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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The proposal to impose action against civil servants who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19 is not for punishment, but to raise awareness of the importance of the vaccine in bringing the country out of the pandemic.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The personal details of more than 106 million international travellers to Thailand were exposed on the web without a password last month, Comparitech researchers report. The database included full names, passport numbers, arrival dates, and more.
The speech by BTS at United Nations became the talk of the town, with its message for young people about muddling through tough times. But questions arose about who wrote it.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Asia leads the world in aquaculture production but intensive farming has led to an array of environmental challenges that could ultimately pose a risk to human health.
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines' lower house of Congress has approved a bill imposing taxes on tech giants like Facebook, Alphabet's Google and Youtube, and Netflix.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Business software firm Freshworks said it had priced its U.S. initial public offering well above the target range to raise $1.03 billion, valuing the Salesforce.com rival at $10.13 billion as hybrid work fuels demand for its products.
NEW DELHI: Indian farmers are expected to harvest a record 150.50 million tonnes of grains from summer-sown crops in the crop year to June 2022, the government said on Tuesday, against 149.56 million tonnes gathered in the previous year.
NEW YORK: Bill Gates raised more than US$1bil (RM4.19bil) in corporate funding for Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, drawing on BlackRock Inc’s Larry Fink and Microsoft Corp’s Satya Nadella to rally support for some of the world’s most demanding clean-energy projects
WELLINGTON: New Zealand’s central bank has damped speculation it could start its tightening cycle with a 50 basis-point interest-rate hike next month, signalling it’s more likely to take a cautious approach, according to economists.