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The air that we breathe was at its cleanest during the conditional movement control order. But now, air quality has dipped, with the return of heavy traffic and industrial activities.
INDIA has been having a bad summer. The Nepalese have face-palmed them, the Chinese have taken territory they said belonged to them, and now Donald Trump has dealt a deathblow to hundreds of thousands of Indians.
Moving forward, we need to reimagine our post-pandemic societies in the world, region and in Indonesia.
Covid-19 lockdown is hampering access to birth control at a time when more couples are staying home together, leading to a spike in pregnancies.
America’s priciest apartment-rental market suddenly has more bargains.
The Covid-19 pandemic is creating a deeper appreciation for things such as one’s health, getting together with friends, the great outdoors – and printers. Yes, home printers, those clunky deskside contraptions of a bygone era, are suddenly making a comeback, and it may outlast this crisis.
WUHAN, China/BEIJING (Reuters) - Six months after the World Health Organization learned of "viral pneumonia" cases that would become the COVID-19 pandemic, life in Wuhan, the city where it emerged, is returning to normal, although masks remain ubiquitous and emotional scars linger.
“This is white supremacy. This is institutionalised racism,” Aaisha Joseph, an executive assistant in New York City, posted on Microsoft Corp's LinkedIn in early June, calling out the Black leadership vacuum at tech giants.
KUALA LUMPUR: Spring Art Holdings Bhd expects the surge in online shopping for products including ready-to-assemble (RTA) furniture to boost its financial performance and it expects this global trend to continue.
Homegrown companies in Ipoh and Sitiawan prove that high tech outfits can thrive in a small town. Their services have expanded abroad but their headquarters remain where they started.