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Malinga to fly home after Bangladesh game to attend funeral

(Reuters) - Lasith Malinga will fly home for his mother-in-law's funeral after Sri Lanka's World Cup match against Bangladesh on Tuesday but the team are confident he will be back to face Australia at The Oval on Saturday.


The future will be recorded, on your smart speaker: opinion

Amazon’s patent application for an always-on feature for Alexa, its popular voice-activated personal assistant, has raised a lot of concern.

Metro News

Group: Control use of plastic bags

JOHOR BARU: Johor should emulate other countries which have managed to control the use of plastic bags.


Penang still the ‘stepchild’

ALMOST the whole of Penang was submerged, with parts on the mainland in water up to the rooftops of kampung houses.


'Sandpapergate' ghost follows Australia into World Cup

LONDON (Reuters) - Sunday's defeat by India not only broke Australia's 10-match winning streak but also confirmed that last year's ball-tampering scandal is not forgotten and has followed the reigning champions to the World Cup in England.


Seagull photobombs, steals US woman's lobster roll

Alicia Jessop knew Friday was going to be a memorable day, but she didn’t realise it would be one she’d never forget.

The Bowerbird Writes

It is the institution that matters

I HAVE nothing against Latheefa Koya. In fact, I have a lot of respect for her as a lawyer, human rights activist and politician. She has made her name as someone who speaks her mind.


Noodles of politics in Cambodia

PHNOM PENH: The bitter decades- long rivalry between Hun Sen, Cambodia’s strongman leader, and Sam Rainsy, his self-exiled chief political rival and critic, has sometimes played out in deadly violence. But yesterday, soup rather than blood was likely to be spilled.

Metro News

‘GPS must stay in power’

SIBU: The Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS)-led government must not lose in the next state election, which is due in May 2021.


Main French Open courts to be lit in 2020 - organisers

PARIS (Reuters) - The four main courts at the French Open will be lit from next year, meaning the top matches will not be interrupted by bad light, organisers said on Sunday.