Axiata and Norway's Telenor call off JV talks
Norway's Telenor and Malaysia's Axiata Group said they had called off talks to create a telecoms joint venture with nearly 300 million customers across South Asia and Southeast Asia on Friday, sending...
Three in 10 bullied online
KUALA LUMPUR: Three in 10 young Malaysians are victims of online bullying, which affects their education and social life, with the majority experiencing it through...
4,326 new students enrol at UMS
Taufiq speaking with Akele Atomo Marie Jeanne (second left) and Eyang Athomo Arielle Flofell Macksett from Africa yesterday.
MDs plead guilty to negligence
IPOH: Representatives from two companies pleaded guilty in a Sessions Court to being negligent that resulted in the deaths of two workers in separate cases.
All systems go at KLIA – almost
SEPANG: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is almost back to normal after three days of chaos, following disruptions to its airport management system.
KLIA comes to a grinding halt
SEPANG: In an unforeseen first-ever disruption of its airport management system, the operations of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) came to a halt for hours, with scores of flights delayed and passengers left stranded and frustrated.
Time to deport Zakir, says Tawfik
PETALING JAYA: It is not enough for Dr Zakir Naik to issue an apology for his racially-charged remarks, he should leave Malaysia, says moderation advocate Mohamed Tawfik Ismail.
Malaysian cargo ship stranded in eastern India
NEW DELHI: A small Malaysian cargo ship sailing to the south Indian port of Visakhapatnam lost its way in a storm in the Bay of Bengal and drifted towards the eastern state of Odisha.
Industry players caught off-guard
PETALING JAYA: The jewellery, textile, laundry and hairdressing businesses have been caught off-guard by the government’s latest move to gradually stop the hiring of foreign workers.
Huawei to strengthen collaboration with suppliers
PETALING JAYA: Huawei will be increasing its outsourcing scope with its partners in various areas for some of the business groups such as the carrier and enterprise businesses as part of their cooperation strategy this year.
Activists blast amnesty plan for illegal workers
Malaysia has reintroduced an amnesty scheme to get millions of illegal foreign workers in the country to voluntarily leave, but critics say the move does not tackle the root causes of the problem.