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PETALING JAYA: Independent doubles shuttlers Teo Ee Yi-Ong Yew Sin may be the only Malaysians left to keep the national flag flying high in the Denmark Open if all goes well.
KUALA LUMPUR: Men’s singles ace Lee Zii Jia admits he’s struggling to stay motivated with the badminton season showing no signs of returning to normal anytime soon amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: A healthy-again Goh Jin Wei will have to bide her time before getting a chance to stamp her mark on the international stage again.
Hard-up residents turn to the service, looking to cash in on demand for trips increasing by nearly a third among app users. Number of Uber Eats drivers doubled during Hong Kong’s second wave of infections, which forced tough social-distancing curbs on the city.
General Motors Co is exploring options in the aerial taxi market, including whether to build the vehicles known colloquially as "flying cars", as part of a push by the US automaker to look for growth in related transportation markets.
Uber Technologies Inc attempted to hide the fraudulent use of photo identification by some drivers, London’s black-cab drivers said at the start of the company’s second court battle with the city’s transport regulator.
KUALA LUMPUR: You can always count on Pearly Tan-M. Thinaah to deliver. They have done it before and they did it again in the President’s Cup.
Taxi app Uber told a London court on Sept 15 that it had addressed concerns over safety as it fights to win back its operating licence in one of its most important markets, the latest stage of a long-running battle with the regulator.
KUALA LUMPUR: If all goes well, Thailand could be the saving grace for badminton fans worldwide to catch at least one top-class action before the Covid-19-plagued year comes to an end.