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Singapore, June 28 (The Straits Times/ANN): People's Action Party (PAP) new face Ivan Lim will not be a candidate in the general election, after allegations about his past conduct and behaviour emerged online.
IS THE global monetary order ready for another reboot?
I am writing to you with a bit of guilt and dilemma; I am a twenty-five year old chap who is a “bit of a lad”.
IF you live in the developed world, the first 20 years of this century might have resembled the apocalypse in slow motion: from SARS to the global financial crisis, from Islamic State to the Sept 11,2001, terror attacks in the United States and the War on Terror, from technological disruption to Trumpian anxiety and now, the Covid-19 pandemic.
IN about four months, Americans will elect their president. Predictions vary on whether incumbent Donald Trump can win a second term. Whatever the results, however, the effects of the US electoral politics that can impact Asia are already emerging.
MULTIGENRE writing has become one of the most productive approaches teachers can use to help students write creative, informational research reports.
AS much of the world starts to ease Covid-19 travel restrictions, Malaysia too is moving towards opening up its borders to tourists from “green zone” countries.
THE conventional wisdom is that Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia is a weak political party. Many dismiss its chances of winning seats in the 15th General Election (GE15).