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CYBERBULLYING is especially grave when it involves threatening and hurtful messages, as well as public humiliation.
JOHOR BARU: Should the much talked about snap polls in Johor take off, a new order of Undi18 voters will be expected to cast their ballot for the first time in Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: The Transport Ministry will minimise any red tape to help school bus drivers and operators recover post-Covid-19, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
Some adolescents turn to so-called smart or study pills to help improve their focus, but end up addicted to these illicit drugs.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China has sent three people to prison for up to four-plus years over breaches of rules that led to a virus outbreak, in one of the harshest punishments for lapses in enforcing the government’s strict Covid-zero policy.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Indonesia’s parliament will resume deliberation of a bill against sexual harassment on Tuesday (Jan 11), as President Joko Widodo pushes to conclude a legislative process that’s languished for six years amid strong opposition from religious groups.
COVID-19 has forced students of all age groups to embrace what is now often called “the future of education”, also known as e-learning.
PETALING JAYA: Bookmarked by extreme weather events and a pandemic that refuses to be leashed, the exuberance of revellers in welcoming the new year was tempered by official directives telling everyone to tone it down, just like how it was a year ago.
SHAH ALAM: The Operasi Bantu Hingga Selesai (Ops Bahis) will now focus on the disinfection process to be carried out in houses and surrounding areas affected by the devastating floods of Dec 18, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Tan Sri Annuar Musa.