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Citigroup, Credit Suisse await Africa deals on state asset sales
JOHANNESBURG: Citigroup Inc and Credit Suisse Group AG are expecting more African deals as governments sell assets and Ethiopia opens up.
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Teach students how govt works to prepare them to vote, says academic
SHAH ALAM: An academic has recommended teaching a standalone subject on patriotism and Malaysia’s government system in schools.
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‘Moderate meals must be balanced and have variety’
PETALING JAYA: A healthy breakfast is one that follows the “Balance, Moderation, Variety” (BMV) concept of a healthy diet, says Nutrition Society of Malaysia honorary...
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Govt to meet stakeholders before Jawi script syllabus goes to print
PETALING JAYA: The education ministry will meet with relevant stakeholders before the three new pages on Jawi script for the Year Four Bahasa Melayu syllabus next year go to print, FMT has learnt.
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Kit Siang says Pakatan unaware of new jawi policy until issue blew up
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 16 — DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang has shifted the blame on the policy decision to teach vernacular school students jawi to ministers under the previous Barisan Nasional government.
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Wee: Teaching of khat next year different from 2012's plan
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has refuted Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's statement that the teaching of khat was the same as what was introduced in 2012.
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UPNM denies abuse is part of its culture
National Defence University of Malaysia (UPNM) has denied that abuse is part of their culture nor is it a common occurrence at the university.
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No new subject on democracy – Teo
Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching speaking to reporters at the Dewan Rakyat.
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No new subjects on democracy, Federal Constitution - deputy minister
No new subjects on democracy or the Federal Constitution will be introduced in the next schooling session, Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching (photo, above) said today.
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Pesticides poisoning: Six discharged, one still under observation
SEREMBAN: Six of the seven students of Sekolah Kebangsaan Linggi who were admitted to the Port Dickson Hospital due to organophosphate poisoning have been allowed to return home, said Negri Sembilan H...
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Pesticide poisoning: Six discharged, one still under observation
SEREMBAN (Bernama) Six of the seven students of SK Linggi who were admitted to the Port Dickson Hospital due to organophosphate poisoning have been allowed to return home, says Negri Sembilan Health director Datuk Dr Zainudin Mohd Ali.
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Hero guide Roviezal’s body discovered in ‘Garden of Eden’ after laying down his life for tourists
The late Roviezal Robin (pictured) has been hailed as a hero for doing his best to ensure the safety of the tourists under his watch on that fateful day.
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Swiss ready to retaliate against EU over stock market access
ZURICH, June 25 — The Swiss government said yesterday it was ready to ban stock exchanges in the European Union from trading Swiss shares — intensifying a row over a stalled partnership treaty.
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29 Pasir Gudang air pollution victims in stable condition
KUALA LUMPUR: The total number of people affected by the latest air pollution incident in Pasir Gudang, Johor, stands at 29 and all of them are in stable condition, says the Health Ministry.
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Police bust two drug syndicates in five-day city operation
KUALA LUMPUR: Police here crippled two drug syndicates with the arrests of 13 individuals and the seizure of drugs worth RM146,000 in a five-day operation in the city that started last Thursday.
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Four die after drinking illicit liquor in Johor
JOHOR BARU: At least four people have died and another blinded after consuming illicit liquor in the state.
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Deciding on the next step
MANY of you may be at a crossroads, trying to decide what to do next.
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Help students get into matriculation programme instead of attacking us, MCA tells DAP
KUALA LUMPUR: MCA says the DAP should help students who are unable to get placement in the matriculation programme instead of attacking them, says MCA Youth secretary-general Daniel Wa
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Eight foreign fishing boats detained for encroaching into Malaysian waters
KUALA TERENGGANU, May 29 — The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) detained eight Vietnamese fishing boats for encroaching into Malaysian waters, in an operation conducted from May 25 to 28...
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Excellent grades fail student
TELUK INTAN: Form Six student Chew Man Fei had hoped to get into a matriculation programme so that it could help fast track his path to a public university.
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Matriculation programme does not reek of racial sentiment, says UPM vice-chancellor
KUALA LUMPUR, May 21 — Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) today defended Education Minister Maszlee Malik’s statement on the retention of the 90 per cent Bumiputera quota amid the expansion of matric...
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Tackle education head on
THE recent furore over the intake of students into matriculation colleges is simply an indictment of the Pakatan Harapan administration’s lack of political will to take the educational bull by the h...
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Institutional Reform: Rebuilding of the nation must not be delayed
The Pakatan Harapan Manifesto has an entire chapter dedicated to institutional and political reform.
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All eyes on gold as Malaysian e-sports athletes head to bootcamp
THE Grand Finals of the Malaysian National Selections for SEA Games 2019 have come to an end at Central i-City Shah Alam.
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12-year-old boy left to care for 5 siblings after mother’s death
REMBAU: Unlike other 12-year-old boys, Muhammad Aiman Syazwan Mohd Fouzi has his work cut out as he needs to care for his five siblings after his mother died in a road accident recently.
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Six plead not guilty to robbing RM1mil in jewellery from goldsmith
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Six men pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here Tuesday (May 7) to a charge of robbing jewellery worth more than RM1mil from a goldsmith's shop last month.
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Six in Kepong RM1m jewellery heist plead not guilty to robbery charges
KUALA LUMPUR, May 7 — Six men pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here today to a charge of robbing jewellery worth more than RM1 million from a goldsmith shop, last month.
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Six claim trial to robbing over RM1m worth of jewellery
KUALA LUMPUR: Six men pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here today to a charge of robbing jewellery worth more than RM1 million from a goldsmith shop, last month.
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Chinese AR startup develops smart glasses to help police catch suspects
Using a pair of glasses to detect and locate criminals might sound like a futuristic scene from a Hollywood film.
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Dr M: Matriculation was ‘back door’ for Malays, now others want in too
PUTRAJAYA, May 6 — The matriculation programme was intended to help low-performing Malays enter local public universities, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad admitted today.
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Six die in head-on car collision in Raub
RAUB: Six people, including two toddlers, died on the spot when the cars they were travelling in collided head-on near Simpang Sungai Ruan here in the wee hours.
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Clerk loses RM32,000 life savings after being cheated in loan scam
SIBU: A factory clerk lost her life savings of RM32,250 after falling victim to a loan scam, says Sibu Deputy OCPD Supt Martin Koo.
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PT3 English papers to be aligned with European standard from this year
PUTRAJAYA: Beginning this year, the Form Three Assessment (PT3) English Language papers will be aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This will be followed by the...
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PT3 English language papers to be aligned to CEFR starting this year
PUTRAJAYA: Beginning this year, the Form Three Assessment (PT3) English Language papers will be aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), followed by the Sijil Pelaja...
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Investors hunt for gold ahead of debut of China’s Nasdaq-like tech board
Mainland investors are racing to buy mutual funds linked to Shanghai’s new Nasdaq-style technology board in the expectation that these funds will have privileged access to upcoming initial public of...
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Business Of Sports: Tiger is back, but golf probably isn’t
It was a simple tap-in but was heard around the world.
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Charting new course with Belt and Road Initiative
BEIJING (April 29): When the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was first proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping, sceptics viewed it as yet another geopolitical ploy by Beijing to project its growing mi...
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Charting new course with Belt and Road Initiative
BEIJING (April 29): When the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was first proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping, sceptics viewed it as yet another geopolitical ploy by Beijing to project its growing ...
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UKM planning to up MUET requirements
BANGI: An increase in English language requirements is on the cards for Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM).
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From Malaysia to Mauritius, UK aid funds six global anti-slavery projects
LONDON (April 26)(Thomson Reuters Foundation): From sexually exploited girls in Ethiopia to migrant workers in Malaysia and Mauritius, Britain on Friday pledged 4 million pounds (US$5.2 million) to su...
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UK aid funds six global sexual exploitation, anti-slavery projects
From sexually exploited girls in Ethiopia to migrant workers in Malaysia and Mauritius, Britain today pledged £4 million (RM21.4 million) to support global anti-slavery projects.
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From Malaysia to Mauritius, UK aid funds six global anti-slavery projects
LONDON, April 26 ― From sexually exploited girls in Ethiopia to migrant workers in Malaysia and Mauritius, Britain today pledged £4 million (RM21.4 million) to support global anti-slavery projects.
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Replace matriculation, STPM with standardised test, government urged
KUALA LUMPUR, April 25 ― Education groups want matriculation and the Form Six STPM exam to be replaced with a single standard test for all students.
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Matriculation dilemma: When more is more heartaches
APRIL 25 — The matriculation admission quota upheaval abates as government carves up more spots as a backdoor solution to appease all parties.
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One year on, Saifuddin says the world knows Malaysia no longer a kleptocracy
PUTRAJAYA, April 24 — Pakatan Harapan (PH) has successfully changed international perception of Malaysia that was seen as a “kleptocracy” under Barisan Nasional (BN), Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah sa...
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Mary Barra to lead auto industry's first majority-female board
Six women, including Barra, and five men complete the slate of members up for shareholders’ approval at the annual meeting.
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WATCH: 5G helps modified Proton Exora drive itself
PUTRAJAYA: Celcom showed last week the potential of 5G in autonomous driving.
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"Crippled" Penang RTD gets help from Perak
GEORGE TOWN (April 22): The Penang Road Transport Deparment (RTD) which is practically “crippled” following the arrest of 46 of its enforcement officers for alleged corruption, is getting help f...
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'Crippled' Penang JPJ gets help from Perak counterpart
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): The Penang Road Transport Department, which is practically “crippled” following the arrest of 46 of its enforcement officers for alleged corruption, is getting help from its Perak counterpart.
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‘Crippled’ Penang RTD gets help from Perak
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Road Transport Deparment which is practically “crippled” following the arrest of 46 of its enforcement officers for alleged corruption, is getting help from its Perak count...
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Bersatu supports Education Ministry's 10% non-bumi intake policy
PETALING JAYA: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia has voiced support for the Education Ministry's decision to maintain the intake policy of 90% bumiputra students and 10% non-bumiputra students in government matriculation programmes.
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‘Crippled’ Penang RTD gets help from Perak
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Road Transport Department which is practically “crippled” following the arrest of 46 of its enforcement officers for alleged corruption, is getting help from its Perak coun...
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'Crippled' Penang RTD gets help from Perak counterpart
The Penang Road Transport Department, which is practically "crippled" following the arrest of 46 of its enforcement officers for alleged corruption, is getting help from its Perak counterpart.
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5 Penang JPJ officers remanded in lorry driver protection probe by MACC
GEORGE TOWN: Five enforcement officers from the Penang Road Transport Department (JPJ) were ordered to be remanded today to facilitate investigations by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)...
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‘Crippled’ Penang RTD gets help from Perak counterparts
GEORGE TOWN, April 21 — The Penang Road Transport Department which is practically “crippled” following the arrest of 46 of its enforcement officers for alleged corruption, is getting help from i...
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Democrats make bid for Russia probe evidence, Trump approval drops
Congressional Democrats on Friday took legal action to get hold of all of US Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s evidence from his inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, as the probe’s f...
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Focus on the service, maintenance and NOT the name. Thank you.
I am proud of KLIA and I love browsing the shops in KLIA 2.
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Wait for it: Why Boeing 737 Max software fix is taking so long
ATLANTA: In the days after a Boeing Co 737 Max 8 jet plunged into Indonesia’s Java Sea last October, company officials said they were moving quickly to update plane software suspected in the crash.
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Family gets temporary reprieve after being evicted from their flat in JB
JOHOR BARU: Six family members, who have been living in poverty, were shocked when enforcement officers from the Johor Housing Secretariat (SUK Perumahan) evicted them from their flat on Tuesday (April 16).
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MMEA detains two ships for anchoring without permission
JOHOR BARU: Two oil tankers were detained by the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) in the waters of Tanjung Penyusop, Kota Tinggi, today, for dropping anchor without permission.
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Health card for B40 group in the works, says Melaka CM
MELAKA, April 15 — The Melaka government will introduce a health card for B40 (low income) households which will enable them to enjoy free health examination at government hospitals and clinics.
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Terengganu not bypassed, to have six ECRL stations: Daim
KUALA TERENGGANU (April 15): Six East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) stations will be built in Terengganu, hence proving that the state is not being bypassed in implementing the project as alleged by some qu...
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Terengganu not left out of ECRL route, says Daim
KUALA TERENGGANU: Six East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) stations will be built in Terengganu, hence proving that the state is not being bypassed in the implementation of the project as alleged by some quarters, says Tun Daim Zainuddin.
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Daim: Terengganu gets 6 ECRL stations, won’t be bypassed
KUALA TERENGGANU: Six stations of the East Coast Rail Link will be built in Terengganu, the chairman of the Council of Eminent Persons, Daim Zainuddin, said today, which proved that the state is not b...
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Terengganu not bypassed, to have six ECRL stations, says Daim
KUALA TERENGGANU, April 14 — Six East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) stations will be built in Terengganu, hence proving that the state is not being bypassed in implementing the project as alleged by some q...
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Terengganu not bypassed, to have six ECRL stations: Daim
KUALA TERENGGANU: Six East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) stations will be built in Terengganu, hence proving that the state is not being bypassed in implementing the project as alleged by some quarters.
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Daim: Terengganu not bypassed, to have six ECRL stations
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): Six East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) stations will be built in Terengganu, which proves that the state is not being bypassed in implementing the project as alleged by some parties, says Tun Daim Zainuddin.
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Creative burgers steal the show at Penang food fest
GEORGE TOWN: Just when you think the burger cannot get any better, Penang’s food experts take it to the next level.
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No gas leak danger after Pengerang petroleum complex fire
KOTA TINGGI: Residents around Pengerang have been advised to stay calm as there is no gas leak reported in the explosion and fire at the Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC) early today.
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‘Dying well is part of living well’
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is looking to expand its home care based palliative care services as part of its efforts to bring medical care right to the doorstep of patients, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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‘Six states to raise water tariff’
KUALA LUMPUR: Six states have agreed to increase water rates in line with the government’s efforts to restructure the water supply services industry, Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr A. Xavier Jayakumar said.
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Six states agree to raise the water tariff
KUALA LUMPUR: Six states have agreed to increase water tariff rates in line with the government’s efforts to restructure the water supply services industry, Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministe...
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6 states agree to increase water tariffs, says minister
KUALA LUMPUR: Six states have agreed to increase water tariffs, Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Xavier Jayakumar told the Dewan Rakyat today.
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Dr Xavier: Six states agree to raise water tariff
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Six states have agreed to increase water tariff rates in line with the government's efforts to restructure the water supply services industry, says Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr A. Xavier Jayakumar.
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V177 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan launched in Malaysia – A200 and A250 at RM230k and RM268k
Six months on from the launch of W177 Mercedes-Benz A-Class hatchback in Malaysia, it’s finally time for the V177 A-Class Sedan to make its debut.
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VW testing level 4 autonomous driving in Hamburg traffic
HAMBURG: Volkswagen has announced that its first tests of vehicles (e-golf) with level 4 automation are currently under way, in real traffic conditions in the city centre of Hamburg.
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Honda Malaysia offers special rebates and rewards in April 2019
PETALING JAYA: With Honda Malaysia's “Enjoy the Gifts of Booking Early” campaign, there are special rewards such as Honda Bonus, free service voucher or cash options worth up to RM3,500, plus an e...
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Digi PhoneFreedom 365 Ownership Plan Now Available For Everyone
Six months after it was originally made available for existing postpaid customers, Digi today has announced that its PhoneFreedom 365 ownership plan is now available for everyone.
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Malaysian MyEG Capital injects US$1.5m in edtech startup Jingle Magic
MyEG Capital, the investment arm of e-government service provider MyEG Services Bhd, announced that it has invested a total of US$1.5 million into Chinese edtech company Jingle Magic, as reported by D...
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‘We fear no threat,’ UM students assaulted at anti-Najib protest tells attackers
KUALA LUMPUR, March 23 — The University Malaya students, who were assaulted by supporters of Datuk Seri Najib Razak, told their attackers today that they fear nobody and will not be cowed by physica...
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Construction sector recorded highest fatal workplace accidents in Sarawak
KUCHING: The construction sector recorded the highest fatal workplace accident rate in Sarawak last year.
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Grim ordeal for mother of NZ mosque attacks victim
PETALING JAYA: It was a heart-wrenching few minutes for Marina Hamzah as she stood inside a mortuary in New Zealand today, her eyes on five bodies laid out on the table.
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Venezuela's Guaido calls for massive protest as blackout drags on
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Saturday called on citizens nationwide to travel to the capital Caracas for a protest against socialist President Nicolas Maduro, as the country's worst bla...
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Form Six teachers irked over more work for same pay
PETALING JAYA: A group of Form Six teachers from Kuantan has hit out at the structure introduced by the Malaysia Examination Council in 2016, claiming it increased weekly credit hours without a commen...
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Dr M: Seven former Umno MPs now PPBM members
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 12 — Seven former Umno parliamentarians have officially been accepted into Parti Pribumi Bumiputera Malaysia (PPBM) today, its chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.
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Seven centralised accommodations for foreign workers in Penang
BATU KAWAN: The Penang state government plans to build seven centralised accommodation transit (CAT) in an effort to resolve the issue of the presence of foreign workers in residential areas.
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Malaysia's Malindo Air crew in $20 million drug smuggling syndicate, say Australian police
SYDNEY (DPA) - Cabin crew of international airline Malindo Air have been accused of being members of a smuggling syndicate bringing illegal drugs from Malaysia to Australia, it was reported on Wedne...
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Seven injured after car crashes into sheltering motorcyclists in Second Link Expressway accident
ISKANDAR PUTERI - Seven motorcyclists were injured after they were hit by a car while taking shelter at an underpass along the Second Link Expressway on Friday afternoon (Jan 11).
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New king to be elected on Jan 24 (Updated)
PETALING JAYA: The Council of Rulers will meet on Jan 24 to elect the new Yang di-Pertuan Agong and his deputy after Sultan Muhammad V resigned as King on Sunday.
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Rulers hold special meeting at Istana Negara
Six of nine Malay rulers met at the Istana Negara in Kuala Lumpur on Monday following the resignation of Sultan Muhammad V as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
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Download e-textbooks on mobile devices now
PETALING JAYA: E-textbooks can now be downloaded on mobile devices.
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Seven men charged over brawl at Gambang R&R
KUANTAN : Seven men including a bus driver were charged at the magistrate’s court here today over a quarrel at the Gambang Rest and Recreational Area (R&R) which went viral on social media on Dec 24...
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Seven charged over quarrel at Gambang R& R
KUANTAN (Bernama): Seven men, including a bus driver, were charged at the Magistrate's Court here over a quarrel at the Gambang Rest and Recreational Area (R&R), which went viral on social media on Dec 24.
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