On weekends, there is hardly any elbow room on Shanghumugham Beach in Kerala’s capital, Thiruvananthapuram.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a global illicit financing watchdog, will review Pakistan’s progress on the commitments made for overcoming gaps in its counter-terrorism financing and anti-money laundering regimes during its plenary in Paris from Feb 16 to 21.
THE medium of instruction in school is once again being hotly debated, not that the issue had ever been resolved.
Bennett is leaving the environmental charity after 18 years, the last five as head of the organisation.
Q We have had an odd situation where groups of men would sit on our wall, cause a disturbance and drink alcohol.
In theory, when the transition period ends on Dec 31, Britain will “take back control” of its fishing waters – or its “exclusive economic zone” (EEZ) – including the rich fishing grounds that stretch a couple of hundred miles off the coast of Scotland.
One of the good things about this Valentine’s Day, besides being a leap year, is the long weekend attached to it.
The last few years have seen a massive explosion in information technology the world over.
Apple has filed a fresh patent that details its plans to push its IoT-enabled devices.
COVID-19: No plans to close schools yet, says Education Minister Ong Ye Kung; focus is on raising hygiene standards
Schools will remain open for now, said Minister for Education Ong Ye Kung on Friday (Feb 14), responding to calls from parents for schools to close in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.