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NEW DELHI (Reuters): New Delhi is considering measures to prevent trade partners mainly in South-east Asia from re-routing Chinese goods to India with little added value, two government sources said, amid strained ties with Beijing and a push for self-reliance.
KUALA LUMPUR: With employers encouraging work-from-home arrangements in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, retailers are seeing more electronic items flying off the shelves as Malaysians upgrade their home-office setup.
PLEXUS Manufacturing Sdn Bhd has given out 20 new laptops to needy students in Penang under the state government’s E-Learning Computer Programme.
As the Covid-19 pandemic rages across the United States, many schools are making permanent plans to conduct classes virtually this fall.
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BALIK PULAU: Police here believe they have solved a series of house break-ins and motorcycle theft cases in the district with the arrest of two notorious "Geng Sharul Susu" members.
A TOTAL of 346 out of 1,109 applicants have been shortlisted for the Penang government’s E-Learning Computer Programme.
BANGKOK, July 25 (Bernama): Thai police have crippled an online gambling syndicate and arrested 16 workers in a raid on a condominium in the southern province of Narathiwat, and is tracking down the syndicate’s mastermind - believed to be a Malaysian.