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CHENNAI, India (Reuters) - Power demand around India shows how many nationwide heeded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call to switch off their lights on Sunday and burn candles instead to "challenge the darkness" of the coronavirus, with the north coming out clear winners.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Mahmoud Jibril, who abandoned Muammar Gaddafi to become Libya's rebel prime minister during the 2011 revolution, died on Sunday after contracting the novel coronavirus, an aide and his party said.
SINGAPORE: Singapore will unveil additional support for businesses and households today, less than two weeks after announcing a S$48bil (RM145.4bil) stimulus package to buffer the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19).
SINGAPORE: Singapore will unveil additional support for businesses and households on Monday (April 6), less than two weeks after announcing a S$48 billion (US$33.4bil) stimulus package to buffer the impact of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
It has been a difficult first month for Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, but he has shown experience, focus and savviness as he made his way through the landmines of power.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ventilators delivered by Russia to the United States for coronavirus patients were manufactured by a Russian company that is under U.S. sanctions, Russia's RBC business daily reported on Friday.
(Reuters) - Allowing the Tour de France to go ahead as scheduled despite the COVID-19 pandemic would be "madness" and a "crime against humanity", former French sports minister David Douillet has said.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ravi Prasad Gupta, a worker at a pipe plant in the western Indian state of Gujarat, for years proudly supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his promise to usher in "good days" for millions of impoverished labourers.
SINGAPORE (Bernama): A Bill expected to be tabled next week would allow Elections Department Singapore (ELD) to implement temporary arrangements to ensure a safe general election (GE) should it be held amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Europe's largest city, Istanbul, is running out of time to impose a lockdown and stop a surge in coronavirus cases as around two million people are still going out into the streets every day, its mayor Ekrem Imamoglu said on Thursday.