Ramadan for PJ’s urban poor
While Ramadan is one of the biggest events on the Muslim calendar, it marks no break for families like Kak Nani's which continue their daily struggle to put food on the table.
Sarawakians going home for Raya, come what may
Many Sarawakians working in the peninsula have been saving their earnings as well as their leave in order to return to their home towns this festive season.
At Ramadan bazaar in Kuching, traders hope to bounce back from pandemic losses
They are glad to be able to participate in the bazaar again after two years, and to meet up with their friends and fellow vendors once more.
Don’t take children to Ramadan bazaars, parents urged
Deputy Health Minister Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali says only 38% of children have been vaccinated so far.
Klang Valley mosques prepare for livelier Ramadan this year
But while things are better than they were during the movement control order periods, they are still not the same as they were before the onset of Covid-19.
With Ramadan comes a world of worries for urban poor
Even as the country gears up for the fasting month and Hari Raya, families living below the poverty line find it difficult to plan beyond the next day.
Indonesia scraps travel quarantine, eases curbs on Ramadan traditions
The easing of restrictions follows a decline in Covid-19 cases in the Southeast Asian archipelago, which battled an Omicron-fuelled surge earlier this year.
Get vaccinated and boosted ahead of Ramadan, Khairy tells seniors
Of the 105 deaths reported yesterday, he says the highest number was recorded among the unvaccinated across every age group.
Post-Ramadan Covid-19 outbreaks alarming Indonesians
Informal estimates indicate cases could be far higher than the nearly two million known infections, which is among Asia’s highest caseloads.
Cops probing Ramadan surau activities that led to Kelantan cluster
Worshippers have admitted to conducting religious activities during the movement control order without physical distancing and with the lights switched off to avoid detection.
Ramadan lights shine through Covid cloud
Muslims in Malaysia from every walk of life prepare to mark another Raya under Covid-19 lockdown, observing age-old traditions as best they can according to health SOPs.
Mosques full despite Pakistan’s third wave of Covid
Authorities in Pakistan have turned a blind eye to religious gatherings, fearing a crackdown could ignite widespread confrontation in the deeply conservative Islamic republic.