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LMA calls on newspaper to disclose evidence of bungs

LONDON (Reuters) - The League Manager's Association (LMA) says it is "deeply concerned" with allegations of corruption involving some of its members and has urged the Daily Telegraph to forward evidence to England's football authorities.


Air Selangor suspects foul play in water disruption

PETALING JAYA: Foul play is suspected in the recent water disruption in Klang and Shah Alam, says Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd.


More than 100 injured in New Jersey train crash

red;">BREAKING NEWS: A commuter train crashed into a station in New Jersey during the morning rush hour on Thursday, officials said, with dozens of people reportedly injured, AFP reported.

Corporate News

Lion Corp faces possible de-listing

KUALA LUMPUR: Lion Corp Bhd faces a possible de-listing as Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd has rejected its request for a time extension to Nov 30 to submit a regularisation plan.


Statewide blackout in Australia raises questions over renewable energy

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Power was restored to the state of South Australia on Wednesday after storms a day earlier caused an unprecedented statewide blackout which disrupted operations at mining majors like BHP Billiton, closed ports and halted public transport.

AseanPlus News

Cop given community service for threatening wife with chopper and punching her head

SINGAPORE: A policeman who suspected that his wife was having an affair threatened to injure her with a chopper, and then used it to cut her hair, a court heard on Thursday.


Barnsley assistant suspended amid newspaper 'bung' allegations

(Reuters) - English Championship club Barnsley suspended their assistant manager Tommy Wright on Wednesday, saying they will examine allegations made against him in the newspaper investigation that has already seen the England manager Sam Allardyce lose his job.


Turkey security council to recommend extending state of emergency

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's National Security Council will propose extending the state of emergency introduced after the failed coup in July, it said on Wednesday, a move expected since President Tayyip Erdogan floated the idea.

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UiTM graduate chooses to becomes high-rise window cleaner

News from the Malay and Chinese newspapers.


Polish PM replaces finance minister as pushes stimulus plan

WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo sacked her finance minister on Wednesday and gave the job to the influential economy minister, saying a reshuffle was needed to make a wide-reaching economic stimulus plan more effective.