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GEORGE TOWN: While oil palm smallholders say the government should just enforce strict regulations on the use of paraquat, the big players welcomed the impending full ban on the weedkiller.
From TAN SRI RAMON NAVARATNAM, Chairman, Asli Centre of Public Policy Studies.
If the past couple of weeks are anything to go by, then we have a real reason to worry about the state of our nation.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Vincent Kompany has said he will not be swayed from his plans to rebuild Anderlecht and will stick with a policy of fielding young players despite losing at home in his first match in charge of Belgium's most successful club.
JUBA (Reuters) - Sudanese and South Sudanese officials agreed late on Saturday with the leader of an alliance of armed factions operating along their joint border to extend a ceasefire and grant humanitarian access to some areas affected by conflict in Sudan.
To the uninitiated observer, the recent announcement of India’s civil aviation regulator that domestic airlines had registered growth of 2.62% in the first five months of 2019 in comparison to 2018 may suggest cloudless skies. The reality though is that India’s aviation sector is a bird flying with at least one damaged wing. The causes are many and include bad policy, slipshod regulation and slippery entrepreneurs. Sadly now, many of these ills are coming home to roost.
PETALING JAYA: China’s state-owned Xinhua News Agency tells politicians in Western countries not to meddle in the affairs of Hong Kong, which has been rocked by weeks of continuous mass demonstrations since June over the now-delayed plan to introduce an extradition order.
No more fundraising for Boustead?
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has reaffirmed its commitment to see a balanced form of development that prioritises environmental sustainability as much as economic dimensions.
PETALING JAYA: Marlon Alex James’ (right) goal-scoring feats took Kedah to the FA Cup finals in 2007 and 2008.