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Three militants killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir gunfight; Covid-19 death toll rises to 9,900 with 343,091 cases
SRINAGAR, India (Xinhua): Three militants were killed on Tuesday (June 16) in a fierce gunfight with government forces in restive Indian-controlled Kashmir, police said.
Bollywood stars joined family members for the funeral Monday of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, whose death aged 34 has sent shock waves through the Indian film industry and rekindled a national debate about mental health.
KUALA LUMPUR: A social protection scheme to help poor Indonesians living in rural areas by giving them cash also reduced deforestation by 30%, researchers said on Friday, fuelling hope that efforts to tackle poverty and protect forests can work in tandem.
JOHOR BARU: The Johor Fire and Rescue Department is urging the public to be mindful of the safety of their home and vehicles before leaving for a holiday now that the ban on interstate travel has been lifted.
PETALING JAYA: An injured dog definitely had its day when it was saved and protected by kind-hearted policemen and brought for treatment by another motorist.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - For doctors and healthcare workers in India's financial capital Mumbai who are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, the onset of the annual monsoon poses a serious threat - a new wave of patients with vector-borne diseases.
GEORGE TOWN: It’s still a slow start for self-service launderettes here, which have been allowed to resume business.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand on Sunday (June 7) reported eight new coronavirus cases and no new deaths, taking its total to 3,112 infections and 58 deaths since the outbreak began in January.
YANGON (Xinhua): Lightning strikes claimed 36 lives with some injured in different areas of Myanmar in the first five months of this year, an official from the Disaster Management Department told Xinhua on Saturday (June 6).
SYDNEY/TAIPEI (Reuters): Airlines, airports and insurers across Asia are bracing for the prospect of unusually high damage as the region's tropical storm season begins, as hundreds of aircraft grounded by the coronavirus pandemic can't be moved easily.