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Canada's Trudeau pledges lower taxes, cellphone costs
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau went on the offensive yesterday, promising to cut middle-class taxes and slash cellphone costs if re-elected after polls showed he took a significant hit when ph...
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Digital games should be re-sellable, French court decides
The High Court of Paris has ruled that French users of PC gaming service Steam should be able to sell their digital games and accounts secondhand.
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Will violent history repeat itself?
A veteran journalist believes it could happen if Indonesians politicians don’t learn from past episodes of communal violence.
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Police investigating Kokas personnel involvement in CBT totalling RM3.4 million
KUCHING: Police have referred the investigation papers involving three individuals, namely the former Koperasi Automobil Kuching Sarawak (Kokas) chairman, secretary and treasurer, who have allegedly m...
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Trudeau pledges assault rifle ban amid blackface scandal
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, embroiled in a blackface picture scandal, on Friday pledged to ban military-style assault rifles in the country's most ethnically diverse city in a bid to get h...
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Police: Investigation papers on Sarawak trio’s alleged misuse of RM3.4m co-op funds now with state AGC
KUCHING, Sept 20 — The police have referred the investigation papers involving three individuals, namely the former Koperasi Automobil Kuching Sarawak (Kokas) chairman, secretary and treasurer, who ...
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Ku Nan got RM39,000 as minister and MP from 2013 until last year, court told
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court in the RM1 million graft trial of Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor heard today that he had received about RM39,000 in monthly salary and allowances as federal territories minist...
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Properties, vehicles, bank accounts worth over RM6 mln seized from automobile cooperative in Kuching in anti-money laundering raid
Azlan pointing to one of the vehicles confiscated in the raid.
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Cops probing former cooperative members over alleged CBT
KUCHING: Police today confirmed that three former members of Cooperative Automobil Kuching Sarawak Bhd (Kokas) are being investigated for the alleged embezzlement of federal funds.
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Retired woman army officer says fell ill after witnessing fatal shooting of commando
Julia speaking with Utusan Borneo’s Vivi Olviana Najurus during the Warriors’ Day celebration.
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BCG vaccine for long term protection, yes or no? — Boo Soon Yew
SEPTEMBER 19 — I write in sad response to the predicament of the family that is mourning the loss of their 19-year-old girl due to tuberculosis and indeed my sincere condolences to them.
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Canada's Trudeau apologises for dressing up in brownface in 2001
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologised on Wednesday for wearing brownface makeup to a costume party in 2001, an image that could undermine his chances for re-election with less than five we...
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Sri Lanka's Q2 GDP growth slumps to over 5-year low as Easter attacks weigh
COLOMBO, Sept 19 — Sri Lanka's economy grew at its slowest pace in more than five years from April to June, government data showed yesterday, as the Easter Sunday bomb attacks that killed over 250 p...
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White House confirms death of Osama bin Laden's son
Hamza bin Laden, a son of slain Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and himself a notable figure in the militant group, was killed in a US counter-terrorism operation, the White House said on Saturday.
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US Justice Department to release name of shadowy figure in 9/11 case
The US Justice Department on Thursday said it would release the name of an individual sought by people who are suing the government of Saudi Arabia for alleged involvement in the Sept 11, 2001, hijack...
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Babysitter fined RM12k for slapping baby
KUALA LUMPUR: A part-time babysitter was fined RM12,000 in default of six months’ jail by the Sessions Court for slapping a six-month-old baby.
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Babysitter fined RM12,000 for slapping baby
KUALA LUMPUR: A part-time babysitter was fined RM12,000, in default of six months' jail, by the Sessions Court on Thursday (Sept 12) for slapping a six-month-old...
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Two-year-old girl dies, believed abused by babysitter
MELAKA: A two-year-old girl died, believed to have been abused by her babysitter, in a house at Kandang here yesterday.
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Baru saddened by outcome of Iban native rights case
Works Minister Baru Bian has expressed his deep disappointment with the decision of the Federal Court to dismiss an application by Iban communities from two Sarawak villages to review a ruling that th...
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High Court sets Nov 1 to hear forfeiture application against Kasitah Gaddam
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): The High Court here yesterday set Nov 1 to hear the prosecution's application to forfeit RM100,000 seized from former Land and Cooperative Development Minister Tan Sri Kasitah...
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Hong Kong protesters hit pause button to mark September 11
Hong Kong activists called off protests on Wednesday in remembrance of the Sept 11, 2001, attacks on the United States and denounced a Chinese state newspaper report that they were planning "massive t...
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Father guilty of caning children
KUALA LUMPUR: A father pleaded guilty in the Sessions Court here to two charges of caning his daughters aged six and 10 years, resulting in injuries to their hands and backs.
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High Court sets Nov 1 to hear forfeiture application against Kasitah Gaddam
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here today set Nov 1, to hear the prosecution’s application to forfeit RM100,000 seized from former Land and Cooperative Development Minister Tan Sri Kasitah Gaddam, all...
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High Court sets Nov 1 to hear forfeiture application against Kasitah Gaddam
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 10): The High Court here today set Nov 1, to hear the prosecution's application to forfeit RM100,000 seized from former Land and Cooperative Development Minister Tan Sri Kasitah Gad...
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Father pleads guilty to caning daughters
KUALA LUMPUR: A father pleaded guilty in the Sessions Court here today to two charges of caning his daughters aged 10 and 6 years, resulting in injuries to their hands and backs.
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Car wash attendant pleads guilty to physically abusing daughters
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A car wash attendant pleaded guilty in the Sessions Court here Tuesday (Sept 10) to two counts of abusing his daughters by hitting them with a cane four months ago.
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Police arrest 13 children for dangerous cycling
KUALA LUMPUR: Thirteen children aged nine to 15, were arrested by police yesterday in a housing area in Saujana Impian in Kajang near here, for cycling dangerously.
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Police arrest 13 children in Kajang for dangerous cycling
KUALA LUMPUR: Thirteen children aged nine to 15, were arrested by police yesterday in a housing area in Saujana Impian in Kajang near here, for cycling dangerously.
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13 kids arrested for dangerous cycling stunts
Thirteen children, aged nine to 15, were arrested by police yesterday in a housing area in Saujana Impian, Kajang, for cycling dangerously.
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Former army commander keeps re-living the Sauk Siege so we never forget how close Malaysia came to chaos
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 8 — “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” The famous quote by philosopher George Santayana still rings true till this day, according to Lieutenant Gen...
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Karim Habib lands design chief job with Kia
SEOUL: There's no dearth of jobs waiting for Karim Habib.
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Najib named in amended MACC suit
KUALA LUMPUR: Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has been named as one of the respondents in the amended Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s...
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1MDB Scandal: Najib, son named respondents in forfeiture of RM700,000 belonging to Pekan Umno
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has named former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak and 40 others in a forfeiture application involving RM700,000, believed to be...
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Hap Seng praised for developing more than 3,000 affordable homes in Sabah
TAWAU (Sept 6): The Sabah Government has lauded Hap Seng Properties Development Sdn Bhd for being immensely supportive in building affordable homes in the State, an effort which is in line with the Go...
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‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’: crafting, island basics, multiplayer options
Though it's not due out until March 2020, Nintendo fulfilled fans' wishes for more on casual Switch console getaway Animal Crossing: New Horizons with a preview...
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Najib named among 41 respondents named in MACC forfeiture suit against Pekan Umno
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Razak, in his capacity as the office bearer for Pekan Umno, has been named as one of the respondents in the amended Malaysian...
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SIDC appoints Tengku Zarina as CEO
PETALING JAYA: The Securities Industry Development Corp (SIDC), the learning and development arm of the Securities Commission (SC), has appointed Tengku Zarina...
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Hap Seng praised for developing more than 3,000 affordable homes in Sabah
TAWAU (Sept 5): The Sabah Government has lauded Hap Seng Properties Development Sdn Bhd for being immensely supportive in building affordable homes in the State, an effort which is in line with the Go...
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Yayasan Tun Hussein Onn submits representation in 1MDB scandal
KUALA LUMPUR: Yayasan Tun Hussein Onn submitted a representation to the prosecution in relation to the RM1,980,328.37 million seized by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for being allege...
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Putrajaya may merge 2 Terengganu universities
PETALING JAYA: Two universities in Terengganu may be merged as part of Putrajaya’s austerity measures for higher-learning institutions.
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Special service campaign on certain Toyota models
KUALA LUMPUR: UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd (UMWT), distributor of Toyota and Lexus vehicles in Malaysia, has announced a special service campaign that involves...
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Against The Grain: The Meaning Of Progressive Islam
Backward and extremist ideologies and orientations have always been held on to by a minority in Muslim societies.
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1MDB scandal: RM4.9m seized from Yayasan Permata Malaysia forfeited to govt
KUALA LUMPUR: A sum of RM4.901 million that was seized from Yayasan Permata Malaysia, for being allegedly linked to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) funds, has been forfeited to the Malaysian governme...
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1MDB scandal: RM4.9m seized from Yayasan Permata Malaysia forfeited to govt
KUALA LUMPUR,  Sept 5 ― A sum of RM4.901 million that was seized from Yayasan Permata Malaysia for being allegedly linked to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) funds has been forfeited to the Malaysi...
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Billionaire Uniqlo founder wants a woman to succeed him
TOKYO: Tadashi Yanai, Fast Retailing Co.’s 70-year-old billionaire founder, said he would prefer to be succeeded by a woman, which would be better for Asia’s largest...
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Najib's lawyer Shafee gets passport back to go to Sydney for work
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 3): The High Court here allowed an application by senior lawyer Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, who is facing charges for money laundering involving RM9.5 million and making incor...
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Najib's lawyer Shafee gets passport back to go to Sydney for work
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 3): The High Court here allowed an application by senior lawyer Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, who is facing charges for money laundering involving RM9.5 million and making incor...
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Argentines wait at banks to withdraw cash as currency controls kick in
BUENOS AIRES, Sept 3 ― In the early hours of yesterday morning in Buenos Aires, before banks had opened their doors, winding lines of customers waited to withdraw savings after Argentina's governmen...
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Putri Umno former Exco Norashikin dies
SEREMBAN: Former Exco member of Putri Umno, Norashikin Abdul Rahman, 46, died of breast cancer at the National Cancer Institute, Putrajaya, today.
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Puteri Umno former exco Norashikin passes away
Former exco member of Puteri Umno, Norashikin Abdul Rahman, 46, died of breast cancer at the National Cancer Institute, Putrajaya, today.
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Beggar-thy-neighbour policy advice
The harmful effects of falling corporate tax rates have been acknowledged in a recent International Monetary Fund (IMF) research paper.
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Ordinary Malaysians, too, show their love and care every day
The Foundation’s top priority is education. Its Albukhary Tuition Programme reached out to poor rural students weak in Mathematics, Science and English, which are...
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Rising giant in our midst
WHEN I was a teenager, I assumed that Sabah’s neighbour, Kalimantan, was a dark, empty swath of jungle.
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Fire station chief proves her mettle
KOTA KINABALU: Agustavia Joe Guasi is the epitome of the phrase “What a man can do, a woman can do, too”.
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Court dismisses Pekan Umno’s bid to strike out MACC forfeiture suit
KUALA LUMPUR: Umno’s Pekan division today failed to strike out the government’s application to forfeit RM700,000 in the division’s frozen account, allegedly linked to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (...
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MTAG eyes bigger market share
THE next several years are set to be crucial for MTAG Group Bhd, which is en route for an Ace Market listing on Sept 25.
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Housewife jailed seven months for abusing daughter
KUALA LUMPUR: A housewife was jailed seven months by the sessions court here today for abusing her six-year-old daughter, last month.
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First female fire station chief in Sabah shares her secret of success
KOTA KINABALU: Agustavia Joe Guasi is the epitome of the phrase "anything a man can do, a woman can do too".
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UMW Toyota recalls 41k units of Vios, Camry, Corolla Altis, Yaris built from 2001-2013 over Takata airbags
UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has announced a recall for approximately 41,000 Toyota vehicles for the replacement of the airbag inflator module in these vehicles.
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Trump: US to remain in Afghanistan even if deal reached with Taliban
President Donald Trump said on Thursday that US troop levels in Afghanistan were being reduced to 8,600 but that American forces would remain in the country even if Washington reaches an agreement wit...
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Mother of 4 blazes the trail as Sabah’s first woman fire station chief
KOTA KINABALU: It will be a triple celebration for Agustavia Joe Guasi this month as she will not only be celebrating her birthday on National Day but also her appointment as the first woman fire stat...
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Toyota Announces Another Recall To Replace Takata Airbag Inflator Components
UMW Toyota Motor Sdn Bhd (UMWT), the distributor of Toyota and Lexus vehicles in Malaysia has announced a Special Service Campaign (SSC) to replace the airbag inflator in certain Toyota models sold by...
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Govt seizes RM428,500 in 1MDB money from Akademi Pemuda
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here today ruled that the RM428,500 seized from Akademi Pemuda and allegedly linked to the 1MDB scandal now belongs to the government as the academy has lost its rights to...
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Maria Ressa, Jamal Kashoggi recognised as Fellows of the Society
PETALING JAYA: Maria Ressa, the chief executive officer and executive editor of the Philippines-based news organisation Rappler, has been recognised as the Fellows...
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1MDB trial: Jho Low was Najib’s alter ego, prosecution says in opening statement
Najib during one of his court appearances.
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Happy 98th Birthday, Abang Salahuddin!
Former Head of State Abang Salahuddin flashes a thumbs-up as he celebrates his 98th birthday.
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Riza Aziz seeks to transfer RM1.18b 1MDB money-laundering case to High Court
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): Datuk Seri Najib Razak's stepson, Riza Shahriz Abdul Aziz (pictured), has applied to transfer his trial entailing five charges of money laundering involving US$248.17 million (R...
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Najib’s stepson bids to shift RM1.2b case to High Court
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 — Lawyers for Riza Shahriz Abdul Aziz have applied to transfer his five charges of laundering US$248 million (RM1.2 billion at current rates) in alleged 1MDB funds to the High C...
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Riza Aziz seeks to transfer RM1.18b 1MDB money-laundering case to High Court
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): Datuk Seri Najib Razak's stepson, Riza Shahriz Abdul Aziz, has applied to transfer his trial entailing five charges of money laundering involving US$248.17 million (RM1.18 billi...
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Minister: BCISM opening next month
KUCHING, Aug 26 — The Building Cost Information Services Malaysia (BCISM), a joint venture between the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) and Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (RIS...
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Let SWD conduct urine tests on under-aged offenders: Analyst
KUALA LUMPUR: The government should amend the law linked to drugs by giving the authority to the Social Welfare Department (SWD) to conduct urine tests on under 18 years old offenders.
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4 directors jailed, fined for illegal deposit taking, money laundering
KUALA LUMPUR: Four directors were jailed and their company was fined after they pleaded guilty to charges of accepting money from depositors without a valid licence at the Kajang Sessions Court yester...
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MGSB: Four directors plead guilty to illegal deposit taking, money laundering
KUALA LUMPUR: MGSB Bhd and its four directors pleaded guilty to the charges for accepting money from depositors without a valid licence under Section 10 of the Financial Services Act (FSA) and involve...
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Four directors of MGSB jailed and fined for illegal deposit taking, money...
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 23): MGSB Bhd and its four directors pleaded guilty to the charges for accepting money from depositors without a valid licence under Section 10 of the Financial Services Act (FSA) an...
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1MDB forfeiture: RM1.2m from 3 entities back to govt’s coffers
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian government is set to recover more than RM1.2 million related to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) funds from the bank accounts of three entities including Yayasan Rahah.
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1MDB forfeiture: RM1.2 million from 3 entities back to government coffers
The other two entities are UMNO Pekan Division Education Bureau chairman Datuk Ibrahim Awang Ismail and Naza Quest Auto Sdn Bhd.
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1MDB forfeiture: RM1.2m from three entities back in govt coffers soon
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Malaysian government is set to recover more than RM1.2mil related to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) from the bank accounts of...
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Arul Kanda given access
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has unfrozen two share-trading accounts belonging to former 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) CEO Arul Kanda Kandasamy.
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Japan’s pension fund warns of global investing losses
LOS ANGELES: Global markets have become so synchronised that money managers risk losing on every front, according to Hiromichi Mizuno, chief investment officer of the world’s largest pension fund.
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MACC unfreezes Arul Kanda's bank, CDS accounts
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 21): The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has unfrozen all seven bank accounts and two Central Depository System (CDS) accounts belonging to former 1Malaysia Development B...
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MACC unfreezes two CDS accounts belonging to Arul Kanda
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court was told today that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has unfrozen two Central Depository System (CDS) accounts belonging to former 1Malaysia Developement Berhad (1...
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MACC unfreezes two CDS accounts belonging to Arul Kanda
Arul Kanda Kandasamy – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court was told today that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has unfrozen two Central Depository System (CDS) accounts belongi...
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MACC unfreezes Arul Kanda's bank, CDS accounts
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 21): The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has unfrozen all seven bank accounts and two Central Depository System (CDS) accounts belonging to former 1Malaysia Development B...
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Occupation of Kashmir will spawn great and intense power rivalry
THE world is familiar with both World War I and World War II – a military free for all, with the exception of Latin America, parts of Africa and Switzerland, which declared total neutrality.
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Ex-1MDB CEO Arul Kanda drops suit after MACC unfreezes bank accounts
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 21 — The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has lifted a freeze order on bank accounts belonging to former 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) chief executive Arul Kanda K...
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MACC did not investigate bank info leak: Witness
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) did not investigate the possibility of a connection between Sarawak Report’s article, ‘Najib Razak’s Personal Accounts Linked To 1MD...
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Malaysian police quiz Zakir Naik as pressure mounts
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — Malaysian police today questioned a controversial Indian Islamic preacher for allegedly making insensitive remarks about race in the multi-ethnic country, as pressure mounts o...
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Malaysia quizzes Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik as pressure mounts
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police Monday (Aug 19) questioned a controversial Indian Islamic preacher for allegedly making insensitive remarks about race in the multi-ethnic country, as pressure mounts o...
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Cargill’s family owners get best payout since 2010
Chicago: The 125 family members that control Cargill Inc got the biggest payout since 2010 as the top privately held US firm posted the strongest two-year performance in at least a decade, company accounts show.
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Bigger arsenal of stimulus required
Countries adopting proactive strategies to boost their economies may require a larger arsenal to fight the possibly prolonged slowdown in trade, manufacturing and business investment globally.
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Ministry studies need to increase child protectors: Yeoh
KUALA LUMPUR: The Women, Family and Community Development ministry is studying the need to increase the number of child protectors aimed at protecting about 9.4 million children nationwide.
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Yeoh: Ministry studies need to increase child protectors
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 17 — The Women, Family and Community Development ministry is studying the need to increase the number of child protectors aimed at protecting about 9.4 million children nationwide.
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Top Glove expects better revenue growth
SHAH ALAM: Top Glove Corporation Bhd, the world’s largest manufacturer of gloves, expects financial year 2020 (FY2020) revenue growth to be even better than the current financial year.
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Top Glove expects better FY20 revenue growth
SHAH ALAM: Top Glove Corporation Bhd, the world's largest manufacturer of gloves, expects financial year 2020 (FY2020) revenue growth to be even better than the current financial year.
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Top Glove expects better FY20 revenue growth
SHAH ALAM (Aug 16): Top Glove Corp Bhd, the world's largest manufacturer of gloves, expects financial year 2020 (FY20) revenue growth to be even better than the current financial year.
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'Eleanor' voted most popular movie car to drive in the UK
LONDON: According to Trackdays.co.uk, the iconic Shelby Mustang GT500 - nicknamed Eleanor from the movie Gone in 60 Seconds (2000), starring Nicolas Cage, has been voted as the most popular.
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Jho Low and Zakir Naik: A tale of two fugitives
I feel sorry for Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his government.
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Dept records 2-3 cases of child protection, delinquency each month
Taddy (seated centre) in a photo call with members of the Bintulu Children Welfare Team and JKM staff.
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Classic Chinese fairy tale in school textbook draws flak
IT’S a classic Chinese fairy tale but the inclusion of The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl into a Year Five textbook had drawn flak from parents in China, Sin Chew Daily reported.
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Condivergence: Business as usual or complete rethink?
Under Pax Americana, neo-liberal free market philosophy was business-friendly because as long as the US provided the global security umbrella, the business of America was business.
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