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THE doubling of the palm oil tariff by India is expected to top the agenda when Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak meets Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.
INDIA is going great lengths to mark its silver jubilee with Asean.
ABOUT 100 people from various ethnic groups attended the 1Malaysia Ponggal Festival along Jelapang Tambahan in Ipoh.
KUALA LUMPUR: Representatives of a pilot project that promotes socially and environmentally responsible rice growing said they aim to expand into India and China, the world’s largest rice producers.
THE top six SS Purple League (SSPL) clubs have taken full advantage of the transfer window to strengthen their squads in preparation for the SSPL Stage 2 which will be held from today through Sunday at the Sports Arena Sentosa in Old Klang Road.
GEORGE TOWN: The urumi melam, a traditional Indian musical instrument, will continue to mesmerise the people during the upcoming Thaipusam, a festival observed by Hindus as a day of penance dedicated to Lord Murugan.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia, which is the largest photovoltaic (PV) exporter to the United States with a market share of 30% of US PV imports, will be impacted by America’s move to slap tariffs on imports of PV cells and modules for four years.
LONDON (Reuters) - Force India and Sauber have withdrawn a complaint to the European Commission about alleged anti-competitive practices in Formula One, the teams said in a joint statement on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Nightwatchman Kagiso Rabada frustrated India’s pace attack on a seaming wicket to help South Africa to 81 for three at lunch on day two of the third and final test at The Wanderers in Johannesburg on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Uncapped seamer Lungi Ngidi has been named in South Africa's one-day International squad to face India in the first three fixtures of a six-match series next month.