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  1. Mukesh Ambani

    India’s Mukesh Ambani: Bad boy billionaire or ‘a simple man’?

    With a fortune of US$80 billion, Mukesh Ambani is one of Asia’s richest individuals, and as divisive as he is admired. On one hand, he is known to ...
  2. Young couple walking

    Time to go for a walk? You’ll burn calories, lose weight, de-stress and improve knee pain

    Walking around Singapore isn't just a cool thing to do on weekends. It's got a lot of health and mood-lifting benefits. CNA Lifestyle asks the ...
  3. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Manchester

    UK imposes tougher COVID-19 measures on Manchester after talks stall

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday he would impose tougher lockdown restrictions on the Greater Manchester region in northern ...
  4. A robot delivers a birthday cake at Robotazia restaurant

    COVID-19 pandemic speeds labour shift from humans to robots, WEF survey finds

    Robots will destroy 85 million jobs at mid-sized to large businesses over the next five years as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerates changes in the ...
  5. Members of Indonesian trade unions protest the government's proposed labour reforms in a contr

    Commentary: Indonesia has amended 79 laws to boost investment and jobs. But that may yet not be enough

    The omnibus law touches on multiple aspects of the investment climate and the near two-decade old manpower laws, says OCBC economist Wellian Wiranto.
  6. South Korea China BTS Korean War

    Commentary: Beware the fierce devotion of the world’s K-pop fans

    Boy band devotees used to be docile, but now they bite, says the Financial Times’ John Gapper.
  7. Chinese and US flags flutter near The Bund

    Commentary: Not even Biden can fix the cold war that is brewing between the US and China

    If Beijing hopes that US-China relations will reset if Biden wins the election, it shouldn’t hold its breath, says an observer
  8. A man wearing a face mask is pictured at Schloss Strasse shopping street

    Berlin imposes compulsory mask measures against COVID-19

    Berlin's municipal government on Tuesday made it compulsory to wear masks at markets, in queues and on 10 busy shopping streets, but stopped short ...
  9. A test tube labelled vaccine is seen in front of AstraZeneca logo

    US trial of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine may resume this week: Report

    AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial in the United States is expected to resume as early as this week after the US Food and Drug Administration ...