Ban came hours after a policeman was killed when a supporter of the ousted premier opened fire as officers entered his home; Khan vowed to carry on with the rally in Lahore, insisting he was not afraid of death.
Chua Wee Lin told WhatsApp group about planned relaxation of measures when he was deputy director at the National Library Board; he pleaded guilty to wrongful communication of information under the Official Secrets Act.
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Plans to include a climate change clause to the NEC4 suite of contracts will be an “important tool” for decarbonising the UK construction and infrastructure sectors, according to one legal expert.
From June, 3.6 million birds a month will not be exported; government will also recognise more slaughterhouses abroad to try to boost supplies.
The long-awaited Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) seeks to restore ‘US economic leadership’ across the region, without Taiwan for now.
Frustrated importers said they would decrease reliance on unpredictable Indonesia, the world’s largest palm oil producer, and may instead turn to Malaysia, the world’s second largest producer.
In her latest and most personal work, Marga T ‘cleanses’ her soul as she opens up on her traumatic childhood, her mother’s death, and dealing with abuse.
Despite being ahead in projections, the opposition Labor party led by Anthony Albanese seems unlikely to reach the target of 76 seats needed to form a majority government.
Min Aung Hlaing’s meetings with the leaders of the ethnic armed Organisations are their first face-to-face peace talks since the military seized power in February last year from the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi.