Not Enough Women Doctors For Govt Suggestion

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 13 – The suggestion by the government to have only women doctors deliver babies at public hospitals is ideal, but impossible to be implemented, even in the long-run, said Dr Murizah Mohd Zain, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital. She said this was because the

Nasi Lemak Seller Gets Jail For Stealing Handbag

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 13 – A nasi lemak seller will be spending one month behind bars from today for stealing a Myanmar woman’s handbag at a Baptist church here. Magistrate Nur A’minahtul Mardiah Md Nor meted out the sentence to Cheong Chee Kheong, 45, after he admitted stealing a handbag belonging to

Maryland Unveils A New Secure Driver’s License Leveraging Gemalto’s Polycarbonate Technology

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AMSTERDAM, Jul 13 – Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, announces that the Maryland Department of Transportation’s Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) has begun rolling out its new secure and redesigned driver’s license and identification (ID) card across the state. The polycarbonate-based driver’s license gives Maryland residents

Will Penang State Assembly To Be Dissolved?

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GEORGE TOWN, Jul 13 – Penang State Assembly the possibility to be dissolved early due to the the issue of Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, who was charged with two corruption in Penang High Court last month. However, DAP Organising Secretary Anthony Loke said DAP centre had yet to discuss the matter.

Boboiboy Galaxy Series To Be Screened At Year End

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PUTRAJAYA, Jul 13 – Fans of animation character BoBoiBoy will get to see their hero in a new series, BoBoiBoy Galaxy at the end of this year. Animonsta managing director Nizam Razak said Animonsta Studios Sdn Bhd, as producers of the BoBoiBoy series, had allocated RM5 million to make the new 26-episode animation show. “This is a rebranding

Cameron Chairs Last Cabinet As British PM

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LONDON, Jul 13 – David Cameron chaired his final cabinet meeting on Tuesday after six years as Britain’s prime minister, as incoming premier Theresa May prepared to form a new government to deliver Brexit. May led tributes to Cameron at the meeting, which was described by ministers as “emotional”, and posed for

A Drone Concern

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PETALING JAYA, Jul 12 – First-person view (FPV’s) or Remote controlled (RC) aircrafts have been a point of contention around the world with many countries imposing strict regulations on them while some have imposed an out-right ban. Countries like France, Germany, South Africa and Romania among others have banned it with South

MCA: Set Up Asean Task Force To Combat Kidnapping

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 12 – MCA has proposed that Asean member states set up a special task force to combat kidnapping activities in Sabah waters by Abu Sayyaf militants. The party’s Central Committee member Datuk Paul Kong Sing Chu suggested that the special task force comprise representatives of the relevant countries especially

Special Branch Monitors Daesh Militant Publication

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BAGAN DATOH, Jul 12 – The Bukit Aman Special Branch is monitoring closely the Malay-language Daesh militant publication, believed to be operated by the group’s Malaysian and Indonesian followers, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. Ahmad Zahid, who is also Home Minister, said his ministry had not

Police: ‘Ops Selamat’ Helps To Reduce Accidents, Fatalities

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ARAU, Jul 12 – The Royal Malaysian Police managed to bring down the number of accidents and fatalities through ‘Ops Selamat’, which was launched a week before Aidilfitri. Bukit Aman Investigation and Traffic Department, statistics deputy chief DSP Yazid Kasim said the most common offence committed by motorists, according to police records,

Bar Council: CM’s Arrest Unnecessary

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PETALING JAYA, Jul 12 – The Malaysian Bar said it is premature to call for the resignation of Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng in the light of corruption charges against him. Malaysian Bar president Steven Thiru said there is no strict legal requirement for him to do so. “However, there appears to

Cameron Steps Down, Leaving Legacy Of Failure

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LONDON, Jul 12 – David Cameron’s political epitaph was carved in stone when he resigned the morning after Britons voted to quit the European Union. Cameron had staged the referendum to try to unite his Conservative party, where right-wing eurosceptics were agitating to leave the 28-nation bloc. His expectation was that he

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