Azmin Denies Issuing Ultimatum To PAS Excos

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SHAH ALAM, May 19 – PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali has denied issuing an ultimatum to Selangor executive councillors from PAS to resign or have their party stay out of the Sungai Besar Parliamentary by-election next month. He said the focus currently is to have discussions with various

Zahid: Govt Hopes Indonesia Reviews Housemaid Issue

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KUALA LUMPUR, May 19 – The government hopes Indonesia will reconsider its decision to stop sending its citizens to work as housemaids in Malaysia. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said there should be indepth discussions on the matter by the two countries. Ahmad Zahid, who is Home Minister,

CASBAA Nets Premier League

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HONG KONG, May 19 – CASBAA today announced four additional Corporate Members of the Association for its Q1 2016 line-up, including global sports TV behemoth, the Premier League (PL), data giant Nielsen, and the NASDAQ-listed Indian DTH platform, Videocon d2h and India based (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore & Hyderabad) law firm

Inaugural Belt, Road Summit Held in Hong Kong

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HONG KONG, May 18 – Hong Kong hosted the inaugural Belt and Road Summit today to explore business opportunities presented to the world by the Belt and Road Initiative. Held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, more than 20 senior government ministers from countries located along the Belt

Temporary Closure Of Counters At 5 Immigration Offices

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PUTRAJAYA, May 18 – Passport counters at five Immigration offices will be closed temporarily this weekend. The Immigration Department in a statement here today said this was to ensure the process of putting in place the Malaysian International Passport using polycarbonate data page goes smoothly. The offices involve UTC Johor Baharu,

Maid Issue: Guan Eng Hope Putrajaya Ask Indonesia To Reconsider New Maid Ruling

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GEORGE TOWN, May 18 – Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng hope Putrajaya discuss together with Indonesian government’s and ask Indonesian President Joko Widodo to reconsider on new maid ruling which to stop sending female workers republic as maids abroad starting next year. “I hope that Federal Government can discuss this issue with Indonesia Government. Although it is the right of

Hatyai Shooting Victim Laid To Rest

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BALIK PULAU, May 18 – The body of Mohd Nizam Ahmad Basrah, 28, who was shot dead at Phadungpakdee Road, Hatyai, Thailand on May 16 was laid to rest at the Sungai Pinang Muslim cemetery in Balik Pulau at 1.45am, Wednesday. Nizam’s father, Ahmad Basrah Awang, 49, and his family had

Japan Gymnastics Association, Fujitsu Agree To Jointly Research Scoring Support Technology For Competitions

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TOKYO, May 18 – The Japan Gymnastics Association, Fujitsu Limited, and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced an agreement to conduct joint research on scoring support technology for gymnastics competitions. This research will combine Fujitsu Laboratories’ 3D laser sensors and 3D data processing technology–to discern athlete’s joint position and technique–with the Japan

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