Almost 10% Of TNB Customers In Perlis Enjoy Free Electricity

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KANGAR, Jul 4 – Almost 10% or 9,000 out of 92,000 Tenaga Nasional Berhad customers in Perlis are enjoying free electricity for spending below RM20 in their monthly bills. Its state general manager, Abd Aziz Yaacob said the number has declined as compared to almost 13,000 consumers in 2014. The federal government programme

Uniqlo Bans Bangladesh Travel After Islamist Killings

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TOKYO, Jul 4 – The Japanese operator of fast fashion giant Uniqlo has banned non-essential travel to Bangladesh and ordered its staff there to stay at home, days after militant Islamists killed foreigners in a bloody siege. Tokyo-based Fast Retailing, which operates Uniqlo, said it had told 10 Japanese employees not to

Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal Quits UMNO

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PETALING JAYA, Jul 4 – Former UMNO vice president Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apda today announced that he is quitting the party, 10 days after he was suspended by the party’s supreme council. Mohd Shafie, who is also Semporna Umno division chief made this announcement during a gathering at his house in

IGP Confirm First Ever IS Link To Movida Nightclub Blast

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 4 – Police have confirmed that the grenade attack at the Movida bar at a Puchong mall last week was the first ever successful Islamic State (IS) terrorist group attack on Malaysian soil. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said two male suspects were arrested last week and

Malaysian Charged In Australia Over US$206m Meth Haul

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SYDNEY, Jul 4 – A Malaysian is among eight men charged over a seizure of the drug “ice” worth some Aus$275 million (US$206 million, RM822.60 million) in Australia, authorities said Monday. Some 275kg of crystal methamphetamine were found under the floorboards of shipping containers after a tip-off, the Department of Immigration and

British PM Frontrunner Vows To Limit Immigration

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LONDON, Jul 4 – The favourite to become Britain’s next prime minister on Sunday vowed to push for an EU trade deal that limits immigration, as a law firm warned Brexit needed parliament’s backing to begin. The shock June 23 vote caused upheaval in British politics and financial markets, leaving lawmakers at

Smooth Traffic On Main Expressways As At 10am Today

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 4 – Traffic flow at all major highways is reportedly smooth as at 10am today, except on the North-South Expressway from Bidor to the Tapah Rest Area. PLUS Malaysia Berhad spokesperson, when contacted by Bernama, said traffic was slow moving on the expressway due to the high number of vehicles.

IS-Claimed Baghdad Blast Kills At Least 119

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BAGHDAD, Jul 4 – A suicide car bombing claimed by the Islamic State group ripped through a busy Baghdad shopping district Sunday, killing at least 119 people in the deadliest attack this year in Iraq’s capital. The blast hit the Karrada district early in the day as the area was packed with

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