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DANANG (Vietnam News/ANN): Restaurants, coffee shops, street vendors and beaches reopened Wednesday morning in Danang as the Covid-19 pandemic is well under control in the central city.
Authorities have changed their tune on outdoor exercise, with a new notice issued by the Ministry of Education and Sports now allowing people to undertake outdoor exercise in public parks during the lockdown period, local media reported late on Friday (May 28). According to a notice issued by the Ministry of Education and Sports yesterday, authorities have given the green light to the public to exerci
PETALING JAYA: Many are heeding the national call to stay at home, with families already observing a “self-lockdown” for some time.
The HUB (Holistic Unified Business) Centre in Kiulap was officially opened by AIA Singapore Private Limited Brunei and it serves as a place of convenience for policy holders, the public and insurance agents.
NEW YORK: The United States is about to sell 10-year inflation-linked debt next week, keeping the spotlight on a corner of the bond market that’s rarely garnered this much attention in the almost quarter-century since its debut.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - For someone who lost a season to a nagging elbow injury that needed surgery, Indian javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra understandably welcomed the postponement of the Tokyo Games last year.
IN Europe, the Super League lasted for all of 48 hours. In Malaysia, the rage over a school’s racial sports policy was stopped within two days.
IT’S no surprise the SMK Dato Bentara Luar notice stipulating that students should opt for co-curricular activities based on their race and gender, created a national uproar when it went viral recently.
JOHOR BARU: A Johor school’s decision to segregate co-curricular activities based on race and gender has been nixed, following a national uproar and the intervention of the Education Ministry.
BEIJING (Global Times): Former officials, top scholars and a dozen of young scholars from China and the US had in-depth discussions on how to get China-US relations back on track at a forum held in Beijing on April 10.