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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Low wages and rising prices are crucial issues for Russians at parliamentary elections this week, but maintaining financial stability matters more to the Kremlin than driving growth, economists say, with inflation a lingering concern.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is urging the public to come forward with information pertaining to vice-related activities in their neighbourhoods.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Leftist former student leader Gabriel Boric is leading Chile's race for president with just over two months until Election Day, but half of all Chileans are still trying to make up their minds, according to a poll from pollster CEP on Wednesday.
IN an exhilarating Malaysia Day celebration filled with patriotism and spirit of the ‘Malaysia Family’ concept, over 20 Fire and Rescue Department personnel got together for a drill at the Perak Road fire station in George Town, Penang.
TOKYO: Japanese manufacturers' confidence worsened to a five-month low in September as the fallout from the latest wave of COVID-19 put fresh pressure on the world's third-largest economy, the Reuters Tankan poll showed.
The Battam–bang provincial Department of Cults and Religions is seeking permission for sculptors to make modifications to the Buddha statues which are under construction on the face of Phnom Sampov Mountain after inaccuracies were discovered during a recent inspection.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia has embarked on an investor relations and public relations incentive programme to enhance the visibility and accessibility of its public listed companies (PLC) to the investment community through more active investor relations engagements.
GEORGE TOWN: Ten witnesses have been called up by police to assist investigations into DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng for allegedly breaching his home quarantine.
WHAT we’ve got here is a failure to communicate, as Paul Newman observed just before being shot in Cool Hand Luke.