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WORLD

US urges people to not travel to Bangladesh amid 'civil unrest'

Reuters, Published on 21/07/2024

» WASHINGTON: The U.S. State Department said on Saturday it has raised Bangladesh's travel advisory to level four, which urges people to not travel to the Asian country due to what Washington described as "civil unrest" amid ongoing protests.

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TECH

Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Labs to wind down US operations

Reuters, Published on 16/07/2024

» BENGALURU - Kaspersky Labs will gradually wind down its United States operations from July 20, the Russian anti-virus software maker said on Monday, nearly a month after the Biden administration announced plans to bar sales of the company in the country.

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EASY NEWS

Governor slams drunk tourists in Pai

Gary Boyle, Published on 16/07/2024

» The governor of Mae Hong Son province has demanded new rules for visitors after a group of tourists were found drinking while tubing in the Pai River.

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THAILAND

Mae Hong Son governor slams drunk tourist tubers in Pai

News, Published on 15/07/2024

» The governor of Mae Hong Son province has demanded new rules for visitors after a group of tourists were found drinking while tubing in the Pai River.

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GENERAL

Disbursal of budget revving up

Business, Published on 15/07/2024

» A total of 3.48 trillion baht from the 2024 fiscal budget was finally disbursed in this year's second quarter, after delays that began on Oct 1 last year due to political setbacks following the general election held in May 2023.

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GENERAL

Asia rice - Vietnam, Thai rates dip as eyes turn to India

Reuters, Published on 12/07/2024

» BENGALURU - Rice export prices from Vietnam slipped to their lowest levels in a year, and Thai rates also dropped this week amid lacklustre demand, as markets awaited potential easing of restrictions by top exporter India.

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TRAVEL

Mount Fuji climbing season begins in full as Shizuoka trails opened

Published on 11/07/2024

» SHIZUOKA, Japan: The climbing season on Japan's Mount Fuji began in full Wednesday with the opening of the three trails on the Shizuoka prefecture side of the mountain.

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GENERAL

Singapore Airlines, Scoot restart flights over Iran airspace

Bloomberg News, Published on 09/07/2024

» SINGAPORE - Singapore Airlines and its low-cost unit Scoot have resumed flying over Iran after a two-month suspension triggered by the Middle Eastern nation's attacks on Israel, according to Channel News Asia.

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GENERAL

Asian social sector faces technological challenges

Business, Published on 09/07/2024

» Despite the rapid digitisation of the Asian social sector, social delivery organisations (SDOs) are struggling to keep up with technological changes because of inadequate access to digital infrastructure, lack of capacity and insufficient donor support, according to the Doing Good Index 2024.

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WORLD

Japan, Philippines sign defence pact amid growing China concern

Published on 08/07/2024

» Japan and the Philippines on Monday signed a bilateral defence agreement to facilitate joint exercises for closer security cooperation, amid China's growing assertiveness in regional waters.