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Malaysia's Oct 1-15 palm oil exports rise 2% m-o-m — AmSpec Agri
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16): Exports of Malaysian palm oil products for Oct 1-15 rose 2% to 684,907 tonnes from 669,709 tonnes shipped during Sept 1-15, according to data released by independent inspection...
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Brexit to be delayed again, free trade deal will be struck, say economists
LONDON, Oct 15 — Britain’s October 31 departure from the European Union will be delayed, according to the vast majority of economists polled by Reuters who again said the two sides would eventuall...
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Students on ‘Look East’ exchange programme
The UPM students with Dr Akitochi Hanazawa (seated third left) and Kyutech postgraduate students.
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Penang to host two international eco-conferences
GEORGE TOWN: Penang will host two major international eco-conferences that are in line with the state’s sustainability drive.
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Whistleblowers play a role in the wellbeing of corporations
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 8): The consequences of speaking the truth and whistleblowing can be truly appalling.
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Grab may face $20m fine in Malaysia for breaching competition law
Grab may be facing a fine of about US$20.5 million as Malaysia ruled that the ride-hailing giant had abused its dominant position in the market.
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Sarawak to hold anti-rabies exercise next year
KUCHING: Sarawak will carry out a thorough anti-rabies exercise next year to increase the vaccination rate of dogs to at least 70%.
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Uggah: Anti-rabies mopping up exercise to achieve 100pct vaccination rate in 2020
File photo for illustration purposes KUCHING: A mopping up exercise to vaccinate dogs that were missed in previous anti-rabies operations including the targeted removal of more strays will be held n...
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Can corporations evolve meaningfully enough?
Business leaders using old business models, outdated organisational structures and strategies won’t cut it in the new world. Digital disruption is no longer news – it has...
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16th Japanese Film Festival at GSC CityOne Oct 3-6
JFF 2019 poster. KUCHING: After a successful run in Peninsular Malaysia, the 16th Japanese Film Festival (JFF) 2019 is coming to Kuching and Kota Kinabalu from Oct 3 to 6 at GSC CityONE Megamall and ...
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Of digital tsunamis and business strategies
Change is inevitable and constant, but in the business world, swift market changes can precipitate boom or bust.
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Maid used as political pawn, court told
IPOH: The Indonesian maid who was alleged to have been raped by Perak executive council member Paul Yong may have been used as a “political pawn”, the Sessions Court...
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Drama at Yong's trial: Lawyer claims maid a 'pawn'; anti-Nga chants outside
There was drama inside and outside the Ipoh Court Complex today, where Perak state executive councillor Paul Yong's rape trial went through case management.
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Paul Yong's trial: Maid possibly a 'political pawn', her lawyer tells court
IPOH: The Indonesian maid, who alleged she was raped by Perak executive council member Paul Yong, could be a "political pawn", her lawyer tells the Sessions Court here...
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Sepang Circuit ready to host EWC
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 19): Malaysian motorsports will add another feather to its cap by hosting another international motorsports event that marks another milestone for the country and the Sepang Interna...
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Largest Pentecostal Night in S’wak witnesses new wave of revival
Thousands seen at Pentecostal Night at the Jubilee Grounds last Sunday.
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Made-in-Malaysia festival in celebration of Malaysia Day
AIRASIA Foundation and REXKL are set to celebrate Malaysia Day with a free admission festival titled Made-in-Malaysia on Sept 14 and 15.
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10 Reasons to visit #MyDigitalMaker Fair 2019
Super fun competitionsWatch school teams compete in a battle of wits or join in the numerous competitions throughout the two-day event.
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New Delhi to slash use of cars in November to cut pollution, says chief minister
Vehicles driving through the smog in New Delhi on Jan 7.
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AI-based profiling platform to match students for tertiary education pathways
KUALA LUMPUR: An artificial intelligence (AI)-based profiling platform that provides students with personalised guidance on recommended pre-university or university for digital tech courses and schola...
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M'sian violin-maker scores gold with 'Negaraku' and 'Jalur Gemliang'
Malaysian violin-maker Tan Chin Seng has won two gold medals for his handcrafted violin and viola named "Negaraku" and "Jalur Gemilang" respectively at the 10th Anlai International Violin-making Compe...
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Unique Penang experiences to be aggressively promoted: Chow
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government will continue to aggressively promote state tourism by offering unique travelling experiences for tourists, says Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow (pix).
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KKIFF returns for its 10th film festival in Malaysia
Jude (third left) with the KKIFF 2019 committee at the press conference.
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Murder trial of Cradle Fund CEO to begin tomorrow
SHAH ALAM: The murder trial of the late Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd CEO Nazrin Hassan will begin tomorrow at the Shah Alam High Court. The case will only be heard on Fridays...
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Opportunities abound in digital world: MDEC VP
KUALA LUMPUR: Students and parents need to be informed about the wide range of jobs available in the digital world, said Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) talent development vice-president D...
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Postponed trial for Cradle CEO murder set for Sept 6
SHAH ALAM: The trial for the murder of Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd CEO Nazrin Hassan will begin on Friday (Sept 6) at the Shah Alam High Court.
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BMW to host Premium Selection Fair
KUALA LUMPUR: BMW Group Malaysia will play host to its largest pre-owned vehicle fair of the year and will be providing early interest sign-up benefits.
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Hearing of Cradle Fund murder case postponed
SHAH ALAM: The High Court has postponed the hearing of a murder trial in which the wife of Cradle Fund chief executive Nazrin Hassan was accused of having killed him together with two teenage boys and...
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N. Sembilan exco: Sungai Lukut Kechil water turns black not due to pollution
SEREMBAN, Aug 24 — The water in Sungai Lukut Kechil in Port Dickson is believed to have turned black due to cleaning and drain widening works, said State Health, Environment, Cooperatives and Consum...
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Conservation key theme of WWF-M’sia’s mural project
The team from WWF-Malaysia Sarawak Conservation Programme in a photo-call with their first mural project at CHMS No 3.
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China buys US soybeans after declaring ban on American farm goods
CHICAGO, Aug 22 — China snapped up a small volume of US soybeans last week after pledging to halt purchases of American farm products due to the escalating trade war between Washington and Beijing, ...
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Thailand approves US$682m aid for farmers
BANGKOK: Thailand’s National Rice Policy Committee, chaired by Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, has announced 21 billion baht (US$682mil) in subsidies to help stabilise prices for rice farmers hurt by drought and a strong baht.
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Malindo Air, STAN to promote Sandakan Food and Agriculture Festival
Teo (second left) exchanging the MoU with Morgan while Vivian (second right) and Chong (left) look on.
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Foreign selling of local equities likely to persist in near-term - Economist
The foreign selling of Malaysian equities is likely to persist in the near term, amidst the weak sentiment driven by the external market.
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IPCMC Bill final discussion in September
PETALING JAYA: A meeting will be held with stakeholders on the Independent Police Comp­laints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill before Parliament votes on it in October.Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Liew Vui Keong said the rights of individuals to voice their opinions would not be sidelined in the process of renewing the law.
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Further engagement on IPCMC before Parliament decides, says Liew
PETALING JAYA: Further engagement with stakeholders on the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill will be held before it is tabled in the Dewan Rakyat this October, says Datuk Liew Vui Keong.
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Malaysian palm oil price extends rally for 7th day on stronger export data outlook
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures extended their rally late on Wednesday, hitting their highest in four and a half months, supported by expectations of stronger export data.
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Health DG delivers prestigious lecture in Poland
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia through Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah had the honour on Monday to deliver the Martin Allgower Lecture at the 48th World Congress of Surgery (WCS) 2019, i...
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Concert in Air enters Malaysia Book of Records
Ayda Jebat’s record setting performance at 38,000 feet on board AirAsia AK5106 flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu.
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KK Fashion Week Sept 13-21
Juliana (seated, centre) with organising committee members and major sponsors of KK Fashion Week 2019 after a press conference, yesterday.
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Celebrating the arrival of the all-new Costa Coffee Stores
The all-new Costa Coffee Stores have arrived, bringing the complete Costa Coffee experience and London’s favourite coffee to Malaysia. Featuring great coffees, handcrafted to perfection by master baristas, customers can look forward to enjoying favourites such as the Flat White!
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Pasir Gudang air pollution analysis report not delayed on purpose - deputy minister
KUALA LUMPUR (July 25): The Pasir Gudang air pollution analysis report is not being purposely delayed, says Deputy Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Isnaraissah...
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Pasir Gudang air pollution analysis report not delayed on purpose: Deputy Minister
KUALA LUMPUR: The Pasir Gudang air pollution analysis report is not being purposely delayed, says Deputy Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Isnaraissah Munirah Majili...
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Malaysia's July 1-15 palm oil exports slightly rise 3% — Amspec Malaysia
(July 15): Malaysia's July 1-15 palm oil exports seen at 656,210 tonnes versus June 1-15 at 636,837 tonnes, said Amspec Malaysia.
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Witness admits giving contradictory statements on signatures to MACC
KUALA LUMPUR: A prosecution witness in Najib Razak’s corruption and abuse of power trial admitted making conflicting statements to anti-graft investigators in relation to his 13 signatures to instru...
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MACC took my statement six times: Ex-SRC non-exec director
KUALA LUMPUR: Former non-executive director of SRC International Sdn Bhd, Datuk Suboh Md Yassin told the High Court here today that he had met Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officials for...
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MACC took my statement six times, ex-SRC director tells court in Najib's trial
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Datuk Suboh Md Yassin told the High Court here that he had met Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officials to have his statements recorded on six occasions in 2015 and five times in 2018 following the 14th General Election.
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Malaysian palm oil price up on expectation of better export data
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures jumped more than 1% on Wednesday as traders bet upcoming export data would overshoot forecasts.
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Palm up on expectation of better export data
KUALA LUMPUR (June 19): Malaysian palm oil futures jumped more than 1% on Wednesday, as traders bet upcoming export data would overshoot forecasts.
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Malaysian palm oil price up tracking soy, helped by weak ringgit
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Monday, shadowing higher U.S. soyoil prices on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), while a softer ringgit also supported.
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Palm climbs tracking soy, helped by weak ringgit
KUALA LUMPUR (June 17): Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Monday, shadowing higher U.S. soyoil prices on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), while a softer ringgit also supported.
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Palm gains on stronger soyoil, weaker ringgit
KUALA LUMPUR (June 17): Malaysian palm oil futures rose in first-half trade on Monday, buoyed by gains in US soyoil on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) overnight and a softer ringgit.
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Local suppliers urged not to further raise prices of export logs
KUCHING: Japanese tropical log importers have asked their Malaysian suppliers not to further raise the prices of export logs or risk losing the Japanese market.
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China says reached 'broad consensus' with UN after Xinjiang visit
China and the United Nations have reached a “broad consensus” about counter-terror work, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Sunday after a controversial visit by a senior UN official to the restiv...
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Tokyo stocks follow Wall Street lower
TOKYO, June 13 — Tokyo stocks opened lower today, taking a negative lead from Wall Street amid lingering worries over the US-China trade war.
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The Week Ahead: US/China data may offer clues on trade war impact, Najib’s SRC...
Given that it is a relatively quiet week on the home front, a slew of key data from China and the US may take centre stage as they could provide some insight into how the world’s largest and second ...
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TNB committed to solving billing complaints, delays disconnection notice
Tenaga Nasional Berhad was in the spotlight recently as many customers have complained about having an unusual increase in their electricity bills.
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Mercedes dealer in customer viral video protest slapped with hefty fine
HONG KONG: A car dealer in central China, that became the target of a public protest by an unhappy customer in April was fined a total of 1 million yuan (RM607,000) for selling faulty vehicles, the Xi...
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Malaysian palm oil price eases after rally, strong demand curbs decline
SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil futures lost ground on Friday as the market took a breather after a four-session rally backed by strong demand for the oilseed.
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Palm oil ends day unchanged but posts first weekly gain in four
SINGAPORE (May 17): Malaysian palm oil futures closed Friday's trading unchanged, as the market lost steam after a four-session rally backed by strong demand for the edible oil.
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Palm oil falls after 4-day rally; set for first weekly gain in four
SINGAPORE (May 17): Malaysian palm oil futures ticked lower on Friday, as the market took a breather after a four-session rally backed by strong demand for the edible oil.
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Malaysian palm oil price jumps more than 2% on higher demand, stronger soyoil
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose to a more than two-week high on Thursday evening on better demand for the edible oil, moving up for the fourth straight day as they tracked gains in soyoil on the U.S. Chicago Board of Trade.
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Palm jumps more than 2% on higher demand, stronger soyoil
KUALA LUMPUR (May 16): Malaysian palm oil futures rose to a more than two-week high on Thursday evening on better demand for the edible oil, moving up for the fourth straight day, as they tracked gain...
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Palm trades at 2-week high on higher demand, stronger soyoil
KUALA LUMPUR (May 16): Malaysian palm oil futures rose to a two-week high in early trade on Thursday on better demand for the edible oil, set to gain for the fourth straight day as they tracked gains ...
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Palm oil price at week high on stronger soyoil, weaker ringgit
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures climbed to a one-week top in early trade on Wednesday, in line to chart a third consecutive day of gain, as it tracked an increase in U.S. soyoil on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and a weaker ringgit.
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Palm hits 1-week high on stronger U.S. soyoil, weaker ringgit
KUALA LUMPUR (May 15): Malaysian palm oil futures climbed to a one-week top in early trade on Wednesday before paring some gains, charting a third consecutive day of gains as it tracked an increase in...
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Palm scales 1-week high on stronger US soyoil, weaker ringgit
KUALA LUMPUR (May 15): Malaysian palm oil futures climbed to a one-week top in early trade on Wednesday, in line to chart a third consecutive day of gain, as it tracked an increase in US soyoil on the...
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Malaysia's May 1-15 palm oil exports rise 14.4% — Amspec Malaysia
(May 15): Malaysia's May 1-15 palm oil exports seen at 785,367 tonnes versus April 1-15 at 686,760 tonnes, according to Amspec Malaysia.
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I took samples of Razak Baginda’s handwriting, cop tells hearing
SHAH ALAM: A police officer told the High Court here today he took samples of handwriting from political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda on two consecutive days in 2006.
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Altantuya case: Razak Baginda gave samples of handwriting, court told
SHAH ALAM (May 14): The High Court here today was told that political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda had given samples of his handwriting to a police officer on Nov 14 and 15, 2006.
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Altantuya case: Razak Baginda gave samples of handwriting, court told
SHAH ALAM (May 14): The High Court here today was told that political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda had given samples of his handwriting to a police officer on Nov 14 and 15, 2006.
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Razak Baginda gave samples of handwriting, court told
SHAH ALAM, May 14 — The High Court here today was told that political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda has given samples of his handwriting to a police officer on November 14 and 15, 2006.
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Razak Baginda gave samples of handwriting, court told
SHAH ALAM (Bernama): The High Court here has been told that political analyst Abdul Razak Abdullah Baginda had given samples of his handwriting to a police officer on Nov 14 and 15, 2006.
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Police nab 42 for drug-related offences
KOTA KINABALU: Police have detained 42 individuals for drug-related offences in several raids carried out around the city including in Manggatal, Sembulan and Likas, since May 4.
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Newborn baby giraffe latest attraction at Zoo Negara
KUALA LUMPUR: Zoo Negara here has a new addition following the birth of a female giraffe calf on April 18.
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23 Rohingya girls bound for Malaysia rescued from human traffickers
DHAKA (AFP): Twenty-three Rohingya girls were rescued after being brought from refugee camps to the capital Dhaka to be sent to Malaysia by air, Bangladesh police said Sunday (May 12).
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Seven illegal immigrants nabbed as they try to take ferry from Langkawi to mainland
BUKIT KAYU HITAM : Seven Myanmar nationals believed to have used a marine route to slip into the country illegally through Pulau Langkawi were caught by Customs and Immigration officers at the passenger inspection area in the Langkawi ferry terminal on Thursday (May 9).
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Newborn baby giraffe latest attraction at Zoo Negara
KUALA LUMPUR, May 12 — Zoo Negara here has a new addition following the birth of a female giraffe calf on April 18.
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Baby giraffe a new star at Zoo Negara
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Zoo Negara here has a new addition following the birth of a female giraffe calf on April 18.
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India votes in penultimate phase of seven-round general election
Voters in Delhi and elsewhere in India’s north lined up early on Sunday to cast their ballots in the second-to-last round of a seven-phase general election, with the opposition seeking a united stan...
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Be proactive and ensure safety at all children's playgrounds, Lee urges local authorities
PETALING JAYA: There is an urgent need for all local authorities to be proactive and adopt an accident-prevention culture to help ensure the safety of children's playgrounds under their jurisdiction, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
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Single mum grows into thriving trade
JOHOR BARU: When her marriage failed, Ratna Hayati Ramlan decided to play the cards she was dealt with in life.
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A price control headache
ELEEN Ooi, 38, could not believe her eyes when she got the bill for the removal of a peanut stuck in her four-year-old daughter’s nose.
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The real victims of China’s trade patterns
Much has been written about the consequences of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), especially for the developing countries of Asia.
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Fugitive televangelist willing to face justice back in India
KUALA LUMPUR, May 10 — Fugitive televangelist Dr Zakir Naik has conceded that he is willing to face justice back in India, but only if he is not arrested there until he is tried in court and convict...
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Police detain NGO member on suspicion of committing arson
ALOR STAR: A non-governmental organisation (NGO) member was detained yesterday to facilitate investigations following a fire at a recycling plant in Jalan Bakar Arang, Sungai Petani on April 18.
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Hadi thanks Dr M for 'cleansing' PAS, Umno of problem individuals
PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang has thanked Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad for "cleansing" PAS and Umno of problematic individuals.
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Police detain warden who allegedly sodomised tahfiz students
KANGAR: A hostel warden who was said to have sodomised two students and molested three others at a tahfiz school at Simpang Empat here was detained at midnight last night.
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Let Dr Mahathir finish his job before he steps down, says PPBM veep
KOTA BHARU: DAP veteran leader Lim Kit Siang should not dispute the length of Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s term as prime minister, said PPBM vice-president Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman.
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Let Mahathir finish his job before he steps down, Rashid tells Kit Siang
KOTA BARU: DAP veteran leader Lim Kit Siang should not dispute the length of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s term as prime minister, said Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) vice-president Tan Sri Ab...
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Let Dr M finish his job, says Bersatu veep
DAP's Lim Kit Siang should not dispute the length of Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s term as prime minister, said a Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) vice-president.
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Warden detained over alleged sodomy of tahfiz students
A hostel warden who was said to have sodomised two students and molested three others at a tahfiz school at Simpang Empat here was detained at midnight last night.
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Cops detain tahfiz school warden suspected of sodmising students
KANGAR: A hostel warden who was said to have sodomised two students and molested three others at a tahfiz school at Simpang Empat here was detained at midnight last night.
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Kangar school warden arrested, under seven-day remand for sodomy probe
KANGAR, May 11 — A hostel warden who was said to have sodomised two students and molested three others at a tahfiz school at Simpang Empat here was detained at midnight last night.
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Police detain warden who allegedly sodomised tahfiz students
KANGAR (Bernama): A hostel warden who was said to have sodomised two students and molested three others at a tahfiz school at Simpang Empat here was detained at midnight on Friday (May 10).
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Stop looking back at what could have been, Tok Mat tells members on Umno’s 73rd birthday
KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 ― In a low-key commemoration of Umno’s 73rd anniversary of its founding today, party acting president Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan urged members to move on and focus on winning th...
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Penang flood: One relief centre closed this morning
TASEK GELUGOR: The relief centre at Surau Kampung Tok Sani has been closed this morning after all the 35 flood evacuees from seven families were allowed to return home.
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Amazon’s Bezos unveils lunar lander project ‘Blue Moon’
WASHINGTON, May 11 — Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world and head of space company Blue Origin, announced Thursday his intent to participate in the new race to the Moon with a high-tech lander ...
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One flood relief centre in Penang closed this morning
TASEK GELUGOR, May 11 ― The relief centre at Surau Kampung Tok Sani has been closed this morning after all the 35 flood evacuees from seven families were allowed to return home.
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Hostel warden suspected of sodomising tahfiz students believed to have fled to Ipoh
KANGAR: A hostel warden who was suspected of sodomising and molesting students at a tahfiz centre in the state is believed to have fled to Ipoh, Perak.
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