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Asian shares decline on guarded Fed, yen rises after BoJ holds fire
TOKYO, Sept 19 — Asian shares extended declines today after the US Federal Reserve signalled a higher bar to further easings, while the Bank of Japan also held off from offering more stimulus as som...
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Asian shares edge higher after Fed, investors await BOJ
TOKYO, Sept 19 — Asian shares edged higher today, tracking some modest Wall Street gains after the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates as expected but offered mixed signals on the next easing, kee...
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On social media, Nepalis are forever at war
Nepali Internet has become a battleground for debates, which on most occasions, yield nothing but more outrage and resentment.
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Bidor all out to go green
BIDOR: The shine of its tin-mining days may be gone but this town is getting greener with another 10,000 trees planted here.
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Will we ever transcend the politics of race and religion?
COMMENT | Sunni Muslims fight Shite Muslims.
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Sime Darby and IOI refute news report on haze-causing fires in their Indonesia plantations
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 14): Sime Darby Plantation (SDP) has disputed a foreign news agency's report which had claimed that Indonesian authorities had sealed a plantation run by its subsidiary due to haze-...
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Sime Darby and IOI refute news report on haze-causing fires in their Indonesia...
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Sime Darby Plantation (SDP) has disputed a foreign news agency's report which had claimed that Indonesian authorities had sealed a plantation run by its subsidiary due to haze-...
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Paris commuters hit as metro workers strike over pension reform
PARIS, Sept 13 — Paris metro and other public transport workers walked off the job today over a planned pension overhaul, sparking huge traffic jams and forcing many people to stay home for the one-...
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Politics and Policy: The misuse of Malay identity
IT is noble of people who are moved by the plight of Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd employees to chip in to help.
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1MDB-Tanore Trial: Former PM expanded digital presence after GE12
DATUK Seri Najib Razak felt compelled to strengthen his presence in the digital sphere after his coalition’s poorer performance in the 12th general election (GE12) and over the years, spent increasi...
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Quek Leng Chan wins bid to buy hospital business in Asean
KUALA LUMPUR: Tycoon Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan is venturing into the healthcare business in a big way.
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Hong Leong, TPG win bid for Columbia Asia’s hospital business
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): The Hong Leong group in partnership with private equity firm TPG has won a bid to buy the hospital business of Columbia Asia group in Southeast Asia, sources say.
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On Ashura, sectarianism bares its ugly head in Malaysia
Today marks the 10th of Muharram, or Ashura, a day Shia Muslims mourn the martyrdom of Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad.
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Decision on legal recognition of NCR land in S’wak to be delivered tomorrow
KUCHING: A full bench of the Federal Court in Putrajaya will be delivering a decision on the applications to review its judgement on a case involving the legal recognition of native customary rights (...
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Chief Justice heads federal honours list
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat headed the list of 42 recipients who received awards from Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah...
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Tengku Maimun heads federal honours list
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat headed the list of 42 recipients who received awards from Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah...
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Chief Justice heads federal honours list
KUALA LUMPUR: Chief Justice Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat (pix) headed the list of 42 recipients who received awards from Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa B...
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Chief Justice heads federal honours list
Chief Justice Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat heads the list of 42 recipients who receive awards from Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah today in co...
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Concern over Sabah Temporary Pass move
KOTA KINABALU: The announcement by Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on the issuance of Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS) to foreign nationals has raised concerns among the people, says MCA.
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Temporary passes for foreigners? ‘Project IC’ memories have Sabahans worried
KOTA KINABALU: The announcement by Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin that a Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS) would be issued to 600,000 foreign nationals here...
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Wall Street ekes out gains after mixed US jobs data
NEW YORK, Sept 7 — Wall Street’s major indexes edged higher yesterday as investors digested mixed signals from the US jobs report and bet on a Federal Reserve interest rate cut this month while Ch...
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Killed in live fire exercise, Major Zahir buried with full military honours in Ipoh
IPOH, Sept 5 — Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, who was fatally shot in a mishap during military demonstrations at the Lok Kawi army camp in Kota Kinabalu yesterday, was laid to rest at the Tanah Perkuburan...
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More commercial, industrial properties on sale
PETALING JAYA: Unless they have the financial muscle, commercial and industrial property owners are selling their assets to generate cash, reduce debts or fund...
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Race + religion + recession = trouble
I don’t know how many people are celebrating Merdeka – I mean really celebrating, not just going through the motions.
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Trump's new Mexico envoy stirs hornet's nest with Frida Kahlo jab
The new US ambassador to Mexico has taken aim at Mexican icon Frida Kahlo for her support of Marxism, stirring up a fierce social media debate with a tweet asking if the painter had not been aware of ...
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The Lazada mafia is leading ecommerce’s new wave
Dear readers, What happens when a startup gets big and then acquired?
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Conflicting views on Malaysia’s national tree
MALAYSIA is one of the most megadiverse countries in the world.
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Release pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong
LETTER | The Coalition for Clean and Fair Election (Bersih 2.0) expresses grave concerns on the widespread of police violence and deterioration of civic space in Hong Kong following the arrest of 10 s...
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Virtual banking is happening now — BNM Governor
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): Virtual banking is already happening in Malaysia, although the digital bank licensing framework will be issued for industry consultation by year-end, Bank Negara Malaysia govern...
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Bank Negara governor: Virtual banking is happening now
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 27 — Virtual banking is already happening in Malaysia, although the digital bank licensing framework will be issued for industry consultation by year-end, Bank Negara Malaysia gove...
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Prosecution in Najib's SRC trial wraps up case, decision expected on Nov 11
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): The High Court has set Nov 11 to decide whether to call for the defence or acquittal of former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak in the SRC International Sdn Bhd case today.
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Malaysia's nasi lemak better than Singapore's? McDonald's new ad ignites food fight
If you're reading this article, you probably have an opinion on which side of the Causeway has better food.
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Foreigners getting used to a home away from home
KUALA LUMPUR: Stroll along Jalan Tun Tan Siew Sin and Lebuh Pudu in the heart of the city and be transported to another land.
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HK police arrest 29 as city returns to violence, further protests planned
Hong Kong police on Sunday said they arrested 29 people after clashes overnight in which volleys of tear gas were fired to break up anti-government protests and as the Asian financial hub braced for f...
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PKR must take clear stand against the likes of Zakir Naik
When the Zakir Naik issue surfaced, there were loud voices of discontent and protest from the public.
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Amazon, Microsoft, ‘putting world at risk of killer AI’: study
Amazon, Microsoft and Intel are among leading tech companies putting the world at risk through killer robot development, according to a report that surveyed major...
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Largest steel plant in the region to be built in Samalaju, Bintulu in collaboration with China
Abang Johari (second left) in discussion with Awang Tengah (first left) and Zhang (second right).
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Motorcycle e-hailing service to address youth unemployment: Syed Saddiq
PETALING JAYA: Addressing high unemployment among youths is the main reason that Malaysia should introduce the two-wheel ride-hailing service, according to Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed A...
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Bukit Aman records statement of Dong Zong's chairman
KUALA LUMPUR: Chinese educationist group Dong Zong's chairman Tan Tai Kim has had his statement recorded by Bukit Aman
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Survey finds Japan Inc backs Abe's tough trade stance vs S. Korea amid row
TOKYO, Aug 20 ― Japanese companies broadly support Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's tough trade stance against South Korea, a Reuters poll found.
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Mah Sing all out to woo HK property buyers
KUALA LUMPUR: As Malaysia’s housing overhang continues to increase and Hong Kong’s violent anti-government protests prolong, Malaysian developers are making a beeline for Hong Kong
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Zahid: Suits filed against all Umno MPs who joined PPBM
PETALING JAYA: Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has confirmed that the party has taken legal action against all members of Parliament who quit the party.
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‘Unite and show more tolerance for each other’
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians from all walks of life have called for unity and more tolerance among each other in the wake of the rise of racist sentiments in the country.
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Dong Zong: Police have yet to question us
PETALING JAYA: Chinese educationist group Dong Zong says it has yet to be contacted by the police over reports lodged against the group.
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Malaysia renews Lynas' rare earths plant licence for 6 months, with conditions
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has extended the operating licence for a rare earth processing plant owned by Australian miner Lynas Corp for six months with new conditions, ending a dispute over waste disposa...
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US stocks tumble on recession fears
NEW YORK, Aug 14 — Wall Street stocks were back in sell-off mode early today as weak economic data from China and Germany and a key US Treasury benchmark exacerbated global recession fears.
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The push to help YouTubers of the world unite: opinion
Why exactly is a German metalworkers union teaming up with YouTubers to take on Google?
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Accused of denigrating Malaysian Indians, Zakir Naik claims only talking about his extradition
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 — Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik accused critics of manipulating his comments on the local Indian community last week to portray him as questioning their loyalty to Malaysia.
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Police, protesters clash at HK airport after flights halted for second day
Police and protesters clashed at Hong Kong’s international airport on Tuesday after flights were disrupted for a second day as the political crisis in the former British colony deepened.
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Sibu Airport closed briefly after runway lights malfunction, 12 flights affected
SIBU: Sibu Airport was closed on Tuesday (Aug 13) evening for nearly an hour from 7pm due to malfunctioning runway lights, with a total of 12 inbound and outbound flights affected.
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Nearby developments causing homes to crack, claim residents
Kajang (Aug 13): Cracking walls and sudden sinkholes are worrying residents of Bandar Damai Perdana 2 in Kajang, who claimed the damage is caused by rock blasting activities at two project sites nearb...
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Race heats up for govt vehicle fleet contract
New police cars. The Kedah police contingent checking out some of the vehicles delivered by Spanco at a handover ceremony recently at the Kedah police headquarters.
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Khat - what's the big fuss?
LETTER | The fuss is not about learning Jawi writing.
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Race heats up for govt vehicle fleet contract
PETALING JAYA: Long-term contracts from the government are often highly sought-after business, and it is no surprise that the tender to manage its huge fleet of vehicles has attracted fierce bids from some of the biggest automotive groups in the country.
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As IPCMC looms, police rank-and-file long for even basic amenities
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 11 — Lack of funds to maintain basic infrastructure such as surveillance cameras at police facilities are making law enforcement personnel anxious about the move to introduce civil...
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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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Malaysia PM Mahathir says cannot force rare earths firm Lynas to leave country
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia cannot force rare earths miner Lynas Corp to leave despite opposition from some people who fear the risk of radioactivity from waste at the firm's processing plant, t...
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Dr M: We can't drive out Lynas because foreign investors are watching
FUKUOKA (Japan) (Aug 8): Malaysia cannot force Lynas Corp to leave Malaysia after having invited the Australian rare earth minerals mining company to invest in the country, just because some people do...
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Myanmar floods force tens of thousands from homes
This aerial view shows the flooding in Shwegyin township, Bago Ragi SHWEGYIN, Myanmar: Raging floods across Myanmar have forced tens of thousands of people from their homes in recent weeks, officials ...
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We can’t drive out Lynas because foreign investors are watching, says Dr M
FUKUOKA: Malaysia cannot force Lynas Corp to leave Malaysia after having invited the Australian rare earths mining company to invest in the country, just because some people do not want to accept the ...
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Can’t drive out Lynas because foreign investors are watching
FUKUOKA, Japan: Malaysia cannot force Lynas Corp to leave Malaysia after having invited the Australian rare earth minerals mining company to invest in the country, just because some people do not want...
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Can't drive out Lynas because foreign investors are watching, says PM
Malaysia cannot force Lynas Corp to leave Malaysia after having invited the Australian rare earth minerals mining company to invest in the country, just because some people do not want to accept the e...
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PM: Can’t drive out Lynas because foreign investors are watching
FUKUOKA, Aug 8 — Malaysia cannot force Lynas Corp to leave Malaysia after having invited the Australian rare earth minerals mining company to invest in the country, just because some people do not w...
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Husni claims Najib behind sexual harassment allegations against him
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 8): Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah (pictured, centre) believed that former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak initiated sexual harassment and corruption allegations against him...
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Husni claims Najib behind sexual harassment allegations against him
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 8): Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah believed that former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak initiated sexual harassment and corruption allegations against him in 2016 for enquiri...
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Science and technology can be good or bad, the choice is yours, says Tun M
FUKUOKA (Japan) (Aug 7): Science and technology can be leveraged for good or bad to humanity and the choice lies with the people, said Malaysia's Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Passion drives Dr Mahathir to work
FUKUOKA: The world’s oldest prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says passion is key in driving him to keep going in administering Malaysia.
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Dr Mahathir says passion is key in driving him to keep going in administering Malaysia
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad delivering his lecture on How Science and Technology will Contribute to World Peace at the Japan Future Leaders School (JFLS) today.
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Dr M: Passion for work is what drives me on
FUKUOKA, Aug 7 — The world’s oldest prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says passion is key in driving him to keep going in administering Malaysia.
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Science and technology can be good or bad, the choice is yours: Mahathir
FUKUOKA: Science and technology can be leveraged for the good or bad of humanity and the choice lies with people, said Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Science and technology can be good or bad, the choice is yours – Mahathir
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad delivering his lecture on How Science and Technology will Contribute to World Peace at the Japan Future Leaders School (JFLS) today.
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Court affirms Najib’s 1MDB trial must begin on Aug 19
KUALA LUMPUR: The Court of Appeal today affirmed the High Court decision that Najib Razak’s 1MDB trial on alleged money laundering and abuse of power must begin as scheduled on Aug 19.
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Once anti-Lynas darlings, Kuantan and Bentong MPs now face barrage of insults online
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 3 — Malaysians on Facebook are mercilessly mocking Pakatan Harapan (PH) lawmakers Fuziah Salleh and Wong Tack over the government’s decision on Lynas Malaysia, dredging up the du...
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Report: Proposed highway buyouts on hold for review
KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — The Finance Ministry’s proposal to acquire highway toll concessions for RM6.2 billion has been paused for a re-examination of the offered price, according to government sou...
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Central Umno contests MACC forfeiture suit
KUALA LUMPUR (July 29): Umno is contesting the forfeiture suit filed against it by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on funds allegedly siphoned from 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). Me...
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The Week Ahead: Countdown to US Fed’s first rate cut post-crisis
As Malaysia celebrates the installation of the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong — Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah of Pahang — on Tuesday, investors will be on the lookout for ne...
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EA Access For PlayStation 4 Is Now Available In Malaysia
Back in May, Electronic Arts (EA) announced that it’s bringing the EA Access subscription service to the PlayStation 4 in July.
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Central Umno contests MACC forfeiture suit
KUALA LUMPUR (July 29): Umno is contesting the forfeiture suit filed against it by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on funds allegedly siphoned from 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). Me...
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Orang Asli need help now, not conversion
Why are certain state governments intent on converting the Orang Asli instead of helping them to improve their daily lives, their children’s education, their health and well-being, and the infrastru...
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Rural products set to enter Dubai market
SINGAPORE (July 25): Malaysian rural entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to penetrate the Dubai market next year via the “Rural to Global” programme under the Rural Development Ministry.
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Minister: Rural products set to enter Dubai market under ministry programme
SINGAPORE, July 25 — Malaysian rural entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to penetrate the Dubai market next year via the “Rural to Global” programme under the Rural Development Ministry.
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Biggest ‘influencer’ on government reforms goes to... Bersih 2.0, study shows
KUALA LUMPUR, July 25 — Bersih 2.0 has been ranked the most influential body out of some 125 Malaysian groups and individuals involved in a study of civil society organisations (CSOs) in pushing for...
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Only judges in office can pronounce written judgments, apex court rules
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court, in a review of a tenancy dispute, has ruled that a reserved judgment can only be delivered by apex court judges who are still in office.
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13th KK Jazz Festival returns to raise funds for community projects
KOTA KINABALU: One of the longest running jazz festivals in Malaysia, the Kota Kinabalu Jazz Festival (KKJF), returns for the 13th time next week, where part of its proceeds will go to community projects in Sabah.
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NEP’s socialist origins and the deep state
Last week, I wrote about the origins of the New Economic Policy (NEP) and how a group of civil servants and others worked out the details.
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DBKK, X’ian association to sign MoU
Liew (centre), flanked by Frankie (on her left) and Wang, with Nordin (third from right), William (second from right), Pan (second from left), STB officials and the rest of the NSRAPIC delegation.
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Sarawak’s rich ethnicity full of diversity
DID you know that there are close to 30 different ethnic groups in Sarawak? Me neither! But yes, the Land of the Hornbills is so rich with diversity, little known facts about the state like these continue to surprise every day.
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Penang marks hidden gems for tourism
BUTTERWORTH: Ever heard of Bukit Katak (Frog Hill)? It is an abandoned quarry in Kampung Guar Petai, located about 15km north-east from Butterworth town.
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Group protests Mardi's application to test-plant genetically-modified rice
PETALING JAYA: A group of farmers and non-government organisations are objecting to Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute's (Mardi) application to plant the genetically-modified (GM) rice MR219 on a test field.
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The education of young voters
THE euphoria of Parliament unanimously passing the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2019 to lower the voting age from 21 to 18 is now being replaced by the realisation that youth fresh out of school may ...
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Leaders put up united front at PKR retreat
PORT DICKSON: Leaders who attended the inaugural party retreat displayed a united front despite the absence of several senior personalities including Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.
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Azmin warns media not to provoke his ties with Anwar
PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali today sang a similar tune to PKR president Anwar Ibrahim, concurring that they were a "team" and saying that the media should not "provoke" their relationship.
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Azmin absent on second day of PKR retreat
PORT DICKSON: Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali (pix) did not turn up on the second day of the party’s Central Leadership Council (CLC) Retreat 2018/2021.
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IPCMC must prioritise deaths in custody
WHILE it is good to see a Bill for the establishment of the long-awaited Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) on Parliament’s agenda, it seems to miss the wood for the trees!
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Azmin absent on second day of PKR CLC Retreat
Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali – Bernama file photo PORT DICKSON: Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali did not turn up on the second  day of the party’s Centra...
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Firemen swing into action
KUALA LUMPUR: Firemen displayed their impressive tactical skills before Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah in conjunction with International Firefighters’ Day celebration.
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No-show by Azmin again on second day of PKR retreat
PORT DICKSON: PKR deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali failed to turn up to deliver a speech tonight on the second day of the party’s retreat, causing party president Anwar Ibrahim to take over the va...
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Bomba showcase impressive skills at International Firefighters' Day event
KUALA LUMPUR: Personnel from the Fire and Rescue Department displayed impressive tactical skills before Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah in conjunction with the International Firefighters' Day (IFFD) celebration.
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IPCMC must prioritise deaths in custody
COMMENT | While it is good to see a bill for the establishment of the long-awaited Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) on the parliamentary agenda, it seems to miss the wood...
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Politics and Policy: Shooting themselves in the foot over asset declaration
WHEN it comes to politicians declaring their income and assets, the public tend to regard it in a negative light, especially when the assets declared are jaw-dropping in value.
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