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What was behind Hong Kong train door mishap? Prominent engineer questions official line, while transport group urges MTR to investigate
A veteran engineer dubbed “Hong Kong’s Detective Galileo” has questioned the MTR Corporation’s explanation that a loose billboard component was responsible for a rare accident in which a pair of carriage doors fell off a moving train as it pulled into a busy station on Thursday.
Nationwide demand for cybersecurity professionals outstrips supply, and governments struggle to lure recruits able to net more lucrative salaries in the private sector.
SMEs can build resilience by aligning their models to society’s needs
MANILA (Bloomberg): The Philippines is targeting to vaccinate 15 million people against Covid-19 during a three-day drive, doubling down its push especially in remote areas as it lags neighbors in inoculations.
The direct role of the Philippine government in civilian-targeting in its bloody campaign against drugs has escalated since 2020, and the bloodshed has no signs of subsiding, according to a US data analysis group.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Automakers chasing electric vehicle leader Tesla Inc revealed new, more affordable and larger electric sport utility vehicles at the Los Angeles Auto Show, racing into one of the fastest-growing segments of the U.S. market.
Demonstrating Amazon isn’t just a customer of Harper Logistics, but actually manages it from afar, is critical to any attempt to put the e-commerce giant on the hook for Rana’s medical bills and a lifetime of diminished earnings.
PETALING JAYA: The RM32.4bil set aside under Budget 2022 for the Health Ministry, as well as RM4bil allotted specifically for the handling of Covid-19, will not only focus on the continuing battle with the virus but will also be used to improve general public health, say health groups.