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PETALING JAYA: Although the increased fine of RM10,000 has been described as too harsh by some, the Malaysian Public Health Physicians Association says there is no other way to deter irresponsible behaviour.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is struggling to beat back his biggest political challenge in years from a protest movement which began with disgruntled farmers travelling to New Delhi on tractors and is now gaining wider support at home and abroad.
A global pandemic that accelerated the nation’s shift towards digital economy
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Hospitals across the Czech Republic may be overwhelmed with coronavirus patients in two or three weeks, forcing the country to seek help abroad and hospitals to select which patients will get treatment, Health Minister Jan Blatny said on Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: More than 7,000 foreign workers have been infected with Covid-19, while 379,675 tested negative following screenings conducted nationwide.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Students chanted slogans outside the Delhi police headquarters on Tuesday demanding the release of a 22-year-old environmentalist accused of sedition for an online document in support of farmers' protests.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany said on Monday its decision to impose border controls with the Czech Republic and Austria is a temporary measure of last resort and it defended a lockdown extension against business demands for a roadmap to reopening.
PETALING JAYA: Industries Unite MCO2.0, a group of 52 trade associations representing about one million small and medium enterprises (SMEs), have put up giant billboards to educate the public on the need to comply with the movement control order.
A MAN from China’s Hunan province placed diapers on six chickens gifted to him after they dirtied his living room with faeces, China Press reported.