delhi smog hits 'severe' level, city chief under fire after reports he is abroad

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As pollution in India's capital hit "severe" on the air quality scale on Saturday, the New Delhi chief minister came under fire following reports he had left the city for an overseas family trip.