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Aviation experts and airline representatives acknowledge that when pilots are inactive for several months, their skills and proficiency deteriorate.
Working out on an unsuitable surface can be detrimental to your joints.
Malaysia's robust private medical sector is testament to the fact that many local doctors prefer private practice, but when is the right time to make that leap?
(Reuters) - Five Rangers players who breached COVID-19 rules by attending a party last month have been charged by the Scottish FA, with a hearing set for March 25, British media reported on Tuesday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Penny Oleksiak's days of flying under the radar are long gone but the Canadian swimming sensation has grown more comfortable with her fame ahead of the Tokyo Games where she has a shot at becoming her nation's most decorated Olympian of all-time.
(Reuters) - Olympique de Marseille's players must come together to fight for the shirt and put the turbulent events of the past few weeks behind them if they are to salvage the club's campaign, new manager Jorge Sampaoli said on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: More and more improvements to the country’s transport ecosystem happened following the change in leadership at the Transport Ministry (MOT) since March 2020.
(Reuters) - Lock Cory Hill and scrumhalf Gareth Davies have been included for unbeaten Wales as they face struggling Italy in a Six Nations clash in Rome on Saturday, the only changes to the team that defeated England last month.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Enforcement of the Workers’ Minimum Standards of Housing and Amenities Act 1990 (Act 446) could, among others, help redeem Malaysia’s image in managing foreign workers, says Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.
Wang Yi hits back at Western claims of genocidal treatment of ethnic minority groups in the region as lies designed to undermine securityChina is under growing criticism from abroad over its policies related to Uygurs, Kazakhs and Kyrgyz communities