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FOR some years now, a quaint neighbourhood café – let’s call it T Café – has been making quite a solid presence with its unique setting, delightful fresh meals and packaged local merchandises that tempted many a walk-in customer.
WE are entering a digital era. The world’s most valuable companies are no longer banks or energy companies, but technology companies.
THANKS to generous donors, over RM350,000 was raised to help four children’s charities in Kuala Lumpur pay for basic essentials and implement online learning programmes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
KARLSRUHE, Germany (Reuters) - Germany's Constitutional Court ruled on Tuesday that the surveillance of telephones and internet traffic of foreign nationals abroad by the BND intelligence agency violates parts of the constitution.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The pandemic has accelerated the move to digital among small businesses as hawkers and retailers scramble to get online to stay afloat during the circuit breaker period, panellists said on Wednesday (May 13).
HONG KONG/KUALA LUMPUR: Media groups in Malaysia and Hong Kong have unveiled restructuring moves at their traditional broadcast and print operations. These are likely to see the disappearance of hundreds of jobs. Purely digital venture, Viu also revealed the trimming of its outreach into India.
HULU SELANGOR: The government is studying ways to decriminalise suicide attempts in a bid to address a rise in such cases nationwide, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail. Together with Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, she said they had stressed upon the need for the government to review Section 309 of the Penal Code, which deals with attempts to commit suicide. Both of them spoke about the decriminalisation of suicide attempts during an intra-agency meeting on mental health issues that she chaired recently, said Dr Wan Azizah.
HULU SELANGOR: The government is moving towards decriminalising attempted suicide to address the rising number of such incidents nationwide, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
PRESS freedom was a fundamental pillar of modern civilisation. Nearly all countries, save the communist bloc and the dictatorial regimes, ensured special protection for the media in their constitutions. There used to be a competition of sorts to highlight media freedoms in developing countries to gain respectability in the international fora. Jailing a newsperson was quite rare and closing down a media outlet was even more so. Sadly, not anymore.