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With Ramadan bazaars allowed again this year, all food handlers, whether stall operators or home-based, should remember to get vaccinated against this infectious disease.
A new book pays tribute to the contributions of the Malaysian Sikh community to the nation
Style icon and entrepreneur Datin Vivy Yusof has much to reflect on this Ramadan
There are two clauses in contracts between private hospitals and doctors that the latter should take special note of.
Will we be sitting in autonomous cars driven by an AI? One thing's for sure, technology will lead the way forward.
Once Covid-19 has been sufficiently tamed with stiff arms and stout hearts, attention will turn once again to travel and, for so many, an all too familiar leitmotif has re-emerged – the continuing tragedy of Myanmar.
Organisations that help "leavers" adapt to life in wider society report increased demand for their services since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Gatka enthusiast Gurkiran Kaur is determined to give the dying Sikh martial art a fighting chance.
Home cook Navamalar Naggappan helps ease food cravings of Covid-19 patients through her customisable, per meal home-cooked food delivery services.