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Chong Wei-Axelsen showdown at World Superseries Finals

PETALING JAYA: Lee Chong Wei will be out to regain his world No. 1 status when he faces Viktor Axelsen of Denmark in the men's singles final at the World Superseries Finals in Dubai.


Indonesian pair check into final in Dubai

PETALING JAYA: Indonesian shuttlers Marcus Fernaldi Gideon-Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo are on the verge of winning their first world-level title after they stormed into the men’s doubles final at the World Superseries Finals.


Time for some fun after SPM

FORMER national figure skater Lily Qistina Abdul Manan is planning to coach ice skaters during the year end school holidays.


Experience of a life time

A student shares his experiences on taking part in the World Scholars Cup 2017.


China, UK vow to bolster economic cooperation

BEIJING: China and Britain have vowed to continue and strengthen cooperation on a wide range of economic, financial and trade issues, including speeding the introduction of a London-Shanghai stock connect programme.


Council permit required for filming in public places on island

GEORGE TOWN: Film producers will have to apply for a permit from the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) when filming in public places here effective Jan 1.


Report made with MACC against TMI

PETALING JAYA: A report has been lodged with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission against online portal The Malaysian Insight (TMI), which in turn, is claiming that its statement to authorities has been leaked.


Global Forex Market

THE US dollar slipped by 0.32% to 93.489 to the euro despite the Fed’s expected rate hike to 1.25%-1.50% while increasing economic growth forecast for 2018.


Big disconnect between the ringgit and Bursa

THE ringgit is among the best-performing currencies among emerging markets so far this year. However, Bursa Malaysia is an underperformer, up by only 7% year-to-date.


RM113.5bil in investments approved over nine months

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s approved investments in the manufacturing, services and primary sectors fell to RM113.5bil in January to September of 2017 due to a higher base effect last year and subdued property market.