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Topic: July 19

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Black panther still roaming around in Dungun
KUALA TERENGGANU: A black panther reported to be roaming around Taman Harmoni, near Al Muktafi Billah Shah, Dungun, for the past two weeks has not been caught.
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Black panther still roaming around residential area
KUALA TERENGGANU: A black panther reported to be roaming around Taman Harmoni, near Al Muktafi Billah Shah, Dungun for the past two weeks has not been caught.
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US dollar holds gains as oil shock eases, Fed in focus
TOKYO, Sept 18 — The US dollar traded near a seven-week high versus the yen as oil markets recovered from a supply shock, but the focus is firmly on a US Federal Reserve meeting later today that is ...
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Panther spotted prowling near homes in Dungun
KUALA TERENGGANU: If two months ago two tigers spotted roaming around Kampung Besul Lama near Dungun sparked headlines, now a panther (harimau kumbang) has been spotted in an area nearby.
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Wakanda Forever: Panther spotted prowling near Dungun homes
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): Two months ago two tigers spotted roaming around Kampung Besul Lama near Dungun sparked headlines, now a panther (harimau...
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Panther spotted prowling near homes in Dungun
KUALA TERENGGANU, Sept 17 — If two months ago two tigers spotted roaming around Kampung Besul Lama near Dungun sparked headlines, now a panther (harimau kumbang) has been spotted in an area nearby.
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What’s brewing at Tech in Asia
This article is an excerpt from an episode of Startup Snapshot, a Tech in Asia podcast that features the leaders and innovators in the Asian startup scene, and discusses the highs and lows of their fo...
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Popular restaurant in Klang demolished following court order
​KLANG (Sept 11): A popular restaurant here, Berkeley Corner at Taman Berkeley here, was demolished by the authorities in an operation last night.
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Authorities demolish popular Klang restaurant built on gov't land
A popular restaurant in Klang, Berkeley Corner at Taman Berkeley, was demolished by the authorities in an operation last night.
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Enforcement officers start demolition of Klang’s Berkeley Corner
KLANG: Enforcement officers began tearing down a popular Indian restaurant here on Tuesday night, two years after it lost a legal battle to stop an eviction notice.
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Klang’s Berkeley Corner restaurant demolished following court order
KLANG, Sept 11 — A popular restaurant here, Berkeley Corner at Taman Berkeley here, was demolished by the authorities in an operation last night.
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Giving poor students a cleaner option
KUALA LUMPUR: Many girls living in interior regions of Malaysia skip school when they have their monthly periods.
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Honour nuclear deal first, then talk, says Iranian foreign minister in KL
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Malaysia ex-army chief is Pasdec's new chairman
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): Pasdec Holdings Bhd has redesignated Malaysia's ex-army chief General Tan Sri Zulkiple Kassim as chairman yesterday.
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Search for two soldiers missing at Pulau Perak ongoing
KUALA LUMPUR: The search and rescue operation for two soldiers who went missing in Pulau Perak, Kedah, last July, is continuing but there have been no new leads, according to Armed Forces Chief Gen Ta...
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Armed Forces chief: Search for two soldiers missing on Pulau Perak ongoing
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 23 — The search and rescue operation for two soldiers who went missing in Pulau Perak, Kedah, last July, is continuing but there have been no new leads, said Armed Forces Chief Gen...
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Sabah sea curfew extended another two weeks until Sept 8
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s dusk-to-dawn sea curfew, which ends on Friday (Aug 23), will be extended for another two weeks until Sept 8 (Sunday), says state...
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PM: No Cabinet reshuffle for now
PUTRAJAYA: The Prime Minister has indicated the possibility of a change in the portfolios of his Cabinet, but says there will not be a reshuffle.
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Dr M: No Cabinet reshuffle, but portfolios changes possible
PUTRAJAYA: The Prime Minister has indicated the possibility of a change in ministers' portfolios but ruled out a Cabinet reshuffle.
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Hibiscus Petroleum completes St Joseph infill drilling off Sabah
KUALA LUMPUR: Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd's unit SEA Hibiscus Sdn Bhd has successfully completed the St Joseph infill drilling contract in the 2011 North Sabah enhanced oil recovery production sharing contract (PSC).
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Missing soldier Moses’ family meets Mohamad over matters related to search operation
Mohamad (seated, left) in a discussion with Moses’ father in law Michael.
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Search for missing soldiers will continue if there are new leads, says Mat Sabu
SIBU: The search for two Sarawakian soldiers who went missing last month while on duty at Pulau Perak, Kedah will continue if there are new leads, says Mohamad Sabu.
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Mohamad: Search for two missing Sarawakian soldiers ongoing, to be intensified if new leads are found
Mohamad (seated, second right) speaking to reporters during a press conference at Rascom Camp in Mile 10, Oya Road in Sibu today.
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Two Sarawakian soldiers who disappeared without a trace will continue to receive their salaries, says Mat Sabu
KUCHING, Aug 18 — Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu today explained that the two Sarawakian soldiers, who disappeared while on duty at Pulau Perak, Kedah, last month, will continue to receive their mont...
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Number of special needs people with jobs still low in Malaysia
SEREMBAN: The number of special needs people with jobs is still low in Malaysia, standing at just 0.31 of the workforce, according to data from the Social Welfare Department.
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NGOs say will seek Dr M’s aid to stop MH17 trial of four men
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 17 — Several non-governmental organisations (NGOs) today said they will soon ask for Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s help to prevent the trial of four individuals over t...
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Number of special needs people with jobs still low in Malaysia
SEREMBAN, Aug 17 — The number of special needs people with jobs is still low in Malaysia, standing at just 0.31 per cent of the workforce, according to data from the Social Welfare Department.
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Why lack of effort to search for 2 missing soldiers, asks Sarawak activist
KUCHING: Sarawakians are questioning the defence ministry on the lack of effort in the search for two soldiers who went missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah.
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Our financial position now stable, says Bernama management
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) today issued a statement to announce that its financial position is now stable and under control.
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Missing soldiers: Land search ongoing, says Mat Sabu
The search for missing Sarawakian soldiers, Corporal David Edmund Rapi and his colleague L/Cpl Moses Logers, are still ongoing, Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu said on Friday.He added that the sea searc...
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Mah Sing turns 25, unveils the Lock and Win campaign
IN conjunction with its 25th year anniversary, property developer Mah Sing Group rolled out its latest sales campaign named Lock and Win, to reward buyers from RM2mil worth of prizes when they purchase from a selection of the group’s homes and commercial spaces nationwide.
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Search to continue for missing Sarawakian soldiers, says Mat Sabu
KUALA LUMPUR: Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu says search and rescue (SAR) efforts for the two soldiers who have been missing since July 19 in Pulau Perak, Kedah, will continue with land searches.
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Wan Junaidi questions lack of intensity in search for missing soldiers
KUCHING: Santubong MP Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuank Jaafar urged the Malaysian Search and Rescue (SAR) team to put in the same level of efforts in looking for the two Sarawakian soldiers missing in Pulau...
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Wan Junaidi: Be more enthusiastic in search for missing Sarawakian soldiers, like that of Franco-Irish teen
Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar KUCHING: Santubong MP Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuank Jaafar is urging the authorities involved in the search for two missing Sarawakian soldiers to be as enthusiastic in their e...
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'Show same gusto for missing Sarawakian soldiers as you did for Irish teen', MP tells authorities
KUCHING, Aug 15 — Santubong MP Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar today said the same intensive search for the missing Franco-Irish teen Nora Anne Quoirin by the authorities should also be applied...
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Tycoons call for calm after Hong Kong protests hit fortunes
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s corporate elite have come off the sidelines to oppose the violent protests that have disrupted businesses in the city and slashed billions of dollars off their market value.
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Missing Sarawakian soldiers: Family of Corporal David flies to Kedah in search of answers
Fatimah (third right) is seen comforting David’s mother Teresa Hamlin before sending the family off for their flight.
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Hong Kong stocks resume retreat as protest fallout deepens
Hong Kong: Hong Kong’s stocks fell amid renewed pressure after protesters brought the city’s airport to a standstill Monday, highlighting the economic fallout from weeks of anti-government demonstrations that show no sign of easing.
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Families of missing soldiers want personal belongings returned
KUCHING: The Sarawak state government is seeking the approval of the defence ministry for the families of two soldiers reported missing since July 19 to retrieve their belongings.
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PKR: We support Anwar as president
PETALING JAYA: Our support for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is only for him to be made PKR president, say some party division chiefs.They also said the question of whether Anwar would become the eighth prime minister should be left to the Pakatan Harapan leadership to decide.
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Sarawak govt to continue assisting families of missing soldiers – Fatimah
Fatimah (third left) seen handing over sacrificial meat to one of the recipients who were present during the event.
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Lim orders probe into Bernama’s finances
KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng has instructed his ministry to investigate a claim that the Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) used contributions meant for the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) to pay the July salary of its staff.
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Guan Eng orders Finance Ministry probe into Bernama's financial woes
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said on Saturday (Aug 10) that he has instructed the ministry to investigate a claim that the Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) had used contributions meant for the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) to pay the July salary of its staff.
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Ministry orders probe into Bernama’s finances
GEORGE TOWN: The Finance Ministry today ordered an investigation into the Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama), following reports that the latter had to dip into staffs EPF allocation in order to ...
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Lim orders probe on whether Bernama salaries used for other purposes
PETALING JAYA: The finance ministry will investigate whether money meant to pay the staff of national news agency Bernama was “diverted” for other purposes, its minister Lim Guan Eng said.
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Resume search for missing soldiers, ministry told
KUCHING: The families of two Sarawakian soldiers who went missing last month while on duty at Pulau Perak, Kedah, insist that authorities must resume the search for them.
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Unsatisfied, families of missing soldiers will be assisted by Works Ministry as they return to Pulau Perak to continue search (Video)
The family members join Baru (seated, centre) during the press conference as they prepare to visit the site where the soldiers went missing once more.
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Families of missing Sarawakian soldiers want search to resume
KUCHING: The family members of two Sarawakian soldiers, missing since July 19, have urged the government to resume the search for them.
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Families plead with military to resume search for two Sarawak soldiers missing in Kedah
KUCHING, Aug 9 — The families of two soldiers who mysteriously disappeared while on assignment on an island in Kedah last month hope the Armed Forces will resume its aborted search for the two men.
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Off-Market Trades: MMAG Holdings, Utusan Melayu (M), Eastern & Oriental,...
NOTABLE off-market trades in the period under review include a block of 34.5 million MMAG Holdings shares sold for 30 sen apiece in the final trading hour on July 23.
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MPCorp rises on resuming trade after one-year hiatus
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 7): Shares in Practice Note 17 (PN17) company Malaysia Pacific Corp Bhd (MPCorp) rose this morning on resuming trade, after the stock having been suspended for a year.
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MPCorp to resume trading tomorrow after termination in winding up order
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 6): Practice Note 17 (PN17) company Malaysia Pacific Corp Bhd (MPCorp) will resume the trading of its shares starting tomorrow after the stock has been suspended for a year.
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China dismisses Trump agri purchase claim, says honouring pledges
BEIJING, Aug 5 — Beijing is honouring its pledges to purchase US agricultural products, state media cited China’s state planning body saying, dismissing an accusation from US President Donald Trum...
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Family members want authorities to step up search for missing soldiers
Thony (centre) speaking to reporters during a press conference.
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Frankly Speaking: Inconsistent announcements
On July 19, Asia Media Group Bhd announced that its annual audited financial statements together with the auditors’ and directors’ reports for its financial year ended Dec 31, 2018, were still not...
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Man charged with murder of tailor whose body was found in luggage
KUCHING: A 28-year-old man, Chong Kong Liang, has been charged with the murder of tailor Wong Sie Tuang at the Bau magistrate’s court today.
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Man charged with murder of tailor whose body was found in luggage in Bau
Chong Kong Liang leaving the Bau Magistrate Court this morning.
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Treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang nothing short of cultural genocide
LETTER | As the president of the Uyghur American Association, it is my duty to refute the inaccurate claims published by so-called Uyghur intellectuals in a letter in the Global Times on July 19.
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No immediate plans to buy Turkish arms, says Mat Sabu
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Malaysia has no immediate plans to buy military equipment from Turkey which has offered to help the country develop a defence industry, Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu said.
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MMU reverses fee hike for existing students after 1,000-strong protest
After a protest held by dissatisfied students, the Malacca Multimedia University (MMU) management has agreed not to increase its student activity fee (SAF) for all existing students.
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Plastic waste disposal firms deny tech will worsen pollution
IPOH, July 30 — Plastic waste disposal companies whose technologies are being considered by Putrajaya have rejected Sahabat Alam Malaysia’s (SAM) claims that these will contribute to pollution.
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Semporna NRD officer detained for fake documents, rubber stamps
KOTA KINABALU: A National Registration Department (NRD) officer was among three men detained in Semporna to assist police investigation into a syndicate involved in falsifying identification documents...
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Semporna NRD officer detained for fake documents, rubber stamps
A National Registration Department (NRD) officer was among three men detained in Semporna to assist the police investigation into a syndicate involved in falsifying identification documents.
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Search for two missing S’wakian soldiers temporarily suspended
Mohamad (centre) lays a brick as a symbolic when inspecting the sites of the RKAT and armed forces clinic and dental clinic that are being upgraded during his official visit to the Penrissen Camp toda...
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MAF suspends search for two missing soldiers
KUCHING: The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) has suspended the search for two Sarawakian soldiers who went missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah, on July 19.
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Wait for ‘big’ announcement on Sasterawan Negara, says Maszlee
KUALA LUMPUR: Education Minister Maszlee Malik has promised a surprise in the announcement of the next Sasterawan Negara, the country’s highest literary award, fuelling speculation that the recipien...
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Search for two missing S’wakians soldiers temporarily suspended
Mohamad (centre) lays a brick as a symbolic when inspecting the site of the RKAT and armed forces clinic and dental clinic that will be upgraded during his official visit to the Penrissen Camp today.
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Missing soldiers: Search area expanded
KUALA LUMPUR: The search and rescue (SAR) operation of the two missing soldiers on Pulau Perak, Kedah on July 19, has now been expanded to cover a wider area at sea.
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Beijing says millions of tonnes of US soy shipped to China, US data reflects less
BEIJING, July 29 — Chinese state media said on Sunday the United States has shipped several million tonnes of soybeans to China since the two countries’ leaders met in June, although US government...
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PKR leaders reminded not to miss party events after Azmin’s no-show
PETALING JAYA: PKR leaders have been issued a stern reminder not to skip the party’s meetings and activities in the future, after its deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali went absent again.
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Wanted: Police searching for 43-year-old man in connection to luggage murder case
Wong Chong Ming KUCHING: The Bau District Police have identified Wong Chong Ming, 43, as a person of interest as they investigate the murder of tailor Wong Sie Tuang, whose body was found in a locked...
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Body in luggage: Remand for 58-year-old suspect extended until Aug 1
KUCHING: The Bau Magistrate’s Court has extended the remand order for the 56-year-old female suspect to assist in police investigation into the murder of tailor Wong Sie Tuang.
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Police extend remand for 28-year-old suspect in luggage murder case
The man is escorted by police at the Magistrate’s Court in Bau.
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Segaliud bridge still safe despite collapse of sidewalk support
KOTA KINABALU: A bridge over the Segaliud river along Sabah’s east coast Sandakan-Kinabatangan road is still safe for motorists despite the collapse of two-steel support for the pedestrian sidewalk.
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ATM denies viral image is of missing soldiers
KUALA LUMPUR: The Defence Ministry has denied that a picture that has gone viral on social media is of the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) members who went missing from Pulau Perak on July 19.
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HD: Mah Sing unveils “Lock and Win” campaign
(from left) Mah Sing general manager of branding and strategic marketing Bernard Yong, general manager of sales and marketing Chris Chen, CEO Datuk Ho Hon Sang, chief operating officer Everlyn Khaw, g...
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Najib seeks to inspect items seized by police in May last year
KUALA LUMPUR (July 25): Datuk Seri Najib Razak and two of his family members have filed a notice of motion to inspect and obtain the details of the inventory of assets seized by the police from six pr...
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Syed Mokhtar may have already owned 19.72% of Utusan
KUALA LUMPUR: Tycoon Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Albukhary may have already owned a 19.72% stake in Malaysia’s oldest Malay daily Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd before the acquisition earlier this week by Nilam Set...
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Globetronics may rebound further, says RHB Retail Research
KUALA LUMPUR (July 25):RHB Retail Research said Globetronics Technology Bhd may rebound further after it tested RM1.74 support recently.
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Anwar’s pol-sec, Selangor MB to face PKR disciplinary board over viralled video
KUALA LUMPUR, July 25 — The sex videos that have been the bane of PKR since May was raised at the ruling party’s political bureau meeting last night.
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Oil price falls 1% despite large US stockpile decline
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell 1% on Wednesday, failing to draw lasting support from a large decrease in U.S. crude stockpiles as investors worried about global oil demand.
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Farhash to be summoned by PKR disciplinary board over sex video statements
PETALING JAYA: Perak PKR chief Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak will be summoned by the party's disciplinary board over statements he has made, including on the viral sex video allegedly implicating a cabinet minister.
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AG denies involvement in filing of affidavit stating Adib's death
SHAH ALAM: The Attorney General has denied being involved in the filing of an affidavit at the Court of Appeal stating – ahead of the Coroner's Court's decision – that firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim did not die from being beaten up.
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FMM Selangor: Give industries one month's notice on scheduled water interruption
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): Industries should be given ample notice of at least one month on scheduled water interruption so industrial consumers could prepare better, said the Selangor branch of the Fede...
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FMM Selangor: Give industries one month's notice on scheduled water interruption
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): Industries should be given ample notice of at least one month on scheduled water interruption so industrial consumers could prepare better, said the Selangor branch of the Fede...
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Sarawak govt willing to offer assistance to families of missing soldiers
KUCHING: The Sarawak government is prepared to assist the families of the two Malaysian soldiers from the state who have been reported missing while on duty in Pulau Perak, Kedah, since last Friday (J...
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Search for missing soldiers continuing: Mohamad Sabu
KUALA LUMPUR: The search operation to locate two soldiers reported missing since July 19 while on duty on Pulau Perak in Kedah, is continuing with all branches of the Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) invo...
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Search for missing soldiers continuing – Mohamad Sabu
Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu (centre) speaking to reporters in the Parliament.
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Who's playing the 'Game of Thrones'?
ADUN SPEAKS | I refer to Bersatu supreme council member Rais Hussin's piece "For good governance, not a never-ending 'Game of Thrones'" published in Malaysiakini on July 19.
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Armed Forces still searching for two missing soldiers in Kedah, says Mat Sabu
KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — The search operation to locate two soldiers reported missing since July 19 while on duty on Pulau Perak in Kedah, is continuing with all branches of the Malaysian Armed Force...
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Oil price rises near US$64/bbl on second downed Iranian drone
HOUSTON: Oil rose to almost $64 on Tuesday, jumping late in the session after the head of U.S. Central Command said the United States may have taken down a second Iranian drone over the Strait of Hormuz last week.
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Search for missing soldiers continuing — Mohamad Sabu
KUALA LUMPUR (July 23): The search operation to locate two soldiers reported missing since July 19 while on duty on Pulau Perak in Kedah, is continuing  with all branches of the Malaysian Armed Force...
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Malacca PAS blames Amanah man for mosque standoff
Malacca PAS has blamed Durian Tunggal state assemblyperson Mohd Sofi Wahab for the standoff at the Kampung Parit Melana mosque on Sunday.
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NRD lodges police report over viral pictures of foreigners flocking to HQ
PUTRAJAYA: The National Registration Department (NRD) today lodged a police report over the viral pictures of foreigners flocking to its headquarters here allegedly to apply for citizenship.
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NRD lodges police report over viral pictures of foreigners flocking to HQ
PUTRAJAYA (July 23): The National Registration Department (NRD) today lodged a police report over the viral pictures of foreigners flocking to its headquarters here, allegedly to apply for citizenship...
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Teen in botched circumcision gets RM150,000 in out-of-court deal
KUALA LUMPUR: A 19-year-old teenager, who lost the head of his penis in a botched circumcision procedure when he was 10 years old, today received RM150,000 in an out-of-court settlement with a governm...
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‘Awang Besul’ the tiger dies
PETALING JAYA: The Malayan tiger that was captured in a village in Dungun, Terengganu by the State Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) last Friday has died.
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Teen in botched circumcision gets RM150k in out-of-court deal
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A 19-year-old youth, who lost the head of his penis in a botched circumcision procedure when he was 10, received RM150,000 in an out-of-court settlement.
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Body in luggage: Mobile phone of murder victim found in drain
Bomba divers managed to find the mobile phone after a two-day search in a drain at Lorong Chawan 12.  KUCHING: The mobile phone of a man whose body was found inside a locked piece of luggage has bee...
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Ministry to curb sale of gadgets doubling as vape or e-cigarettes to school children
PETALING JAYA: The market is full of devices that come with a multitude of functions.
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