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The water issue between Malaysia and Singapore, a perennial subject of interest in I>Utusan Malaysia/Iand I>Berita Harian/I>, once again hogged the front pages of the two dailies.
Malaysia's decision to go on a media campaign on the water issue is to explain the truth about Singapore's stand and is not based on emotions.
The dotcom bust was a bitter pill to swallow but Roslan Bakri Zakaria was determined to bounce back with a vengeance. Now at the helm of an entrepreneur group, the New Entrepreneur Forum, and an ICT company, he is pushing on to raise the competence of entrepreneurs and ultimately make a difference in the industry.
Malaysia starts a media campaign today to counter claims by Singapore that it was stalling talks with the republic over the water issue.
There are 99 people still detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA) and not #8220;hundreds#8221; as suggested by an article in London-based I>The Economist./I>
AMERICAN Home Assurance Malaysia (AHA) expects to see a 15% growth in gross premium written this year after achieving RM348mil last year.
Compiled by K.S.Usha Devi; June 8 - June 14
Not just one but all public universities should get bigger research grants, Education Minister Tan Sri Musa Mohamad said in response to a National Economic Action Council (NEAC) proposal.
The National Economic Action Council (NEAC) has proposed the creation of a #8220;super#8221; university that will be assured of the biggest grants from the Government.
The National Economic Action Council (NEAC) will conduct a study to arrest the problem of 50,000 unemployed graduates nationwide.