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Chadchart Sittipunt, who showed a clear lead in exit polls, will become Bangkok's first elected governor in nine years.
KUALA LUMPUR: A check by the Veterinary Services Department found that most poultry farms are ready to supply chickens to the market, the Agriculture and Food Industries Ministry said in a statement on Sunday (May 22).
Indonesia’s student movement is struggling to retain its role as an agent of change, as previously united fronts fragment and alliances with the governing elite are nurtured, not avoided.
After the high of Tokyo 2020 came the inevitable letdown. Hidilyn Diaz returned to the Philippines as her country's first Olympic champion and suddenly felt aimless.
IPOH: The remand of a married couple arrested in connection with the death of their niece here on May 15 has been extended by six days beginning on Monday (May 23).
Singapore police warn of banking-related phishing scams after 10 people lose over S$70,000 (RM223,000)
At least 10 people have fallen prey to banking-related phishing scams in May, losing more than S$70,000 (RM223,000).
KUALA LUMPUR: The faulty lifts and escalators in the Ampang Park LRT station are fully operational again after an inspection by the Health and Safety Department, says the Transport Minister.
PETALING JAYA: Mount Everest climber T. Ravichandran who climbed the world's highest peak solo twice has done it again.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Professional women and voters concerned about climate change unleashed a third force in Australia's election, taking a swath of seats that ended nine years of conservative rule even as votes for the winning Labor Party fell.
Baby bump or not, Rihanna still manages to wow with her bold and daring fashion choices.