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Union condemns US government for human rights violations

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in a report to the United Nations Human Rights Committee condemned the US government for failing to comply with its treaty obligations to protect and preserve a range of human rights protections at home and abroad.

Lifestyle

Springsteen sings Seeger: He makes folk songs rock

The idea of Bruce Springsteen putting out an album of other artists' songs has long tantalized fans.

AseanPlus News

Shanghai group ‘not like Nato’

THE Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) is not an oriental version of the Nato as some claim, and it has no plans to become a military bloc, the SCO chief said yesterday.

Business

QSR EGM today without crucial court decision

QSR Brands Bhd is expected to proceed with its scheduled EGM today, but it lacks a decision from the Federal Court that would help resolve a battle for board control.

Business

New QSR Brands chairman and deputy appointed

QSR Brands Bhd said it has appointed Chai Sing Hong and Ahmad Aznan Mohd Nawawi its new chairman and deputy chairman, respectively.

Business

Kulim seeks court order on QSR voting rights

Kulim (Malaysia) Bhd is seeking a court order to stop QSR from exercising its entire voting rights at the forthcoming annual stockholders' meeting of KFC Holdings (M) Bhd (KFCH), said QSR Brands Bhd.

Business

China markets stand apart

Capital Talk: A column by Tan Teng Boo, CEO, Capital Dynamics Sdn Bhd. He writes on the unique features of China's equity markets.

Nation

Toe the line or face the Whip

Government MPs were given a stern reminder on their voting rights.

Letters

Top economic agencies meet

A one-day meeting at the United Nations brought together representatives of the world's top economic and social agencies for a dialogue with diplomats. It was an attempt by the United Nations to re-build its role as an eminent development forum and policy maker.

Other Sport

Independent members to head FAM judicial system

B>PETALING JAYA: /B>The FA of Malaysia (FAM) are looking at a change soon in their judiciary system to appoint independent members to head the disciplinary and appeals committees.