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LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. Open champion Emma Raducanu on Friday said that re-watching her stunning victory in this month's final felt like watching someone else, adding that her achievement had started to sink in but it was still difficult to fully comprehend.
Emerging markets -Thai stocks, baht fall on reports of delayed Bangkok reopening as Philippine stocks lead losses in region
Thailand's baht and stocks fell on Friday, hit by reports of a delay in the tourism-reliant nation's plans to reopen capital Bangkok to international travellers, while other emerging Asian currencies came under pressure from a firmer US dollar.
China’s carbon neutral goal: Beijing approves creation of power grid equipment giant to meet decarbonisation needs
The move will create a company with more than 100 billion yuan (US$15.5 billion) in assetsMerger to create a big equipment maker and service provider that can compete well in nations targeted by Belt and Road Initiative, analyst says
The three crew members have detached the Shenzhou-12 spaceship from the core module and are making their final preparationsTheir return comes ahead of the Mid-Autumn Festival and one source said they will be back home ‘in time for the mooncakes’
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday pledged more freedom for vaccinated citizens, even as the country's second largest state reported its second highest daily rise in new COVID-19 infections this year.
IMAGINE a world where everything has gradually become a blur. All your life, you have taken for granted all the things you used to do – walking, reading, watching your favourite movie and taking pleasure in a stroll in the park, watching neighbourhood children enjoy their evening play.
BANKING stocks see-sawed this week on news that the government has instructed financial institutions to work on waiving interest repayment for recipients of loan moratoriums in the lower income category.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (Sept 16)
Secondary and high schools in Cambodia reopened gradually on Wednesday after the majority of the population in the Southeast Asian nation have been vaccinated against Covid-19.
PASCHIM BARDHAMAN, (INDIA), (Reuters) - In a small tribal village on the eastern tip of India, an enterprising teacher has turned walls into blackboards and roads into classrooms, trying to close the gap in learning brought on by prolonged school shutdowns in the country.