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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Patience is wearing thin among some residents of the Pakistani capital enduring another round of anti-government protests, with tens of thousands of opposition supporters showing no sign of giving up despite the onset of winter rain.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Candlelight Hong Kong vigils mourning a student who died on Friday after a high fall during a pro-democracy rally quickly spiralled into street fires, bursts of tear gas and cat-and-mouse clashes between pro-democracy protesters and police.
The government is looking into e-hailing for buses – but first, get the basics right and buses running on time.
PONTIAN: After a two-month hiatus the Kukup International Ferry Terminal here is back in operation.
GUIDELINES to address the issue of unlicensed hostels is being drawn up following an increase in such operations from houses in Selangor.
PONTIAN: The Kukup International Ferry Terminal here has finally reopened after being closed for about two months.
HONG KONG: As Hong Kong’s leaders hunt for a political solution to the months-long impasse with protesters, officials are trying to prop up the deteriorating economy with fiscal spending.
One app to serve all councils in Selangor and KL, pay parking fee and compounds.
JOHOR BARU: It used to be one of more than a dozen entry points in the state but the Kukup International Ferry terminal is fast developing into a hot potato for Pakatan Harapan in the Tanjung Piai by-election campaign.
THE infrastructure at the Sungai Nibong express bus terminal is not user-friendly and badly needs an upgrade.