Almost 50% of buildings in Selangor without fire certificate
Such premises include factories, office buildings, shopping centres and hotels.
Western New York braces for winter's first major snow storm, schools to close
Visibility is expected to drop to zero, creating 'white-out' conditions and making travel nearly impossible.
Hurricane Orlene could bring flash floods, mudslides to Mexico
Orlene, which is packing maximum sustained winds, with higher gusts, is projected to pass near or over Mexico's Islas Marias, the National Hurricane Center says.
India pushes back six car airbags rule by a year to Oct 2023
The move, aimed at improving safety in a country that has the world's deadliest roads, was initially planned for Oct 1, 2022, but faced resistance from some carmakers.
India asks Amazon to remove seatbelt alarm blockers in road safety push
Though the sale of the metal clips is not illegal, such devices and broader road safety issues have come under closer scrutiny after Indian tycoon Cyrus Mistry died in a car crash.
India aims to finalise six-airbags rule by year-end to beef up road safety
The renewed push comes after Cyrus Mistry, the former chairman of Indian conglomerate Tata Sons, died in a car crash on Sunday, reigniting the road safety debate in the world's fourth-largest car market.
Tinder lets users run background checks before dates
The app's parent firm Match Group announced it would begin offering access to Garbo, a new US online background check platform that can show if someone has a history of violence.
Make sure that balconies of high-rise buildings are safe for children
To prevent any tragedies involving children and balconies, safety measures should be integrated into the structure of the building itself.
Facebook will try to ‘nudge’ teens away from harmful content
This comes after US senators last week grilled Facebook on its plans to better protect young users on its apps.
Put an end to the tragic incidents at the SUKE highway project
So many incidents happening in such a short period of time should be a sign to the authorities that something is not right.
YouTube to roll out parent-approved accounts for tweens
The move responds to concerns about violence and other inappropriate content which may be viewed by minors on the massive video-sharing platform.