Pos Malaysia To Issue Special Stamp Series On MRT

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 14 – Pos Malaysia Berhad (Pos Malaysia) will continue the issuance of train-themed stamp series with the latest edition featuring Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). The stamp series will be available from Monday in conjunction with the commencement of the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang (SBK) line service. Head of Pos Malaysia

Malaysian Executed For Drug Trafficking In Singapore

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SINGAPORE, Jul 14 – A 29-year-old Malaysian man convicted of drug trafficking in Singapore was hanged to death today at the Changi Prison Complex, according to the Singapore Central Narcotics Bureau. Bernama was made to understand that the body of Prabagaran Srivijayan would be cremated later today at the Mandai Crematorium. CNB

Azeri Asia TV Is Not Affiliated With AirAsia

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SEPANG, Jul 14 – AirAsia would like to inform the public that Azeri Asia TV by Azeri Asia Holdings (M) Sdn. Bhd. is not part of or affiliated with AirAsia Berhad in any way. AirAsia has never authorised Azeri Asia to use AirAsia’s corporate identity, and any of AirAsia’s intellectual property

SPAN: Water Theft At Project Site, Over RM200,000 In Losses

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 14 – The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) today detected a water theft case at an apartment project construction site in Jalan Rasa Sayang, Cheras, here, involving losses amounting to about RM221,482 since January, last year. SPAN’s Corporate Communications and Consumer Affairs Unit director, Hisyam Samad said following

Inspector Gets 6 Years Jail, RM30,000 Fine, For Bribery

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SUNGAI PETANI, Jul 14 – A police inspector was sentenced to six years’ jail and fined RM30,000 by the Sessions Court here today, on three counts of bribery committed in 2011. Syed Othman Konchong, 53, was charged under Section 17(a) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Act 2009 and two counts under

Trump Arrives In Paris With Russia Scandal In Tow

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PARIS, Jul 13 – Donald Trump arrived in Paris on Thursday for a presidential visit filled with Bastille Day pomp and which the White House hopes will offer respite from rolling scandal back home. Air Force One touched down at Paris’ Orly airport shortly after 0630 GMT, with US president beginning a

Red Means Stop, 301 Motorcyclists Killed In 6 Months

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PETALING JAYA, Jul 12 – There are 301 recorded deaths in Malaysia involving motorcyclists who jumped the red light at traffic junctions in the first six months this year, while 299 suffered injuries after committing this offence. There were 263 deaths and 287 cases of injuries in the same period in 2016.

Man Burnt In Car After It Skidded In Tapah

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IPOH, Jul 13 – A man was found burnt when his car caught fire after it crashed into a road divider and was hit by another car at KM 321.6 of the North-South Expressway near the Tapah exit early today. Tapah district police chief Supt Som Sak Din Keliaw identified the victim

Trump Says Putin Would Have Preferred Clinton Win

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WASHINGTON, Jul 13 – President Donald Trump, battling allegations that Russia helped him win the White House, claimed Wednesday that Vladimir Putin actually would have preferred a Hillary Clinton victory. Decrying what he called a political “witch hunt”, Trump also came to the defence of his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr, after

Google Escapes 1.1 bn Euro Tax Bill In France

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PARIS, Jul 13 – Google is not liable for 1.115 billion euros ($1.272 billion) in unpaid taxes claimed by the French state, a French court ruled Wednesday, saying the internet giant’s Irish subsidiary is not taxable in France. “The French company Google Ireland Limited (GIL) is not taxable in France for

Japan Abe Sees Devastation In Flood-hit Area

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TOKYO, Jul 12 – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday visited southern regions devastated by torrential rains and flooding that killed two dozen people as the toll was likely to rise. Heavy seasonal rains last week caused severe flooding that tore up roads and destroyed houses on Japan’s southernmost island of

Malaysian Research Universities Obtain RM7.17b From Investments

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 12 – Investments amounting RM5.58 billion by the government in five research universities in the country since 2007 until 2015 had generated returns of RM7.17 billion, said Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh. He said the returns were from investments in various aspects including book publication, training and consultancy.

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