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UNIVERSITI Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) continued its collaboration with the National University of Singapore (NUS) on a new village project.
These six athletes have a burning ambition to prove themselves and bring honour to the country.
TUMPAT: Although just entering the market, nanas cobek (a pull-apart pineapple variety) which has been successful in other countries can also be a lucrative crop for farmers here.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Despite a surge in investments into Singapore in 2019, external downside risks remain, and more must be done to shore up domestic productivity, said Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing on Thursday (Jan 16).
THRISSUR, India (AFP): It was a record-baking effort. Hundreds of bakers and chefs in southern India came together Wednesday (Jan 15) to create what they said is the world's longest cake – about 6.5km.
Smart speakers such as those made by Amazon.com Inc are to come under new scrutiny by the UK government when it publishes the results of a consultation into the security features of connected consumer devices.
Here's a list of arts and culture ideas in the Klang Valley to get you buzzing for Chinese New Year.
IF there was one takeaway from Yayasan Universiti Teknologi Petronas’ (YUTP) charity dinner, it was the passion of its students in raising funds for a good cause.
THE cognoscenti of international economics are once again agape, and not in a flattering way, at the budget surpluses Germany’s government keeps running, when instead it should be stimulating the economy with tax cuts and higher spending. The surplus revealed this week for 2019, at 13.5 billion euros (US$15bil), is the fifth in a row, and the biggest ever.
CREATIVE youngsters displayed a mastery of hues in the Harmony For A Better World Colouring Contest held at Sunshine Square in Penang.