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SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chileans began to vote on Saturday in a mega-election in which they will pick mayors, governors, councillors and critically, the 155 men and women who will draft the country's next constitution.
IN a short span of 15 months since her appointment in January last year, the recently retired Education Ministry director-general (DG) Datuk Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim, 60, found herself in unchartered waters, helping the ministry navigate through a pandemic.
It’s never too late to learn new things and widen your horizon in life, says retired First Admiral Azhari Abdul Aziz of the Royal Malaysian Navy, who has had an illustrious career in both the military and in the humanitarian field through his decades of service.
WHAT makes education “excellent”? Is it the achievement of students? Or, is it based on the reputation of the academics? What about the number of publications or the research impact produced?
A TEAM from INTI International University have completed their research project aimed at improving materials used in manufacturing through green technologies.
A beacon for sixth formersMadam Ng Wee Mei, who prepares students for the Malaysian University English Test (MUET), is one of the most understanding teachers I have met.
SHAH ALAM: A retired senior police officer is under investigation for allegedly violating movement control order standard operating procedures during Hari Raya.
How to make the difficult business of selling your car yourself slightly easier.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - A top official suspended from his leadership role in South Africa's ruling African National Congress has taken President Cyril Ramaphosa to court in the latest twist to a bitter power struggle, an aide said on Friday.
ACRE, Israel (Reuters) - In the mixed Arab and Jewish city of Acre, the holiday festival of Eid al-Fitr that marks the end of Ramadan would normally see families mingling freely and taking their children to fairs and on boat rides along the coast.