The Malaysian Pulse
Beat of the Nation
Wed, 13 Nov 2019, 2:06 AM
ADVERTISE with The Malaysian Pulse
The Borneo Post:
Share
91 per cent turnout of early voters for Tanjung Piai by-election
PONTIAN: The early voting for the Tanjung Piai parliamentary by-election was completed yesterday with almost 100 per cent turnout of the 280 early voters.
More:
Show more (84)
The Borneo Post:
Share
FAA downgrade may affect Malaysia Airlines’ codeshare deals
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian carriers, including Malaysia Airlines, will have their operations and codeshares to and from the United States (US) limited to the existing levels following the US Federal Avia...
More:
Show more (17)
Malaysiakini:
Share
Rainsy: Right time to return to Cambodia
Self-exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy says it is the right time for him to return to his home country due to a unique combination of internal and external pressures facing the Cambodian g...
More:
The Borneo Post:
Share
Nov 28 hearing for 1MDB-linked forfeiture suit against PBRS
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here yesterday fixed Nov 28 for hearing the prosecution’s application to forfeit RM1 million of Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah (PBRS) money which is allegedly linked to the ...
More:
The Star:
Share
CAAM admits to shortcomings, says it will bounce back within one year
PUTRAJAYA: The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) says it will be able to bounce back as a Category One Aviation Regulator by the US Federal Aviation...
More:
theSun:
Share
Deranged son stabs mother to death in Kuantan
KUANTAN: A woman died after she was stabbed in the neck by her son, who is believed to be mentally ill.
More:
theSun:
Share
Former special officer of DAP assemblyman jailed three years and fined RM7,000
GEORGE TOWN: The magistrate’s court here today imposed a jail term of three years and a fine of RM7,000 on a former special officer to a DAP state assemblyman, after he was found guilty of outraging...
More:
Malaysiakini:
Share
Lawyer vows to continue challenging constitutionality of vernacular schools
Lawyer Mohd Khairul Azam Abdul Aziz has vowed to continue challenging the constitutionality of vernacular schools and will next file papers in the High Court.
More:
theSun:
Share
Transport ministry calls for safety videos to be aired on tour and express buses
SEMENYIH: The Transport Ministry yesterday called on tour and express bus operators to ensure safety videos were aired on board, for the benefit of passengers.
More:
theSun:
Share
Exco’s rape case: Prosecution applies protection for witnesses
IPOH: The prosecution in the rape case involving Perak state executive council member (exco) Paul Yong Choo Kiong today applied for its witnesses, including the victim, to be given the protected witne...
More:
The Borneo Post:
Share
AirAsia stops cigarette sales on board and online
Fernandes (fourth right) said the airline has implemented a company wide smoke- and vape-free environment at 120 offices and stations across Asia Pacific.
More:
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
SPM candidate among 23 held over riot in Sungai Siput
SUNGAI SIPUT: Police detained 23 men, including a Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) candidate, in connection with a riot in front of a restaurant at Persiaran Waterfront here early today.
More:
The Borneo Post:
Share
S’wak govt approves RM30 million for Micro Credit Scheme set for SMEs
THE Sarawak government has approved an allocation of RM30 million for the Sarawak Micro Credit Scheme.
More:
theSun:
Share
Johor ready to act as mediator for the 1962 Water Agreement: MB
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government is ready to act as a mediator between the federal government and Singapore for the negotiations pertaining to the 1962 Water Agreement, according to Johor Mentri Besar...
More:
theSun:
Share
Petrol companies encouraged to sell products below govt prices
PUTRAJAYA: Petroleum products can be retailed below the government stipulated prices as competition among petroleum companies, according to Domestic Trade, Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifudd...
More:
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
DAP says no action on Liu over comments on Dr M
PETALING JAYA: There will be no disciplinary action against DAP’s Ronnie Liu over his criticism of Dr Mahathir Mohamad last month, the party’s Disciplinary Committee chief Chong Chieng Jen said.
More:
theSun:
Share
Federal Court denies TNB leave to appeal in Bertam Valley residents’ lawsuit
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court here today dismissed Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s (TNB) application for leave to appeal in the lawsuit brought by residents of Bertam Valley, Cameron Highlands against the comp...
More:
theSun:
Share
Fake reporter pleads guilty to causing grievous hurt to CEO
KUALA LUMPUR: A man, claiming to be a part-time stringer, pleaded guilty in the sessions court here to a charge of causing grievous hurt to a female CEO last Friday.
More:
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
Sarawak rep claims legal counsel’s wife confronted her over state assembly speech
KUCHING: A DAP leader who said vested interests by several Sarawak officials were in the way of the state’s attempt to get a fair deal from Petronas today said she had been harassed by the wife of o...
More:
theSun:
Share
Married couple detained for alleged murder of their baby
SEPANG: Police arrested a married couple last week on suspicion of abusing their four-month-old baby boy which led to his death.
More:
The Borneo Post:
Share
Juanda: ‘Ulun’ used in debate not meant to stir racial issues
Juanda (seated, middle) speaking to the media while accompanied by other assemblymen.
More:
theSun:
Share
Police arrest Namibian man suspected of strangling girlfriend to death
SEPANG: A Namibian man has been arrested to assist with the investigations into the discovery of a dismembered Nigerian woman’s body at an apartment in Cyberjaya last Wednesday.
More:
theSun:
Share
22 schools in Bagan parliamentary constituency to undergo refurbishment
BUTTERWORTH: Twenty-two schools in the Bagan parliamentary constituency here will be refurbished within a five-year period from last year involving an estimated allocation of RM10 million.
More:
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
Ministry welcomes ‘consensus’ by MTUC, MEF on labour law amendments
PETALING JAYA: The human resources ministry today welcomed the reported consensus reached between the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) and Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) on certain amendme...
More:
theSun:
Share
Malacca police nab pusher, seize syabu worth RM400,000
MALACCA: A suspected drug pusher was detained with 8.2 kg of syabu worth RM400,000 in the Taman Dimensi area, Alor Gajah here, last Saturday.
More:
theSun:
Share
Selangor’s water treatment plants recent shutdowns due to contamination
SHAH ALAM: The Selangor state legislative assembly was today told contamination was the reason the water treatment plants in the state had to be shut down 744 times from 2008 until June this year.
More:
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
CAAM looks to the skies as it seeks to become independent body
PUTRAJAYA: The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) is looking to the industry to fund it as it seeks to become a statutory independent body.
More:
Free Malaysia Today:
Share
CEO did not resign over FAA downgrade, says civil aviation authority
PUTRAJAYA: The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) today denied that the resignation of its CEO, Ahmad Nizar Zolfakar, was linked to its recent downgrade by the US Federal Aviation Authority.
More:
theSun:
Share
Malaysian villagers believed to be aiding foreign poachers
KUALA LUMPUR: Local villagers including the indigenous communities are believed to be aiding foreign wildlife poachers in stealing rich flora and fauna from Malaysian forests.
More:
theSun:
Share
Most victims of Macau, African scams are women: Hannah Yeoh
KUALA LUMPUR: Women make up a majority of the victims of the Macau and African scams in the country, according to Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh (pix).
More:
The Borneo Post:
Share
Details of adoptive parents included in adopted child’s birth cert from next year, DUN told
Fatimah speaking to journalists at State Legislative Assembly’s building media room yesterday while the ministry’s permanent secretary Dr Saadiah Abdul Samat.
More:
AsiaOne:
Share
Monty, is that you? Firemen capture 80kg python believed to have swallowed goat, cat
IPOH - A team of firemen successfully captured an 80kg python here on Tuesday (Nov 11), after they received an emergency call at 8:40am.
More:
theSun:
Share
Poachers use bombs to catch wild boars
KOTA KINABALU: Poachers have taken it to land and creatively serve up deadly rounds of “bom babi” to catch their next meal, according to WWF-Malaysia. A straightforward and fitting name, the prim...
More:
theSun:
Share
Govt pays RM14 billion in interest for 1MDB debts until next year
JAKARTA: The government has to pay almost RM14 billion in interest for 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) debts until next year, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah (pix).
More:
© 2017-2019 The Malaysian Pulse by Belian Tech PLT. All Rights Reserved.
Free Car Sticker Disclaimer hello@beliantech.com