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Journalists: Sri Ram was a firm but kind ‘legal teacher’ who truly understood our job

KUALA LUMPUR: The passing of Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram is felt not only by the judiciary and legal fraternity but also the journalists who covered his cases. Many of them say they will miss the prominent law practitioner’s presence

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Using art to feature centuries of Hajj pilgrimage

KUALA LUMPUR: My work is about raising awareness among the younger generation on how the Holy City of Makkah have transformed over centuries, said artist Reem Nazir. Speaking to The Leaders Online, the famed painter said that her creative work

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Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing: Shaping Malaysia’s corporate identity

When Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir mooted the Malaysia Incorporated policy – which was anchored upon the concept of a partnership of public and private sectors to promote economic growth – privatisation of a number of government-owned entities was the

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Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing: The essential Malaysian

He is somewhat of an enigma, hard to pigeon-hole. And it depends on when, what, where, why and how you had dealings with him. You are probably one of those blind men who tried to describe the elephant purely from

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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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Pioneers in education funds make us worthy of GLA

National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) deputy chief executive officer for policy and operation Mastura  Mohd Khalid reasoned that her organization deserves the Global Leadership Awards in Education Support because PTPTN are pioneers in providing education loans. The Global Leadership

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Criminal activities imediments to NIMASA

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency main challenges are criminal activities conducted at sea, said Dr Dakuku Peterside Adolphus, the director general cum chief executive officer of NIMASA. “Challenges ranges from thefts, kidnapping and vices in the marine industry.

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Technology advancement a major challenge for e-commerce

KUALA LUMPUR: The Global Leadership Awards (GLA) winner for leadership excellence in e-commerce and marketing, founding chairman Dr Shanith Mangalat recounts that the biggest challenge for his company is the fast advancement of technology.The GLA is presented to global

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People go to Youtube to self-educate, entertainment

KUALA LUMPUR: The latest trends in attracting viewership and hits on a website is by using Youtube as the public generally use the channel for two reasons – education and entertainment. “Many people watch Youtube in search of education. It

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