NSTletters Not all artists end up being the copyright owners of their works. The copyright of works of artists that are commissioned or purchased by a third party belongs to that third party. Mural
It is indeed refreshing to see these wonderful paintings. Allow me to share that murals are copyrightable work s, whereby these artworks enjoy copyright protection under the Malaysian Copyright Act 1987 (CA).
ERL launches RM1 special fare for all stops this weekend
KUALA LUMPUR: A special fare of only RM1 per ticket for the Express Rail Link (ERL) will run through the weekend.
China tested new space capability with hypersonic missile: Financial Times | New Straits TimesNSTworld China has tested a new space capability with a hypersonic missile, the Financial Times reported on Saturday.
Readjusting to pre-Covid times | New Straits TimesNSTletters In the first seven months of this year, there were 638 suicide cases — a 143 per cent increase compared with 262 in the same period last year. MentalHealth mentalillness
Melaka, not the first time state polls held on their own | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The Melaka State Election, which will take place next month, will not be the first such polls to take place outside the ambit of the General Election.
Melaka voters geared up for polls under new norms | New Straits TimesNSTnation 'As the rakyat, all we want is a smooth and safe state election. We do not want to see new clusters emerge after the election because fullyvaccinated people can still get infected.' StateElection Melaka
Covid-19 recoveries surpass total number of new cases | New Straits TimesNSTnation A total 9,231 recoveries were recorded yesterday. As of yesterday, 2,270,520 people who contracted Covid-19 have recovered from the virus. kitajagakita getvaccinated ReopeningSafely
New Japan PM sends offering to controversial Yasukuni shrine | New Straits TimesTOKYO: Japan’s new prime minister on Sunday sent a ritual offering to the controversial Yasukuni shrine that honours the war dead but is seen by neighbouring countries as a symbol of Tokyo’s past militarism.