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THREE students have won a grand prize worth RM100,000 for coming up with an online business model.
A GROUP of students have designed an urban farming system to encourage more people to plant their own produce.
DUBAI (Reuters) -A hardline victory in Iran's presidential election has tilted the domestic balance of power towards the country's anti-Western clergy and away from officials chosen by popular vote, a shift Tehran may one day seek to make permanent, six analysts who follow the Islamic Republic's politics say.
CHINESE educationist groups and educators have urged the government to look into the shortage of teachers for vernacular schools, including Tamil schools, in the
PETALING JAYA: The Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) 2020 examinations saw an improvement in the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
PETALING JAYA: Medical students are anxious about the lack of job security and career progression in the field following the “Hartal Doktor Kontrak” (Contract Doctors’ Strike) movement.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan has stoked fears of an exodus of Afghans and a repeat of Europe's 2015/16 migration crisis, when more than a million people from the Middle East fled to the continent and resettled there.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Friday it would release 30 million pounds ($41 million) of aid to support nations neighbouring Afghanistan dealing with refugees fleeing the country since the Taliban took control.
PETALING JAYA: Beginning next year, housewives and stay-at-home dads below 55 will be protected by the proposed Social Security Organisation’s (Socso) Housewife Social Safety Scheme (SKSSR), says Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.
NEW YORK (Reuters): President Joe Biden will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sept 11 attacks on the United States on Saturday by visiting each of the sites where hijacked planes crashed in 2001, seeking to honour the victims of the devastating assault.