Daily dose of racism on social media a toxic norm

PUCHONG: Malaysians have taken a racist view in light of the case of a Thai national who was deported back to Thailand since there appears to be a double standard in the treatment of the Thai as opposed to Zakir

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Anwar: M’sia must not bow to international pressure on LGBT issues

BANGI: PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim stressed that Malaysia must not bow down to international pressure over lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues. He said although the country had to take into consideration the concerns of the international

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Expert demonstrates how Adib could have been hit by EMRS van

PUCHONG: Stakeholders of the inquest into the death of Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim today witnessed a demonstration on what could have happened to the fireman, with an Emergency Medical Rescue Services (EMRS) van specially brought to the Shah Alam Court.

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TFC coach speechless over loss to PJ City

KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu FC coach, Irfan Bakti Abu Salim finds it hard to stomach TFC’s 3-5 loss to PJ City FC in the second round of Super League on home ground last night. This was because his squad was leading

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MCA: Keep talents locally by offering better pay

PUCHONG: The government’s plan to send local blue-collared workers to work in Japan shows Pakatan Harapan’s failure to create jobs and provide better wages in the country. “Wouldn’t it be better if Malaysians were given job opportunities locally and paid

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‘MACC is blocking our access to Ambank’

KUALA LUMPUR: The defence counsels of former premier Najib Razak led by Muhammad Shaffee Abdullah and Harvinderjit Singh complained to the judge that the MACC blocked Najib and his lawyers’ access to obtain documents related to Najib’s now closed Ambank

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IGP tells Warisan: Police are there to maintain order

PUCHONG: Police personnel, be it plain-clothed or in uniform, are tasked to ensure the orderly conduct of an event, said Inspector General of Police (IGP) Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador. He was speaking to reporters today after attending the handing

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Hindu terrorist remark: Kamal Haasan in trouble

Tamil Nadu: In a shocking development, Tamil superstar Kamal Haasan who is known for his outspoken nature and he always speaks his heart out without any fear rocked Tamil Nadu state recently with his remarks. The actor’s statements have brought him once

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RM42 million transferred to Najib’s account

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Ihsan Perdana senior accounts executive Aishah Ghazali testified to the court that between Dec 24, 2014 and Feb 6, 2015, there were three transactions through which Ihsan Perdana received a total of RM50 million in its Affin

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Elderly couple struggles with poor health and hardship

BATU PAHAT: Senior citizen, Moin Jono, 73, and his wife, Fatimah Bujal, 56, have been undergoing difficult times in past three years and recently their health took a turn for the worst. According to Fatimah, Moin who used to work

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