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TOKYO (Reuters) - The Scottish Rugby Union have been referred to a disputes committee over their comments about the potential cancellation of their World Cup clash against Japan, organisers said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Ireland centre Bundee Aki will miss the remainder of the Rugby World Cup after an independent judicial committee on Monday upheld the red card he picked up in their 47-5 victory over Samoa on Saturday.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia aims to be the hub for Industry 4.0 in South- East Asia to regain its status as an Asian Tiger.
PETALING JAYA: The spotlight has shifted to a politician in Tamil Nadu who has been in close contact with several Malaysian politicians amid a crackdown against those allegedly linked to the Tamil Tigers.
PETALING JAYA: Gamuda Bhd is seen as getting a fair deal with regard to the disposal of its tolled highways but going forward it will have to search for new businesses with recurring incomes to fill the vacuum.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Playing a warm-up fixture against Japan had been deliberate in order to try and dampen down any talk of the Brighton Miracle if the Springboks met the tournament hosts during the World Cup, South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus said on Monday.
FUKUOKA, Japan (Reuters) - Johnny Sexton is adamant his side can break Ireland's quarter-final curse and beat the All Blacks at Tokyo Stadium on Saturday, if they get their game plan and execution exactly right.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is targeting to be an Industry 4.0 hub in South-East Asia to regain its status as an Asian Tiger.
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - A brief exchange in Samoa's game against Ireland on Friday perfectly encapsulated the internal struggle rugby is undergoing as officials seek to make the game safer in the face of some confusion and some blank refusal by those playing it.
KUMAMOTO, Japan (Reuters) - England will have had an extra week to freshen up before their Rugby World Cup quarter-final against Australia but the teams' different preparations will mean little on matchday, Wallabies coach Michael Cheika said on Monday.