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Cloud seeding in Penang: Up to Federal Govt to decide, says CM
GEORGE TOWN: Penang is leaving it to the Federal Government to decide whether cloud seeding should be carried out in the state, which, like many other parts of the country, has been hit by severe haze...
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Cloud seeding in Penang: Up to federal govt to decide, says CM
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 13 — Penang is leaving it to the Federal Government to decide whether cloud seeding should be carried out in the state, which, like many other parts of the country, has been hit by...
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Failed telco merger talks wipe out combined RM9.28b market cap
KUALA LUMPUR: The shares in Axiata Group Bhd and DiGi.Com Bhd (DiGi) went rolling downhill yesterday on a wave of selling after Axiata and DiGi’s largest shareholder, Telenor ASA, called off their m...
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No indication of sabotage in KLIA systems disruptions: IGP
KUALA LUMPUR: The police have not found any strong indication to link the network systems disruptions at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) with sabotage.
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No indication of sabotage in KLIA systems disruptions, says IGP
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 8 — Royal Malaysia Police have not found any strong indication to link the network systems disruptions at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) with sabotage.
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Complainant in brawl case involving Farhash withdraws police report
KUALA LUMPUR: An individual who lodged a police report on a brawl at a sports complex in Ampang on Aug 31, which allegedly involved Perak PKR chairman Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak (pic), has wi...
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Farhash case: Complainant withdraws police report
KUALA LUMPUR: A complainant has withdrawn the police report he lodged about a brawl in Ampang on Aug 31, allegedly involving Perak PKR chairman Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak.
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Turn yourself in, cops tell PKR’s Farhash again
PETALING JAYA: Selangor police have again ordered Farhash Wafa Salvador, the political secretary to PKR president Anwar Ibrahim, to surrender himself over a brawl at a recent sports complex in Ampang.
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Victim withdraws police report over Ampang brawl involving Farhash
PETALING JAYA: The victim involved in a brawl in Ampang on Merdeka (Aug 31) night, of which Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak is the main suspect, has...
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More may be called up in KLIA glitch probe
PETALING JAYA: Police may be calling up more people to assist in the investigation into the disruption of the systems at the KL International Airport (KLIA).
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Two children feared drowned while bathing at Sungai Sepang estuary
SEPANG: Two children are feared drowned after being swept away by strong current while bathing at the Sungai Sepang estuary here today.
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Two children feared drowned while bathing at Sungai Sepang estuary
SEPANG, Aug 31 — Two children are feared drowned after being swept away by strong current while bathing at the Sungai Sepang estuary here today.
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Paramount banks on big deal to hit RM1b property sales target
KUALA LUMPUR: Paramount Corp Bhd is keeping its new property sales target at RM1 billion this year, despite first-half sales of only RM310 million, about half the RM600 million it secured in the same ...
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Kerinchi PPR lift incident due to brake failure
KUALA LUMPUR: The incident involving a lift at a PPR (people's housing project) in Kampung Kerinchi, Pantai Dalam, on Aug 2 was due to a brake failure caused by...
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Indonesian planters see drought hitting palm oil output
KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA: Leading palm oil players in Indonesia see production growth being hit in the short to medium term, as the world's top grower of the edible oil faces drought across major planting regions that is expected to delay fruit ripening and lower output.
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Ex-madrasah teacher held after student alleges molest
KOTA KINABALU: Police have detained a former madrasah (Islamic religious school) teacher for allegedly molesting a male student at a madrasah at Putatan, near here, on Sunday.
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Falling lift at flats a freak accident, says Malaysia minister
KUALA LUMPUR - The falling lift incident at a People's Housing Project (PPR) flats in Kampung Kerinchi, Pantai Dalam here, was a freak accident that should not have happened, says Federal Territories ...
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Sabah cops bust syndicate offering birth certs, ICs for cash
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have arrested three men, including a National Registration Department (NRD) officer, for offering birth certificates and identity cards using falsified information.
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Call for mobile ‘mammogram bus’ to visit Sabah rural areas
TAWAU: The Pink Ribbon Wellness (L) Foundation yesterday called on the Sabah Health and People’s Wellbeing Ministry to establish a mobile mammogram service for women in rural areas, to help with the...
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Unity-inspired essay takes Sunway-Oxbridge essay competition top prize
SUBANG JAYA, July 27 — The message of unity conveyed through her essay won a student from Kolej Yayasan Saad in Melaka one of the top prizes in the 2019 Sunway-Oxbridge Essay Competition.
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No new subject on democracy – Teo
Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching speaking to reporters at the Dewan Rakyat.
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No new subjects on democracy, Federal Constitution - deputy minister
No new subjects on democracy or the Federal Constitution will be introduced in the next schooling session, Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching (photo, above) said today.
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A squeaky clean: friendly robots spruce up Singapore
Hundreds of 'friendly' robots are being rolled out across Singapore, to help clean the city-state's hotels, malls and government buildings.
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A squeaky clean: Friendly robots spruce up Singapore
SINGAPORE, July 18 — Hundreds of “friendly” robots that speak multiple languages and sing are being rolled out across hi-tech Singapore, to help clean the city-state’s hotels, shopping malls a...
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Group accuses Singapore AG of meddling ahead of clemency plea for Malaysian on death row
PETALING JAYA: Rights group Lawyers for Liberty (LFL) has come to the defence of its adviser N Surendran, accusing the Singapore government of interfering in his work as the lawyer representing a Mala...
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Najib's 1MDB trial to begin Aug 19 after Attorney-General's postponement bid denied
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak’s trial on the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal will begin on Aug 19 as scheduled, following a High Court decision on Monday (Jul 8)...
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Stranded on boat, pregnant woman in Malaysia delivers baby
SIBU - Firemen in Sarikei had to break open the padlock of the barrier gate at the Expressboat Terminal 2 on Jalan Wharf here to save the life of a woman and her baby late Tuesday (July 2) night.
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DoE inspects four factories in Pasir Gudang
JOHOR BAHRU (June 26): Four of the 30 chemical factories, which were short-listed by the enforcement authorities for inspection, following the incidents of breathing difficulty and vomiting in Pasir G...
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DoE inspects four factories in Pasir Gudang today
JOHOR BAHRU (June 25): Four of the 30 chemical factories, which were short-listed by the enforcement authorities for inspection, following the incidents of breathing difficulty and vomiting in Pasir G...
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State govt proactive in tackling Pasir Gudang incident, says Mohd Khuzzan
JOHOR BARU: The state government is proactive in tackling the pollution issue in Pasir Gudang which began last Thursday, says Chairman of the Johor Health, Culture and Heritage Committee Mohd Khuzzan ...
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We were not slow to act, says Johor on latest air pollution incident
JOHOR BAHRU: The state government has dismissed claims it was slow to react to the latest case of air pollution in Pasir Gudang, which resulted in breathing difficulty and vomiting among residents, pa...
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Pasir Gudang students with breathing difficulties in stable condition, says exco
PASIR GUDANG, June 20 — Fifteen pupils from two schools here are in stable condition after they were treated for suspected air pollution, a state executive councillor said today.
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Wisma Putra: MH17 probe must be based on evidence, calls for all parties to cooperate
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has urged all parties to cooperate with the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) in order to uncover the truth behind the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.
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Dr M unhappy with MH17 charges, calls it a political plot against Russia
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has described the decision to charge three Russians and one Ukranian with murder over flight MH17 as a political plot against Russia.
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Man stabs wife to death in a fit of jealousy
Suspecting that his wife was having an affair, a man stabbed her to death in a fit of jealousy at their kongsi house in Jalan Teluk Likas, Kota Kinabalu yesterday.City police chief ACP Habibi Majinji ...
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Man stabs wife to death in fit of jealousy
KOTA KINABALU: Suspecting that his wife was having an affair, a man stabbed her to death in a fit of jealosy at their kongsi house in Jalan Teluk Likas, here at about 2am Monday.
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Man, 59, stabs wife to death after suspecting she had an affair
KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): Suspecting that his wife was having an affair, a man stabbed her to death in a fit of jealousy at their kongsi house in Jalan Teluk Likas, here at about 2am on Tuesday (june 18).
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KK man stabs ‘cheating’ wife to death in fit of jealous rage
KOTA KINABALU, June 19 — Suspecting that his wife was having an affair, a man stabbed her to her to death in a fit of jealousy at their kongsi house in Jalan Teluk Likas, here at about 2am on Monday...
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Huawei rises in BrandZ rankings of world's most valuable brands
HUAWEI is in 47th place on BrandZ’s annual Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands study, published by WPP’s research arm Kantar.
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Tawau police nab 5 men over bus station brawl
TAWAU: Police detained five men today over a brawl at the bus terminal in Jalan Stephen Tan here yesterday.
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Sabah Education Dept looking at ways to reduce crime, social ills among students
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Education Department is looking at ways to reduce and ultimately prevent crime and social ills among students.
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Four-cornered race for PAS veep posts
The nomination of Terengganu Menteri Besar Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar for the PAS vice-presidency has resulted in an expected four-cornered fight for the three available posts in the upcoming party polls t...
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Juvenile among two charged with illegal money lending activities
TAIPING: A 17-year old boy and his friend were charged in the magistrate’s court here today with illegal money lending and threatening the borrower, last month.
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Juvenile among two charged with illegal money lending activities
TAIPING, June 3 — A 17-year old boy and his friend were charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with illegal money lending and threatening the borrower, last month.
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Two Penang boys to have an asteroid named after them
KUALA LUMPUR, May 30 — An asteroid will be named after two 16-year-old boys from a school in Penang, following their victory in an international science fair held in the US.
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Four ‘Geng 18’ members arrested in Petaling Jaya
KUALA LUMPUR: Four men, believed to be ‘Geng 18’ members were detained in an operation dubbed Ops Cantas, at an entertainment outlet in Dataran Mentari, Petaling Jaya near here early this morning.
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Be proactive and ensure safety at all children's playgrounds, Lee urges local authorities
PETALING JAYA: There is an urgent need for all local authorities to be proactive and adopt an accident-prevention culture to help ensure the safety of children's playgrounds under their jurisdiction, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
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Thank you to my teachers
ALBERT Einstein once said: “When you sit with a nice girl for two hours, you think it’s only a minute.
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Sabah police to probe claims of vote-buying
SANDAKAN: State police are investigating claims of vote-buying in the Sandakan by-election.
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Sandakan by-election: Police open six investigation papers
SANDAKAN: The police have opened six investigation papers from 12 reports which were received during the Sandakan by-election campaign as of 12 midnight, yesterday.
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Cops open six investigation papers on possible campaign violations
SANDAKAN POLLS | The police have opened six investigation papers based on 12 reports received during the Sandakan by-election campaign as of 12 midnight, yesterday.
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Sandakan by-election: Police open six investigation papers
SANDAKAN, May 11 — The police opened six investigation papers from 12 reports which were received during the Sandakan by-election campaign as of 12am, yesterday.
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Sabah cops investigating claims voters were offered bribes, says state police chief
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police are investigating claims that voters received money from certain quarters amid the Sandakan polls, says state police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Juvenile among four charged with raping 15-year-old girl
SEREMBAN: Four friends, including a juvenile, were charged at the Sessions Court here Friday (May 10) for allegedly raping and performing carnal intercourse against the order of nature with a 15-year-old girl.
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Attack on entertainment centre: ‘Datuk Seri’, three others being sought
KUALA LUMPUR: Four men, including a ‘Datuk Seri’, were being sought to facilitate investigations into an attack on an entertainment centre at Jalan Klang Lama here, last Friday.
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With fears of low turnout, Sandakan Muslim votes become focus
SANDAKAN , May 9 — In a shoplot at the heart of old Sandakan town, 44-year-old Hassan Mohamad yawns loudly behind the counter of his sundry store while watching his phone.
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Political Reform: Public must demand that reforms continue
Within a year of the regime change, we have seen some significant changes in our political system and public life — in Parliament, the electoral process and the media.
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Four fined for illegally transporting chickens
JOHOR BARU: Four men have been fined RM1,000 each in default three weeks in jail for illegally transporting chickens in an express bus from Kelantan into Johor.
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Mosque dome tower collapses, four escape death
KUALA TERENGGANU: Four members of a mosque congregation cheated death when they were nearly hit by a dome tower that collapsed last night.
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Dome of Kuala Terengganu mosque collapses, four have narrow escape
KUALA TERENGGANU, May 8 — Four members of a mosque congregation cheated death when they were nearly hit by a dome tower that collapsed last night.
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Running 'fowl' of the law
Four men were fined RM1,000 each after they pleaded guilty at the Johor Baru magistrate’s court on Wednesday for illegally transferring 13 chickens using an express bus from Kelantan into Johor in 2...
Johor | Kelantan | Johor Baru | Four | 2018 | 000 | Four | 13 | 000 | 2018 | 13 | RM1 | 000 | RM1 | 000 | 2018 | 2018
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Court fines four men RM4,000 for carrying 13 chickens from Kelantan to Johor
JOHOR BARU, May 8 — Four men were fined RM1,000 each today by the Magistrates Court here after pleading guilty to transporting 13 chickens into Johor from Kelantan without permission in April last y...
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Running 'fowl' of the law: Four charged with transporting poultry on bus
JOHOR BARU: Four men have been charged at the magistrate's court here for illegally transporting 13 chickens in an express bus from Kelantan to Johor.
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Banks lose appetite for new Brexit fight
LONDON: While Britain debates the merits of a second Brexit referendum, London's financial centre is steering clear of the argument, resigned to the need to shift some business elsewhere.
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Westpac posts worst half-year profit since 2013
SYDNEY: Australia’s second-biggest lender Westpac Banking Corp posted its lowest half-year profit since 2013, as interest income shrank along with the housing market, and costs rose as the bank compensated customers for botched service.
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PM urged to allay concerns of political patronage at Intan
GEORGE TOWN: Selayang MP William Leong has urged the prime minister to intervene in the case of 52 post-graduate students who were let go from the National Public Administration Institution (Intan) ju...
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Robbers strike at goldsmith shop during breaking of fast
KUALA LUMPUR: Four men, two believed armed with pistols, robbed a goldsmith shop at a supermarket in Kajang town near here, while Muslims were busy breaking fast last night.
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Five Chinese university students killed in dormitory fire sparked by electric scooters
Firefighters say 73 people were trapped when blaze broke out at foot of stairwell. Ground floor security door hindered residents as they tried to escape.
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Failed anonymous chat app pivots to social shopping
In January, it seemed like everyone believed they could take their own piece of China’s social media market, currently dominated by Tencent.
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No explosion: Poor lab ventilation led to 13 students inhaling iodine gas
BALIK PULAU: Thirteen students – 11 females and two males – were affected after inhaling iodine gas during a science experiment in the school’s laboratory in Bayan Lepas, Penang.
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Australia’s Westpac posts worst half-year profit since 2013
SYDNEY: Australia’s second-biggest lender Westpac Banking Corp posted its lowest half-year profit since 2013 on Monday, as interest income shrank along with the housing market, and costs rose as the bank compensated customers for botched service.
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Cops: No chemical leak at Penang school, only experiment gone wrong
GEORGE TOWN, May 6 — State police confirmed that there is no chemical hazard at Bayan Lepas secondary school thought to have experienced a chemical leak this morning.
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Proton Exora and Saga Facelift Models Coming By End 2019
Proton has confirmed that we can expect facelifted versions of the Saga and Exora MPV to be introduced by the end of 2019.
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Vietnamese woman accused of killing Kim Jong-nam arrives in Hanoi
A Vietnamese woman who spent more than two years in a Malaysian prison on suspicion of killing the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was released from jail and returned to Vietnam late y...
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Woman Convicted of Killing Kim Jong-un’s Half Brother Is Freed
Advertisement Supported by By Richard C. Paddock BANGKOK — A Vietnamese woman who was the only person convicted in the bold assassination of Kim Jong-un’s elder half brother, Kim Jong-nam, was rel...
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Woman Convicted of Killing Kim Jong-un’s Half Brother Is Freed
Advertisement Supported by By Richard C. Paddock BANGKOK — A Vietnamese woman who was the only person convicted in the bold assassination of Kim Jong-un’s elder half brother, Kim Jong-nam, was rel...
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Malaysia frees Vietnamese woman accused of killing N.Korean leader's half-...
KUALA LUMPUR (May 3): A Vietnamese woman who spent more than two years in a Malaysian prison on suspicion of killing the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was freed on Friday, her lawyer...
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Gov’t frees Vietnamese woman accused of killing N Korean leader's half-brother
A Vietnamese woman who spent more than two years in a Malaysian prison on suspicion of killing the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was freed on Friday, her lawyer said.
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Billionaire Buffett says he has been an 'idiot' not to buy into Amazon.com
NEW YORK: Billionaire Warren Buffett said Berkshire Hathaway Inc has bought shares of internet retailing giant Amazon.com Inc for the first time, though he has not been the one doing the buying, CNBC reported on Thursday.
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Four detained for migrant smuggling in Tawau
TAWAU: The Marine Police Force (PPM) detained four men in a raid at Kampung Tingat, Batu 8, Jalan Apas, here at about 11pm yesterday, on suspicion of smuggling in illegal immigrants.
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Insider Moves: Bio Osmo Bhd, Barakah Offshore Petroleum Bhd, Hock Heng Stone...
Notable filings BETWEEN April 8 and 12, notable shareholding changes in companies listed on Bursa Malaysia included the emergence of Impiana Sdn Bhd as the new majority shareholder of Bio Osmo Bhd wit...
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Syndicate mixing drugs in drinks sachets busted in Penang
Penang police have busted a drug trafficking syndicate responsible for mixing drugs worth more than RM330,000 with tea, fruit juice and chocolate powder into drinks sachets, in a raid in the state.
Datuk T. Narenasagaran | Penang | Section | Section | Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 | Criminal Procedure Code | Vietnamese | MDMA | 39 | 5 | 070 | 1.2 | 29 | 55 | 21 | 47 | 1 | 39 | 276 | 5 | 117 | 2 | 000 | 1 | 24 | 381 | 276 | 117 | 2 | 000 | 1952 | 000 | 1952 | 5 | May 1 | 1952 | May 1 | 1952 | RM330 | 000 | RM200 | RM330 | 000 | RM200 | 000 | 381 | 1 | Four | 1 | 5 | 070 | 21 | 29 | 47 | Four | 55 | 1.2 | 24
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Four dead, four injured in Seattle crane collapse
SAN FRANCISCO, US (April 29): Four people were killed and four others were injured when a crane collapsed Saturday afternoon in the northwestern US city of Seattle, the fire department said.
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AG wishes he had chance to debate Rome Statute with academics during rulers’ briefing
KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 — Attorney-General Tommy Thomas today expressed disappointment at not being able to engage with the four academics when they advised the Malay rulers against the Rome Statute.
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Rescued Malaysian climber in critical condition in Nepal
KATHMANDU: A Malaysian climber rescued after two nights in the open on one of the world’s most treacherous mountains is fighting for his life in critical condition, his doctor said Friday.
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Malaysian climber has ‘miracle’ rescue on Nepal’s Mt Annapurna
KATHMANDU: A Malaysian climber stranded in the open for two nights on one of the world’s most treacherous mountains has been rescued in Nepal, expedition organisers said.
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Toyota Discontinues Mark X After 15 Years
It's strange how the Japanese models that are hardly available to the rest of the world through official channels are the ones that get the most attention.
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Rescued Malaysian climber in critical condition in Nepal
KATHMANDU (AFP) - A Malaysian climber rescued after two nights in the open on one of the world's most treacherous mountains is fighting for his life in critical condition, his doctor said on Friday (A...
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Rescued Malaysian climber in critical condition in Nepal
KATHMANDU, April 26 — A Malaysian climber rescued after two nights in the open on one of the world’s most treacherous mountains is fighting for his life in critical condition, his doctor said toda...
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Rescued Malaysian climber fighting for his life in Nepal
KATHMANDU (AFP): A Malaysian climber rescued after two nights in the open on one of the world’s most treacherous mountains is fighting for his life, his doctor said Friday (April 26).
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Malaysian climber rescued from Mount Annapurna in Nepal
KATHMANDU (Reuters): A rescue helicopter plucked a Malaysian climber from Mount Annapurna in west Nepal on Friday (April 26), where he was stranded for two days after climbing the world's 10th highest mountain this week, officials said.
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Stranded Malaysian climber gets dramatic helicopter rescue in Himalayas
A rescue helicopter plucked a Malaysian climber from Mount Annapurna in west Nepal on Friday, where he was stranded for two days after climbing the world’s tenth highest mountain this week, official...
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Malaysian climber rescued from Mount Annapurna in Nepal
KATHMANDU (April 26): A rescue helicopter plucked a Malaysian climber from Mount Annapurna in west Nepal on Friday, where he was stranded for two days after climbing the world’s tenth highest mounta...
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FT Ministry: Current Taman Rimba Kiara’s facilities will be untouched, upgraded
KUALA LUMPUR, April 26 — The Federal Territories (FT) Ministry claimed today that the scaled-down version of the proposed Taman Rimba Kiara high-rise project will leave the public park’s current f...
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Factory bus lands in ditch, four women injured
MELAKA (Bernama): Four female Indonesian workers were injured when the factory bus they were travelling in skidded and landed in a ditch in Jalan Bachang near Taman Widuri here on Thursday night (April 25).
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Release report on 2016 fire at Johor hospital, Putrajaya urged
PETALING JAYA: Putrajaya has been urged to release the findings of an inquiry into the 2016 fire at Johor’s Sultanah Aminah Hospital which killed six patients.
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Wee: It will be harder for STPM students to enter public varsities
KUALA LUMPUR: Increasing the number of places for the matriculation programme will make it more competitive for Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) students to enter public universities, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.“At present, STPM and matriculation students are about 43,000 and 25,000 respectively.
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Malaysian climber has ‘miracle’ rescue on Nepal’s Mt Annapurna
KATHMANDU: A Malaysian climber stranded in the open for two nights on one of the world’s most treacherous mountains was rescued in Nepal Thursday, expedition organisers said.
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Malaysian climber has 'miracle' rescue on Nepal's Mount Annapurna
KATHMANDU (AFP) - A Malaysian climber stranded in the open for two nights on one of the world's most treacherous mountains was rescued in Nepal on Thursday (April 25), expedition organisers said.
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10 suggestions to reboot the digital initiative in Malaysia
IN MY previous article, I articulated why Digital is the key to growing the Malaysian economy and the people’s incomes.
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