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Malaysia will be assured of a place in the final of the girls' Under-19 Milo All-Star Junior Squash Championship as Malaysia's top junior players Sally Looi and Delia Arnold set up a semi-final meeting with each other at the Astaka Squash Centre.
PSC Naval Dockyard Sdn Bhd (PSCND) hopes to increase its local shipbuilding content to 70% from the current 30%, said yard director Ishkandar Shah Amin Shah.
Delia Arnold avenged her loss in the Sukma final when she upset Sally Looi 9-3, 9-5, 9-3 to qualify for the final of the girls' Under-19 Milo All-Stars Junior Squash Championship at the Astaka Squash Centre on Friday.
Malaysia's Delia Arnold failed in her attempt to win her first junior title when she went down to Joshna Chinappa of India in the final of the girls' Under-19 Milo All-Stars Junior Squash Championships at the Astaka Squash Centre.
IN THE ancient world, such a thing as a variable star was deemed impossible, by most people since they considered that the universe must have been created perfect and unchangeable.
Solutions provider for the telecommunications industry DVM Technology Bhd is expected to be awarded a sizeable contract by Atlas One Sdn Bhd, a broadband services provider.
Maxis Communications Bhd builds one to three cellular sites a day and in a year, it can build about 400 to 600 sites. This is in line with its quest to increase cellular coverage in the country, said chief executive officer Datuk Jamaludin Ibrahim.
Finally, the government has realised that giving to one company the rights to build the cellular sites was not such a good idea.
INDUSTRY players are of the view that the government's push for nationwide cellular coverage is unnecessary because it would involve huge investments, is uneconomical as 50% of the areas to be covered are remote, and there is already a viable wireless technology that could provide such extensive coverage.
WITH 4,000 cellular sites in the country, Celcom (M) Bhd only needs to install 80 new sites for the Kuala Lumpur, Cyberjaya and Putrajaya areas, said group chief executive officer Datuk Ramli Abbas.