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Thailand: Second successive day of nearly 1,000 cases as airlines banned from selling food, drinks to passengers on domestic flights
Thailand on Monday confirmed 985 new Covid-19 cases, a new daily record since the pandemic began, bringing the total caseload to 33,610, according to the Centre for the Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA).
(Reuters) - Intel Corp’s Mobileye has teamed with four-year-old Silicon Valley startup Udelv in an effort to put automated electric delivery vehicles into service in the United States by 2023, the companies said on Monday.
The rumblings started shortly after Singapore’s ruling party won 89% of seats in last year’s election. What would be hailed as a fantastic outcome in most places amounted to the worst parliamentary performance ever for the People’s Action Party,
Handed down through the generations, the practice of domesticating pigeons stretches across borders from the banks of the Nile across north Africa and beyond.
SEOUL, April 12 (Reuters): South Koreans disillusioned with President Moon Jae-in’s ruling Democratic Party had a single word to sum up their disgust with political leaders they perceive as hypocritical and inept.
KUALA LUMPUR, APRIL 12: More than anyone else in Malaysia and Singapore, Said Zahari’s name must surely be immortalised as symbolising the struggle for press and media freedom.
MANILA: Budget carrier Cebu Pacific will upgrade its entire Airbus fleet with newer and more efficient planes by 2027, signaling that expansion plans were intact amid the global health crisis.
THE theme of this year’s International Women’s Day celebration – ‘Choose to Challenge’ –is proven to be a meaningful one, said Penang women and family development committee chairman Chong Eng.
Council tears down facilities built without permission on hill.
JOHOR BARU: Johor Barisan Nasional has started seat negotiations among the component parties to prepare for the 15th general election (GE15), says the coalition’s state chairman and Mentri Besar Datuk Hasni Mohammad.