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MAE SAM LAEP, Thailand (Reuters): Myanmar's coup has brought war back to a remote Southeast Asian frontier after 25 years, sending a new generation of villagers in both Myanmar and Thailand running for their lives from bullets and bombs.
FISHERMAN Erwin Let struck gold when he caught a 13kg pomfret in Sungai Rajang.
Even though economic growth is expected to strongly recover this year as the pandemic has been contained, companies in many sectors have still lowered their profit targets.
PENAMPANG: Flowering trees that look like cherry blossoms or sakura along a stretch of road here have become an attraction for passers-by.
Despite scattered showers in different parts of the country recently, the water level in large- and medium-sized reservoirs is fairly low, Dr Thaweesak Thanadechopol, deputy director-general of the Royal Irrigation Department, said.Dams currently hold 37.206 billion cubic metres of water or 49% of their combined capacity.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Despite scattered showers in different parts of the country recently, the water level in large and medium-sized reservoirs is fairly low, Dr Thaweesak Thanadechopol, deputy director-general of the Royal Irrigation Department, said on Wednesday (April 14).
THE third set of the Penang Twin Submarine Pipelines (PTSP) is now completed and delivering up to 315 million litres of treated water per day (MLD) from Seberang Prai to Penang island.
JOHOR BARU: Any contest in Umno will not necessarily divide or weaken the party however keen or hot it may be, says Johor Umno chief Datuk Hasni Mohammad.