Road Bully Suspect Detained By Police

PETALING JAYA, Nov 18 – The road bully who spat on the windscreen, damaged the wiper and bent the side mirror of a woman motorist along the Subang Jaya USJ — Shah Alam stretch yesterday has been detained by police. It is learned that the man was detained about midnight at

KL Shares Higher At Midafternoon

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 – At 3pm today, there were 352 gainers, 329 losers and 319 counters traded unchanged on the Bursa Malaysia. The FBM-KLCI was at 1,813.59 up 7.11 points, the FBMACE was at 6,452.54 up 114.25 points, and the FBMEmas was at 12,516.07 up 40.10 points. Turnover was

Will United Nations Do Anything About North Korea?

KOREA, Nov 18 – After nearly a year of unprecedented attention given to allegations of widespread abuse and torture within North Korea, one question is being repeatedly asked: When will the international community do anything about it? On Tuesday, a United Nations General Assembly committee is expected to consider a

Price Of RON97 Reduced By 20 Sen A Litre

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 – The retail price of RON97 petrol will be reduced by 20 sen a litre, from RM2.75/litre to RM2.55/litre throughout the country effective midnight tonight. Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan confirmed the matter on his Twitter account Tuesday. A copy of the letter to the effect sent

MH370: Search To Be Completed By April

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 – Searchers for missing flight MH370 remain optimistic that the latest phase, focusing on a new area farther south-west, will locate the wreckage and give families of the 239 passengers and crew members on board the plane a sense of closure. According to Judith Zielke, chief coordinator of

Landslides In Genting Highlands

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 – A landslide, caused by heavy rain, forced the closure of the Km 4.2 heading towards Genting Highlands earlier this morning. It is understood that the midnight downpour had caused the soil on the slope to loosen. The fallen soil, however, buried a patrol car which

Govt To Share TPPA Pros And Cons Before Deciding

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 – THE government will share the pros and cons of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) at Parliament before it decides on signing the trade partnership, International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said.  He said a cost-benefit analysis on Malaysia’s involvement in the TPPA was

Dinosaur Fossil Found In Mount Gagau

KUALA TERENGGANU, Nov 16 – The Gagau-Menjejak Dinosaur Expedition 2014 carried out by the Mineral and Geoscience Department and Malaysian Geological Heritage Group (KWGM) has led to the discovery of a dinosaur fossil around Mount Gagau in Kenyir Lake, Hulu Terengganu. The 10-day expedition from Oct 13 to 22 involved researchers from

Malaysia Book Of Records Recognises 2014 TINTS

KUALA TERENGGANU, Nov 16 – The 2014 Terengganu International Timber Exhibition (Tints) has created two new records in the Malaysia Book of Records Sunday. The four-day exhibition, starting last Thursday, was recognised as the biggest sales carnival for agarwood and the first international timber exhibition in Malaysia. Tints was organised by the

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