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Topic: October 12

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Fuel subsidy mechanism for M40 ready by March 2020
The government is currently carrying out a study on the mechanism for the petrol subsidy programme (PSP) for the M40 middle income group, and the results are expected to be ready towards the end of th...
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Confusion mounts for e-hailing drivers after October 12 deadline passes
If you’ve tried to use e-hailing services like Grab over the past few days or so, chances are that you’d have noticed that there appears to be less drivers on the road.
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Cops: Putrajaya balloon explosion caused by hydrogen gas
Putrajaya district police chief ACP Rosly Hasan on Monday said the balloon explosion incident at the Education Ministry's 2019 National Sports Month event on October 12 was caused by the use of hydrog...
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Fuel subsidy plan to include M40 group – gov’t aiming for simultaneous implementation with B40 next year
The ministry of domestic trade and consumer affairs (KPDNHEP) is hoping to implement the petrol subsidy programme (PSP) for recipients of the Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) – or B40 – as well as those i...
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Gov’t to take gradual approach on enforcing e-hailing regulations, some leniency to be given – Loke
The transport ministry says that while it will fully enforce the new e-hailing regulations that came into force on October 12, it has promised to be more lenient towards e-hailing drivers who are in t...
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KLIA and KLIA2 get new ride-hailing pick-up points
In a media statement, Malaysia Airports announced that as of October 12, it has designated new pick-up points for ride-hailing services such as Grab, intended for passengers arriving at the Kuala Lump...
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109 Petron Miles members rewarded with Alif Satar Concert
Alif Satar entertaining 109 PMiles members at the event brought to Kota Kinabalu by Petron Malaysia.
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The case for extending maternity leave to three months — Dharm Navaratnam
OCTOBER 12 — One of the proposals of Budget 2020 to raise the maternity leave duration to 3 months seems to have raised the ire of many people.
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Indonesian ministry signs cooperation with China on high speed train operation
JAKARTA, October 12 — Indonesian Transportation Ministry has signed a cooperation document on human resources research and development with KCIC, the China-Indonesia joint firm to operate Jakarta-Ba...
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A real investment in public health ― Chan Li Jin
OCTOBER 12 ― It was 5.37pm when the finance minister announced in the 2020 Budget that RM60 million had been allocated for the inclusion of the Pneumococcal vaccine to be included into the National ...
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Budget 2020: A Budget for Malaysians ― Harjit Singh Sidhu
OCTOBER 12 ― The highly anticipated Shared Prosperity Budget, which has been tabled by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng was the second budget since Pakatan Harapan came to power in May 2018, clearly di...
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‘Joker’ and ‘Ad Astra’: Making the blockbuster intimate
OCTOBER 12 — An incredibly packed work schedule meant that for the last couple of weeks, I’ve only managed to see lots of films without being able to write about them.
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October 2019 week two fuel price – RON 97 up 7 sen
Today marks the announcement of Bajet 2020 but it’s also Friday, so time for another weekly fuel update.
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JPJ says e-hailing regulations to be strictly enforced
The road transport department (JPJ) says no further leeway will be given to e-hailing drivers with regards to enforcement once the new regulations for e-hailing come into effect tomorrow, October 12.
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JPJ: No more leeway, new e-hailing regulations to be enforced strictly
PUTRAJAYA, Oct 10 — The Road Transport Department (RTD) will not give any further leeway to e-hailing drivers and will strictly enforce its new regulations when they take effect on October 12, its e...
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ICYMI #187: iPad Pro offer, Essential Phone 2, Huawei Honor extended warranty & more!
The 2nd generation iPad Pro can now be yours at an affordable price point. And the Huawei “No worries” and Honor “Rileks, Beli Je!” campaigns have been extended until 31st December 2019. Tun...
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Veteran group gets thumbs up for Remembrance Day ceremony at Taman Tugu Negara
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 9 — The Malaysian Armed Forces Chinese Veterans Association (MACVA) has received the green light to hold its Remembrance Day at the Taman Tugu Negara (National Monument Park) this ...
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E-hailing vehicles won’t be classified as commercial vehicles, no need for physical copy of eVP – Loke
Earlier this week, it was reported that the road transport department (JPJ) and the land public transport agency (APAD) had imposed two new requirements that e-hailing drivers would need to comply wit...
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E-hailing drivers: Timing of new requirements is “outright unfair”
The Malaysian E-Hailing Drivers Association (MeHDA) has recently released a statement that is asking for leeway from the Ministry of Transport over new requirements for e-hailing drivers; the date for...
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Government imposes two new requirements on e-hailing drivers ahead of October 12 PSV deadline
E-hailing drivers have until this Saturday, October 12, to comply with the ruling of having a mandatory Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence in order to continue operating, but while many drivers have...
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RTD director: Stern action against non-compliant e-hailing drivers
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 29 — Stern action will be taken against e-hailing drivers in the city who still do not comply with the set conditions after October 12, said director of Kuala Lumpur Federal Territ...
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National Sports Day, Malaysia Sports Challenge still in plans for National Sports Month, says ministry
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 23 — The National Sports Day (NSD) and Malaysia Sports Challenge (MySC) remain under the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MYS) plans for the inaugural National Sports Month (NSM) cele...
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Trekkers, nature lovers urged to participate in Salt Trail Challenge
Dr Anbarasu (fourth right) and Sabah Parks Board of Trustees assistant director (enforcement and operation) Maipol Spait (third right) holding up a poster of the Salt Trail Challenge 2019, in a group ...
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Traditional costumes can be office outfits
Some of the colourful traditional ethnic costumes of the people of Sabah.
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EC: Sandakan’s voter turnout 51pc at 4pm
KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 — Just over half of the 39,684 registered voters in Sandakan have cast their ballots by 4pm today, the Election Commission (EC) announced.
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Sandakan voter turnout 47pc at 3pm, below EC’s 70pc target
KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 ― Less than half of the 39,684 registered voters in Sandakan have cast their ballots by 3pm today, the Election Commission (EC) announced.
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Voter turnout at Sandakan poll at 20pc in morning run
KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 ― An estimated 20 per cent of the 39,684 registered voters in Sandakan have cast their ballots by 10am today, the Election Commission (EC) announced.
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Perak govt’s political training did not question Rulers, says Youth Assembly Speaker
IPOH, April 22 — Perak Youth Assembly Speaker Teoh Yee Chern today dismissed the Opposition’s allegations that a state-run political training had questioned the sovereignty of Malay rulers.
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Perak Umno rep accuses state govt of running training module 'questioning sovereignty of Malay rulers'
IPOH, April 18 — Rungkup assemblyman Datuk Shahrul Zaman Yahya has urged Perak exco Howard Lee today to explain a state-run political training module that he claimed is questioning the sovereignty o...
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