Water Supply In KL, Gombak Fully Restored

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KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 9 – The water supply to several areas in the federal capital and Shah Alam that experienced disruption due to power failure at the Bukit Tadun Pump House has now been fully restored beginning 10am. The water disruption had started since 4pm yesterday. However, Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn

Malaysia’s Industrial Production To Grow 4.9% In February

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KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 7 – Malaysia’s industrial production is expected to grow stronger in February 2017 to record 4.9% growth year-on-year compared to 3.5% in January. According to Moody’s Analytics, a division of Moody’s Corp engaged in economic research and analysis, Malaysia’s industrial production was likely to rebound in February after the

Police Arrested Suspect Involved In Hit-and-run Accident

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GEORGE TOWN, Apr 7 – OCPD Asst Comm Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said police have attested the suspect of a hit-and-run accident which caused the death of a 58-year-old woman, Foo Swee Wah. The suspect was arrested at Penang Hospital and later brought to the northeast district traffic police station. Mior said the suspect

North And South Korea Face Off On Pyongyang Football Field

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PYONGYANG, Apr 7 – South Korea’s flag will fly in Pyongyang on Friday as its women’s football team takes on their neighbours in the first ever competitive soccer match between the two countries hosted by the North. The only previous encounter between them in Pyongyang was a pro-unification match between the men’s

Malaysia To Quit F1 Next Year

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KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 7 – Malaysia will no longer be organising the Formula One (F1) race after the government agreed to terminate the organising contract starting next year. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak said the contract had to be terminated following sharp decreasing returns to the country compared to the

Five Indian Workers Burnt To Death By Molten Rubber

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NEW DELHI, Apr 7 – Five Indian factory workers were burnt to death Thursday in the western city of Jaipur after tons of molten rubber leaked at a tyre manufacturing unit, police said. At least 10 workers were putting raw rubber into a furnace when it cracked, pouring the substance onto seven

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