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Topic: Nov 28

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Keep foreign extremism at bay
THE arrest of two DAP lawmakers – including a state executive councillor – for their suspected links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) militant group is certainly one of the most expl...
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36,021 students from Sarawak preparing for SPM this Monday
An invigilator gives a briefing before the start of a SPM examination at SMK St Teresa, Kuching.
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More arrests possible, say police after seven detained over Tamil Tigers
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman is not ruling out the possibility that more arrests will be made over links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).
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DAP reps nabbed for trying to revive Tamil Tigers, cops claim
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman said it has detected attempts to revive the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), following the arrest of two DAP assemblymen over alleged links to the now-defunct Sri Lank...
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416,416 candidates to sit for SPM examination beginning Oct 14
PUTRAJAYA: The written examination for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2019 will be held from Oct 14 to Nov 28.
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416,416 candidates to sit for SPM examination beginning Oct 14
PUTRAJAYA: The written examination for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2019 will be held from Oct 14 to Nov 28.
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EC well prepared for any disasters
PONTIAN: The Election Commission is well prepared for any natural disasters such as floods that may hit during the Tanjung Piai by-election and is making sure it will not...
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Dr Wee reiterates calls for Guan Eng to retract statement that BN 'robbed' the people of GST refunds
KUALA LUMPUR: Ayer Hitam MP Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has reiterated calls for the Finance Minister to retract his statement that the previous Barisan Nasional...
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EC: Tanjung Piai by-election will not disrupt SPM
PONTIAN: The Tanjung Piai by-election will not disrupt the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination, says the Election Commission (EC).
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Global LNG: Asian prices slip as China stays away, demand lacklustre
LONDON (Oct 4): Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) slipped this week, with many Chinese and other regional players absent from the market due to the Golden Week holiday, and no respite ...
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Lies and truth
COMMENT | Asyraf Wajdi (above), youth leader of Umno has issued a statement saying that we, the DAP leaders, are racists and extremists by quoting several statements alleged made by PH leaders.
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JPJ rakes in RM15mil from e-bidding
JOHOR BARU: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has managed to collect RM15.6mil from five states within the last four months in revenue since the launch of its e-bidding system (JPJeBid). JPJ vehicl...
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JPJ rakes in RM15mil from e-bidding
JOHOR BARU: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has managed to collect RM15.6mil from five states within the last four months in revenue since the launch of its e-bidding system (JPJeBid).
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FGV rebuts US petition claiming plantations use child labour
Felda Global Ventures (FGV) Holdings Berhad has come out firmly to deny allegations that it has employed child labour in its operations, following an online petition urging a US boycott of Malaysian p...
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Adib inquest now a troubling, tangled web
What a mess this is becoming.
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Jho Low mom’s diamond jewellery set now in US custody
A set of 1MDB-linked jewellery items purportedly given to Evelyn Goh, the mother of fugitive businessperson Low Taek Jho, is now in US custody.
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Ringgit closes higher against US dollar
KUALA LUMPUR, May 24 — The ringgit closed higher against the US dollar today in line with the encouraging oil prices, a dealer said.
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Palm oil still targets RM2,144
SINGAPORE (May 21): Palm oil still targets RM2,144 per tonne, as suggested by a projection analysis and a falling channel.
Palm oil | SINGAPORE | Wang Tao | RM2 | Reuters | Support | RM1 | 966 | May 21 | Nov 28 | 2018 | RM2 | 144 | RM2 | 091 | RM2 | 896 | RM2 | 246 | RM1 | 967 | RM2 | 122 | RM2 | 218 | RM2 | 145 | RM2 | 085 | RM2 | 049
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Palm oil may rise more to RM2,144
SINGAPORE (May 17): Palm oil may rise more to RM2,144 per tonne, as suggested by a projection analysis and a falling channel.
Palm oil | Wang Tao | SINGAPORE | RM2 | Reuters | RM2 | 122 | RM2 | 218 | RM2 | 085 | RM2 | 246 | RM1 | 966 | RM1 | 967 | RM2 | 144 | RM2 | 896 | RM2 | 091 | Nov 28 | 2018 | May 17
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Ex-Perhilitan officer fails to strike out false claims conviction
KUANTAN: A former Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia (Perhilitan) officer failed to set aside his four-year jail sentence and RM117,000 fine for submitting false claims over the purchase of backpacks six years ago.
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Palm falls for 7th day on fresh Sino-U.S. trade tension
KUALA LUMPUR (May 6): Malaysian palm oil futures fell to their lowest in more than five months on Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump's threats to increase tariffs on Chinese imports risked prospec...
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Palm falls 1% on fresh Sino-US trade tension
KUALA LUMPUR (May 6): Malaysian palm oil futures fell to their lowest in more than five months on Monday as US President Donald Trump's threats to increase tariffs on Chinese imports risked prospects ...
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Expert: Region needs gene-editing ethics panel
KUALA LUMPUR: After a Chinese scientist raised alarm bells saying he edited genes in human embryos, many have called for controls on the controversial practice.
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Widad gets RM190mil construction contract
PETALING JAYA: Widad Group Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary, Widad Builders Sdn Bhd (WBSB), has accepted a letter of award for a RM190.5mil contract from Wardah Properties Sdn Bhd.
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Lynas can continue operations, but must clean up raw material first
PUTRAJAYA: Lynas Malaysia can continue its operations in Malaysia provided it cleans up the raw material brought into the country first, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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