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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court will not rehear afresh an appeal by the National Registration Department (NRD) in the “bin Abdullah” case but will proceed straight to deliver the judgment.
TURIN, Italy (Reuters) - Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has doubled support for his far-right party in just seven months by cultivating a savvy social media presence that any politician would envy - including his inspiration, Donald Trump.
SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA (Reuters) - Earlier this year, the world's two biggest lithium producers publicly celebrated new deals with Chile's government that will allow them to vastly increase output of the ultralight battery metal from the Atacama, the world's driest desert.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Italy's prime minister on Thursday denied any division between the two parties in his governing coalition, after reports of a spat over tax revenues, and insisted Rome will move ahead with planned expansionary budgetary measures.
(Reuters) - Former Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria has admitted his role in a spot-fixing case involving former Essex team mate Mervyn Westfield on Thursday, more than six years after he was banned by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
Facebook said it was reviving the pioneering MTV reality show The Real World as its secret weapon to lure viewers away from YouTube.
KUCHING: The state government needs to rethink Kuching’s public transport system to cater for the future growth of the city.
MANILA: The Philippines’ competition watchdog fined ride-hailing firms Grab and Uber Technologies yesterday, saying they consummated their merger too soon and that the quality of service dipped, becoming the second regulator in the region to penalise them.