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Calling for minister’s support

From VIJAYAKUMARI PILLAI of Kajang.

Spend more time outdoors

From DATUK TAN BOON HOCK of Kuala Lumpur.

SBL seen adding liquidity to Bursa Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Launched in 2007 and refined in 2009, the securities borrowing and lending (SBL) facility which was provided to institutional investors, is now available to retail investors.

Rumawip to be rebranded as Residensi Wilayah

THE Rumawip (Federal Territories Affordable Housing Project) project will be rebranded as the Residensi Wilayah affordable housing project, said Federal Territories (FT) Minister Khalid Abdul Samad.

Networking over tea and coffee

THE official opening of Café Malaysia 2019 marked the three-day celebration of Malaysia’s robust coffee culture and industry, including its recent successes in the international coffee scene.

Rugby tourney for boys and girls

MORE than 900 participants from 10 states within the peninsula participated in the inaugural Rangers 7s Rugby Tournament aimed at rugby development for boys and girls at SP Setia Badminton Academy football field in Shah Alam last weekend.

Award-winning ballet treat for CNY

FIVE organisations have raised over RM300,000 in sponsorship to host a charity show this Chinese New Year at Dewan Sri Pinang, Penang.

Kingdom backs Uber merger talks with Dubai rival

DUBAI: Kingdom Holding Co, one of Careem Networks FZ’s biggest backers, supports a potential merger between the Middle East ride-hailing firm and Uber Technologies Inc, according to the head of Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal’s investment firm.

China stepping up fiscal spending this year to support economy

BEIJING: China will step up fiscal spending this year to support its economy, focusing on further cuts in taxes and fees for small firms, finance ministry officials said.

Viral video of Japanese teacher punching student sparks fierce debate

The clip, filmed by students who were watching the confrontation, has polarised the country Some have called out violence in schools, while others point out the pressure faced by school staff