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NEW DELHI (Reuters) -An Indian court on Tuesday temporarily restrained Zee Entertainment Enterprises' top investor Invesco from calling a shareholder meeting, in a win for the TV network that sent its shares higher.
Research, analysis and commentary contained in a vast trove of internal documents indicate that the company’s own employees have studied and debated the issue of misinformation and harmful content at length, and many of them have reached the same conclusion: Facebook’s own products and policies make the problem worse.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s Alyaa Abdulghany took another step closer towards earning her US LPGA Tour card for next season after making it to the all-important LPGA Q-Series which will be held in December.The 22-year-old passed the just-concluded LPGA Qualifying School Stage Two on Sunday with flying colours by coming in a credible sixth out of 179 competitors at the Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice, Florida.
THE depletion of savings in the low and middle income groups is worrying. Worse still, a survey has indicated a 50% drop in members’ confidence that their Employees Provident Fund (EPF) savings will sustain them in their old age.
(Reuters) - World number two Ko Jin-young staved off a spirited challenge from Lim Hee-jeong on Sunday to seal a dramatic playoff victory in the BMW Ladies Championship in Busan and become the 200th South Korean champion on the LPGA Tour.
(Reuters) - A blistering back nine saw Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama hold off a determined challenge from Cameron Tringale to win the Zozo Championship by five shots in front of his adoring Japanese supporters on Sunday.
THE annual Perodua National Amateur Golf Series resumes next weekend with the Pahang qualifying round at Mahkota Golf & Country Club.
Hong Kong cat burglar climbs 17 storeys up drainpipe to steal HK$450,0000 from executive’s Mid-Levels flat
A burglar who climbed up the drainpipe of a 20-storey Hong Kong building stole HK$450,000 (US$57,900) in cash and valuables from the home of a senior executive at an American investment bank before shimmying back down the way he came, a police source has confirmed.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that all official events will resume in November while schools, factories, markets and other establishments will no longer be closed even if there is an outbreak of Covid-19.