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JOHN CAMERON-UNSPLASHSMC Global Power Holdings Corp., the energy arm of San Miguel Corp., is readying to sell “battery” power to the public at P2-3 per kilowatt-hour, as soon as it gets the permit to do so. It has so far completed a network of battery

USER6702303-FREEPIKRAISING FUNDS for some advocacy, including personal needs, makes a simple proposition: the wealthy, or even just well-to-do, should feel remorse if they refuse to help the needy. In a material world where money or influence is only given in exchange for desired goods and

TOKYO – Japan‘s government is considering tapping funds under an account set aside for foreign exchange intervention to pay for an expected increase in defense spending, Kyodo news agency reported on Tuesday.The government could also issue additional bonds until a decision is made on whether to raise taxes as a long-term source of funding for the scheduled spending increase, Kyodo said without

BEIJING – Three Chinese astronauts arrived on Wednesday at China’s space station for the first in-orbit crew rotation in Chinese space history, launching operation of the second inhabited outpost in low-Earth orbit after the NASA-led International Space Station.The spacecraft Shenzhou-15, or “Divine Vessel”, and its three passengers lifted off atop a Long March-2F rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch

STOCK PHOTO | Image by Pexels from PixabayALMATY – McDonald’s licensee in Kazakhstan was forced to temporarily close its restaurants this month after cutting ties with Russian companies and running out of supplies, three sources with knowledge of the situation told Reuters.The case highlights supply issues faced by many Kazakh businesses in the wake of Russia‘s invasion of Ukraine and

SINGAPORE – Olivia Chiong and her wife feel like the Singapore government has made clear to them and their two children that they don’t belong in the city-state.So this week’s vote by Singapore‘s parliament to decriminalize gay sex changed nothing about the family’s painful decision to leave rather than see their children denied schooling – because their legal status