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More affordable: Motorists are expected to use RON97 more after the recent price reduction.
User-friendly: Hamali showing the home display unit of the smart meter system that was installed at his house last month.

Tenaga gets smart

More may move to RON97 now

Cyber blackmail cases on the rise

85 houses installed with TNB smart meters under pilot project

Nation

3,428 cops mobilised in Terengganu

Watery situation: Residents working together to move a floating car after it got stranded in the floods at Kuala Nerus.

KUALA NERUS: Police have mobilised 3,428 officers and personnel to assist and control the situation at flooded areas in Terengganu.

Neglected kids melt ibu’s heart

Job well done: Rohani (third from left) sharing a light moment with former principals (from left) Zaiton Ude, Naurah and Noree during the celebrations.

KUALA LUMPUR: Having hundreds of children calling her ibu or mother is something that always brings a smile to 63-year-old Naurah Ibrahim.

Regional

Mongolia elects new PM as economy stalls

Mongolia President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj (R) hands over the government stamp to newly elected Prime Minister Chimed Saikhanbileg in Ulanbator on November 21, 2014. - AFP

ULAN BATOR, Nov 21, 2014 (AFP) - Mongolia’s parliament Friday chose a new prime minister to head its fractured government, an official website said, as the sprawling, resource-rich nation struggles with stalling economic growth.

Man held for alleged murder of woman

Main suspect: The man being led away by police from the Ang Mo Kio flat where a dead body was found. — The Straits Times / Asia News Network

A Singaporean man has been arrested for the alleged murder of a woman who was found dead in an Ang Mo Kio flat.

World

Italy arrests doctors suspected of taking bribes to discourage breast feeding

ROME (Reuters) - Italian police put 12 paediatricians under house arrest on Friday for allegedly accepting extravagant gifts from makers of baby milk formula to promote it in place of breastfeeding.

U.S. House Republicans sue over Obama's healthcare law

Arminda Murillo, 54, reads a leaflet at a health insurance enrollment event in Cudahy, California March 27, 2014.  REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday sued over the implementation of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, according to court documents.

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