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Holiday packages with a lot to offer

MELAKA: A holiday package concept is in the pipeline to increase tourist arrivals to Melaka, said state Tourism, Heritage and Culture Committee chairman Muhammad Jailani Khamis.

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China holds ‘name and shame’ meet

BEIJING: China’s environment ministry has criticised senior officials from three cities for failing to fix serious pollution problems, in Beijing’s latest attempt to name and shame regional governments for persistent environmental violations.


No group stage surprises this time, says Korea's Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea had a "rude awakening" at the last World Cup when they were surprised by the strength of their group opponents, but there will be no complacency this time around with Germany, Mexico and Sweden waiting for them, says striker Kim Shin-wook.


Syariah lies outside AG's powers, and M'sia has had non-Malay AGs before

PETALING JAYA: The idea that the next Attorney-General (AG) should be Malay-Muslim so that he can advise the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on Syariah matters, among other concerns, goes against what is drafted in the Federal Constitution.


Facebook to pull plug on ‘Trending’ topics feature

Facebook Inc said it will remove the 'Trending' topics feature that compiles popular news from its social network, as it seeks to ensure users see news from trustworthy and quality sources.


Software and stealth – how carmakers hike spare parts prices

Carmakers including Renault, Jaguar Land Rover and Peugeot have boosted revenues by over US$1bil in the past decade by using sophisticated pricing software, according to sales presentations prepared by the software vendor, Accenture, and other documents filed in a court case.


This Malaysian artist is working his dream job at Pixar

Malaysian-born Lyon Liew lends his expertise to Pixar, working on Coco and the upcoming The Incredibles 2.


Why you should keep your car keys in a metal coffee can

Top cybersecurity experts would never hang car keys on a hook near the back door or leave them sitting on a kitchen counter. The best strategy to prevent theft? Store the key fob in an old-fashioned metal coffee can.

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Singapore to help everyone cross the digital divide

SINGAPORE: Imagine applying for financial help from the government via an app that can “speak” to an applicant in Chinese, Malay, Tamil or English.

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Tougher rules to curb academic fraud

BEIJING: China will establish a lifelong accountability system to investigate and punish scholars who have committed serious academic fraud, according to new instructions.