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MAA: Car sales on course

PETALING JAYA: Despite the gloomy economy, total vehicle sales are on course to hit their target this year.


Modi names Sitharaman as India's finance minister

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday named Nirmala Sitharaman, previously the country's defence minister, as the next finance minister, while the chief of his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will become home minister.


Cookie sellers enjoying brisk business

JOHOR BARU: With Hari Raya approaching, traders selling festive cookies are enjoying brisk sales.


Indians vote in penultimate phase of seven-round general election

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Voters in north India lined up early on Sunday to cast their ballots in the second-to-last round of a seven-phase general election, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi facing a diverse group of opposition parties seeking to deny him a second term.


Malaysia Now and Then: ‘How did things get this bad?’, rubber tapper asks

SWEATING under the scorching sun in Kuala Kangsar, chased by hordes of mosquitoes (one clap of the hands can kill up to five!), 57-year-old Ah Seng teaches Team Ceritalah how to tap rubber.


Survey: No top marks for Pakatan in its first year

KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Hara­pan, which swept to power on May 9 last year, was given a “Fail” grade for its overall performance as it approaches its first year in leading the government.


View from across the aisle

THE increasing cost of living, shrinking ringgit, falling palm oil prices and unfulfilled elections promises seem to be the talked about issues among Malaysians.


'Customs officer' and 'policemen' scam businessman of RM13k

SIBU: A businessman was duped of RM13,698 by a "customs officer" and a "police officer" in a scam on Workers' Day.


Rantau folk deliver a clear message

THE siren from outriders weaving past Jalan Besar in Pekan Rantau broke the silence at a hawker centre Saturday evening.


Friendship and goodwill matter a lot in Rantau

RANTAU resident Loi Chu, 77, spends most of his waking hours in the coffee shops.