News Desk (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Fri, September 23, 2022 2022-09-23 14:15 0 653438bc42be6680ce39d10d73dff072 1 Society jakarta,survey,BPS,happiness-index,Banten,traffic-jam,pollution Free The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) has announced in its happiness index that Banten province, Jakarta and Papua are among the least happy provinces in … [Read more...] about Banten, Jakarta among least happy regions in Indonesia
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Japan is expected to waive visa requirements for certain tourists and remove a limit on daily arrivals in October as it aims to benefit from a rebound in global tourism, Nikkei reported on Thursday. Following the change, Japan will not require visas for short-term travelers from the United States and certain other countries, and will scrap the daily entry cap of 50,000 … [Read more...] about Japan set to resume visa-free tourist travel in October
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Japan will drop Covid-19 border controls from Oct. 11, 2022, Bloomberg reported . Prime Minister Fumio Kishida made the announcement during a press conference in New York on Sep. 22. Individual visitors will be allowed to enter, visa requirements will be removed for visitors from … [Read more...] about S’poreans can go to Japan visa-free for up to 90 days from Oct. 11, 2022
Police in China’s far western region of Xinjiang have detained four internet users, accusing them of spreading rumours about an outbreak of Covid-19. The four were ordered to serve between five and 10 days of administrative detention in Yining, a city in the Ili Kazakh autonomous prefecture, police said in a statement on Sunday. “[The detainees] spread rumours on the … [Read more...] about Chinese internet users detained over Xinjiang Covid-19 outbreak ‘rumours’
BENGALURU – Harish Pullanoor spent his weekends in the late 1980s tramping around the marshes and ponds of Yemalur, an area then on the eastern edge of the Indian metropolis of Bengaluru, where his cousins would join him catching small freshwater fish. In the 1990s, Bengaluru, once a genteel city of gardens, lakes and a cool climate, rapidly became India's answer to Silicon … [Read more...] about Traffic, water shortages, now floods: The slow death of India’s tech hub?