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KUALA LUMPUR: Property developer Titijaya Land Bhd is joining a growing list of local listed companies venturing into the medical device industry.
(Reuters) - Despite infecting more than three million people around the world, there are still 34 countries and territories that have yet to report a single case of the novel coronavirus.
PETALING JAYA: It is insensitive to downplay the repercussions should AirAsia close down in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, as thousands of lives would be affected due to mass unemployment, says Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Tennis can emerge stronger from its lengthy shutdown due to the novel coronavirus if the idea of merging the men's and women's tours becomes a reality, multiple Grand Slam winners Simona Halep and Petra Kvitova have told Reuters.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Dressed in black and wearing a facemask, the dancer leaps and pirouttes across Budapest's deserted central Heroes Square - to the strains of a melody that mirrors the molecular structure of the coronavirus.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Dressed in a black trench coat and hat, 36-year-old Audrey Lecomte performed "Singing in the Rain" on a drizzly Tuesday evening to the residents of Geneva's Round House apartment complex, who twirled umbrellas from balconies to the music.
PUTRAJAYA: The first batch of 50,000 antigen rapid test kits from South Korea are expected to arrive in Malaysia on Friday (May 1), says the Health Ministry.
LONDON (Reuters) - Watford have signed Frenchman Pape Gueye on a pre-contract agreement and the midfielder will join the team on July 1, the Premier League club said on Wednesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain announced a four-phase plan late on Tuesday to lift one of the toughest coronavirus lockdowns in Europe and return to normality by the end of June.
Swiss fragrance producer Givaudan said it would produce 60 tonnes of hand sanitiser to meet chronic shortages of the product needed to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.