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LAGOS (Reuters) - A dozen children crowd around plastic tables in the Majidun neighbourhood of Lagos. Intently focused on plastic mats printed with chess boards, the children thoughtfully move pieces on the board as supervisors observe their moves.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian chess grandmaster Ian Nepomniachtchi clinched victory at the Candidates Tournament on Monday, earning him the chance to challenge Norway's Magnus Carlsen for the world title later this year.
Mature trees surrounding former Padang Chetty retained and solar lights installed.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's new anti-establishment party, There Is Such A People (ITN), said on Monday it would not try to form a government despite a surge of support in this month's parliamentary election, bringing the Balkan country closer to snap polls in the summer.
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.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The world's top chess players are set to resume a tournament in Russia on Monday after it was abruptly halted more than a year ago because of the coronavirus pandemic, with organisers banking on safety measures to ensure its completion this time around.
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.
PETALING JAYA: There is no reason for any school to segregate participation in sports by race, says Education Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin.
JOHOR BARU: A school in Batu Pahat has apologised for its mistake of segregating co-curricular activities based on the race and gender of its students.
JOHOR BARU: The move by a national-type secondary school in Batu Pahat to segregate sporting activities based on race is not in line with the Education Ministry’s aspirations, says Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.