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SINGAPORE, Feb 15 (The Straits Times/ANN): This year's Budget will be unveiled on Tuesday (Feb 16) as Singapore continues to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic and its economic fallout.
WASHINGTON: The White House said on Friday it was not planning to require people to take COVID-19 tests before domestic airline flights after the prospect of new rules raised serious concerns among U.S. airlines, unions and some lawmakers
PUTRAJAYA: Perikatan Nasional has welcomed Gerakan as its newest member and believes the move will strengthen the coalition.
PUTRAJAYA: As the newest member of Perikatan Nasional, Gerakan has pledged to become the voice of moderation and multiracialism within the coalition.
Thailand: People with chronic illness, elderly, small pets told to avoid brackish tap water; 836 new Covid-19 cases
BANGKOK, Feb 2 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): Owing to severe drought conditions, seawater has entered Bangkok’s raw water system, making tap water very salty.
Tractor rally aims to overshadow India's show of military might as Covid-19 cases goes above 10.65 million
NEW DELHI, Jan 25 (AFP): Thousands of tractors gathered outside New Delhi on Monday, gearing up to rival an annual parade of tanks and troops on India's Republic Day in a protest against the government's agricultural reforms.
Thailand: Despite Covid-19 surge, provincial re-elections in 18 provinces set for Feb 7; 198 new cases on Sunday (Jan 24)
BANGKOK, Jan. 24 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): Despite the current Covid-19 issues in Thailand, re-election will be held for chief executives and/or members of the Provincial Administrative Organisation (PAO) in 18 provinces on Feb 7, the Election Commission has announced,
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Monday (Jan 25) marks a year since the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country with the first case involving three Chinese nationals who had entered Malaysia via Johor from Singapore on Jan 20,2020.
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JAKARTA, Jan 22 (Reuters): The World Bank said on Friday it has approved a $500 million loan for Indonesia to strengthen its financial response to natural disasters, climate risks, and health-related shocks.