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China says Philippines' 600-kg drug seizure was largest in joint crackdown

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10 travel hacks for those heading abroad during June holidays

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SINGAPORE – With the June holidays now upon us, it’s the time of the year for families to start packing their bags and head overseas for a well-deserved break. 927 more words

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Smartron srt.phone: A fine deal if you are a die-hard Sachin Tendulkar fan

Domestic information technology (IT) start-up Smartron, which counts Indian cricket legend Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar and former Motorola Mobility Chief Executive Sanjay Jha among its investors, recently launched the srt.phone smartphone, “inspired by the dependable traits of Tendulkar”. 81 more words

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In China, maggots finish plates and food waste

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PENGSHAN, China: Thousands of voracious white maggots wiggle frenetically while tearing through trayfuls of leftover meat, vegetables and fruits in an unusual farm in southwestern China. 777 more words

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The way you are cutting down on salt is probably wrong

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KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – Cutting down on salt by not sprinkling more at the table is probably not going to work. 426 more words

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Commentary: British Airways has no excuse for the chaos at Heathrow airport

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The airline must show that it deserves its privileged position, argues the Financial Times.

LONDON: People can be remarkably tolerant of long travel delays when they are clearly unavoidable, clearly communicated and accompanied by practical efforts to limit the inconvenience and help those affected make alternative plans. 620 more words

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Vegetable prices rise due to rainy weather in Malaysia

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SINGAPORE – Inclement weather has reduced vegetable yield from farms in Malaysia, causing vegetable prices to rise by as much as 20 per cent. 197 more words

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