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KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government is expected to appeal the High Court's decision to declare the appointment of Datuk Amarjit Singh as Sabah Water Department director as illegal under the Water Supply Enactment 2003.
THE Festival of Lights is upon us and the hustle and bustle has started in Little India in Jalan Tengku Kelana, Klang.
FOLLOWING its 60th anniversary celebration in Malaysia, Barbie, in collaboration with Sunway Putra Mall, brings its latest “You Can Be An Explorer” campaign which gives girls a chance to be an “explorer” for a day.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong is facing its first recession since the global financial crisis, with little prospect of an immediate recovery as the city confronts its most violent protests in decades.
Beijing: China’s state media has accused Apple of supporting pro-democracy protesters, warning that the US tech giant would suffer consequences for its “unwise and reckless” decision, in an echo of campaigns against other Western firms.
It was a meaningful weekend of helping hands and community enrichment as the RHB banking group galvanised thousands of its employees across seven countries to participate in over 40 corporate responsibility (CR) initiatives that made up the impactful humanitarian RHB Touch Hearts programme in its fourth year.
IT was a meaningful weekend of helping hands and community enrichment as the RHB Banking Group galvanised thousands of its employees across seven countries to participate in over 40 corporate responsibility (CR) initiatives that made up the impactful humanitarian RHB Touch Hearts programme in its fourth year.
MANILA: The Philippine anti-graft court has rejected an effort to claim millions of dollars in art, property and investments from the family and associates of late strongman Ferdinand Marcos, saying the government failed to prove its case.
Tiffany & Co have removed a tweet showing a woman covering one eye after Chinese consumers accused the jeweller of supporting the Hong Kong protesters.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday did not rule out asking Beijing for help, as the Asian financial hub struggles to deal with months of often violent anti-government protests that are damaging its economy.