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India’s Covid-19 crisis has exposed a wide digital divide, prompting many grassroots groups to focus on connecting poorer women without Internet access to healthcare and financial support, or simply to help them keep in contact with loved ones.
BOSTON/TOKYO (Reuters) - A former Japanese government adviser said he did not put pressure on Harvard University's endowment fund to influence its voting at Toshiba Corp's contested shareholder meeting last year, and that the fund should "set the record straight".
KOTA KINABALU: Police are looking for a man who accused Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Dr Jeffrey Kitingan of practising racially-divisive politics.
HONG Kong begins to move from chaos to normalcy.
New opposition leader Lee Jun-seok Lee is opening a new chapter in South Korean politics which drives people to seek power not just for power’s sake but in pursuit of fresh ideals.
Fathers in Malaysia are feeling more distressed than mothers in dealing with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, says a study. But the bright side is that more dads are enjoying closer ties with their children now.
Why we should nudge behaviours towards the desired policy outcome that serves a common good.
A COUPLE of Malaysian students have been accepted into two of the premier tertiary institutions of the world.
WE criticise more than praise. Good news is no news. Sensationalising everything to attract attention for revenue, modern media spins everything just to prove the point that free speech is an end in itself.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google told Reuters this week it is developing an alternative to the industry standard method for classifying skin tones, which a growing chorus of technology researchers and dermatologists says is inadequate for assessing whether products are biased against people of color.