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LONDON: England’s struggling striker Harry Kane insists he has no fitness problems despite a difficult start to the Euro 2020 campaign in which manager Gareth Southgate has twice taken off his talisman when he has shown signs of flagging.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's struggling striker Harry Kane insists he has no fitness problems despite a difficult start to the Euro 2020 campaign in which manager Gareth Southgate has twice taken off his talisman when he has shown signs of flagging.
GEORGE TOWN: This year’s Fathers Day will be a virtual celebration for teacher Soo Jo Ann as she will be spending another year working in Laos.
PETALING JAYA: Restaurants and eateries facing a sharp drop in business are appealing to the government for help.They foresee the upcoming Father’s Day celebration to be a muted affair with eateries not allowed to have any dine-in customers during the lockdown.
What's in a fashion season? The trends of Pre-Fall 2021 revolves around redefining our styles as we venture out into a different world.
KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional regained its footing while positive news flow from Axiata and higher oil prices boosted Petronas Gas and gave the FBM KLCI a slight boost early Wednesday while the broader market was mixed.
Indonesia's rupiah was on track for its biggest daily fall in over three weeks on Monday amid surging coronavirus infections, while trading in most other Asian emerging markets was muted ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting this week.
Whether you are planning to celebrate Father’s Day in-person (if able to) or virtually, a little something extra can help show your love for daddy dearest.
PARIS (Reuters) -Unseeded Czech Barbora Krejcikova completed a remarkable transition from a doubles specialist to a Grand Slam singles champion on Saturday by conquering Russia's Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in the final of the French Open.
NEW YORK/LONDON: European shares, the S&P 500 and an index of global stock performance scaled new peaks while yields on U.S., Japanese and European government debt fell on Friday as investors embraced the easy monetary policies of major central banks.