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THE AIMS Group (AIMS), South-East Asia’s leading carrier-neutral data services provider, said according to experts, data centres would consume three times as much energy over the next decade. It said this rate of increase was a worrying trend for the local data centre industry.
KUALA TERENGGANU: If the disabled can do it, there is no reason why able-bodied individuals can’t keep themselves fit and healthy.
BASE-jumping is fun, fear and excitement bundled into one, according to Haziq Azlan, 28.
So what if you don’t have the knowledge or expertise? Ho Yew Pun, the founder of Bodibasixs Manufacturing, knew nothing about making personal care products, and yet he managed to build a company that exports to over 20 countries and makes over RM50mil in revenue every year. LIM WING HOOI reports.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Equipment at an oil refinery in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing caught fire and exploded on Sunday, state media said, in the country's latest industrial accident.
NEW DELHI: A suspected radioactive leak was reported from Indira Gandhi International airport in Delhi, India on Sunday morning leading to authorities cordoning off Terminal 3 of the airport.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Six German Tornado fighter jets based in Turkey are ready to resume service in the fight against Islamic State after a technical problem was fixed, a Defence Ministry spokesman said on Saturday.
DAKAR (Reuters) - France plans to invest 42 million euros ($47 million) to help countries of Africa's Sahel region prepare to face jihadist attacks similar to those that killed dozens in Paris in 2015, an interior ministry official said on Friday.
TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - Acting on lessons learnt from the botched response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005, government authorities this week rushed to get aid to states in Hurricane Matthew's path, from drinking water and generators to helicopters and emergency planning experts.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Disruptions to air travel, manufacturing, supply chains and retail stores spread on Friday as Hurricane Matthew worked its way up Florida's Atlantic coast, leaving people and goods stranded and plants idled.