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Chinese not extremists – Zaid

Zaid Ibrahim

Professional valet service for all event KUALA LUMPUR ― The Chinese in Malaysia cannot be labelled “extremists” as they have had to be adaptable and accommodating of others in order to prosper all these years, former minister Datuk Zaid Ibrahim said, noting that these are not the qualities of an extremist. Instead, Zaid said it is the Malays who ... Read More »

Bleak Deepavali for seven families


Professional valet service for all event HULU SELANGOR –  It is going to be a bleak Deepavali for seven families who have been evacuated from their homes in Bukit Beruntung. The families from the Teratai flats which were affected due to a landslide on Monday morning have been relocated to three schools in the area. Technician K. Anbarasan, 44, said ... Read More »

Jokowi to visit Malaysia soon – Najib

New Indonesian President swearing in

Professional valet service for all event JAKARTA - Datuk Seri Najib Razak said new Indonesian president Joko Widodo who took his oath of office today had consented to visit Malaysia officially, soon. The Prime Minister said the invitation of the Malaysian government was much appreciated by Joko, or better known as Jokowi, when the two leaders met at Istana Merdeka, ... Read More »

Probe into athlete’s dope test


Professional valet service for all event KUALA LUMPUR – The Youth and Sports Ministry is investigating the course of treatment administered to a national athlete who subsequently failed a doping test. Its minister Khairy Jamaluddin declined to reveal the athlete’s name until further tests confirm the presence of the banned drug. “We have sought experts’ advice and discussed with ... Read More »

Ex-Gapena president Ismail Hussein dies


Professional valet service for all event KUALA LUMPUR – Former Federation of National Writers Association of Malaysia​ (Gapena) president Prof Tan Sri Dr Ismail Hussein died at University Malaya Medical Centre about 9.36pm yesterday due to old age.​ He was 82. Ismail, the first Malay to obtain a first class degree in Malay Studies at the University of Malaya, ... Read More »

Malaysian, Aussie officials to meet on MH370 updates

MH370 updates

Professional valet service for all event PETALING JAYA – The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) and Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC) officials are scheduled to attend a bilateral meeting here in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday and Friday to discuss with government officials the updates on the search for missing Flight MH370. Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said ... Read More »

Najib foresees Jokowi strengthening Malaysia-Indonesia ties

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak

Professional valet service for all event JAKARTA – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is convinced the Indonesian administration helmed by the new president, Joko Widodo, would strengthen ties between both countries. Joko, who is popularly known as Jokowi among Indonesians, got down to work today as the seventh president of Indonesia after taking his oath of office ... Read More »

Ridhuan Tee warns Chinese community


Professional valet service for all event PETALING JAYA –  Controversial columnist Riduan Tee Abdullah has warned the Chinese community against pressuring the government with more demands, saying they would only be encouraging the rise of more extreme right Malay groups like Perkasa and ISMA. Weighing in on the controversy over Chinese schools, he noted that while the government had ... Read More »

Gerakan man suspended for ‘pendatang’ remarks


Professional valet service for all event KUALA LUMPUR –  Gerakan today suspended the membership of Johor delegate Tan Lai Soon following his “pendatang” (immigrant) remark. Its deputy president Datuk Dr Cheah Soon Hai, at a press conference at the party’s headquarters, said Tan had been given 14 days to respond to a show cause letter starting today. “We have issued him a ... Read More »

Dyslexic pupil sues govt


Professional valet service for all event KUALA LUMPUR - A 13-year-old boy with dyslexia has filed a suit against the director of the Malaysian Examinations Board and the government for negligence in the handling of this year’s Primary School Achievement Test (UPSR) examination papers, some of which he had to resit. K. Mangala Bhavani filed the suit on behalf of ... Read More »

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