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India's government has agreed to give US Tech giants access to its trove of farming data, in hopes big data can improve the nation's agriculture industry and food security.
JOHOR BARU: Salted eggs are a hot commodity these days as more Malaysians are having a crack at making their own mooncakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
China’s cyberspace watchdog presses Internet platforms to vet their online content as crackdown deepens
New guidelines emphasise that China’s online platforms are responsible for managing their content and urges them to improve their censorship. It is the latest move by Beijing in its drive to create a ‘clean and healthy’ cyberspace, free from information it deems harmful to society.
Guo Shengkun, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, met with Vietnam's minister of public security To Lam via video link on Wednesday night (Sept 15).
LENIN FARM, Moscow Region (Reuters) - A wealthy Communist strawberry tycoon who came second to Vladimir Putin in the last presidential election has accused the authorities of using his family against him to stop him from running for parliament this week.
PETALING JAYA: Paralympic champion Cheah Liek Hou will have to wait longer to get a crack at the world title.
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OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said if reelected he would ban people from protesting outside hospitals and accused his chief rival of supporting those who oppose COVID-19 vaccinations.
At a meeting on Tuesday, China requested more coal from Mongolia to help offset an ongoing supply shortageMongolia has replaced Australia as China’s largest source of imported coking coal since the second half of last year
Canadian Association of Journalists seeks freedom-of-information overhaul after Post’s ‘damning’ five-year wait for secret housing study
Association says the long wait for Canada Revenue Agency to provide the study showed the ‘real-world consequences’ of severe delays to information requestsHousing academics said the study, linking millionaire migration to high home prices in Vancouver, could have influenced housing policy long ago