Trump And His Aides Plan Next Moves As Protests Spread

NEW YORK, Nov 13 – President-elect Donald Trump was expected to huddle with advisers at his Manhattan residence Sunday, plotting next moves after thousands of protesters besieged Trump Tower and marched in other US cities for a fourth day. The demonstrations have become daily affairs following Trump’s upset defeat of rival Hillary

Najib to Visit Japan From Nov 15-17

PUTRAJAYA, Nov 13 – The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak will be undertaking a working visit to Japan from Nov 15 to 17 at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Foreign Ministry said Najib’s programme in Tokyo includes a meeting with Abe and a courtesy call by

Wanita MCA Passes 18 Resolutions

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 12 – The 41st Wanita MCA annual general meeting (AGM) today adopted 18 resolutions on issues encompassing women and the law, party affairs, politics, economy, education, social and security aspects. The resolutions were passed by the 1,238 delegates who attended the AGM at Wisma MCA here after a debate

Seoul Braces For Massive Anti-Park Protest

SEOUL, Nov 12 – Up to one million people were expected to take to the streets of Seoul on Saturday to demand the resignation of scandal-hit President Park Geun-Hye, in one of the largest anti-government protests in decades. On the back of official appeals for calm, police deployed around 25,000 officers for

WSJ: Trump Doesn’t Rule Out ‘Amended’ Obamacare

NEW YORK, Nov 12 – US President-elect Donald Trump said he will consider an “amended” version of President Barack Obama’s signature health care law – a shift in position after repeatedly vowing on the campaign trail that he would repeal the measure. Trump explained in an interview with The Wall Street Journal published Friday

KPDNKK: Cooking Oil Supply Returning To Normal

GEORGE TOWN, Nov 11 – The supply of cooking oil are returning to consumers in Penang after the temporary shortage following the recent restructuring of the cooking oil subsidy. State Domestic Trade Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) director Mohd Nawardi Saad said the consumers had therefore been advised not to buy cooking

EPF Savings May Not Suffice For Retirement

PUTRAJAYA, Nov 10 – Financial planning for retirement is crucial to ensure a comfortable lifestyle. Universiti Utara Malaysia Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation)Prof Dr Noor Azizi Ismail said a retiree, particularly if he is an urbanite needed at least RM1,500 monthly to sustain. He said private sector workers should not totally depend on

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