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BN’s big win comes as a shock, says Anwar
PETALING JAYA: Anwar Ibrahim has described the Barisan Nasional’s landslide victory at the Tanjung Piai by-election tonight as a shock and clear message to the Pakatan Harapan leadership.
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Will PH deliver on their promises now, says MCA
PONTIAN: MCA president Wee Ka Siong has questioned if Pakatan Harapan would implement projects promised for Tanjung Piai, after losing the parliamentary seat to Barisan Nasional in the by-election tod...
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Najib fails to get 1MDB-linked trial postponed
KUALA LUMPUR • Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak has failed in his attempt to delay one of his court trials relating to troubled state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). Najib's def...
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Too early for PBS to enter electoral pacts, says Ongkili
PENAMPANG: Opposition party PBS has shot down a proposal to form an electoral pact with other Sabah parties, with its president Maximus Ongkili saying the time is not right to form alliances.
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Another pygmy elephant found dead in Kinabatangan
KINABATANGAN: The carcass of another Borneo pygmy elephant was discovered in Sukau, Kinabatangan today.
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Police remand seven male students over rape in Tawau
TAWAU: Seven 17-year-old male students were remanded for three days from today to help in investigation over the alleged rape of a female student at a school in the district.
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Heavy penalty awaits those lending cars to foreigners without licence
GEORGE TOWN: Police have warned of stern action against those who lend their cars to foreigners without a driving licence, especially if it results in fatal accidents.
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Congress no place for leaders who disrespect party, PKR Youth secretary tells Baru Bian
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 16 — PKR Youth secretary Syukri Razab has chastised Sarawak chapter chairman Baru Bian for postponing its convention on November 23, until the issue of deputy president Datuk Seri ...
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Separation of powers needed for IPCMC, says Pahang CID chief
KUALA TERENGGANU: A senior police officer has called for separation of powers for the proposed Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) to prevent fraud and abuse of power and unjust action...
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Indonesia explores economic opportunities with Labuan as it relocates capital
Indonesia has identified various economic and investment areas in which it can cooperate with Labuan in line with the plan to shift its capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan.
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Cenbet: Paul Young should not resume duties until he’s acquitted of rape
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 16 — A centrist rights group has called on Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and senior Pakatan Harapan leaders to force Perak DAP state legislative assemblyman Paul Yong Choo...
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Baru: RM1.2b saved via Pan Borneo cost rationalisation
KUCHING: The cost rationalisation process for the Pan Borneo Highway (PBH) project has to date resulted in savings of RM1.2 billion.
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Seven CCRC Sungai Ruan inmates escape
KUANTAN: Seven inmates of the Sungai Ruan Cure and Care Rehabilitation Centre (CCRC) in Raub, 216km from here, have escaped from the centre today.
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5G roll out likely to begin middle of next year, says minister
JASIN, Nov 16 — Roll out of 5G will most likely begin in the middle of next year for areas and industries that need it, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo.
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Immigration Department nabs 52 illegals in Rawang, Shah Alam
KUALA LUMPUR: The Immigration Department detained 52 illegal immigrants in raids carried out at two industrial areas in Rawang and Shah Alam, Selangor, yesterday.
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Police seek Interpol’s help to track down suspects in death threat case
GEORGE TOWN: Police are seeking the assistance of Interpol and other agencies to track down three Chinese nationals who allegedly threatened to kill a company director in Bukit Gambir here on Nov 5.
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MEF urged to reconsider number of days given for paternity leave
IPOH: The Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has been urged to reconsider the decision to only grant paternity leave for three days instead of seven days to husbands whose wives have given birth.
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Tahfiz institution not a place to house troubled teens: Analysts
MALACCA: Parents need to see and respect tahfiz institutions as centres to learn the Quran and Islam, not as a moral rehabilitation centre for troubled and juvenile delinquents.
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Wisma Putra will continue to monitor the situation in Bolivia: Saifuddin
KUANTAN: Wisma Putra will continue to monitor closely the development in Bolivia following political unrest in the country, said Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
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Body of autistic boy found in Sungai Merab
BANGI: The body of an 11-year-old autistic boy who reportedly slipped and fell into Sungai Merab here yesterday was found this morning.
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Sabah police: Demolish squatter houses linked to criminal activities
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have proposed that the government demolish squatter houses, especially those in water villages that are known for criminal activities.
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Malaysia, Holy See to promote peaceful coexistence
Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah with the Friendship Group of Inter-Religious Services (FGIS) during the Farewell Hi-Tea Holy See Ambassador to Malaysia, Joseph Marino (four from left) at Wis...
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Good news for Malaysia as France moves to delay end of tax break on palm oil
Teresa Kok KUALA LUMPUR: The move by France to delay until 2026 the end of palm oil’s tax advantages instead of next year is a piece of good news for palm oil-producing countries like Malaysia, Pri...
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Employers want gov't to pay for paternity leave - Kulasegaran
Employers in the private sector are willing to grant a seven-day paternity leave to workers if the government can bear their salary for that period, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran (above...
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Sultan Nazrin confers state awards to 241 recipients
KUALA KANGSAR: The Sultan of Perak Sultan Nazrin Shah today presented state awards and medals to 241 recipients in conjunction with his 63rd birthday celebration.
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Kelantan to request funds for ‘gender-segregated’ public swimming pools
KOTA BHARU: Kelantan will seek an allocation from the federal government to build public swimming pools in the state, said State Youth, Sports and Non-Governmental Organisation Committee chairman Wan ...
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Malaysian students in Hong Kong will be evacuated if unrest worsens: Maszlee
PARIS: The Malaysian Education Ministry (MOE) will evacuate about 400 Malaysian students in Hong Kong if the situation there threatens their safety.
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Two nabbed for fish bombing in Pulau Gaya
KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): The Kota Kinabalu Marine Police Force (PPM) detained two men and seized a boat, on suspicion of being involved in fish bombing activities...
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New regulations for basikal lajak needed - expert
In view of the rising number of teenagers involved in riding basikal lajak (illegally modified bicycle) and performing stunts on public roads, there has been a proposal for Malaysia to emulate other c...
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Witness in Cradle Fund CEO murder denies fabricating statement
SHAH ALAM: A former policewoman today told the High Court here that her statement as a witness to the murder case of Cradle Fund chief executive officer (CEO) Nazrin Hassan is not fabricated.
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