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In a vast, empty room, a funeral bier stands empty. An undertaker’s gown is draped over a chair, as though he just left the room.
by Julia Pierrepont III, Gao Shan
JOHOR BARU: Police have arrested six men, believe to be loan sharks, for allegedly extorting three YouTubers here.
For months, designers, models, makeup artists and film crews in India worked to create the fusion of the physical and virtual fashion week, adapting to the virus restrictions.
The epic historical series boasts a budget akin to the award-winning royal drama 'The Crown'.
GEORGE TOWN: Former student Lee Eu Beng was proud to be part of a four-generation legacy studying at Penang Free School.
Unprecedented collapse in air travel cripples industries
SIBU: Sarawak is setting aside a sum of RM250mil to set up an archive for official state records, documents, studies and references, including bringing back those that are still being kept abroad.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): India is battling one of the world's highest coronavirus caseloads, its worst-ever economic slump, shuttered factories, farmer protests and the deadliest border fighting with China in decades. Yet Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears to remain as popular as ever.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Days before his 80th birthday, Brazilian football great Pele told his fans he was happy and healthy and pleased to be reaching the landmark with his lucid mental state.