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G20 pledges lift Green Climate Fund towards $10 billion U.N. goal

OSLO (Reuters) - A promise by Japan on Sunday to give up to $1.5 billion (956.88 million pounds) to a U.N. fund to help poor nations cope with global warming puts the fund within sight of a $10 billion goal and brightens prospects for a U.N. climate pact next year.

A half-boiled idea pays off

Making half-boiled eggs is not rocket science. It’s just about timing, which means you have to watch the clock.

Getting the real meaning

I HAVE a question to ask you all. Pardon my ignorance, I’m only asking because I see this on social media daily.

Anti-clockwise traffic in Jalan Yong Shook Lin to begin Nov 23

IN A last-minute turnabout, Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has delayed implementation of the direction reversal for Jalan Yong Shook Lin as part of the one-way loop (OWL) project.

MIC leader hails RM4mil allocation for Indians

JOHOR BARU: Unity and Human Resources exco R. Vidyanathan has thanked Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin for providing a special allocation of RM4mil in the budget to the Indian community.

Connaught Apartment roads resurfaced after 20 years

Connaught Apartment residents are happy that the uneven roads in the apartment’s compound have been resurfaced, after 20 years.

Argentina welcomes G20 call for work on debt restructurings

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina, which defaulted on its debt again in July amidst a decade-long legal battle with a group of U.S. investment funds, welcomed on Sunday the inclusion of a clause in a G20 summit communique aimed at helping sovereign debt restructurings.

Charity begins with ice

KDU University College (KDU UC) saw its students from the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts, organise the Ice Bucket Challenge to extend its efforts in helping the less fortunate.

Refugee kids raise awareness on human trafficking

GEORGE TOWN: Some 30 refugee children from the Rohingya community in Penang showed off their skills in art and craft to the public during a demonstration to highlight the Penang Stop Human Trafficking Campaign.

Ex-MB surprised by huge severance payments made to his former aides

PETALING JAYA: Former Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said he was unaware that exorbitant severance payments were made to eight former aides during the end of his administration and that one of them received almost RM700,000.