Sri Lanka bomb blasts: Spice trader dies after family members killed

By: K Pragalath COLOMBO: A famous spice trader Ibrahim Dawood Hathiyar of Colombo died tragically after it was discovered that he had rented out his home to terrorists who launched an attack on the Shangrila Hotel. “Ibrahim Dawood Hathiyar, a

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Sri Lanka bomb blasts: Coordinated attacks with the aid of international militants

COLOMBO: Sri Lankan officials said that the coordinated bombings of churches and hotels across the country on Easter Sunday had been carried out by National Thowheeth Jamaat, a little-known radical Islamist group, with help from international militants. Rajitha Senaratne, the

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PH report card for May 3 presidential council meeting

PUTRAJAYA: The performance of Pakatan Harapan (PH) after one year in power will be discussed at the coalition’s presidential council meeting on May 3, according to PKR secretary-general Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail today. The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs

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Breaking: Bomb blasts continue to haunt Sri Lanka

Colombo: According to The Leaders Online Foreign Correspondent Ashraff A Samad, an improvised explosive device was detected inside a van near the St. Anthony’s Church, Jampettah Road, Kochchikade, and was disposed of in controlled explosion at the site by the

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Sri Lanka bomb blasts: Billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen lost three children

PUCHONG: Online fashion business tycoon Anders Holch Povlsen who is also among UK and Scotland’s biggest landowners has confirmed that he lost three out of four children in the bomb blasts that rocked Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Local UK

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Patriot: Academics who advised rulers on Rome Statute should explain themselves

PUCHONG: The National Patriots Association (Patriot) requests the four academics who advised the rulers to reject the Rome Statute on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to provide proper justification. Patriot committee member Lt-Kol (Rtd) Ahmad Ghazali Abu Hassan also raised

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Azis Jaman condemns brutality of Sri Lanka bombings

By: Hema Subramaniam KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman has condemned the brutality of yesterday’s Sri Lanka bombings today. “Regardless of the motive, the attacks in Sri Lanka are the same as the traitorous attack in Christchurch:

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MSMW 2019: Digital approaches to boost businesses

PUCHONG: Businesses and industries today need to use the social media today to reach out to the masses instead of using the traditional media. Social media here refers to the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and even LinkedIn to

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Najib trial: Johor Baru Umno received RM300,000 from Najib

KUALA LUMPUR: Johor Bahru Umno division secretary Abu Talib Alias told the High Court here today that his division received a cheque of RM300,000 from the party president in 2015. The 10th prosecution witness said he received the cheque from

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Najib Trial: Contractor witness talks about projects worth RM77,300

KUALA LUMPUR: The eighth prosecution witness, Daud Mohd, a contractor operating Syadilla Enterprise testified that he conducted three construction and repair projects amounting to RM77,300 at one of Najib’s houses in 2014. It included contract to build two water towers,

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