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Racial politics played by desperate parties – Dr M
Dr Mahathir Mohamad KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the people behind the racial politics currently being played in the country were those who were desperate following the l...
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I’m not afraid of being probed by IPCMC, says IGP
JERANTUT: Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said today he is not afraid to face investigation by the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) if there is any report ...
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Govt to bear RM10.3b in Tabung Haji’s rescue and restructuring plan
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will bear RM10.3 billion premium to ensure the financial health of Lembaga Tabung Haji (LTH) is restored as part of the rescue and restructuring plan of the pilgrimage fun...
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World Briefs : Najib asks court to postpone trial
KUALA LUMPUR • Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak has asked the High Court to postpone his trial for allegedly tampering with sovereign wealth fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad's (1MDB) aud...
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Sarawak govt slammed for barring entry to Electoral Reform Committee member
PETALING JAYA: A PPBM Supreme Council member has slammed the Sarawak state government after a member of the Electoral Reform Committee (ERC), Wong Chin Huat, was barred from entering the state today.
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NGO urges govt to investigate possible undue influence in Teoh Beng Hock case
PETALING JAYA: A non-governmental organisation has urged the government to conduct a thorough investigation on possible undue influence and monetary benefits involved in the inquest into the death of ...
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Police nab four suspected robbers, recover 81 handbags worth RM6m
KUALA LUMPUR: Police arrested four men and recovered 81 Hermes brand handbags worth RM6 million which the ‘Raju Gang’ robbed from a bungalow in Jalan Duta on Oct 3.
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Enforcement measures being taken to curb vaping among students — Health Ministry
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry is already taking enforcement measures to curb sale of electronic cigarettes containing nicotine fluids to those aged below 18 years, especially school children, say...
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Sarawak, Sabah should each have own High Court, says lawyer
MIRI: Sabah and Sarawak ought to have their own respective High Court and Chief Justice to reflect the equal partner spirit in the formation of Malaysian in 1963, says lawyer Datuk Lawrence Lai.
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Human Resources Ministry to come up with list of critical jobs
KUALA LUMPUR: The Human Resources Ministry Is preparing a list of jobs categorised as critical, as a guideline for students in choosing courses to further their studies at the tertiary level.
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Public urged to notify health ministry on sub-standard cosmetics
KUALA LUMPUR: The public is urged to notify the Health Ministry on sub-standard cosmetics, especially those sold online.
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Viral video: Same old, same old, says Aziz Bari
IPOH: Perak DAP deputy chairman Dr Abdul Aziz Bari (pix) said certain people were up to their old tricks again just before the State Assembly sitting tomorrow.
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Man charged with stabbing pregnant wife sent for mental examination
KUALA LUMPUR: An assistant audio engineer at a television station was charged in the sessions court here today with voluntarily causing hurt to his heavily-pregnant wife.
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Malaysia’s population stands at 32.63 million, men outnumber women
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia’s population in the third quarter of 2019 is estimated at 32.63 million people, an increase of 0.6%, from 32.43 million during the same period last year, according to the Departm...
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FAA downgrade will have little impact on VMY2020, bulk of tourists not from Europe, US, says Deputy Tourism Minister
KUALA LUMPUR: The recent air safety rating downgrade by the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) will have limited impact on tourist arrivals in conjunction with...
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WWF praises Sabah’s conservation efforts despite multiple jumbo deaths
KOTA KINABALU: WWF-Malaysia has given Sabah the thumbs up for its efforts at wildlife conservation despite the spate of elephant deaths this year.
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India offers 300 scholarships to Malaysian students: Maszlee
PARIS: The government of India is offering full scholarships to 300 Malaysian students to pursue their tertiary studies.
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Federal government not involved with the appointment of village committee members
KUALA LUMPUR: The federal government does not interfere in the appointments of the members of the Village Committee Management Council (MPKK), said Deputy Rural Development Minister, R. Sivarasa (pix)...
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Man in Malaysia killed after crashing into buffalo
KOTA KINABALU - A buffalo caused an accident in an unlit stretch of road that killed a shop assistant in Sabah while across the South China Sea, another buffalo caused a stir in the tourism hub of Me...
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Manager refuses to surrender elephant tusks, seeks trial
TAWAU: A plantation manager in Kalabakan pleaded not guilty in the sessions court here yesterday to a charge of failing to surrender two tusks belonging to an elephant which was shot dead in September...
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Chin Huat barred from entering Sarawak despite needing medical help
Academic Wong Chin Huat was barred by the Sarawak Immigration Department from entering the state this evening, and his plea for medical attention fell on deaf ears until he managed to seek the interve...
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Rep: Don’t politicise education in Sarawak
Dr Johnical Rayong KUCHING: Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB) Youth chief Dr Johnical Rayong is urging the federal government not to politicise education in Sarawak.
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'Buy Muslim First' campaign drastically reduced prices of goods - PAS MP
Che Abdullah Mat Nawi (PAS-Tumpat) has claimed that the "Buy Muslim First” (BMF) campaign has led to a drastic reduction in the price of goods.
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Suspected elephant killer arrested for possessing shotgun and elephant tusks
KUALA LUMPUR: A 51-year-old suspected elephant killer was arrested for the illegal possession of a shotgun and elephant tusks at his house in Kampung Sugi in Gua Musang on Tuesday.
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Retiree fined RM5,000 for posting fake news on Facebook against Jakim
KUALA LUMPUR: A retiree was fined RM5,000 by the sessions court here today for posting false information on the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) through his Facebook page three years a...
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India resumes buying Malaysian palm oil as Kuala Lumpur offers discount: Traders
MUMBAI: Indian refiners have resumed buying Malaysian palm oil after a gap of nearly a month and contracted around 70,000 tonnes of shipments in December as Kuala Lumpur has been offering a US$5 per ...
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Johor plans to extend free water scheme to M40 group
PONTIAN: The Johor state government plans to extend its free water scheme to the middle-income (M40) group and also increase the volume from the 10 cubic metres now to 15 or 20 cubic metres.
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82 chikungunya cases reported in Batang Padang district in Perak
IPOH: A total of 82 cases of the mosquito-borne viral infection chikungunya have been reported in Batang Padang district in Perak as of Nov 12.
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Latheefa calls on private sector be be ready for new corporate liability offence
MACC has called on the private sector to get ready for the implementation of Section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act, a new statutory corporate liability offence that will come int...
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Minister downplays Indian boycott after latest palm oil deal signed
PUTRAJAYA: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok said that only a segment of Indian palm oil importers is part of the boycott of Malaysian products, after an agreement was inked between a Malaysian c...
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Malaysia to invest in data analytics to pursue spirit of mobility in education: Maszlee
PARIS: Malaysia strives to include the spirit of mobility in education by, among others, investing in predictive data analytics, said Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik (pix).
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While Muafakat sings gloom, Kit Siang points to triumphs
Although Muafakat Nasional has painted the Pakatan Harapan administration as a failure, DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang said credible organisations abroad are saying otherwise.
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Dr M: Putrajaya wants to know reason for CAAM downgrade
PONTIAN, Nov 14 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government wanted to know the reason for the US Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) move to downgrade the Civil Aviation Autho...
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Singapore water issue a legacy of Mahathir: Malaysian minister
The unresolved issue of the price of water sold to Singapore was a legacy of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong (BN-Ayer Hitam) (pic).
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Guard laughs as Malaysia court passes death sentence
A security guard charged with murdering two colleagues in 2017 laughed when the Shah Alam High Court sentenced him to death, Sinar Harian reported.
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