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‘Black water’ from taps makes PBS rep see red
KOTA KINABALU: A Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) leader has demanded that the state government address the degrading water quality in her constituency in Sabah’s northern Kudat district.
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We need subsidy, not loan, smallholders tell Putrajaya
AMPANG: A group representing smallholders nationwide has urged Putrajaya to bring back palm oil replanting subsidy instead of replacing it with a low-interest loan mechanism.
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Cops to question Ramasamy for criticising police over Batu Arang shooting
GEORGE TOWN: Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy has been summoned by Bukit Aman over an opinion piece critical of the police.
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Kit Siang wants UM to withdraw report against student protester
PETALING JAYA: DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang today called on Universiti Malaya to withdraw a police report against one of its students who held a placard protest against its vice-chancellor at the univers...
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Doctors’ groups hail new exam for would-be specialists
PETALING JAYA: Medical associations in Malaysia approve of the new entrance examination that doctors pursuing specialist education in public universities are now required to take.
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Lower threshold for foreigners: It will solve liquidity problem faced by...
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16): The lower property threshold for foreign ownership will help “solve the liquidity problem faced by developers”, LBS Bina managing director Tan Sri Lim Hock San (pictured) to...
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Lower threshold for foreigners: It will solve liquidity problem faced by developers, says LBS Bina's Lim
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16): The lower property threshold for foreign ownership will help “solve the liquidity problem faced by developers”, LBS Bina managing director Tan Sri Lim Hock San (pictured) to...
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UM academics stand by convo protest student
PETALING JAYA: The Universiti Malaya Academic Staff Union (PKAUM) today stood by the student who created a stir through his solo protest at his convocation ceremony against the university’s involvem...
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MIER chief blames rent-seeking politicians for NEP’s failure
KUALA LUMPUR: Kamal Salih chuckles before answering the question of why the New Economic Policy (NEP) has failed to fully realise its objective of improving the lot of Bumiputeras, even 50 years after...
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Coming soon: Incentives to use electric vehicles
PETALING JAYA: The government is poised to announce incentives to popularise hybrid and electric cars and encourage their local manufacture, according to Greentech Malaysia, which works under the purv...
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In-vitro fertilisation bid fails, now hunt on for fresh rhino sperm
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is unperturbed in its quest to save Malaysia’s Sumatran rhinoceros from extinction despite the latest setback involving an in-vitro fertilisation on an egg retrieved from the co...
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After convo protest, student claims UM barred him from receiving scroll
KUALA LUMPUR: A Universiti Malaya student said he was barred from receiving his scroll at the university’s convocation ceremony today, one day after a student’s lone protest condemning the vice-ch...
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UM condemns student, lodges police report after lone protest at convo
PETALING JAYA: Universiti Malaya (UM) has lodged a police report against an engineering graduate who staged a lone protest during his convocation ceremony yesterday, saying the action has tarnished th...
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Student activist carries out solo protest at his own graduation
PETALING JAYA: Student activist Wong Yan Ke created a stir while receiving his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Universiti Malaya today when he carried a protest placard on stage, demanding...
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Restore Malay dignity with excellence in graduates, says Kadir
PETALING JAYA: Four public universities who “lent their names” to the Malay Dignity Congress held earlier this month were challenged today to restore dignity to Malay students by ensuring they mon...
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Match courses with jobs to reduce jobless grads, says TalentCorp
KUALA LUMPUR: Talent Corporation has urged local universities to upgrade courses according to the nation’s critical job shortage list.
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Ban use of hydrogen in balloons at public events, says expert
PETALING JAYA: A chemical engineering expert has called on the government to ban the use of balloons filled with hydrogen, which is flammable, after balloons exploded at a fitness event in Putrajaya i...
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Frustrated cabbies want their own man in Parliament
PETALING JAYA: A taxi drivers’ group has decried the lack of allocations for the transport sector after the 2020 Budget was tabled in the Dewan Rakyat yesterday.
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Statistics don’t show wealth disparity among Bumiputeras, govt told
PETALING JAYA: The government has been urged to separate statistics on Bumiputera wealth by region in order to present an accurate picture of the economic situations of the different communities comin...
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Expert calls for review of rent-to-own mechanism
PETALING JAYA: A property expert has urged the government to review the rent-to-own (RTO) mechanism announced in the 2020 budget to prevent a situation in which buyers have to pay more for houses than...
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Orang Asli allocation pointless if forests not preserved, says NGO
PETALING JAYA: Two Orang Asli NGOs have expressed indifference toward the RM20 million drop in allocations for the indigenous community, saying such grants do not guarantee their development.
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2020 Budget hits and misses
PETALING JAYA: Economists from two think tanks have voiced disappointment over the continued racial emphasis in the 2020 Budget, saying the national budget should be geared towards needs-based initiat...
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Lower 2nd Penang Bridge toll will boost development on both ends, says FMM
GEORGE TOWN: Factory operators have welcomed the reduction of the toll for the second Penang Bridge from the present RM8.50 to RM7 from Jan 1, matching the first bridge.
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Matta delighted with large allocation for tourism
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) has praised the RM1.1 billion allocation for the tourism, arts and culture ministry (Motac) in the 2020 Budget that was just a...
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Court frees sister accused of shielding activist from cops
KAJANG: The Magistrate’s Court here today acquitted the sister of activist Jufazli Shi Ahmad of allegedly obstructing a police officer from arresting her brother at their apartment early this year.
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Under our law, LTTE is terrorist group, say cops as more arrests expected
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman’s counter-terrorism chief Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay has rejected the notion that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) whose sympathisers were arrested yesterday is figh...
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GPS to develop Sarawak without Putrajaya’s help – really, asks PKR man
KUCHING: A Sarawak PKR leader has scoffed at claims by Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) that it can develop the state without Putrajaya’s assistance, saying attempts to do so would only do the people a ...
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Budget 2020 must brace for rough seas, says prominent economist
PETALING JAYA: Ahead of the tabling of Budget 2020, a think tank has warned that the coming year will be tough, given the challenges of slower economic growth, US-China trade tensions and global uncer...
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Be transparent on B40 petrol subsidy in East Malaysia, urges Sarawak MP
KUCHING: A Sarawak MP has urged the domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry (KPDNHEP) to be transparent about the petrol subsidy scheme for the B40 low-income group.
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Go ahead if you want to arrest me, says Ramasamy
GEORGE TOWN: Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy was a picture of calm today despite rumours of his possible arrest swirling over alleged links to a defunct Sri Lankan separatist group.
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DAP man baffled by arrests over LTTE
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang MP Charles Santiago has questioned the arrests of two DAP assemblymen for alleged links with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), saying the separatist group is now defunct...
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Cops who charged into home were ‘nice’, says daughter of arrested rep
PETALING JAYA: The daughter of a Negeri Sembilan assemblyman P Gunasekaren recounted how an anti-terrorist squad descended on their home in Seremban and arrested her father today.
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1MDB prosecutors prepare contempt proceedings against Lokman
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution in the 1MDB trial is not satisfied with the explanation by Umno Supreme Council member Lokman Noor Adam, who has been accused of threatening Najib Razak’s former specia...
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2 DAP reps among 3 arrested for terror links
PETALING JAYA: Police have arrested three men including two DAP assemblymen from Melaka and Negeri Sembilan, believed to be over their alleged links to terrorism, FMT has learnt.
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Sabah’s tourism will suffer if poaching continues, wildlife expert warns
KOTA KINABALU: A wildlife expert warns that Sabah may lose its tourist allure if it does not keep a lid on poaching in the state, about two weeks after a pygmy elephant was found dead in Tawau riddled...
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The aged can give you an edge, employers told
PETALING JAYA: Don’t overlook people past their retirement age if your company is looking for an employee but is unwilling to spend time and money to train him or her for the job.
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Social contract talk a non-starter, says political scientist
PETALING JAYA: A political scientist has dismissed talk about a social contract between the Malaysian races as a non-starter, saying no such document exists.
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Pupils develop apps that bring betterment to society
BUKIT KIARA: Not all students use their phones to play games and shoot selfies.
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No alternative budget from BN this year
PETALING JAYA: Barisan Nasional (BN) will not be presenting an alternative budget this year, in a break from the tradition of opposition budgets.
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Salleh could be just what PKR needs to grow in Sabah, says analyst
KOTA KINABALU: A political analyst says PKR believes an experienced politician like Salleh Said Keruak could be just what the party needs to strengthen its position in Sabah.
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11-year-old appeals to health minister to put a stop to haze
SUNGAI PETANI: Frustrated at having missed football practice due to unhealthy air conditions, an 11-year-old boy has picked up the courage to write an appeal letter to the health minister, pleading th...
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Sabah Water chief’s appointment unlawful, court rules
KOTA KINABALU: The Kota Kinabalu High Court today declared the appointment of a non-civil servant as director of the Sabah Water Department as unlawful.
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Anwar’s speech slur on Malay Dignity Congress draws comments from PM’s aide
PETALING JAYA: A possible mispronunciation of the Malay word “maruah” (dignity) by Anwar Ibrahim during banter with fellow Pakatan Harapan leaders Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Mohamad Sabu this week ha...
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End of the road for Utusan
KUALA LUMPUR: Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Bhd, which recently sold 70% of its shares in subsidiary Dilof Sdn Bhd to Media Prima Bhd, will cease operations for all three of its main publications tomorrow.
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After Shah Alam ‘snub’, Anwar to deliver keynote lectures on peaceful co-existence
PETALING JAYA: The dust has yet to settle from the Oct 6 gathering that saw Dr Mahathir Mohamad joining hands with opposition leaders in the name of “Malay dignity”, but supporters of Anwar Ibrahi...
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Umno Youth throws down the gauntlet on Budget 2020
PETALING JAYA: Umno Youth has challenged the government to show in this Friday’s budget presentation how it plans to boost Malaysia’s competitiveness in the global marketplace.
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Spa caretaker held over fake robbery
GEORGE TOWN: Police have detained the caretaker of a spa and salon for faking a robbery after she alleged that she lost RM17,300 to man on a motorcycle in Seberang Jaya yesterday.
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MACC pre-empting courts with 1MDB compound, says Shahrir
PETALING JAYA: Umno’s Shahrir Abdul Samad has criticised the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for issuing compounds against 80 individuals and companies said to have received funds from 1...
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Oksana says she sold RM1 mil wedding ring to pay medical bills
PETALING JAYA: Rihana Oksana Gorbatenko, who married Sultan Muhammad V last year, said she was forced to sell her wedding ring worth £203,000 (about RM1.05 million), and accused the Kelantan ruler of...
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Dr M master at splitting opponents, says MCA chief
KUALA LUMPUR: MCA president Wee Ka Siong said Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s challenge to Barisan Nasional (BN) to field an Umno candidate in the Tanjung Piai by-election next month was a ploy to split the c...
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My prime minister and disappointments after Malay congress
The prime minister should have been more cautious and sensitive to all Malaysians when he spoke at the Malay Dignity Congress two days ago, given the fact that in the last election, Malaysians regardl...
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Home ministry throws former BN party a lifeline
PETALING JAYA: Former Barisan Nasional (BN) component myPPP may be able to make a comeback, some 10 months after it was deregistered by the Registrar of Societies (RoS) following a leadership struggle...
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MCMC, data commission need more powers to deal with cyber-crimes, says expert
PETALING JAYA: A cyber-security law specialist has called for greater powers for Malaysia’s internet regulators to deal with cyber-crimes such as data theft and loss of private information.
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Watch out for racial elements, economist says on shared prosperity plan
PETALING JAYA: An economist has welcomed the government’s new policy agenda for shared prosperity but has reservations about elements which he says are race-based and could leave it open to abuse.
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SAPP chief: Unjust to withhold fuel subsidy from Sabah, Sarawak
KOTA KINABALU: The federal government’s decision not to extend the targeted fuel subsidy scheme to Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan was described today as “an unjust discrimination” by SAPP president Y...
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Foodpanda insists riders can earn more through new payment scheme
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 7 — Online food delivery company Foodpanda today urged its riders to have faith in the new payment scheme, which it says will benefit those who are hard-working.
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Critic slams ‘totally absurd’ proposal to add ‘Sunni’ in constitution
PETALING JAYA: Vocal Muslim activist Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa has criticised a call by a PAS MP to include a new clause in the Federal Constitution recognising only Sunni Islam as the official religion, a...
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Fight child marriage by ending poverty, says SIS
PETALING JAYA: Women’s rights advocates have called for more efforts to end child marriage and promote women’s leadership ahead of the 2020 budget which will be tabled in Parliament next week.
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Suhakam member calls for compulsory free education
PETALING JAYA: Human rights activists are calling for a more comprehensive and holistic educational system for children in light of the upcoming announcement of next year’s Budget, while a commissio...
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Malaysia will ‘shoot’ itself in the foot with big time arms production, experts warn
PETALING JAYA: It may be politically risky and commercially not viable for Malaysia to sink millions of ringgit in investments to manufacture weapons as the domestic market is too small to sustain a c...
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Man behind 2007 Hindraf protests longs for a ‘Malay Abraham Lincoln’ to step up
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian law student P Uthayakumar was marching through London with hundreds of other young people to protest against Apartheid in South Africa when he became aware of something that g...
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FT minister’s aide denies claim he extorted money from nightclub owners
PETALING JAYA: An officer to the Federal Territories minister has denied an allegation that he extorted money from nightclub owners in Kuala Lumpur for the past year.
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Bringing back GST shows Putrajaya is desperate, says Sabah activist
KUCHING: A vocal activist in Sabah is criticising Putrajaya for considering the reintroduction of the goods and services tax (GST), saying it showed the federal government is financially desperate.
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Umno AGM pushed to Dec 4 to make way for Tg Piai by-election
KUALA LUMPUR: Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today announced that Umno’s annual general meeting (AGM) will be pushed to Dec 4-7 as Barisan Nasional will contest in the Tanjung Piai by-election, s...
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Economists back return of GST, say it’s easier for businesses
PETALING JAYA: Two economists and a former minister have backed a think tank’s call for Putrajaya to reintroduce the abolished goods and services tax (GST) ahead of Budget 2020.
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Putrajaya’s competition body seeks to slap RM86.8 million fine on Grab
UPDATED KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) has proposed to slap a RM86.8 million fine on GrabCar Sdn Bhd for breaching anti-monopoly laws following the e-hailing company’s merg...
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Senior lecturers exploit their juniors
I refer to the report on academic dishonesty as published by FMT on June 22, 2019.
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Penang group says company getting away with land clearing despite stop-work orders
TOWN: A company involved in a granite quarry has a history of ignoring stop-work orders since 2016, says a group of environmentalists concerned with land clearing in Penang.
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Is suing effective to stop the bully menace?
PETALING JAYA: Should bullies be made to pay compensation to their victims?
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Business decisions not your business, Putrajaya told over Foodpanda dispute
PETALING JAYA: A think tank says Putrajaya should focus on developing the business environment rather than on individual business decisions, after the government stepped in to solve a dispute between ...
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Umno’s Lokman Adam gets show cause letter for threatening 1MDB witnesss
PETALING JAYA: The prosecution in the 1MDB trial has issued a show cause letter to Umno Supreme Council member Lokman Noor Adam for threatening Najib Razak’s former special officer Amhari Efendi Naz...
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Dr M should serve full term, says PPBM veep
PUTRAJAYA: A senior PPBM leader said Dr Mahathir Mohamad should serve full term as prime minister, in comments likely to anger supporters of Anwar Ibrahim who say the PKR leader should take over the t...
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PSR approved by DOE on D-G’s last day at work?
GEORGE TOWN: A pressure group has asked if it is mere coincidence that the three islands project in Penang was approved on the last day of office of Department of Environment director-general Ahmad Ka...
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Think before letting Gojek in, says Umno Youth
PETALING JAYA: Umno Youth has cautioned the government against rushing to introduce the Gojek motorcycle-hailing service in the country.
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Malaysia needs more specialists in dementia, says expert
KUALA LUMPUR: A medical expert has lamented the lack of healthcare professionals trained to treat and care for patients with dementia despite the growing number of Malaysians suffering from diseases r...
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18 too young to be elected reps, says ex-EC chairman
PUTRAJAYA: Former Election Commission (EC) chairman Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman is of the view that 18-year-olds are too young to be elected representatives or stand in general elections.
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Former estate workers in Kedah get back water supply
PETALING JAYA: Syarikat Air Darul Aman (Sada) has sent water tanks to the Padang Meha Estate, near Sungai Karangan, Kedah, after residents complained that their water supply was cut off last week.
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What happened to probe on judicial misconduct, asks Karpal’s daughter
KUALA LUMPUR: Lawyer Sangeet Kaur Deo has questioned the Cabinet and the chief justice (CJ) on why there is no investigation into a senior judge’s claim of misconduct and corruption in the judiciary...
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24 pylons to be built along Penang Bridge to bring power to island
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government has given “conceptual” approval to Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) to build 100-metre-high pylons next to the Penang Bridge to meet future power supply demands.
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US ban a warning to other Malaysian manufacturers, says rights activist
PETALING JAYA: An international workers’ rights activist has warned that Malaysian companies could face more trade sanctions from Washington for labour practices, after US authorities yesterday bann...
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Estate residents seek Mukhriz’s help over land dispute with developer
PETALING JAYA: Some 40 former workers of a rubber estate in Kedah decided to camp out in front of the menteri besar’s office in Alor Setar, Kedah to protest a week-long water supply cut at the estat...
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Treat bullying seriously as taxpayers bear damages, say lawyers
PETALING JAYA: A High Court ruling earlier this week to award about RM600,000 damages to a school bully victim is yet another clarion call to the education ministry to address the problem in a holisti...
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S4S members despicable, charge them, says Sarawak minister over Negaraku incident
KUCHING: A Sarawak minister has urged police to take action against a group of activists who refused to stand up when the national anthem was played during an event in Kuching last week.
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Cops question 5 over Christian school prayer
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have questioned five people in its probe into a claim that a school in Penang barred Muslim prayer during a recent awards ceremony.
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Elephant killers caught in Tawau
KOTA KINABALU: Police say they have arrested several people behind the recent brutal killing of a Borneo pygmy elephant.
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Voting still race-based, local Malay best bet in Tanjung Piai, says PPBM veep
PUTRAJAYA: A senior PPBM leader said Pakatan Harapan can retain the Tanjung Piai seat if it fields a local Malay candidate.
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Bold and sexy budget please, but economist not holding his breath
KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng should announce a “bold and sexy” budget to boost government coffers and create excitement in the economy, an economist says ahead of Pakatan Harapan’...
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Old enough to contest, but not to vote
PETALING JAYA: Old enough to stand for election, but too young to vote.
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No handover date, expect ‘old dictator’ murmurs, Sarawak activist tells Dr M
KUCHING: A Sarawak activist has questioned the excuse given by Dr Mahathir Mohamad that he needs more time to fix the country’s economy before handing over power to Anwar Ibrahim.
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Malaysia should make its own weapons, says Patriots chief
PETALING JAYA: National Patriots Association president Mohamed Arshad Raji has called for the domestic production of weapons as a means of reducing defence spending.
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Hunting veteran denounces slaying of pygmy elephant
KOTA KINABALU: A veteran hunter has condemned the recent killing of a pygmy elephant in Tawau as an act of “the cruellest nature” and in violation of a code hunters abide by.
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Funding agencies to be streamlined, says Yeo
KUALA LUMPUR: Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin said the Cabinet has agreed for funding agencies under her ministry to be more streamlined.
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Ex-Johor MB ‘almost certain’ to stand in Tanjung Piai
PETALING JAYA: Former Johor menteri besar Khaled Nordin is almost certain to be named as the Barisan Nasional candidate in the Tanjung Piai by-election, the first time a non-MCA man will contest the f...
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Najib predicts Putrajaya will miss deficit target
PETALING JAYA: Former prime minister Najib Razak says he is confident the government will miss its target of holding the budget deficit to 3% of the gross domestic product (GDP). Speaking to FMT about...
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Move over, Tanjung Piai Umno tells MCA
PETALING JAYA: Umno’s Tanjung Piai division is insisting that Barisan Nasional (BN) break from tradition and field a candidate from Umno instead of MCA in the by-election triggered by the death of P...
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Throw the book at those disrespecting Negaraku, say veterans
GEORGE TOWN: Army veteran Mohamed Arshad Raji has called for severe punishment for a group of Sarawakians who refused to stand for the national anthem.
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Bachok residents go far for food as eateries stay closed
PETALING JAYA: The usually busy town of Bachok, Kelantan, has been unusually quiet for the past two days as food shops were not open although they were exempted from a government order for shops to cl...
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‘The truth will set us free’, MGS board chairman says on police probe
GEORGE TOWN: The Methodist Girls’ School (MGS) today said it would not comment on a claim made by an NGO alleging that it had banned Muslim prayers at a function and had recited Christian prayers in...
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Group invites MP for meeting over Sg Petani air pollution
GEORGE TOWN: An environmental group fighting illegal recycling factories and air pollution in Sungai Petani, Kedah, today invited their MP for a discussion after he said they had never asked him for a...
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I felt nothing but shock, says runner hit by car during KL marathon
KUALA LUMPUR: Faizul Shahrul Mohd Salleh had been participating in marathons since 2015, but nothing in any of his past races prepared him for his experience in this year’s Standard Chartered Kuala ...
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