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Looking at the bigger picture of love

FIGURATIVE painter Syed Thajudeen takes viewers on a stroll through history and legacy by capturing events of the outside world in his paintings. He depicts his feelings towards nation, culture, heritage and spirituality in large-scale art pieces

Making sense of Trump’s trade war

Think Asian by Andrew Sheng
HARDLY a week goes by without another tweet storm from Washington DC. “You’re fired” was heard by Secretary of State Rex Wayne Tillerson and national economic adviser Gary Cohn (although strictly speaking, he resigned).

Pricier than Apple? Xiaomi’s hot again, and investors could get burned

BACK in 2014, smartphone-maker Xiaomi Corp became that rarest of unicorns, the most valuable startup in the world, with a US$46bil valuation.

Residents furious over demolished graveyard

THE Indian community in Seberang Perai, Penang, is up in arms after a developer began demolishing a 150-year-old graveyard without giving the families a chance to relocate the remains, Makkal Osai reported.

Farewell to Tamil school head

SJK (T) SARASWATHY headmaster S. Kalaichelvan, 60, who has served as the head of seven Tamil schools in Kuala Muda and Kulim in Kedah since 1999, has called it a day.

Steyn rules himself out of third Australia test

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's fast bowler Dale Steyn has ruled himself out of a possible return for the third test against Australia which starts next Thursday as he continues his recovery from a troublesome heel injury. The veteran paceman, who is just three wickets away from becoming the country’s most successful bowler, has not played since the injury ruled him out midway through the first test against India in Cape Town in January. "The problem as a fast bowler is I need to land on that front foot of mine. Putting eight or nine times my body weight on that front foot... it can only handle so much,” Steyn told South Africa’s Independent Media group.

Winds of change mean windfall for women players

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - For the world's women cricketers, financial parity with their male counterparts remains a distant dream but India's decision to boost the pay packets of its top female players is further evidence that the winds of change are blowing through the game.

Indian party quits PM Modi's coalition in blow ahead of election

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian political party that governs a southern state quit Prime Minister Narendra Modi's coalition on Friday blaming it for a lack of financial support, officials said, in a blow to the coalition ahead of national elections next year.

Tibet can exist with China like 'European Union' - Dalai Lama

BEIJING (Reuters) - Tibet can exist within China in the same spirit as the European Union sticks together, the territory's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, considered a dangerous separatist by Beijing, said.

Bottas has a big year ahead of him

LONDON (Reuters) - Valtteri Bottas could be fighting for his Formula One future this season but the Finn says he feels less pressure than last year when he joined champions Mercedes as Lewis Hamilton's team mate.