Margaret Court's call to be recognised like Rod Laver for her tennis achievements at next year's Australian Open has divided the tennis world.
Serbian Novak Djokovic has won a record fifth Paris Masters in his bid to finish the season as year-end World No.1.
A police officer, who was a father himself, said: 'What if a car hit them and they flew and got seriously hurt, if not killed?'
Tourists have been flocking to Bali's 'Gates of Heaven' - but the reality of the site is a bit different from what's presented on social media.
Monetary Authority of Singapore managing director Ravi Menon said that if the US-China trade conflict persists, “the more serious casualty is perhaps not trade but investment”.
Every year, the people (and tourists) of Thailand bring out their buckets and water guns to celebrate the Thai new year, or Songkran.And while the period was referred to in Thai media as “seven dangerous days”, owing to the large volume of travel and resultant traffic accident deaths, it is more fondly remembered for its colourful scenes of raucous celebration. (All photos Reuters)
As Jim Rohn said: “If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. While property investing may be simple, it’s not easy and that’s not a play on words – it takes skill. Here’s another great quote from Jim Rohn: “Don’t wish it were easier, wish you were better.
Singapore has become the 16th most expensive city in the world for expatriates this year, according to an international cost of living study. “Over the past five years, Singapore has continued to rise in the ECA global rankings from 33rd in 2011, up 17 places to 16th in 2016,” said the human resource consultancy firm ECA International which conducted the research. While prices didn’t increase so much here this year, the Singapore dollar appreciated against most major currencies in the months leading up to the survey, said ECA International to explain Singapore’s rise in the ranking.
Thousand of Malaysians are taking to the streets today to join electoral reform advocacy group Bersih in its fifth mass demonstrations at the capital.Despite the arrests of key leaders by the Police on Friday night, the protests have carried on, with a number of roads closed in anticipation of the demonstrations.Here are some pictures from the event outside of Kuala Lumpur City Centre.Photo of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCCPhoto of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCCPhoto of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCC Photo of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCCPhoto of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCCPhoto of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCCPhoto of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCCPhoto of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCCPhoto of Bersih 5.0 rally outside KLCC