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Malaysia sees 28 more Covid-19 deaths

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 4 — The (*28*) Ministry recorded one other 28 Covid-19 deaths as of midnight, elevating the cumulative fatalities to 31,560. This places...

Education Ministry: 113 educational institutions hit by floods, used as temporary evacuation centres, not ready to operate yet

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 — None of the 113 educational institutions beneath the Ministry of Education (MoE) that have been affected by floods or...

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A woman receives her Covid-19 booster shot at the Perak Community Specialist Hospital in Ipoh January 3, 2022. — Picture by Farhan Najib

Malaysian medical experts: No evidence to show mixing Covid-19 vaccines harmful, booster shots still...

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 4 — Two years into the Covid-19 pandemic and with 78 per cent of the entire inhabitants absolutely vaccinated, there was...
Revenue from the canal in 2021 was hit by a six-day disruption when the container ship Ever Given got stuck in the canal in March.— eNM pic

Increased Suez Canal fees will boost revenue by US$400m, chairman says

CAIRO, Jan 3 — The chairman of the Suez Canal Authority instructed Arabiya TV right this moment that the 6 per cent enhance in...
The company had missed its deadline to submit its annual report for the financial year ended June 30, 2021 (FY21).  — Google Maps pic

Serba Dinamik to issue annual report by Jan 6

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 — Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd (SDHB) mentioned it will likely be issuing its 2021 annual report by Jan 6 this...
According to IHS Markit, headline manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI) of the Southeast Asia’s largest economy slipped to 53.5 last month from 53.9 in November. ― eNM pic

IHS Markit: Indonesia PMI slips in Dec, business conditions remain positive

JAKARTA, Jan — Operating conditions throughout the Indonesian manufacturing sector continued to enhance in December 2021, although the tempo softened since November amid provide...
A Maersk container ship is guided by a tug boat in New York Harbour in New York June 27, 2018. — eNM pic

Maersk rides freight wave with further 2021 outlook rise

COPENHAGEN, Sept 16 — Danish delivery group A.P. Moller-Maersk lifted its 2021 outlook once more right now, driving the rise in freight charges which...

Tech News

Always remember why you started in the first place

IN this week’s Success: The Insight Story, Nokia managing director for Malaysia, Maldives, and Sri Lanka Datuk Mohd Rauf Nasir (pix) shares his...

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PETALING JAYA, Jan 3 — As Malaysia braces itself for the opportunity of an Omicron wave, tv host Nabil Mahir isn’t taking any probabilities. That consists of reserving out an entire cinema hall within the metropolis centre simply in order...
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KUALA LUMPUR, January 3  —  The administrator of grocery store and retail chain Mydin’s official Twitter account has landed permanent employment via a tweet. One of the darlings of the Malaysian Twittersphere, it was revealed that Mydin’s account administrator was...

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Shaw questions United togetherness, Rangnick defends Greenwood sub

MANCHESTER, Jan 4 — Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has questioned the togetherness and dedication of Ralf Rangnick’s squad after Monday’s 1-0 residence defeat...

Benitez looks to Calvert-Lewin to spark Everton revival

LONDON, Jan 3 — Everton supervisor Rafael Benitez has put his religion in Dominic Calvert-Lewin and new signings in January because the Merseysiders look...

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Schooling during the pandemic has proven to be contentious. — eNM pic

Dutch to reopen schools despite high infection rates

THE HAGUE, Jan 3 — The Netherlands, beneath a strict Covid-19 lockdown for the previous two weeks, will reopen major and secondary schools on...
Chief writer at Citizen News Chris Yeung and Citizen News Chief Editor Daisy Li at a press conference to announce that Citizen News will cease operations in Hong Kong January 3, 2022. — eNM pic

Hong Kong’s Citizen News says closure triggered by Stand News collapse

HONG KONG, Jan 3 — Hong Kong unbiased on-line publication Citizen News mentioned right now its resolution to close down was triggered by the...
News of Lloyd Austin's (pic) positive test comes after the Pentagon last week tightened restrictions at its headquarters over concern about the highly transmissible Omicron variant that has led to a sharp increase in Covid-19 infections throughout the world. ― Pool via eNM

US Defence Secretary Austin tests positive for Covid-19, symptoms mild

WASHINGTON, Jan 3 — US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin stated he examined positive for Covid-19 yesterday with mild symptoms and would attend conferences nearly...
India has the world’s second-highest known caseload, with more than 33 million infections, and 441,000 deaths. — eNM pic

India restricts religious festivals over new Covid surge fears

MUMBAI, Sept 8 — Indian authorities are proscribing main religious festivals that begin this week and entice large crowds, warning {that a} new Covid-19...

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