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MELAKA (Bernama): Six people, including a mother of three, were arrested for drug-related offences after they were stopped at a roadblock mounted by the Melaka Road Transport Department (JPJ) at Jalan Syed Abdul Aziz, Kota Laksamana here, on Thursday night (Sept 24).
NAIROBI, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Some parents in Kenya are applying for loans, others are shopping for new uniforms while a good number are scouting for schools for their children as the east African nation readies to reopen learning institutions next month after the COVID-19 disruption.
KOTA KINABALU: A David and Goliath battle is brewing in the Moyog seat with Sabah STAR’s Joe Suleiman itching to “slay” Parti Warisan Sabah’s deputy president Datuk Darell Leiking.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Business groups on Thursday welcomed contentious and long-delayed labour reforms passed by India's parliament this week, aimed at making hiring and firing workers easier and imposing restrictions on trade unions.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah STAR’s Joe Suleiman is hoping to “slay” Warisan’s Datuk Darell Leiking, a “giant killer” who knocked out Upko president Tan Sri Bernard Dompok six years ago.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump picked retired generals for some of his most senior national security posts when he took office and boasts of heavy spending on the U.S. military that he asserts is unmatched in history.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The winners of this year's Nobel Prizes will not get their medals and diplomas presented to them at Stockholm's concert hall as usual due to the coronavirus pandemic, the award organisers said on Tuesday.
Thailand: Soft loans planned for struggling airlines, tax break on jet-fuel extended as only five Covid-19 cases reported
BANGKOK, Sept 22 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The Government Savings Bank (GSB) is planning to offer soft loans with annual interest of 2 per cent to airlines hit by the Covid-19 fallout. The loan term will be 60 months.
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 (The Straits Times/ANN) - The financial woes of two large and prominent local companies are stirring concerns about the overall health of corporate Malaysia - particularly debt-laden publicly listed entities - amid the Covid-19 pandemic.