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A letter from DR SUSILA, PREMA and CHANDRA SEGARAN SINGARAVELU, Malaysia
In this day and age of viral connectivity, what the world needs is greater cooperation to deal with mutual threats
PUTRAJAYA is envisioned to be a balanced city that caters not only to the government, but also the private sector.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Breaking into a first final at a hardcourt Grand Slam would seem a good excuse for a jubilant post-match celebration but a small fist pump and a steely glance at the players box was all Garbine Muguruza allowed herself at the Australian Open on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Most people have sleepless nights after watching horror movies. Not national diver Pandelela Rinong.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Trying to win a Grand Slam had turned into an obsession for Alexander Zverev but learning to relax outside the court and keeping expectations in check have worked wonders at this year's Australian Open, the 22-year-old German said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Factbox on the teams in the South African Super Rugby Conference:
HONG KONG: Almost every stock fell in Hong Kong as trading reopened Wednesday for the first time this week, with investors gauging the economic impact of the deadly coronavirus that spread over the Lunar New Year holiday.
Manage people compassionately and they will reward you with commitment, says US expert Prof Richard Boyatzis.
RHB Research is maintaining a “buy” call on OCK Group with a target price of RM0.75, which is an 28% upside, as the group remains confident in sealing the towerco divestment deal soon