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A RETIRED appellate court judge who subsequently assumed the role of a defence counsel once cited his own judgment as a precedent to substantiate the point that he was postulating. In doing so, he went on to quote his former self as the “learned judge”, thus, drawing laughter from the audience.
ALMOST every month I would hear a few cases of friends and a friend’s friends being diagnosed with cancer, mostly advanced fourth stage cases.
Hong Kong: The broad policy direction for many of the world’s central banks and governments now hinges on one question: how will the Chinese government respond to the economic shock caused by the Covid-19
ISTANBUL: The lira crash came and went more than a year ago but the distortions it left behind are making for a surprising hedge against inflation and falling interest rates in Turkey.
The birthplace of Germany’s national anthem and a practice-bombing range for British airmen after World War II, Helgoland island in the North Sea turns cuddly at the turn of the year as grey seals arrive to give birth.
The coronavirus outbreak is a fight between species, not between countries. Therefore, science and unity will save Malaysia.
Local feng shui master Stephen Chin shares insights on why certain zodiac signs can get on well with the Rat while others are, put simply, their 'enemies'.
Masbudi Abdul Malek, one of the many tour guides here who take groups of tourists to watch the nightly “performances” at the riverine mangrove swamp, may not be as famous as the luminescent insects but he is, in his own way, playing a vital role in helping to safeguard their habitat.
Smell is a crucial component of our memories and everyday life, so what happens when it's gone?
One visit to Kaga City is enough to make you feel like heaven itself has embraced this charming Japanese city.