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Don’t go to media about internal party matters, Perak DAP assistant secretary tells superior
IPOH, Sep 13 — Buntong assemblyman A. Sivasubramaniam today urged fellow Perak parliamentarian Wong Kah Woh not to bring internal party matters concerning DAP to the attention of the media.
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(Video) Fire destroys top floor of Klang shophouse
KLANG: A fire destroyed the upper part of the building beside Centre Point Mall along Jalan Raja Hassan here today.
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Former Malay Mail journalist Johan Fernandez laid to rest
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — Former Malay Mail subeditor Johan Fernandez Abdullah was buried at the Tanah Perkuburan Islam Jalan Ampang here following his death this morning.
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Look after your health, then do no harm
SEPT 17 has been declared World Patient Safety Day by the World Health Organisation (WHO), which sees patient safety as a critical global public health issue.
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New Lexus ES 250 launched in Malaysia, from RM300k
The new Lexus ES 250 is now officially launched in Malaysia.
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NUJ condemns death threat to NSTP reporter
PETALING JAYA: The National Union of Journalists Malaysia (NUJ) has condemned a death threat made via email yesterday to a journalist with the New Straits Times Press.
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Staircase at PWTC building catches fire
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 9): A small fire broke out under the first floor staircase of the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) building here today.
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Sarawak CM: We don’t fight over religious issue here
KUCHING, Sept 7 — Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today said the state owes its peace and racial harmony to the respect that Sarawakians have for the religions of one anothe...
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Yoursay: A righteous man of steadfast moral principles
YOURSAY | ‘Zunar stood up to be counted.
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Erdogan says it's unacceptable that Turkey can't have nuclear weapons
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday it was unacceptable for nuclear-armed states to forbid Ankara from obtaining its own nuclear weapons, but did not say whether Turkey had plans to obt...
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Yoursay: Can there be two tigers on the same mountain?
YOURSAY | ‘It is best that Anwar is not in Mahathir’s cabinet as it will antagonise Mahathir more…’ PM: No one wants to resign, so no room for Anwar in cabinet now Veritas: There is a simple s...
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Drugs, guns and girls: What gets smuggled through the jungle
PETALING JAYA: In the east coast states of Terengganu and Kelantan, acres of palm oil estates provide an income for farmers and smallholders, but also hide a dangerous secret: jungle paths known collo...
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Slave to sachets - How poverty worsens plastics crisis in the Philippines
Armed with gloves, rubber boots and a rake, "Mangrove Warrior" Willer Gualva, 68, comes to Freedom Island in the Philippines almost every day to stop it being engulfed by trash.
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Asia stocks dented by US-China trade war, Brexit showdown paralyses pound
TOKYO, Sept 3 ― Global stocks faced headwinds today, stymied by US-China trade frictions while the British pound flirted with 2 1/2-year lows as Prime Minister Boris Johnson indicated he could call ...
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Stocks hurt by trade war, pound hit by no-deal Brexit fears
TOKYO: Global stocks were hit by U.S.-China trade frictions on Tuesday while the British pound flirted with 2 1/2-year lows as Prime Minister Boris Johnson indicated...
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Reflections on Merdeka Day
COMMENT | What do we have to celebrate about?
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On National Day, DPM urges Malaysians to uphold spirit of unity
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 31 — The people should embrace the concept of Sayangi Malaysiaku and be united as a family regardless of their racial and religious backgrounds, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Se...
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Malaysians urged to embrace 'Sayangi Negaraku' concept and unite as a family —...
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 31): The people should embrace the concept of Sayangi Malaysiaku and be united as a family regardless of their racial and religious backgrounds, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri...
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Dr M confident Pakatan would still win if general election held today
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite Pakatan Harapan's waning approval rating, the coalition is confident that it would still emerge victorious if elections were called today.
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US, France to lead talks on a global digital tax
France and the United States agreed to take leading roles in talks aimed at reaching a deal on a global digital tax by mid-2020.
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Chunky to hunky with the Tabata
A MAN in Japan claimed to have lost 13kg by doing the popular four-minute Tabata exercise every day for five months, China Press reported.
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New auto tech can irk drivers, says survey
DETROIT: Alerts from new driver assist systems can be so annoying that some motorists are turning the features off, according to a new survey.
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Cover Story: Time to exorcise the ghosts of 97/98
... and unleash the animal spirits of the private sector MALAYSIA’s economy has grown at a compound rate of 4.7% in the past 10 years.
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Survey finds new auto technology can annoy drivers
Alerts from new driver assist systems can be so annoying that some motorists are turning the features off, according to a new survey.
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ORB Solutions received RM2m cheque from Najib: Witness
KUALA LUMPUR: A former digital press secretary to Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak told the High Court here today that ORB Solutions Sdn Bhd received a cheque worth RM2 million from the former premier on ...
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Trade war’s ‘second wave’ more painful, says Indonesia Finance Minister
JAKARTA: The global economy could be hit by a second wave of damage from the U.S.-China trade war -- and it will be much more severe than the first, Indonesia’s finance...
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Sabah cops still trying to identify woman whose body remains unclaimed
KOTA KINABALU: City police are calling on those with missing family members to come forward, as a decomposing corpse of a woman was found in waters off...
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Anyone who touches on racial sensitivities will face the law – Muhyiddin
Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: Anyone who touches on racial sensitivities to the extent of causing instability in the country will not escape the long arm of the law, a...
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The rise of same-day delivery in Southeast Asia
A sales executive in Jakarta braves the morning rush hour and arrives at the office, preparing for a long day of meetings.
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Anyone who touches on racial sensitivities will face the law — Muhyiddin
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 26): Anyone who touches on racial sensitivities to the extent of causing instability in the country will not escape the long arm of the law, and this includes permanent residents, Ho...
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Muhyiddin: Even PRs who touch on racial sensitivities will face the law
Anyone who touches on racial sensitivities to the extent of causing instability in the country will not escape the long arm of the law, including permanent residents, Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin sa...
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Muhyiddin: None above the law, not even Zakir Naik
GOMBAK, Aug 26 — Nobody in Malaysia may act unlawfully without legal repercussions, Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said today.
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Syed Saddiq courts flak over Zakir Naik 'U-turn'
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman had courted flak from several quarters for his seeming change of heart over Dr Zakir Naik.
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IGP urged to re-open criminal cases previously handled by drug-abusing cops
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 25 — A DAP MP has urged the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) to order a mass re-investigation of criminal cases previously handled by police officers identified as drug abusers un...
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MIC disappointed with PAS in Zakir Naik debacle
MIC has expressed its dissatisfaction with PAS' handling of the recent controversy surrounding Dr Zakir Naik.
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Yoursay: Single stream? Yes, make national schools the school of choice
YOURSAY | ‘Malaysian parents are more pragmatic than you think.’ Malaysians split on single-stream education, survey finds Kunta Kinte: There’s been a lot of talk about single-stream schooling, ...
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Syed Saddiq: Forgive Zakir Naik and move on
PETALING JAYA: Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has called on Malaysians to forgive controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik and move on.
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Minister who called for Dr Zakir Naik’s deportation now says Malaysians must ‘move on’
KUALA LUMPUR, August 24 — Malaysians must move on instead of fixating over Dr Zakir Naik’s controversial remarks, Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman said today.
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Syed Saddiq hosts dinner for Zakir, says 'let's move on'
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman appears to have buried the hatchet with controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
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Property Investment views by Charles Tan? (that’s me) Here’s that interview by starproperty tv.
Yeah, when this interview took place a few weeks ago, I was still 82.5kg.
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Patriot: Malaysia is for all Malaysians, there is no room for exclusivity
KUALA LUMPUR, August 22 — Patriot president Brig Jen (Rtd) Datuk Mohamed Arshad Raji today warned that there is no room for racism and exclusivity in the country as he took Perlis Mufti Datuk Mohd A...
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Bitcoin pioneer skeptical of the latest Satoshi Nakamoto
Jeff Garzik used to exchange emails with Satoshi Nakamoto before the anonymous creator of Bitcoin disappeared years ago. He doubts Satoshi has resurfaced again.
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Drop charges, landslide-hit Bukit Kukus road builders appeal to AGC
GEORGE TOWN: The contractors of the Bukit Kukus bypass road here, which saw nine killed in a landslide last year, have asked the Attorney-General’s Chambers to drop a worksite safety negligence char...
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Malaysians expect wise decision from Dr M over controversial preacher, says Mat Hasan
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has a tricky task on his hands balancing the need for national unity, political considerations and the human rights of controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik, says Umn...
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Yoursay: Khat compromise not perfect, but let's move on
YOURSAY | ‘Maszlee could have defused this by spelling out what he meant by ‘optional’.’ Khat lessons subject to PTA approval, to be referred as 'Jawi lessons' Gerard Lourdesamy: This is a fai...
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Afghan wedding suicide blast kills 63, wounds 182
A suicide bomber killed 63 people and wounded 182 in an attack on a wedding reception in the Afghan capital on Saturday night, the interior ministry said The Taliban denied responsibility for the blas...
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Stronger economy. Accelerating maybe. Malaysia’s GDP 2019.
Property market is nothing without a growing economy.
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Perlis mufti says justice for all, but insists Tanah Melayu for Malays as ‘dominant race’
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 16 ― Justice is for everyone, but when it comes to national identity, there must always be a dominant race, Perlis Mufti Datuk Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin said.
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Rafidah: Don’t let one irrelevant foreigner divide us
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians must not allow the opinion of “one irrelevant foreigner” divide the country, says Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz (pic).
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Bahasa Melayu is part of the Malaysian identity
LETTER | No one needs to reiterate the status of the Malay Language in Malaysia; it stands as our national as well as official language pursuant to Articles 152 and 161 of the Federal Constitution and...
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Honouring the Malay language is paramount, period
No one needs to reiterate the status of the Malay language in Malaysia.
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Kayak belonging to missing Singaporeans found as search operations enter fifth day in Malaysia
SINGAPORE: The kayak belonging to the two Singaporeans who went missing off Mersing in Johor five days ago has been found, said the son of one of the pair.
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Shafie ruined Sabah’s economy in a year, says Umno
KOTA KINABALU: Umno has accused Chief Minister Shafie Apdal and his state government of ruining Sabah’s economy, in the wake of statistics showing that the state’s GDP fell 6.7% in less than a yea...
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Artist makes eco-friendly bags from ‘washable paper’
KOTA KINABALU: Beau Lim Min Bee is no ordinary painter.
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Yoursay: Daim, it’s too late to talk about our race-religion fetishism
YOURSAY | ‘If this were said 30, 40, 50 years ago, it might have made an impact.’ M'sians need empathy, not racial and religious superiority - Daim David Dass: Former Council of Eminent Persons (C...
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In the Trump era, a US comedy podcast about conspiracy theories finds a home in the mainstream
The hosts of Last Podcast On The Left do not feel especially vindicated that they were right about an alleged paedophile conspiracy that has ensnared top government and media figures.
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Jawi and khat not Malaysia’s identity, says non-Muslim group
PETALING JAYA: An interfaith group today challenged the education ministry’s statement that the Malay-Arabic calligraphy of khat is part of Malaysia’s identity, saying there is no historical backi...
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GE15 in 2023: How a democracy must defeat a klepto-theocracy
COMMENT | With 7.9 million voters automatically added to the electoral roll in Malaysia by the next general election, widely expected to be in 2023, those who are 18 years of age will have nearly 50 p...
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Policeman arrested for firing shots in public
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 5): A police corporal was arrested after he allegedly fired several shots outside an entertainment centre at Jalan Tun Razak here today.
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Policeman arrested for firing shots in public
KUALA LUMPUR: A police corporal was arrested after he allegedly fired several shots outside an entertainment centre at Jalan Tun Razak, here yesterday.
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Cop arrested for firing shots in public
KUALA LUMPUR: A police corporal was arrested after he allegedly fired several shots outside an entertainment centre at Jalan Tun Razak here yesterday.
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Cop arrested for firing shots outside KL nightclub
A police corporal was arrested after he allegedly fired several shots outside an entertainment centre at Jalan Tun Razak in Kuala Lumpur today.
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Policeman arrested for firing shots outside KL entertainment centre
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 5 — A police corporal was arrested after he allegedly fired several shots outside an entertainment centre at Jalan Tun Razak here yesterday.
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Khat will be introduced next year, insists Dr M
PETALING JAYA: The government is to go ahead with its decision to introduce the study of khat (jawi calligraphic script) in the Year 4 Bahasa Melayu syllabus next year, despite pockets of protest.
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'Khat' - what happens after Standard 4?
LETTER | Ministry: 'Khat' decision stands, appears even on banknotes so reads the Malaysiakini report.
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Let federal govt crack the whip, environmentalist says on forestry laws
PETALING JAYA: An environmentalist has backed the suggestion for the federal government to be given more clout in forestry matters, saying individual states are often seen as “toothless” in enforc...
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Elderly driver crashes car into Seremban restaurant
SEREMBAN: An elderly driver apparently stepped on the accelerator pedal by mistake and rammed his car into a restaurant in Seremban on Tuesday afternoon.
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Car rams into Seremban restaurant
A car driven by an 82-year-old man apparently wrongly stepped on the acceleration pedal and rammed his car into a restaurant in Seremban on Tuesday afternoon.
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Flogging the dead horse of the deep state
According to our foreign minister, Saifuddin Abdullah, it is the “deep state” that is now trying to undermine the Pakatan Harapan government.
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Affirmative action: A welfare state for some, exploitive capitalism for others — Lim Chin
JULY 30 — No one can deny that there were times when the affirmative action policies adopted by Malaysia were entirely necessary for the stability of the nation.
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Yoursay: IRB’s failure to seek Najib’s taxes earlier speaks volumes
YOURSAY | ‘Being a prime minister then made Najib a uniquely special person indeed.’ Lawyer: Income tax demand will bankrupt Najib, disqualify him as MP Vijay47: Lawyer Muhammad Farhan Muhammad Sh...
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UBS whistle-blower hunts trillions hidden in treasure islands
JOHN Christensen called Jersey home. A native of the scenic isle off England’s southern coast, he was a government economist with a hillside villa that had views of France.
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The dangers of Brexit, Iran and Boris Johnson to M’sia
COMMENT | No one can keep up with the speed by which the world changes.
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The dangers of Brexit, Iran and Boris Johnson on Malaysia
NO one can keep up with the speed at which the world changes.
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No sparing of the rod even for erring policemen, warns NS police chief
SEREMBAN: No one will be spared the rod if they commit a crime, Negri Sembilan Police chief DCP Datuk Mohamad Mat Yusop warned today.
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Malaysia police seeking armed home invaders seen in viral video
KUALA LANGAT, Malaysia - Police are looking for several armed suspects following a robbery, CCTV footage of which went viral on social media.
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Malaysian police seek armed Selangor home invaders seen in viral video
KUALA LANGAT - Malaysian police are looking for several armed suspects following a robbery, with CCTV footage of the incident going viral on social media.
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Malaysian police seek armed Selangor home invaders seen in viral video
KUALA LANGAT (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian police are looking for several armed suspects following a robbery, with CCTV footage of the incident going viral on social media.
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Umno to raise funds via crowdfunding: Zahid
KUALA LUMPUR: Umno plans to raise funds via crowdfunding to help it prepare for the coming general election, said its president Datuk Seri Zahid Hamidi.
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Cops seeking armed home invaders seen in viral video
KUALA LANGAT: Police are looking for several armed suspects following a robbery, CCTV footage of which went viral on social media.
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Fire damages four houses in Setapak
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): A fire damaged four wooden houses in Jalan Ayer Tawar, Setapak, early today.
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VLC Vulnerability Allows Hackers To Hijack Your PC; Developers Unable To Reproduce Issue
VLC is a very popular multi-platform media player.
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Fire damages four houses in Setapak
KUALA LUMPUR: A fire damaged four wooden houses in Jalan Ayer Tawar, Setapak, early today.
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No one is above the law including court judges: Hanipa
KOTA BARU: The recent arrest of a number of legal practitioners including a court judge by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) proves that no one is above the law in this country.
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No one is above the law including court judges — Hanipa
KOTA BHARU (July 23): The recent arrest of a number of legal practitioners, including a court judge, by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), proves no one is above the law in this country.
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No one is above the law, including court judges - Hanipa
The recent arrest of a number of legal practitioners including a court judge by the MACC proves that no one is above the law in this country.
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No one is above the law including court judges – Hanipa
Mohamed Hanipa Maidin – Bernama file photo KOTA BHARU: The recent arrest of a number of legal practitioners including a court judge by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) proves that no...
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Flash floods in Kuala Lumpur (Updated)
KUALA LUMPUR: Almost two hours of heavy downpour in Kuala Lumpur today caused several low-lying areas to be hit by flash floods.
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Yoursay: No one dragging IGP into 'political fight'
YOURSAY | 'Just get the internecine PKR warfare in the open and be done with it.
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Tun M: Don’t be like Umno, fighting for themselves rather than the collective good
SERDANG: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today told party members to fight not for self interest or to gain wealth, but to fight for race, religion and the na...
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Two DAP MPS calls for independent inquest into death of Nigerian in Immigration custody
KUALA LUMPUR: Two DAP lawmakers have called for an independent inquiry to be established to look into the death of a Nigerian doctorate student at an Immigration Department depot in Kuala Lumpur.
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Silence the bigger bomb after threat to attack seminar
Last week, a seminar on the Amman Message to take place at the Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) was called off.
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Get back to the fundamentals of the Constitution
FOR almost six decades Malaysia has been formulating development plans and their implementation for the delivery of a better quality of life for Malaysians.
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Tian Chua alarmed over arrests of PKR members in sex video probe
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR vice-president Tian Chua said he is alarmed over the arrests of members suspected to be involved in the gay sex videos implicating party deputy president Azmin Ali.
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Check your facts, Nazri tells Najib
KUALA LUMPUR: Umno veteran Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz chided Datuk Seri Najib Razak for claiming that the decline in Chinese support was due to the former tourism minister’s disparaging remarks against tycoon Robert Kuok.
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Storm damages 16 houses in Temerloh
TEMERLOH: A storm damaged 16 houses and two government buildings in several areas here yesterday.
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Nazri: MAS brand synonymous with tragedies, time to change name
KUALA LUMPUR: Former tourism minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has proposed that Malaysian Airlines Bhd (MAS) does away with its name in order to revive the national carrier.
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M'sian companies encouraged to partner China corporations to open up business ventures, says MIDA chairman
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian public listed companies and government-linked companies (GLCs) are encouraged to partner China corporations to open up business opportunities in a third country.
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Yoursay: Immigration detainees deserve better treatment
YOURSAY | 'Let's have a little more care and sympathy for our fellow human beings.' Filipino immigration detainees tell of horror detention centre Kiwi: “In the past, (investigation) was according t...
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I won’t tolerate any police intimidation, says IGP on allegations by activists
KUALA LUMPUR: Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador has promised to look into allegations of police intimidation against two youth activists, saying that he will not tolerate such things.
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