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Opposition leaders can’t see eye-to-eye – Najib

Opposition leaders can’t see eye-to-eye – Najib

Baling – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today questioned the differences in opinions between leaders of opposition parties in various matters, which he said clearly showed their inconsistency and lack of principles where it came to consensus building. Citing the example of the 1Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M), he said the leaders of the […]

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Shell says operations back to normal

Shell says operations back to normal

Kuala Lumpur – More than 800 of Shell Malaysia’s retail stations nationwide are operating normally this morning, with the rest only accepting cash transactions. In a statement, the company said it is continuing to work hard to remedy the technical issues at the remaining stations. On Monday, Shell Malaysia announced that almost all its retail […]

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North Sumatra quake felt in Peninsular Malaysia

North Sumatra quake felt in Peninsular Malaysia

Petaling Jaya – A moderate 5.5 magnitude earthquake occurred in North Sumatera, Indonesia yesterday and the tremor could be felt up to several areas in peninsular Malaysia. According to the Malaysian Meteorological Department, the quake’s epicentre was 35km southwest of Binjai, Indonesia, and 264km southwest of Lumut, Perak. It was reported that the quake had […]

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Malaysia should seize opportunities to develop rapidly like China – DPM

Malaysia should seize opportunities to develop rapidly like China – DPM

Kunming – Malaysia should seize opportunities from the rapid development of China’s economy to be able to move in tandem with the republic and achieve the desired development for the country. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said development plans for the country should be drawn up from now to realise what […]

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Masala Wheels – Malaysia’s first social enterprise food truck

Masala Wheels – Malaysia’s first social enterprise food truck

Kuala Lumpur – Ending 2016 with a high key, a group of professional youths launched Malaysia’s first social enterprise food truck. With a founding philosophy of doing social good, Masala Wheels was founded in October 2015 and became synonymous with their bright orange-colored food truck. Located in the vicinity of KLCC, this food truck operates […]

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Anak lelaki pemimpin MNLF ditahan di Malaysia

Anak lelaki pemimpin MNLF ditahan di Malaysia

Petaling Jaya – Anak lelaki kepada pemimpin Barisan Pembebasan Nasional Moro (MNLF) kini ditahan di Malaysia berkaitan insiden pengebomban di Davao City pada September tahun lalu. Menurut laporan VERA Files, Datu Mohammad Abduljabbar Sema, 26, ditahan pada 24 November tahun lalu di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur (KLIA) sebaik tiba dari Bangkok. Datu Mohammad merupakan […]

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PM Najib extends Pongal greetings

PM Najib extends Pongal greetings

Kuala Lumpur – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has extended ‘Pongal’ (harvest festival) greetings to Malaysians celebrating the event. “As the Malaysian Indian community welcomes the auspicious month of Thai which signifies a new beginning, I take this opportunity to wish our Indian brothers and sisters a very blessed and prosperous ‘Ponggal Vaalthukal’,” […]

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Guan Eng gives statement to police over Syariah Law remark

Guan Eng gives statement to police over Syariah Law remark

George Town – Police today recorded a statement from Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng with regard to his statement in relation to the proposed amendment to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965. Lim is alleged to have called on Barisan Nasional component parties to withdraw from the coalition over the BN’s support for […]

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Short-term rates likely to remain stable on BNM’s intervention

Short-term rates likely to remain stable on BNM’s intervention

Kuala Lumpur – Short-term rates are expected to remain stable today on Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) continuous intervention to absorb excess liquidity from the financial system. The central bank estimated today’s liquidity at RM28.91 billion in the conventional system and RM12.18 billion in Islamic funds. BNM will conduct two RM500 million conventional money market tenders […]

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‘Datukship for Sale’. Anyone? – By Navinn Rajendran

‘Datukship for Sale’. Anyone? – By Navinn Rajendran

Probably if you pelt a stone at crowd, it might land on a Datuk/ Dato’s head. That’s how it has become today and many are indeed questioning the value of state awards and titles today. Extremely surprised with certain reports and news, I thought it might be timely for me to give it a try […]

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