Not wrong for pregnant woman consuming food in Ramadan

PUCHONG: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman emphasized that viewing a pregnant Muslim woman eat during fasting month of Ramadan does not have an impact on him as a practicing Muslim. “As a Muslim man I am

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Musang King durian available online & offline in China

KUALA LUMPUR: Alibaba group today announced that the Malaysian Musang King durian will be officially imported into China in frozen whole fruit form for the first time for Chinese customers to purchase through its online and offline channels. Agriculture and

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Nicol David launches ‘It’s mine’ campaign

KUALA LUMPUR: Only a week into her retirement and Malaysian squash queen, Datuk Nicol David, has taken the next step in motivating young talents. The 35-year-old, who played her last match at the 2019 British Open in May, has just

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Express bus catches fire, almost no Aidilfitri for six

BANDAR PERMAISURI: It could have been no Aidifiltri for two drivers and four passengers of a double-decker Express Sani bus. The bus, on its way from Kuala Besut to Kajang, Selangor, suddenly caught fire when it was at a traffic

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5G health risks; War between technology and human beings

Hundreds of respected scientists are loudly sounding the warning alarm about the potential health effects to the general population as the untested 5G networks go up nationwide. Cell phones out number the entire population of the world today, the telecommunication

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Blame President Sirisena for security failure, IGP accuses

Sri Lanka’s suspended police chief has petitioned the Supreme Court, accusing President Maithripala Sirisena of failing to prevent the Easter bombings that killed 258 people. In a 20-page complaint, Inspector-General Pujith Jayasundara disclosed serious communication gaps between intelligence agencies and

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Rubbish mountain to rise higher than Taj Mahal

NEW DELHI: India’s tallest rubbish mountain in New Delhi is on course to rise higher than the Taj Mahal in the next year, becoming a fetid symbol for what the UN considers the world’s most polluted capital. Hawks and other

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Beauty with brains and a golden heart for charity

PETALING JAYA: The inaugural Miss Asia Millenium Universe 2019 pageant winner, V Kokila Vaani, views pageants as a way of extending her charity work, proving that she is beauty with brains and a golden heart for charity. “If I say

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Latheefa Koya – the new MACC chief

PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has confirmed the appointment of human rights lawyer Latheefa Koya as the new Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s chief commissioner. According to the statement from PMO, the Agong has given the consent for Latheefa’s appointment. Latheefa who

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