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KUALA Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) noble plan of community and urban farming was in need of an impetus, which as it turned out laid in the Covid-19 pandemic, as unwelcome as the disease might be.
NEW YORK: As in the US, initial public offering (IPO) activity out of Asia has had its strongest-ever start to a year. That frenzy for new shares is likely to taper off as demand falls back to earth in the next few months.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (April 4)
Indonesia's Covid-19 total goes above 1.534 million as country now struggles against flood floods at East Nusa Tenggara
The Covid-19 cases in Indonesia rose by 6,731 within one day to 1,534,255, with the death toll adding by 427 to 41,669, the Health Ministry said on Sunday.
Flash floods unleashed by torrential heavy rains early on Sunday killed 23 people on Indonesia's island of Flores, injuring nine while five went missing, as the tiny neighbouring nation of East Timor reported eight deaths.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Flash floods unleashed by torrential heavy rains early on Sunday killed 23 people on Indonesia's island of Flores, injuring nine while five went missing, as the tiny neighbouring nation of East Timor reported eight deaths.
Building massive river dams is seen as a relatively cheap and clean way to help meet China’s target of being carbon neutral by 2060But these projects have drawn complaints from neighbouring countries, while environmentalists question how clean they really are
Ether hit a record high of US$2,014 (RM8,349), as the rally in digital assets continues to broaden beyond Bitcoin.
Kuala Lumpur folk will soon be able to enjoy a new city park measuring 231.48ha, comprising seven lakes and ponds.
Thailand has slightly hardened its language on Myanmar by saying it is "gravely concerned" about escalating bloodshed since a Feb. 1 coup, but close military ties and fears of a flood of refugees mean it is unlikely to go further, analysts say.