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Singapore's second Apple Store opens at Jewel Changi
The opening of the Jewel Changi Apple Store drew an excited crowd. — Picture courtesy of Apple SINGAPORE, July 14 — The opening of the second Singapore Apple Store at Jewel Changi saw quite the crowd.Like its sister store on Orchard Road, the new retail space will host events including Apple's popular Photo Walks - basically guided tours that will also help iPhone users learn more about taking photos with their phones. Like its other retail spots, the new Store lets customers learn more about devices and get hands-on experiences. — Picture courtesy of Apple Should you happen to be visiting the Apple Singapore store, you can head over to the Apple website here to check out the day's schedule and book yourself a slot if you're inclined.A special Photo Walk, entitled PhotoWalk: The Magic of Jewel Changi Airport was created to help iPhone users get the best shots at what is currently the most Instagrammable airport in the world.The store is open from 10am to 10pm daily. [...]
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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Second deal could be completed next week, talks underway
ARSENAL transfer news and gossip is coming thick and fast. Express Sport is on hand to bring you all the very latest from the Emirates Stadium. [...]
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Vincent Tan has upped stake in Caring Pharmacy after second off-market deal with PNB in two months
KUALA LUMPUR: Tan Sri Vincent Tan Chee Yioun, the founder of Berjaya Corp Bhd, has upped his stake in Caring Pharmacy Group Bhd with the purchase of 3.1 million shares from Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB). [...]
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St Joseph's School Band overcomes challenges to win second place at European championship
KUCHING: The St Joseph's School Band has taken a commendable second place in the European Open Championship in Germany. [...]
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Toure signs for Chinese second tier club Qingdao
TOKYO (Reuters) - Former Barcelona and Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has joined Chinese second tier club Qingdao Huanghai, the League One leaders announced on social media on Wednesday. [...]
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As if by royal command, seven Britons make it into second round
LONDON (Reuters) - Tennis fan the Duchess of Cambridge swept into the All England Club on Tuesday and, as if by royal command, British players responded with a memorable day of home victories. [...]
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Vietnam’s economy expands 6.71% in second quarter on exports
HANOI: Vietnam’s economy grew at a faster pace in the second quarter than economists predicted, underpinned by foreign investment and export growth. [...]
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Rosmah's second solar project bribery case transferred to High Court
KUALA LUMPUR (June 28): Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor's second bribery case involving the solar panel project in Sarawak has been transferred to the High Court. Justice... [...]
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Federer seeded second at Wimbledon, Nadal drops to three
LONDON (Reuters) - Eight-time champion Roger Federer was confirmed as the second seed for Wimbledon on Wednesday, bumping Rafael Nadal down to third despite being ranked below the Spaniard. [...]
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Gary Neville gives verdict on Man Utd transfers as club continue to plot second signing
MANCHESTER UNITED legend Gary Neville has insisted that any transfer targets who are focussed solely on playing Champions League football are ‘not right’ for the club. [...]
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Apple will release a 16-inch MacBook Pro this year, a second analyst predicts     – CNET
Is this the heir apparent to the 17-inch Pro? [...]
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Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd close on second signing, Coutinho to Chelsea, Liverpool deal
TRANSFER NEWS LIVE updated - follow the latest news and gossip as Manchester United close in on a second deal, Philippe Coutinho makes a decision on his future and Liverpool eye another defender. [...]
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Rampant Jaguares lock up second spot in Super Rugby
(Reuters) - Argentina's Jaguares secured second spot in the Super Rugby standings with a rampant 52-10 victory over the Sunwolves in Buenos Aires on Friday as the playoff picture became a little clearer in the final round of the regular season. [...]
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Police: Orang Asli woman’s body to undergo second post-mortem after pneumonia revelation
Hazmat personnel from the Kelantan Fire and Rescue Department collect air samples at the Kuala Koh Orang Asli settlement in Gua Musang June 11, 2019. — Bernama pic GUA MUSANG, June 14 — The body of an Orang Asli woman from the Batek tribe, Puja Joh will be sent for a second post-mortem after the first revealed that she had died of pneumonia, said Kelantan Police chief Datuk Hasanuddin Hassan.He said the police were working to bring out the remains of the woman, who was in her 20s.“Puja’s grave has been discovered on a tree platform,” he told reporters at Dewan Felda Aring 10 here today.Puja is the second victim who was previously confirmed to have died of pneumonia on June 6.Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail visited the area and being briefed about the situation at the National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA) operation centre at the same hall.Also present were Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Senator P Waytha Moorthy and Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.Commenting on the development of Ops Batek, which enters its third day today, Hasanuddin said the search and recovery team had identified the location of the graves of the last four victims.He said two graves were found across a river while two others were deep in the forests.Hasanuddin said the police were also willing to extend the operation period if there was a possibility that the number of deaths was more than 12.The latest statistics showed that 103 Orang Asli have received treatment for the disease as at June 13, with 56 receiving outpatient treatment, 42 warded in normal wards, and five in the intensive care units of Gua Musang Hospital, Kuala Krai Hospital and Raja Perempuan Zainab II (HRPZII) Hospital in Kota Baru. — Bernama [...]
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Bangsar's The Ganga Cafe opens second outlet in PJ's Seapark area
Look for The Ganga Cafe at the row of shophouses in Seapark where KFC is located — Pictures by Lee Khang Yi PETALING JAYA, June 12 — PJ fans of The Ganga Cafe's wholesome Indian vegetarian food no longer have to trudge to Bangsar as the cafe has just opened a second outlet in the Seapark area.Since they first opened in 2014, they have won over many — including diehard meatarians — with their delicious food.Chef/owner Meeta Sheth, together with her husband Prabodh, opened up their hearts to serve food cooked without any artificial colouring, MSG or eggs. Devout Buddhists can also specially request meals cooked without any onions and garlic. Meeta Sheth and her group of chefs are ready to serve you food cooked from the heart The Ganga Cafe serves wholesome Indian vegetarian fare like this G-Light 'thali' set with brown rice that is healthier for you Currently, the new outlet is serving a scaled-down pre-launch menu as they are still in their soft opening stage.Throughout the day, they will be serving two choices of thali — standard and a G-light version. You can opt for brown rice or chapati with the thali set.Staples like nasi lemak, murtabak and mee goreng are also available. There's also the Hyderabad dum biryani with its fluffy rice grains scented with cumin and layered with mixed vegetables.Of course, one must tuck into their made-to-order thosai, naan and roti. Snacks such as pakora, pani poori and aloo chaat are also available. For a light meal, order up a crispy 'rava thosai' A full menu will be introduced after their grand opening slated for June 21. This would include their crowd favourite, the Tawa Masala Sizzler served on a hotplate where ladies fingers curry is paired with vegetables, cottage cheese curry and cumin rice. In addition, Meeta will be including a small selection of Western vegetarian items, popularised at Barat, their sister restaurant. This includes their roast pumpkin soup, creamy avocado sandwich and a Mediterranean vege burger.  Once an order is placed, they'll make your 'murtabak' and 'thosai' for you And for future Sundays, look forward to The Ganga Cafe's iconic buffet spread. Meeta tells us that they will definitely start offering their vegetarian buffet once they are settled in.So why Seapark?  "I like a challenge," Meeta said with a smile. What she noticed at their Bangsar outlet was their clientele were mainly Chinese and Europeans. She added, "We thought why don't we open here rather than Mont Kiara or Brickfields."Unfamiliar with the area, Meeta took the time to survey the surroundings and discovered there's a gap here for The Ganga Cafe. "We see a synergy as there's no proper Indian vegetarian restaurant around here." The place has a simple set-up using furniture inherited from the previous restaurant At the end of April, this shoplot landed on their laps. Previously another restaurant, Meeta even inherited their furniture.After some renovations, they opened their doors this week. With a bigger kitchen space here compared to Bangsar, Meeta also has plans to do catering.The Ganga Cafe, 24, Jalan 21/19, Sea Park, Petaling Jaya. Open daily from 10am to 10pm. Tel: 03-7494 3826. https://www.facebook.com/thegangacafe/ [...]
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Malaysia whip Timor Leste again in second leg of 2022 World Cup qualifier's first round
BUKIT JALIL: The national team continued their mean streak as they whipped Timor Leste 5-1 in the second leg of the first round of the 2022 World Cup qualifier on Tuesday (June 11). [...]
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