The New York Times
· We Still Like It Hot →
The film plays appearances, with drag, lies, falsity (and falsies), including in that hilarious bit when Sugar tells Joe, who’s now pretending to be Junior, the Shell Oil scion with the Cary Grant voice, that “I’ve never been completely alone with a man before — in the middle of the night — in the middle of the ocean.” The first clause is a winking lie; the rest of the sentence a delicious joke.
· Karl Toko Ekambi: Cameroon forward signs four-year contract with Lyon →
Lyon exercised an option to buy the player in a deal worth $12.86m plus add-ons which includes a sell-on clause of 15% of any future transfer.
· Australia-India Relations: What to Expect From the Modi-Morrison Virtual Summit →
India and Australia could not agree over certain clauses of RCEP, mainly regarding market access over agriculture and dairy products (concerns regarding market access for Chinese goods were also a major concern for New Delhi).
· Lyon make Cameroon forward Ekambi's move permanent →
Lyon exercised an option to buy the player in a deal worth 11.5 million euros (US$12.86 million) plus add ons which includes a sell-on clause of 15per cent of any future transfer.
· Putin rushes to move on from COVID-19 with vote on reforms →
In a last-minute twist, in March he bowed to a plea from MP Valentina Tereshkova, the first woman in space, and agreed to a clause allowing his previous terms not to be counted.
· Defending Dr M, Bersatu deputy minister tells Perikatan govt to ‘jaga kau’ at July Parliament sitting →
On May 28, Dr Mahathir along with Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah and Maszlee Malik were given letters signed by Bersatu’s organising secretary Muhammad Suhaimi Yahya stating that their party memberships were terminated according to clauses 10.2.2 and 10.2.3 of the party’s constitution.
· Former Pollen employees were asked to sign an 'NDA masked as a severance agreement' →
When the word-of-mouth marketing company laid off 69 staff from its various U.S. and Canada entities last month, axed staff were asked to sign a severance agreement that included a clause prohibiting them from disclosing the content of the agreement, including to current and former employees.
· Malaysian deputy works minister says he is prepared to resign, mulls return to Pakatan Harapan →
Last week, letters were issued to Dr Mahathir and four other lawmakers by Bersatu's executive secretary Muhammad Suhaimi Yahya, informing them that their party memberships were terminated according to clauses 10.2.2 and 10.2.3 of the party's constitution.
· Bersatu five, including Dr M, insist still members as they have never joined any other political party →
In a joint statement today, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir, Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman, Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah and Maszlee Malik said their actions on the May 18 parliamentary sitting as detailed by the letter informing them on their expulsion against Clause 10.2.2 and 10.2.3 of Bersatu’s constitution is invalid as they were denied the chance to defend and explain themselves to the party.