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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Nearly three-quarters of Indian Americans plan to vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in the U.S. election next month, believing the country is headed in the wrong direction under President Donald Trump, according to a survey on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - People in seven European nations overwhelmingly want Joe Biden to win the U.S. presidential election, an opinion poll showed this week, but barely 10% think the vote will be fully free and fair, a finding that comes as some diplomats in Washington worry President Donald Trump may not accept the election result.
From tracking keystrokes to video monitoring, most British workers are uneasy about new technologies being deployed to monitor employees' productivity when working from home, a poll showed on Oct 2.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are increasingly shunning illegal streaming sites, in part due to the authorities cracking down on such services, a new study has found.
An AVIA study finds Malaysian viewers now less likely to use pirated streaming or torrent sites, thanks to Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry's efforts in blocking pirate sites.
PETALING JAYA: Among six Asean countries, Malaysians are the fourth most likely to have tested for Covid-19, second least likely to have exhibited Covid-19 symptoms and also the second most likely to stay at home.
LISBON (Reuters) - As new coronavirus travel restrictions kick in across Europe, a survey showed at least half of German, British and French travellers would rather cancel a holiday than quarantine afterwards, take a test upon arrival, or wear a mask outdoors.
KUALA LUMPUR: A law, which among others aims to address issues of racial discrimination in the property market, would be tabled in Parliament early next year, says Zuraida Kamaruddin.