Friday, October 21, 2016




Liow: Opposition walkout a sandiwara

Minister in Prime Minister's Department Azalina Othman Said slams the ...
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‘Budget 2017 brings no relief to the disabled’

Disabled people in Malaysia were looking forward to a monthly ...
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2050 National Transformation to become a calibre nation

Dubbed TN50, the transformation will span three decades to form ...
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Suaram reports two cases of alleged police power abuse

The cases of a 31-year-old man jailed on a confession ...
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Budget 2017: BR1M not animal feed or bait

The government always prioritises the rakyat’s needs and has decided ...
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Malaysia neither a failed nor a bankrupt nation

Najib Razak says contrary to what has been suggested by ...
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Budget driven by five principles

The Government says it will prioritise national unity, and protect ...
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No hike in GST rates, says Najib

The government expects to collect RM40 billion in GST for ...
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Budget 2017: Inclusive prudent spending,wellbeing of the rakyat

Themed "Ensuring Unity and Economic Growth, Inclusive Prudent Spending, Wellbeing ...
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Gwangju Prize Laureates stand in solidarity with Maria Chin

They urge Malaysian authorities to protect the freedom to dissent ...
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Cops ready for Abu Sayyaf spillover

The police and other security agencies are well prepared to ...
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Gobind wants Najib to explain DOJ probe in Parliament

The motion by the Puchong MP challenges the subjudice ruling ...
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Budget 2017: What to watch for

Here are some items that could feature in the coming ...
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Budget 2017 to accelerate growth, ensure well being of the rakyat

The Budget is expected to reveal a number of measures ...
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Bersih has deviated, says PAS

Takiyuddin Hassan said PAS also frowned on Bersih 4 participants' ...
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Questioning the need for NCC2

As long as pro-bumiputera policies remain useful in winning bumiputera ...
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The lingering distrust of EC

Until real electoral reforms are carried out, the EC will ...
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Serious concern over the first use of e-voting in Thailand

If not implemented transparently, the initial e-voting system in Thailand ...
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The scourge of bullying involving students

There are a number of things the ministry and schools ...
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The elusive UN woman secretary-general

The General Assembly’s political appointments should be more transparent and ...
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Six dead, five seriously injured in accident

In the 5.40am incident, the six died at the scene ...
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Hishammuddin: Initiative taken to guard Sulu seas from IS infiltration

The defence minister says Malaysia is working with Indonesia and ...
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Sabah graft probe: Nineteen engineers arrested

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) investigators seized RM2.4mil from several ...
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Let’s affirm equal status for Sabah and Sarawak

The downgrading of Sabah and Sarawak as equivalent to ordinary ...
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Baru Bian all set to stir the hornet’s nest

The Ba'Kelalan assemblyman intends to table a motion to reverse ...
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Hollande warns UK’s May of ‘hard’ Brexit talks

May's path to formal exit talks also risks being derailed ...
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EU drops sanctions threat against Russia over Syria

EU President Donald Tusk, who had earlier said that sanctions ...
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Obama calls for ‘big’ win to repudiate ‘dangerous’ Trump

Polls show Clinton leading by more than six points and ...
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UN to begin evacuations from Aleppo if truce holds

The Syrian army said it was opening eight corridors for ...
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Najib unveils generous budget as elections loom

The opposition almost annually accuses Najib's government of using government ...
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‘Crazy’ hike in Saudi visa fees could impact business ties

An oil industry source called the new tariffs 'crazy' and ...
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Indian washermen keep tradition alive despite daily grind

Over the years, the work of 'dhobi wallahs' has modernised ...
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EU still hopes for Canada trade deal in overnight talks

The Canada deal is opposed by a wide array of ...
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How 1960s pioneers shaped record-seeking All Blacks

In the golden era of the 1960s, the playing squad ...
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Two centuries on, horse racing fervour still unites Mauritians

Horse racing was introduced by British colonialists in 1812 and ...
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Sport integral to Haiti recovery, says GOALS chief

'I think the power of sport is it just has ...
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Crutchlow fastest as rain lashes practice

He put in only eight laps to post his best ...
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S’gor local councils strike down redelineation plan

All 12 local councils say they have registered their objections ...
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Outdoor school offers hope for Islamabad’s poor

Founded in 1960, Islamabad was envisaged as a city for ...
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HK in lockdown as Typhoon Haima nears

Thursday night saw a citywide swoop on supermarket shelves with ...
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Cumberbatch on visiting comic store as ‘Doctor Strange’

'Doctor Strange' will be released in the United States on ...
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