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Malaysia PKR Youth No. 2 in open rebellion against chief, backs deputy president Azmin Ali
PETALING JAYA  - The No. 2 leader of Parti Keadilan Rakyat's (PKR) youth wing, Mr Muhammad Hilman Idham, lashed out at top party leaders for breaking tradition, as an internal feud continues to roi...
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‘What was the purpose of the audit?’ Witness says former A-G grumbled over changes to 1MDB report
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — Then Auditor-General (A-G) Tan Sri Ambrin Buang appeared disturbed upon leaving a meeting with government and 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) officials who sought to alter...
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Tun M ticks off PH MPs after lack of quorum in Dewan Rakyat
KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has questioned the attitude and professionalism of some Pakatan Harapan (PH) lawmakers after a lack of quorum on Wednesday forced the Dewan Rakyat sitting to be d...
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140,000 holders of IMM13, Kad Bancian and Pas Burung Burung
Shafie, Jahid KOTA KINABALU: Tamparuli assemblyman Datuk Jahid Jahim is concerned about the basis the Pas Sementara Sabah (PSS) will be issued compared to why the IMM13, Kad Bancian and Pas Burung Bu...
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Fahmi: PKR to discuss PM’s ‘they can sack me’ comment, but likely just a quip
KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's statement that Pakatan Harapan can sack him from his post as Prime Minister will be discussed during PKR's...
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Malaysian ‘fake liquor king’ arrested in Bangkok
BANGKOK: A Malaysian dubbed ‘David, king of fake liquor’ by Thai authorities, was arrested here on Monday after he was suspected of producing counterfeit liquor.
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Umno MPs reconcile with kisses on cheeks after near-scuffle (VIDEO)
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 20 — After nearly coming to blows this afternoon, Umno MPs Datuk Seri Ismail Mohamed Said (Kuala Krau) and Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (Pasir Salak) have reconciled in Parliam...
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Let students decide the courses they want to study, says lecturer
Karambir Singh MIRI: Putrajaya’s proposed move to provide a list of jobs which are becoming irrelevant in Malaysia should only be advisory and students must have the liberty to choose their courses...
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Malaysian bus driver's last act saved 20 lives
GEORGE TOWN - A bus driver who suffered a fatal heart attack managed to pull the hand brake in time and save the lives of 20 Chinese tourists before the vehicle crashed.
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Palm oil more sustainable than rivals, says Italian think tank
KUALA LUMPUR: An Italian think tank has defended the palm oil industry against accusations that it degrades the environment, saying it uses land more efficiently than do industries producing competing...
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Motion to debate Israel air strike allowed
DEWAN Rakyat has allowed an emergency motion to debate Israel’s recent air attacks on Gaza which claimed more than 30 lives.
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Militant Yazid held under Pota freed
KUALA LUMPUR: Militant Yazid Sufaat has been freed after serving two years in prison under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (Pota).
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Public gives differing views on substitute mandatory death sentence
KOTA KINABALU: Five Town Hall sessions of the special committee set up to study alternatives to mandatory death sentence have obtained differing feedback from the people.
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Test flight for 'flying car' was not authorised, say CAAM
PETALING JAYA: The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) clarified it did not authorise a test flight for a ‘flying car’ or drone of model UAS E-Hang 216 (EH216)...
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Major online scam syndicate masterminded by Chinese nationals smashed
PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department today busted the largest online scam syndicate believed to be run by Chinese nationals in the country.
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PKR Youth insists Azmin should officiate their congress
PKR deputy Youth chief Hilman Idham insisted on maintaining the tradition of having the party deputy president officiate the wing’s congress, which is to be held on Dec 5.
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Redzuan defends calling drone a ‘flying car’
A HEATED argument erupted in Dewan Rakyat when Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof tried to explain the term “flying car”.
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S’wak PKR heads ask Anwar for autonomy in party matters
KUALA LUMPUR: Thirty-two Sarawak PKR leaders have asked Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to save the party from “manoeuvring” politicians in the state.
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46,420 affordable homes built over last 17 years under RMR scheme
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 46,420 houses were constructed between 2002 and Oct 31 this year, out of a total of 50,289 applications approved under the government’s affordable housing scheme, ‘Program...
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Federal govt offshore borrowing stands at RM29.2 bln as of end-June
KUALA LUMPUR: The Federal government’s offshore borrowing stood at RM29.2 billion as of the end of June this year, the Dewan Rakyat was told yesterday.
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Special motion to condemn Zionist attacks on Monday
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat will be debating a special motion to denounce the air strikes by the Zionist regime which killed and injured civilians in the Gaza Strip on Monday in a special chamber i...
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Keep close watch on children to prevent sexual exploitation — DPM
Dr Wan Azizah (sixth left) and Teo (fifth right) in group photo with student at the #KidsTakeOverParliament: Kita Peduli programme at the Banquet Hall of Parliament.
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Melaka CM dismisses claim of vote of no confidence against him tomorrow
MELAKA: Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari today dismissed claims that there will be a vote of no confidence at the Melaka legislative assembly tomorrow by rejecting the state’s 2020 Budget tabled by...
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41 individuals arrested at Bukit Jalil National Stadium
A flare is seen being fired during last night’s match.
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Rohingya in Malaysia warn against fleeing from Bangladesh
Before he flew to Thailand on a fake Bangladeshi passport and then crossed into Malaysia, Mohammed Imran (above) was one of the most influential Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
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Foreigner claiming to be M’sian nabbed after failing to sing Negaraku
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Tactics employed by a Thai woman to evade detention by the Malaysian Immigration Department (JIM) in Penang were foiled when she failed to sing the national anthem, Negaraku.
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Abu Sayyaf demands $800,000 ransom for trio
KOTA KINABALU - The armed men who abducted three Indonesian fishermen off Lahad Datu, Sabah, two months ago are demanding RM2.45mil (S$799,936) for their release.
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Paul Yong urges supporters to support Perak DAP leadership
IPOH: Perak executive council member Paul Yong Choo Kiong has urged his supporters and party members to remain supportive of the state party leadership.
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Over one million traffic summonses issued this year
A total of 1,028,387 summonses for various traffic offences have been issued nationwide, from early January to October this year.
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Man stabbed to death in Rawang
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — A local man has been fatally stabbed in an incident in Kampung Baru Kundang, Rawang, here yesterday.
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