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Satara, INDIA (Reuters) - Having watched his father's funeral pyre burn by a river bank close to their farm last month, Indian sugarcane grower Dattatray Bagal and his brothers had to set aside grief to count the financial cost of the coronavirus's impact on their family.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Efforts to defuse a crisis that has left Sweden's centre-left minority government facing likely defeat in a no-confidence vote next week will carry on throughout the weekend, Finance Minister Magdalena Andersson said on Friday.
TIMES Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2021 has given Sunway University the highest ranked private university in Malaysia.
SIBU: Crowded rooms in shoplots illegally rented out to tenants have become a new hotbed of Covid-19 infections in Bintulu, with eight new cases recorded in such locations on Thursday (June 17).
China’s post-pandemic economic performance has been a driver of its improving global competitiveness, says the Swiss-based Institute for Management DevelopmentHong Kong saw a slight decline in its overall economic performance compared with last year, amid a worsening investment and employment environment
Sneha Revanur, a 16-year-old student from California, is on a mission to do for digital rights what Greta Thunberg’s movement has done for the climate fight – put young activists on the front lines.
THE association managing a Hindu cemetery in Ampang that complained about a proposed anaerobic digestion (AD) plant project next to it, has claimed that the local council did not discuss matters with it.
DELIVERING packages, parcels and foodstuff directly to the units of residents in high-rise buildings is against the Covid-19 standard operating procedure.
THE mass testing programme to pick and test 1,000 individuals at each state constituency in Penang is expected to begin on July 1 after the method is finalised.