NEW DELHI: Visitors to the Taj Mahal will have to wear masks at all times, keep their distance and not … More
Sri Lankan authorities are insisting on cremation for coronavirus victims – a practice forbidden by Islam. The nation’s minority Muslim … More
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KUALA LUMPUR – When Malaysia went on red alert from mid-March as coronavirus cases surged, most people were forced to … More
ZURICH, Switzerland : Travellers to Switzerland from 29 countries will from July 6 have to register with the authorities and … More
PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday named Jean Castex, who coordinated France’s virus reopening strategy, as the … More
Political stability is key to macroeconomic stability and growth. In every economic crisis, there are bound to be some structural damages and weaknesses that require remedies and quick reforms so as to put the country’s economy back on the right track and to grow sustainably. Financial and economic resilience must be enhanced to ensure an entrenched recovery and sustainable economic expansion after emerging from either a major financial or economic crisis.
WHO director-general warns that divided world is ‘helping virus spread’ GENEVA : The World Health Organization chief warned Monday that … More
Facing losses of US$100 billion over two years, airlines will do everything to raise demand for long-haul travel. But trade … More
The UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has announced the suspension of all inbound flights from Pakistan, including transit ones. … More
The recent resurgence had led to conclude that the country was in the grip of a second wave of the virus, and expected it to continue.
Coronavirus pandemic has transformed Southeast Asia into a hotspot for manufacturing protective gear However, some experts say Malaysian glovemakers could … More
The capital reported 27 new cases for Monday, while four infections in Hebei province and one in Sichuan were also traced to the sprawling Xinfadi food wholesale market, believed to be the source of the latest outbreak which has so far affected 106 people.
“By the will of Allah the Almighty and with a heavy heart, the Ministry of Health (MoH) would like to inform the public on a third case that has returned to the grace and mercy of Allah the Almighty due to COVID-19 in this country.”
Petra, an immense 264,000-square meter site south of Amman, saw a record “1.13 million visitors last year, including a million from abroad. One of the seven wonders of the world, and classified as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1985, Petra was once the capital of the nomadic Nabataean Arab peoples and dates back to at least 200 years BC.
The numbers are in stark contrast to the rest of India, whose daily tally of new infected cases has quadrupled since early May. Located near Mumbai’s financial district, Dharavi’s dogged approach to “chase the virus” could be a template for emerging markets across the world, from the favelas of Brazil to shanty towns in South Africa.
BEIJING: Parts of Beijing were placed under lockdown on Saturday as six new domestic Covid-19 coronavirus cases were reported, fuelling … More
Thais embraced hygiene advice and masks amid lockdown Influenza, pneumonia cases tumble from a year earlier Thailand has overcome the … More
With their art, technology know-how, creative social networking skills or political commitment, post-millennials, known as Generation Z, have found their … More
Feby Dela Peña started with US$136 worth of groceries, including 30 frozen chickens and sacks of rice. And then she … More
Switzerland is the safest country in the world right now for COVID-19. South Sudan is, according to a massive 250-page … More
PHNOM PENH : Major brands including carmaker BMW and fashion label Zara are investigating reports of mass sackings of union … More
The Phuket communicable diseases committee on Saturday resolved to reopen beaches on June 9, but strict measures will be imposed … More
Nowadays, the sun come up over its three towers in almost complete solitude. With only a small number of domestic tourists making visits, thousands of Cambodians working in tourism have lost their jobs. Recovery could take years