Student’s Participation In Peaceful Gatherings

GEORGE TOWN, Nov 17 – Monash University Malaysia and Curtin University Sarawak have joined ranks with public universities in warning students not to take part in illegal gatherings. Students from both universities informed the press that they have received notification via email over the last 2 days.  The notification indicated that “students

TPP: Putrajaya, Tokyo On Same Page

TOKYO, Nov 16 – Putrajaya and Tokyo are on the same page that the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) should come into force and Putrajaya hoped the strategic importance of the free trade pact will be recognised by the incoming Donald Trump administration. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak said the

Nintendo Shares Jump On Super Mario App For iPhones

TOKYO, Nov 16 – Shares in gaming giant Nintendo jumped more than 5% Wednesday after giving details of the launch for its keenly awaited new Super Mario game for iPhones, hot on the heels of the Pokemon Go phenomenon that swept the globe. Kyoto-based Nintendo said it would release Super Mario Run

Rafizi Advises Adam Rosly To Declare Assets

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 16 – PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli today advised Ampang PKR Youth chief Datuk Adam Rosly, whose castle-like house in Ampang has come under public scrutiny, to declare his assets as soon as possible. “I feel that the faster Adam declares his assets, the easier it will be for him.

Around 200 Rohingya Stranded At Bangladesh Border

DHAKA, Nov 16 – Around 200 Rohingya Muslims fleeing a surge in violence after security forces took control of Myanmar’s Rakhine state last month are stranded at the Bangladesh border, community leaders said Tuesday. Bangladeshi border guards pushed back the Rohingya — mostly women and children — to the Myanmar side on

Thunderstorms Expected To Persist Until Evening

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 15 – Thunderstorms over the coastal waters of Kelantan and Terengganu, and Rejang, Mukah, Bintulu and Miri in Sarawak, are expected to persist until late this evening. In a media statement today, the Malaysia Meteorological Department said a similar situation might also occur over Labuan and the inland area

Jamal Denies Saying ‘Police Punched Me’

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 15 – Coalition of Malay Non-Governmental Organisations Malaysia chairman, Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunus has denied saying that the police punched him during a scuffle at a shopping mall yesterday. He said he could have said it in the heat of the moment since there was a scuffle and a

Several Areas At High Risk Due To Supermoon

GEORGE TOWN, Nov 14 – With the supermoon phenomenon is expected to take place starting today till Nov 21, several areas in Penang is at risk of flooding. State Local Government, Flood Mitigation and Traffic Management Committee member Chow Kon Yeow said that the tide was expected to reach as high as

Kedah’s 2017 Budget Aims To Boost State’s Potential

ALOR STAR, Nov 13 – Kedah tabled a budget of RM1.06 billion for 2017, with a deficit of RM75.5 million compared to an estimated revenue collection of RM734.7 million. The budget themed, “Together Driving the Economy, Boosting the State’s Potential”, tabled by Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah has allocated

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