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IT WAS a year of too much rain and dry taps for Subang Jaya residents, who experienced flash floods and suffered along with other fellow Selangor folk during the water cut.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Good Samaritan who gave up the RM44,500 that he deposited for an auctioned house after he found out about the occupants’ sorry state, is the mystery man of the moment, with many asking who is this magnanimous Malaysian named Lee Hui Sen?
WASHINGTON: Billionaire investor Carl Icahn targeted environmental and banking regulations on Thursday as big drags on U.S. corporate investment and said revamping them would be a top priority in his role as adviser to President-elect Donald Trump.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia said on Thursday it had successfully cut into its huge state budget deficit this year and will increase government spending in 2017 to boost flagging economic growth.
(Reuters) - The executive of a Pakistani company was charged in a U.S. federal court on Wednesday for his part in an alleged $140 million (£113.2 million) "fake-diploma mill" scheme, the latest step in a global crackdown touched off by arrests in Pakistan last year.
A Google Inc product manager has sued the company, accusing it of unlawfully prohibiting employees from sharing concerns with coworkers, shareholders or the press, and maintaining a "spying programme" to prevent leaks.
Leading ride-hailing firms have praised an Indian policy blueprint on regulating the taxi industry, saying it would offer their app-based services a chance to flourish despite their concerns about price caps.