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Wed, 16 Oct 2019, 5:52 PM
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Luxury cars’ anti-theft devices prove no match for skilled car thieves
SHAH ALAM: High-tech anti-theft systems installed in luxury vehicles appear to be no match for skilled car thieves who are making off with vehicles equipped with sophisticated gadgetry.
AsiaOne:
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2 killed in 6-vehicle expressway crash in Malaysia
JOHOR BARU - Two people died in an accident involving six cars along the North-South Expressway here, which also saw one of bodies landing in a ravine.
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Two killed in six-vehicle expressway crash
JOHOR BARU: Two people died in an accident involving six cars along the North-South Express­way here, which also saw one of bodies landing in a ravine.
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Two died in an accident involving six vehicles at Plus highway
JOHOR BARU: Two died while four others were injured in an accident involving six vehicles at kilometer 12.8 of the North South Expressway heading north, early this morning.
Tech in Asia:
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More VCs are vying for Southeast Asia. Here’s how they can compete
By some estimates on PitchBook, venture capital dry powder has increased up to 11x in the past six years in Southeast Asia.
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‘Ah Heng’ gang nabbed in Penang for stealing keyless cars
GEORGE TOWN: Penang police said today they had broken a car theft syndicate who used electronics technology to steal ‘keyless’ cars.
Channel NewsAsia:
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Malaysia police bust Penang car theft syndicate that targeted keyless vehicles
GEORGE TOWN: Police in Penang have busted a vehicle theft syndicate that targeted keyless cars with the aid of special electronic equipment.
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Penang car theft syndicate using electronics technology busted
GEORGE TOWN: Penang police have busted a vehicle theft syndicate using electronics technology to steal the vehicles, with the recent arrest of six men including the syndicate’s mastermind known as A...
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Court rejects MACC’s forfeiture bid
JOHOR BARU: The Sessions Court here rejected an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to forfeit the assets of a former state executive councillor, his son and daughter-in-law, worth millions of ringgit.
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Court rejects MACC bid to forfeit exco’s assets worth millions
JOHOR BAHRU: The Sessions Court here today rejected an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to forfeit the assets of a former state executive councillor, his son and daughter...
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Johor court rejects MACC’s forfeiture application
JOHOR BARU: The sessions court here today rejected an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to forfeit the assets of a former state government exco, his son and daughter-in-la...
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Court rejects MACC application to forfeit ex-Johor exco's assets
The Johor Bahru Sessions Court today rejected an application by the MACC to forfeit assets worth millions of ringgit belonging to former state exco Abdul Latiff Bandi, his son and daughter-in-law.
Malay Mail:
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Johor court rejects MACC’s forfeiture application of former Johor exco’s assets
JOHOR BARU, May 20 — The Sessions Court here today rejected an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to forfeit the assets of a former state government exco, his son and dau...
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Court rejects MACC's forfeiture application, orders seized assets to be returned to former exco member
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): The Sessions Court here has rejected an application by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to forfeit the assets of a former state exco member, his son and daughter-in-law, worth millions of ringgit.
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AES cameras at 11 new sites
PETALING JAYA: The Menora Tunnel is one of the 11 new locations earmarked for the Automated Awareness Safety System cameras to improve road safety, says Datuk Kamarudin Jaffar.
Malaysiakini:
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11 more Awas cameras to be installed along Plus expressway
A total of 11 Automated Awareness Safety Systems (Awas) cameras are expected to be added at accident-prone locations along the North-South Expressway to improve road safety.
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11 more Awas cameras will be installed at North-South Expressway
PETALING JAYA: A total of 11 Automated Awareness Safety Systems (Awas) cameras were expected to be added at accident-prone locations along the North-South Expressway to improve road safety.
Malay Mail:
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North-South highway to have 11 more safety cameras, focus on Ipoh tunnel stretch
PETALING JAYA, May 16 — Highway operator PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) will be funding the installation of 11 new Automated Awareness Safety System (AWAS) cameras at accident prone areas along the Nor...
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Two arrested after police open fire
KUALA LUMPUR: Two men, one of whom has eight criminal records, were detained after police fired a few shots at two vehicles driven by them in front of a restaurant in Taman Melawati here, yesterday.
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Police open fire on vehicle trying to ram them, two arrested
KUALA LUMPUR: Two cops on motorcycle were forced to open fire on a vehicle after the driver tried to ram into them during a crime prevention patrol at Taman Melawati here.
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2019 CarSifu Auto Show: 20 vehicles to be showcased
KUALA LUMPUR: The CarSifu Auto Show opens its doors to the public today with 20 vehicles on display.
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‘Pokémon Go’ developer secures US$245mil in Series C funding
Niantic, the developer behind Pokémon Go, finished its Series C financing with US$245mil (RM1bil) on Jan 16, according to a press release.
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