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Hanoi: Card games and karaoke help migrant workers pass the time on the cramped houseboats of Hanoi’s Red River, swapping their privacy to eke out a living selling fruit for a few dollars a day.
JOHOR BARU: Parents are taking greater care to save for their children’s educational needs by opening accounts under the National Education Savings Scheme (SSPN).
THE Malaysian International Exhibition of Food, Drinks, Hotel, Restaurant and Foodservice Equipment, Supplies, Services and Related Technology returns for its 15th edition with greater networking and business opportunities for both exhibitors and trade visitors.
SOME 600 players took part in the Seventh Moh Kee Cup Badminton Open Championship at the Manjung Badminton Arena.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India axed struggling opener KL Rahul and handed Rohit Sharma a chance to revive his stop-start test career after selecting the limited-overs stalwart for next month's three-match series against South Africa.
HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's former president, Robert Mugabe, will be buried at a private ceremony at a date still to be decided, his family said on Thursday, in an embarrassment for his successor who wants him interred at a national shrine on Sunday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - From wanting to quit tennis a decade ago to making a dream Grand Slam debut against Roger Federer at the U.S. Open last month, Sumit Nagal calls himself a "survivor" and the Indian is hopeful his journey will become less arduous going forward.
Banker Yemi Adegbola used to leave his home in Lagos before 4am each day, but would still arrive late to work because of the notorious traffic in Nigeria's biggest city.
NEW YORK: Wall Street moved higher on Wednesday, led by tariff-sensitive technology and industrial stocks after China extended an olive branch ahead of next month's trade negotiations with the United States.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - A key figure in Brazil's plans to reform the country's complex tax system was fired on Wednesday, government sources told Reuters, reflecting disagreements in cabinet about the form legislation should take.