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Tight, busy schedule awaits Dr M

A gruelling schedule awaits Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in the Big Apple, with his date at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) as the main draw.

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MACC hands over probe on Rosmah to AG, up to him to charge

ARAU: Investigations into former First Lady Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor have been handed over to the Attorney-General, Malaysia Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull said.

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Act against wrongdoings, says Ruler

SEREMBAN: Tuanku Muhriz Tuanku Muna­wir expressed disappointment that no action has been taken against the wrongdoings that had been happening in the country for a long time, but was also grateful that the rakyat voted to voice their displeasure.

Royal tradition: Tuanku Muhriz inspecting the guard of honour during the opening of the state assembly meeting in Seremban. — Bernama
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Drugs found in car involved in fatal accident

BATU PAHAT: A fatal accident scene is now a possible crime scene after drugs were found in a car involved in a collision that killed its driver.

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Actress Fan Bingbing being probed by tax authority

THE tax authority in China has finally responded to the case of Chinese star Fan Bingbing (pic), who has dropped out of public view for more than three months, China Press reported.

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Team Azmin fares well in Penang leg of party polls

SHAH ALAM: Candidates aligned to PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali fared well in the Penang leg of the party elections while in the hotly contested race to be party No. 2, the incumbent did better than his rival Rafizi Ramli.

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Millennials at Zubedy want to repay PTPTN loans

KUALA LUMPUR: Millennials working at Zubedy (M) Sdn Bhd aim to pay back their National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans as a way to show their responsibility.

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Beware of fake booze, customers warned

PETALING JAYA: Customers beware! Manufacturers of illegal alcohol are using every trick in the book to peddle counterfeit booze, say traders.

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Zakir Naik's combative style of spreading Islam not suitable for Malaysia, says Mujahid Rawa

KUALA LUMPUR: The combative style of propagating Islam, which puts down other beliefs, as practised by Dr Zakir Naik, is not suitable for Malaysia said Datuk Dr Mujahid Yusof Rawa.