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(Reuters) - European Tour players will incur a one-shot penalty from November if they are deemed to have breached slow play regulations twice in a single round.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are wasting too much time fighting over petty issues like Zakir Naik, when they should be resolving problems faced by the less fortunate here, says Datuk A. Kadir Jasin.
CHINESE guilds, societies and education groups should focus on strengthening Chinese education in the country, said Chong Hwa Independent High School board of directors chairman Tan Sri Lim Keng Cheng.
THERE is a well-known fable about a father who called his four sons together and gave each one a stick; he then asked them to break their sticks and, of course, all four easily broke their sticks. But when he asked them to break 100 sticks held together, they failed.
A FRIEND recently lamented that he had to pay for Real Property Gain Tax (RPGT) after selling a condominium he bought 10 years ago. The capital gain was meant to fund his son’s tertiary education.A FRIEND recently lamented that he had to pay for Real Property Gain Tax (RPGT) after selling a condominium he bought 10 years ago. The capital gain was meant to fund his son’s tertiary education.
ANALYSTS are generally positive on the full-year financial performance of Sunway REIT (SunREIT) after it posted fourth quarter results for its financial year ending 2019 with buy and hold calls from several of them.
KUALA LUMPUR: AmInvestment Research is maintaining its Buy call on BIMB Holdings (BIMB) but lowered its fair value to RM4.80 from RM5.20 share.
PETALING JAYA: Parents are questioning why introducing khat calligraphy is an option offered exclusively to vernacular schools.
SERDANG: A day after groups in Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) came out in support of Dr Maszlee Malik’s decision to shorten Datuk Seri Diraja Syed Razlan Syed Putra Jamalullail’s tenure as the university’s board chairman, an alumni association claims that the Education Minister may have been “given the wrong advice”.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Christine Bascombe, a New York City high school student who dreams of attending Cornell University, says she was devastated last spring to hear that dozens of rich parents had committed fraud to get their children into elite colleges.