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Topic: July 3

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Baby found in surau is the third dumping case in Kedah
KUBANG PASU: Yet another newborn is found dumped in Kedah.
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Teresa Kok champions bipartisan approach in MSPO talks
Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok believes that the bipartisan approach is the best way to get a message through to the people.
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London Biscuits' assets are worth over RM845m but it can't settle a RM9.83m loan
This article first appeared as "Transactions at London Biscuits raise eyebrows" in The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on August 12, 2019 - August 18, 2019.
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SRC probe began after intel gathering, news in Sarawak Report, court told
KUALA LUMPUR: Intelligence gathered by the anti-graft agency and a report published in whistleblower website Sarawak Report (SR) led to the commencement of the SRC International Sdn Bhd probe, the Hig...
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Transactions at London Biscuits raise eyebrows
CONFECTIONERY maker London Biscuits Bhd’s share price has been on the decline since the beginning of the year, closing at 14 sen last Thursday — its lowest level since debuting on the local stock ...
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6 men arrested over Miri businessman’s murder
MIRI: Police have arrested six men in connection with the murder of a businessman here, whose rotting corpse was found floating in Sungai Suai here four days after he was reported missing on June 29.
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Six men arrested over Miri businessman’s murder
MIRI: Police have arrested six men in connection with the murder of a businessman, whose rotting corpse was found floating in Sungai Suai here, four days after he was reported missing on June 29.
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Six men arrested for Miri businessman’s murder
MIRI, Aug 19 — Police have arrested six men in connection with the murder of a businessman here, whose rotting corpse was found floating in Sungai Suai here four days after he was reported missing o...
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Najib’s SRC trial: How much did Bank Negara know about the foreign funds...
FORMER AmBank relationship manager Joanna Yu Ging Ping replies last week during cross examination raises questions over the extent of Bank Negara’s knowledge of the humongous foreign remittances fac...
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Frankly Speaking: Some explanation needed
On July 9, London Biscuits Bhd fell into Practice Note 17 status for non-payment of banking facilities of RM9.83 million, owed to the Bank of Nova Scotia.
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Stolen asset: Convict jailed another 20 months
PETALING JAYA: A convicted criminal will spend more time in jail after he was sentenced 20 months by the magistrate’s court here today, for possession of a stolen vehicle.
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70% of shortlisted subcontractors for ECRL work are Bumiputeras
PETALING JAYA: About 70.7% of the 331 construction companies shortlisted as subcontractors in a pre-qualification exercise for work on the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project are Bumiputera companies,...
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ECRL developers to issue tenders for railway’s civil works, will retain previously suspended contractors
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 2 — The East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) developer is set to issue tenders for civil works projects for the said mega railway construction in the fourth quarter of this year, Malaysia R...
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Kuching MP to meet MACC over graft probe on Taib
PETALING JAYA: Bandar Kuching MP Kelvin Yii says he has been in contact with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on a probe into allegations of corruption involving Sarawak strongman Abdul...
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British inventor Dyson to buy second Singapore luxury property, says report
SINGAPORE, July 26 ― British inventor James Dyson is buying a luxury Singapore house with an indoor waterfall that was marketed for US$32 million (RM131 million), a report said today, weeks after he...
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Dewan Negara passes Amendment Bill to reduce youth age cap to 30
Abdul Halim Abd Samad KUALA LUMPUR: The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019 which seeks to, among others, reduce the age cap for the definition of youth from 40 to 30, was app...
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Senate passes ammendment Bill to reduce youth age cap to 30
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019 which seeks to, among others, reduce the age cap for the definition of youth from 40 to 30, was approved by the ...
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Dewan Negara passes Youth Bill to lower age cap to 30
The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019 which seeks to, among others, reduce the age cap for the definition of youth from 40 to 30, was approved by the Senate today.
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Dewan Negara passes Amendment Bill to reduce youth age cap to 30
KUALA LUMPUR: The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019 which seeks to, among others, reduce the age cap for the definition of youth from 40 to 30, was approved by the Senate tod...
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Dewan Negara passes Amendment Bill to reduce youth age cap to 30
KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019 which seeks to, among others, reduce the age cap for the definition of youth from 40 to 30, was approved by th...
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Fiscal deficit down 39% to RM21.4 bil in Jan-May period
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has successfully cut its fiscal deficit by 39% to RM21.4 billion in the first five months of 2019, down from RM35.0 billion recorded in the same period last year, said Fin...
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Fiscal deficit down 39% to RM21.4b in Jan–May 2019: Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has successfully cut its fiscal deficit by 39% to RM21.4 billion in the first five months of 2019, down from RM35.0 billion recorded in the same period last year, said Fin...
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Malaysia’s fiscal deficit down by 39pc, says Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — The Finance Ministry today announced that Malaysia’s fiscal deficit has been brought down 39 per cent to RM21.4 billion in the first five months of this year compared to RM...
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Positive impact of open tenders, zero-based budgeting on gov't finances
MP SPEAKS | Open competitive tenders and zero-based budgeting have had a positive impact on the government’s finances, allowing for development expenditure to increase by 13 percent or RM2.4 billion...
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Open competitive tenders allow development expenditure to rise 13% in Jan-May...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): Open competitive tenders and zero-based budgeting have had a positive impact on the government's finances, leading to a 13% or RM2.4 billion year-on-year (y-o-y) increase in de...
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Youth associations have until 2024 to adjust to new age limit
KUALA LUMPUR: Youth councils and associations in this country have until 2024 to adjust to the new age limit for youths, as approved by the Dewan Rakyat recently.
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Kojadi board: Why we suspended Ng as chair
COMMENT | The board of directors of Koperasi Jayadiri Sdn Bhd (Kojadi) held a board meeting on July 17, 2019 to hear and consider both verbal and written explanations given by Ng Peng Hay in regard to...
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KSL’s founders tighten grip on company
THE last few months have seen the founders of KSL Holdings Bhd acquiring more shares in the Johor-based property developer, at a time when its share price can be considered rather depressed.
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101-year-old man in Makkah to perform haj
MAKKAH: At 101 years of age, Abdul Gapak Mahmud never thought he would be performing his haj, but this year, he not only got to do that, but even celebrated his birthday there.
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Will Yee Lee’s offerors wait and make another attempt in six months?
KUALA LUMPUR: Set on the plan to take Yee Lee Corp Bhd private, the 50-year old Ipoh-based trading company will not take steps to address the shortfall in its public shareholding spread, which arose a...
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Woman arrested for allegedly beating daughter's classmate in Malaysia school
KUALA LUMPUR: The police have arrested a woman for allegedly beating a Year Five pupil at a school in Taman Shamelin, Cheras, here.
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SD on two-thirds support for Anwar to become PM is fake - aide
A statutory declaration purporting that Anwar Ibrahim has the support of two-thirds of lawmakers to become the prime minister is fake.
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Woman arrested for allegedly beating 11-year-old girl in Cheras school
KUALA LUMPUR: The police have arrested a woman for allegedly beating a Year Five pupil at a school in Taman Shamelin, Cheras, here.
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Human rights activists call for sacking of Special Branch officers
KUALA LUMPUR: Two human rights activists have asked for the Special Branch (SB) to be restructured and for some of its officers to be sacked for intimidation.
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Ghana and Ivory Coast lift threat to suspend cocoa supplies
ABIDJAN (Ivory Coast), July 17 — Ivory Coast and Ghana, the world’s two largest cocoa producers, have ended a threat to stop selling their production in what was a push for higher prices.
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End pretense of prosecuting Lam for Pastor Koh's kidnapping - Caged
The Citizens Against Enforced Disappearances (Caged) has learned that the trial of Lam Chang Nam, who ostensibly kidnapped Pastor Raymond Koh, will only resume in December this year (no date fixed), d...
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Former soldier charged with wife’s murder
MALACCA: A former soldier was charged in the magistrate’s court here today with the murder of his wife in a house at Taman Seri Duyong here, early this month.
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Former soldier charged with murdering wife
MELAKA (Bernama): A former soldier was charged in the Magistrate's Court here Tuesday (July 16) with the murder of his wife in a house at Taman Seri Duyong here, early this month.
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Mahathir responds to Johor's capping of youth age at 40
PUTRAJAYA (July 15): The Federal Government will revoke the decision of the Johor government on the youth age cap, if there has been interference from the palace in the matter, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad...
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Fed govt respects Sarawak govt decision on youth age cap, says Syed Saddiq
KUCHING: The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30, Youth and Sports Minister Syed ...
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Federal govt respects Sarawak’s decision on youth age cap: Syed Saddiq
KUCHING: The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30, Youth and Sports Minister Syed ...
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KSL touches two-month high as Ku brothers tighten grip on company
KUALA LUMPUR (July 15): Property developer KSL Holdings Bhd's share price rose to a two-month high today, amid news that its founders have been increasing their stake in the company.
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Johor state gov't will meet youth groups on age cap issue
The youth age cap issue in Johor is considered resolved and the state government will hold meetings with different youth associations to explain the resolution.
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Johor will meet youth associations on youth age cap issue
KULAI: The youth age cap issue in Johor is considered resolved and the state government will hold meetings with different youth associations to explain it.
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Fed govt respects Sarawak govt decision on youth age cap – Syed Saddiq
Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman — Bernama file photo KUCHING: The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age ca...
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Malaysia gay sex video: Accuser Haziq among six arrested
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian police have arrested six individuals, including former ministerial aide Haziq Abdullah Abdul Aziz, over a sex video allegedly involving a minister.
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Syed Saddiq: Federal govt respects Sarawak govt’s decision on youth age cap
KUCHING, July 15 — The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30, Youth and Sports Mi...
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Pahamin’s Najah Air said to be seeking RM1b in first funding for Malaysia Airlines
KUALA LUMPUR: Najah Air Sdn Bhd, a group of businessmen led by AirAsia Group Bhd co-founder and former chairman Datuk Pahamin Ab Rajab, is said to be seeking about RM1 billion from a Japanese lender t...
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Pahamin’s Najah Air said to be seeking RM1b in first funding for Malaysia...
KUALA LUMPUR: Najah Air Sdn Bhd, a group of businessmen led by AirAsia Group Bhd co-founder and former chairman Datuk Pahamin Ab Rajab, is said to be seeking about RM1 billion from a Japanese lender t...
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Matrade: International Sourcing Programme business matching generates potential export worth RM35.12m
KUALA LUMPUR, July 14 — A total of RM35.12 million potential export value were generated from over 60 meetings, involving Malaysian building materials producers and global buyers, held during Malays...
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Five million youth to lose out
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s youth population will shrink by up to five million people once the amendment to the Youth Societies and Youth Development Act comes into force.
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Malaysia expected to see sustained GDP growth in Q2 as IPI, exports grow: Lim
PUTRAJAYA: The continued industrial production expansion in May as well as solid expansion in exports and domestic demand point towards sustained GDP growth in the second quarter (Q2) of 2019, accordi...
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Malaysia's industrial growth in May exceeds expectations
MP SPEAKS | Malaysia exceeded market expectations with a 4.0% industrial production index (IPI) growth In May 2019, And together with solid expansion in exports and domestic demand, they point towards...
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Guan Eng: Malaysia expected to see sustained GDP growth in Q2 as IPI, exports grow
PUTRAJAYA, July 13 — The continued industrial production expansion in May as well as solid expansion in exports and domestic demand point towards sustained gross domestic growth (GDP) in the second ...
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Founders of KSL Holdings acquiring more shares in property developer
KUALA LUMPUR (July 13): According to a recent report by The Edge Malaysia, the “low-profile Ku brothers” via Gorgeous Horizon Sdn Bhd have been buying more KSL shares on the open market, “bringi...
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‘Prioritise childcare centres in govt depts’
SIBU: There are 541 government departments and agencies nationwide without taska or childcare centres, and their heads have been told to prioritise the matter.
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Zelan loses arbitration to Indonesia project supplier
KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): An international tribunal has sided with Dongfang Electric Corp in a US$1.15 million suit filed by the company against Zelan Bhd.
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Students pay the price for policy reversals
REFERRING to the letter “Sad to see Frog VLE go” (The Star, July 3), I remember attending the Leaps of Knowledge Conference a few years ago.
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Johor’s stance on age limit will affect its youth movements: Muhyiddin
MUAR: The Johor State Government’s move to maintain its youth age limit at 40 will affect the state’s youth movements in the future.
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Muhyiddin: Johor's stance on age limit will affect its youth movements
The Johor state government's move to maintain its youth age limit at 40 will affect the state’s youth movements in the future.
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Johor stance on age limit will affect its youth movements
MUAR (July 11): The Johor State Government's move to maintain its youth age limit at 40 will affect the State’s youth movements in the future.
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Govt to review land offered by Sarawak for affordable homes
KUALA LUMPUR (July 11): The Housing and Local Government Ministry will look into the suitability of building affordable homes on 13 lots of land offered by the Sarawak government, the Dewan Rakyat was...
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Saleswoman loses RM182,340 in loan scam
ALOR SETAR (Bernama): A 24-year-old saleswoman lost RM182,340 after she was believed to have been deceived in a loan scam by a company offering loans through the WhatsApp application on July 2.
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Govt to review land offered by S’wak for affordable homes
Zuraida Kamaruddin – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: The Housing and Local Government Ministry will look into the suitability of building affordable homes on 13 plots of land offered by the Sarawa...
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‘Undi 18’ Bill tabled again
KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman has tabled again a constitutional amendment Bill to lower the voting age from 21 to 18 years while adding the demands made ...
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Education ministry denies 'subtle preaching' in schools
The Education Ministry has clarified that there were no "subtle preaching" attempts made during a session by motivational speaker Firdaus Wong (above) at SMK Lunas in Kulim, Kedah, earlier this month.
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‘Stranger Things 3’ is a subscriber magnet: 13% of ex-Netflix users signing up again to watch show, study finds
Netflix can’t be happy about the looming departures of Friends (for WarnerMedia’s newly announced HBO Max in 2020) and The Office (for NBCUniversal’s service in 2021) – two of the platform’s most-streamed shows.
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Bursa retreats after higher opening
KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Bursa Malaysia opens higher but retreated slightly thereafter as market participants await fresh leads to garner momentum for the day.
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Johor Govt urged to reconsider decision on youth age limit
KUALA LUMPUR (July 10): The Johor State Government has been urged to reconsider its decision to maintain the State's youth age limit to 40 years, for uniformity between the Federal and State Governmen...
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Govt to look into Johor youth age cap — PM
Dr Mahathir (centre) during the press media at the Parliament lobby.
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Yee Lee joint offerors still 0.07% short of 90% shareholding
KUALA LUMPUR: A week after the voluntary takeover offer for Yee Lee Corp Bhd lapsed, the joint offerors are still unable to garner 90% shareholding in the company.
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DOE confident it can finish checking 250 factories in Pasir Gudang by Friday
JOHOR BAHRU (July 3): The Department of Environment (DOE) is confident of completing checks on 250 factories in Pasir Gudang which process scheduled and chemical waste within two days, following a spa...
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Prosecution files motion to postpone 1MDB trial again
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution team in the case against Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on the alleged misappropriation of SRC International Sdn Bhd’s funds amounting to RM42 million, today filed a motion...
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Gov’t to look into Johor youth age cap: Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today the government will study the impact of the Johor government’s decision to retain the youth age cap of 40 years when the Dewan Rakyat ...
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Prosecution files motion to postpone 1MDB trial again
Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak arrived at the Federal Court in Putrajaya on March 27.
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PKNS puts new PJ hostels up for possible RM212m sale
THE Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) is putting two blocks of newly completed hostels in Kelana Jaya, Selangor, up for sale with a reserve price of RM212.3 million.
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Seven armed robbery suspects detained
Omar (third left) with Zaini (second left), Jauteh (left), Habibi (third right) and other police officers with the seized items.
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Dollar climbs as US yields rise on pared bets for deep rate cuts
TOKYO, July 10 ― The dollar edged toward a three-week high against a basket of major currencies today, as an unwinding of bets on deep US interest rate cuts pushed Treasury yields higher.
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Four foreign militants detained
KUALA LUMPUR: Four foreign militants were detained following anti-terror swoops in Selangor and Kedah, says Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador.
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4 foreign terror suspects nabbed (Updated)
PETALING JAYA: Four foreigners, including a Filipino with a fake Malaysian identity card, have been arrested for involvement in terrorist groups.
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Full circle: Johor to maintain youth age limit at 40 following 'advice'
The Johor government has reversed its stance on the age limit for youths again, maintaining the status quo of defining youths as those aged 15 to 40.
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Kojadi chairman cries foul over suspension, says being punished for doing the right thing
KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 — Datuk Ng Peng Hay has been suspended as chairman by the board of directors of Kojadi.
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Madrasah teacher among four arrested for involvement with terrorist group: IGP
KUALA LUMPUR: A madrasah teacher was among four individuals detained in Selangor and Kedah between June 14 and July 3 for their alleged involvement with terrorist groups.
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Kojadi chair: I've been suspended - for doing the right thing
Koperasi Jayadiri Sdn Bhd (Kojadi) chairperson Ng Peng Hay has been suspended by the company's board of directors.
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IGP: Four militants nabbed in anti-terror raids, including Rohingya who threatened to assassinate Bangladesh PM
KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 — Bukit Aman Special Branch’s Counter-Terrorism (E8) division rounded up four terror suspects belonging to different extremist group, including a Rohingya man who had threaten...
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Four militants arrested in anti-terror swoops in Selangor, Kedah
KUALA LUMPUR: Four foreign militants were detained following anti-terror swoops in Selangor and Kedah, says Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador.
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60 SMEs picked to undergo Readiness Assessment programme: Ong
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 60 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have been selected to undergo the Readiness Assessment (RA) programme to migrate to Industry 4.0 platform, said Deputy Minister of Inter...
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Police nab seven, solve five robbery cases in Kota Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: Police believed they have solved five robbery cases reported in the district following the arrest of seven suspects comprising three men and four women on July 3.
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Dr M: Gov't has received four proposals to revive MAS
Putrajaya is mulling letting a local company revive Malaysia Airlines Bhd, as many have failed to make the national carrier profitable in the past.
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US FTC to ask about disabling YouTube ads for kids’ privacy
The chairman of the US Federal Trade Commission asked children’s privacy advocates whether having video creators on YouTube disable ads could resolve concerns the site is violating laws to protect kids, according to a person familiar with the conversation.
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Quick take: London Biscuits tumbles 35% after classified PN17
KUALA LUMPUR: London Biscuit Bhd tumbled over 35% this morning after it was classified as an affected listed issuer under Practice Note 17 (PN17).
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London Biscuits slumps 27% on becoming PN17-company
KUALA LUMPUR (July 9): London Biscuit Bhd slumped 27% this morning after it yesterday said tat it has become a Practice Note 17-company, after it defaulted a debt payment of RM9.83 million to Bank of ...
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Detainees given four square meals daily
KUALA LUMPUR: Four square meals a day, a nursery for children, beds for expectant mothers and water filters are among the facilities provided at the Bukit Jalil immigration depot for detainees.
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London Biscuits falls into PN17 after default
KUALA LUMPUR (July 8): London Biscuits Bhd announced today that it has become a Practice Note 17-company, according to the Main Market Listing Requirements of Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd.
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Immigration D-G: Detainees not treated inhumanely, not fed bad food
KUALA LUMPUR: The Immigration Department has refuted allegations that detainees were placed in inhumane conditions and fed with “stale and burnt food good for swines”.
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TNB reverses early sell-off
KUALA LUMPUR (July 8): Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) reversed its earlier losses and clawed into positive territory, which saw its share price rise as much as 1.47%.
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London Biscuits active, pares loss after series of boardroom changes, RM9.8m...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 8): Shares of London Biscuits Bhd were down as much as 16.07% earlier this morning, while trading volume spiked to 15.32 million shares versus its 200-day average volume of 4.65 mil...
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Wee: Has CCCC been granted govt land?
PETALING JAYA: MCA has questioned whether claims that the granting of government-owned land to China Communications Construction Company Ltd (CCCC) are true.
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Five arrested for distributing heroin in Batu Pahat
BATU PAHAT: The police believe they have crippled one of the biggest drug distribution syndicates in the Batu Pahat district, with the arrest of three men and two women on Wednesday (July 3).
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IGP vows swift investigation into activists’ claims of intimidation by Special Branch officer
KUALA LUMPUR, July 7 — The Inspector-General of Police has vowed swift action to get to the bottom of an incident where two activists were allegedly intimidated by a Special Branch (SB) officer.
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