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Liow: Three-year search for MH370 cost RM456mil

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government spent about RM456mil in the search for MH370, which disappeared exactly three years ago today.

Space rockets to launch from planes on the cards

SHANGHAI: China will develop rockets that can be launched into space from aircraft, a senior official told the state-run China Daily newspaper, as Beijing aims to send hundreds of satellites into orbit for military, commercial and scientific aims.

Two die after lorry driver runs red light and hits car

KAJANG: Two men, one of whom was disabled, died when the car they were travelling in collided with a lorry, which had beaten a red light in Taman Pelangi, Semenyih here.

Many risks in renting out your car

From YS Chan of Kuala Lumpur

Punctuality is important

JOHOR BARU: “I’m on my way!” That phrase must sound very familiar as I am sure that many of us have given that same excuse a lot of times when we are late to an event or to somewhere we are supposed to be.

Thai transport authorities crack down on Uber, Grab drivers, seek ban

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand's transport authorities have begun a crackdown on drivers for ride-hailing services Uber and Grab and want the military government to ban them, a transport official said on Tuesday.

S. Korea begins deploying anti-missile system

SEOUL: In a surprise move, South Korea and the United States began deploying the highly controversial anti-missile system here, just hours after North Korea test-fired ballistic missiles that it said were aimed at US bases in Japan.

Thai transport authorities crack down on Uber, Grab drivers, seek ban

Thailand's transport authorities have begun a crackdown on drivers for ride-hailing services Uber and Grab and want the military government to ban them, a transport official said on March 7.

TomTom banks on partnerships to help drivers escape traffic jams

TomTom NV wants to build more partnerships with infrastructure companies and cities as it carves out its role in a future where autonomous vehicles reduce consumer demand for satellite navigation devices.

Two killed by lorry running a red light

KAJANG: Two men, one of them disabled, perished when the Perodua Viva they were travelling in collided with a lorry that was allegedly running a red light in Taman Pelangi, Semenyih here.