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Topic: Change

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Inspired by Greta Thunberg, worldwide protest demands climate action
Millions of young people flooded the streets of cities around the world on Friday to demand political leaders take urgent steps to stop climate change, uniting in a worldwide protest inspired by 16-ye...
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Malaysia’s new Foreign Policy Framework adopts human-centric approach to issues
KUALA LUMPUR: Experts lauded the Foreign Policy Framework of the New Malaysia launched Wednesday, describing it as a people-centric document that captures the current administration’s approach to fo...
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New Foreign Policy Framework, new approach
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia’s new Foreign Policy Framework under the Pakatan Harapan government has been launched and will serve as a definitive guide for Wisma...
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Mahathir launches Foreign Policy Framework of the New Malaysia
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today launched the Foreign Policy Framework of the New Malaysia and said it will serve as a guide for the country in conducting its foreign policy in ...
Free Malaysia Today:
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Jobs may be lost, group says as banks go digital
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Commercial Banks Association (MCBA) warns that jobs will be eliminated or changed in nature as banks head further towards digitalisation and automation.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 can be yours from RM2,399 with U Mobile postpaid
U Mobile is also participating in the Galaxy Note 10 pre-order campaign and you can pick up a brand new unit with freebies worth up to RM1,159. Both the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are offered with a ...
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Leadership mindset change to adopt digitisation
JULY 24 — Despite digitisation, most enterprises still hold strongly with the traditional prescriptive methods which include a visible hierarchy of structure, command, functions, appropriate control...
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No law to say Sarawakians cannot talk about secession, says party
KUCHING: It is not against the law to speak about independence or secession, Parti Bumi Kenyalang president Voon Lee Shan said.
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SE Asia stocks most end firmer in cautious trade; investors await Fed outcome
(June 18): Most Southeast Asian stock markets closed higher on Tuesday, but gains were capped as investors kept a cautious stance ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting set to begin later in the da...
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Yoursay: Big holes in Umno veep’s matriculation advice to Maszlee
YOURSAY | ‘Let’s inculcate nation-building values rather than keep talking about race…’ Umno veep cautions Maszlee on listening to DAP's matriculation feedback The Wakandan: Umno vice-presiden...
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Inflatable angry emoji looms over Facebook annual board meeting
Protesters carrying an inflatable angry emoji plan to greet shareholders of Facebook Inc as they gather for the company's annual meeting.
Malaysiakini:
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'Equality not just about matriculation, also Mandarin requirement for jobs'
Providing equal opportunities to all races should not only be looked at from the perspective of education, but also employment, Maszlee Malik said today.
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Yoursay: Harapan can lose the battle, but not the war
YOURSAY | ‘Manage protests that will come with perceived unpopular changes.
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Moving at a painfully slow pace
On May 9, 2018, Malaysians voted for one thing: Change.
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Political stability: Five challenges for our new democracy
What happened on May 9, 2018, was a peaceful uprising through the ballot box; it was a regime change.
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Umno senator laments party’s lack of progress, reliance on Pakatan’s mistakes to remain relevant
KUALA LUMPUR, MAY 8 — Almost a year after becoming the Opposition, Umno has not made great strides with achievements of its own, but still relies on Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) mistakes to score points...
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Some civil servants want PH govt to fall: Mahathir
IPOH • There are civil servants in Malaysia who want the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government to fall because they are no longer getting corrupt money, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said yesterday.
Free Malaysia Today:
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Democratic resistance in our education system
Voters on the eve of GE14 desperately wanted a transformation.
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Putrajaya asks EU Parliament not to table regulations restricting palm oil use
BANGI: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok has urged the European Commission (EC) not to table a proposed regulation to restrict, and effectively ban, palm oil biofuel altogether in the EU by 2030.
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Dr M: Arts and culture reflect country’s civilisation
KUALA LUMPUR, March 11 — A civilised nation is moulded by arts and culture that flourish, with vigorous and innovative contributions that extract the best qualities of man, said Tun Dr Mahathir Moha...
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Arts and culture reflect country’s civilization — Dr Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR (March 11): A civilised nation is moulded by arts and culture that flourish with vigorous and innovative contributions that extract the best qualities of mankind, said Tun Dr Mahathir Moh...
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Time for DAP to be truly Malaysian
JANUARY 17 — The Democratic Action Party (DAP) is 53 years old, and after half a century in politics it has only experienced federal power for eight months.
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MySay: No bold strategy for PH, no real reform for Malaysia
The long-awaited change in government in Malaysia is now a fact, but the question to ask now is how committed to across-the-board reforms can the new ruling coalition be, led as it is by a 93-year-old...
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Anwar's New Year message
It is a cliche to talk about New Years and new beginnings.
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