Dr Mahathir: Use Facebook as a positive platform

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad today stressed Facebook and other social media platform providers to continue cooperating with the government as well as law enforcement agencies to ensure social media remains a platform for positivity. Mahathir said while

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Thomas: Syazlin withdrew due to conflict of interest

PUTRAJAYA: Attorney General Tommy Thomas clarified that the withdrawal of lawyer Syazlin Mansor who represented the Housing and Local Government Ministry and the Fire Department from the ongoing Adib death inquest was due to several factors, with the primary factor

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Hamid: Police to review all reports involving ex telco chief

PUCHONG: The police are reviewing all reports received since 2015 involving a former CEO of a telecommunications company, including complaints of him allegedly molesting his children. Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador said 17 police reports were lodged

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Japan stabbing spree: Children hurt in the incident

Kawasaki: Two people, including a 12-year-old girl, were killed and 15 other children hurt in a stabbing spree in Japan on Tuesday — a rare act of public violence in a country considered one of the safest in the world.

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Najib trial: Increased CSR funds on polls year ‘coincidental’

KUALA LUMPUR: Ihsan Perdana Sdn Bhd (IPSB) managing director Datuk Dr Shamsul Anwar Sulaiman testified today that it was merely coincidental that IPSB received an additional RM302 million for corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects in 2013 that coincided with the

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WHO: ‘Burn-out’ is a medical condition

GENEVA: The World Health Organization has for the first time recognised ‘burn-out’ in its International Classification of Diseases (ICD), which is widely used as a benchmark for diagnosis and health insurers. The decision, reached during the World Health Assembly in

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Muslim man breaks fast to donate blood to Hindu patient

Humanity above all Ahmad wanted to donate his blood and wanted to know if he could do so while fasting. He was advised that it would be better if he broke his fast. As Muslims around the world observe the

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JPJ, ex-SPAD staff charged with 164 counts of bribery

SEBERANG PERAI: Eight Road Transport Department (JPJ) officials and an ex-official with the Land and Public Transport Commission (SPAD) were today charged with a whopping 164 counts of accepting bribes totalling RM136,010 at the Special Sessions Court for Corruption. They

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Adib’s inquest: Syazlin was removed by the AG

PUCHONG: Lawyer Syazlin Mansor, who was representing the government on the inquest investigating the death of firefighter Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, had her appointment revoked by Attorney General Tommy Thomas. In a statement, aide to Housing and Local Government Minister

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Perversion of human rights

One year after the new PH government has come into office, we find that human rights continue to be perverted because of apparent lack of political will to significantly reform the old institutionalised politics of racism and racial discrimination. The

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