Cops Record Statements Of 30 In UPSR Leak Probe

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 – Police have recorded statements from 30 individuals to facilitate investigation on the leak in the examination papers of this year’s Primary School Achievement Test (UPSR). Kuala Lumpur Criminal Investigation Department head SAC Gan Kong Meng said the 30 individuals comprised eight officers from Malaysian Examination Board,

Why Hadi’s Speech Is Bad News For Pakatan

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 – What surprised many observers and reporters familiar with Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang was how angry the PAS president was in his speech. That anger, just like the content of his speech, does not bode well for PAS and the Pakatan Rakyat coalition in Selangor. Three days

Pengkalan Kubor By-Election: BN Wins With Bigger Majority

TUMPAT, Sept 25 – Barisan Nasional maintained  its hold at the Pengkalan Kubor state constituency seat after winning the by-election with a 2,635 majority. BN candidate, Mat Mat Ail Razi defeated PAS’ candidate Rosdi Wan Wan Ibrahim and independent candidate, Ismail Bukhary Izat Bukhary. BN obtained 9,960 votes, followed by PAS with 7,335

Reports Lodged Over UPSR Leaks In Tamil, Maths Papers

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 – Reports have been lodged over purported leaks in the Tamil and Maths papers for the UPSR examinations, days after the authorities confirmed that the Science and English tests papers have been compromised. Some 500,000 students sat for the national primary six examinations. The English and Science

Umno Youth Says It Will Woo 1,000 Voters Home

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 – Umno Youth remains optimistic that it would be able to persuade 1,000 young voters to return and vote in the Pengkalan Kubor by-election in Tumpat on Thursday. Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin said today they have identified about 1,000 of the about 5,000 young voters who

New Zealanders Vote In ‘Dirty Tricks’ Election

WELLINGTON, Sept 20 – Counting was underway Saturday in a cliffhanger New Zealand election with conservative Prime Minister John Key tipped for a narrow victory in a campaign dominated by allegations of dirty tricks and spying. Polling booths closed at 7pm (0700 GMT, 3pm MYT), 10 hours after 3.06 million registered voters began

Malaysian Women Making Gains At Workplace

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 20 – Malaysian women have it better than their Singaporean sisters when it comes to representation at the workplace, according to the Gender Diversity Benchmark for Asia 2014 (GDBA 2014). Malaysia ranked fourth among six Asian markets, GDBA 2014 said. The lead sponsor of the report is Bank

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