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‘No motorbike taxis in developed cities’

THE Government wants to emulate the transportation system of developed cities like Singapore, Tokyo and New York where motorcycle taxis are not allowed.

Call for probe into baby-for-sale ring

A LAWMAKER wants a thorough investigation conducted over a baby-for-sale syndicate that has been in operation since 2012.

Ministries agree to volunteer forest rangers

SEVERAL ministries have agreed to receive help from volunteer forest rangers to help curb criminal activities such as smuggling.

Trade with OIC nations up

MALAYSIA’S trade volume with Organisation of Islamic Coopera­tion (OIC) countries grew by 0.2% to RM145.18bil last year compared with RM144.87bil the previous year, said Deputy Internatio­nal Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan.

Labour law review to protect pregnant women

LABOUR laws are being reviewed to prevent pregnant women from being discriminated against by employers.

Gallows await 1,122

THERE are about 1,122 prisoners on death row nationwide as of Feb 21, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

PM: Replace hate with moderation

THE ease with which anger and hatred are stoked among the people poses the biggest challenge to the Government in promoting moderation, the Prime Minister told the House.

Pricey glass of water at Jalan Alor irks backbencher

THE pricey glass of water at eateries in Kuala Lumpur’s well-known Jalan Alor irked a backbencher who spoke of his personal experience there.

Cabinet did not discuss RUU 355 Bill, says Liow

PUTRAJAYA: The Cabinet did not discuss the Federal Government-led Syariah Courts (Criminal Juris­dic­tion) Act amendments at its meeting, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

More than 1,000 CCTVs along MRT lines

A TOTAL of 1,082 CCTVs will be set up along the MRT lines to improve security and prevent terrorist attacks, the Dewan Rakyat was told.