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KUALA LUMPUR: The issue of cash flow problems among tech start-ups will be raised with the government, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
A vulnerable group in the Covid-19 pandemic, senior citizens have had to forgo their usual leisure and recreational activities, amidst health worries.
AGRO-CULINARY tourism can be an attraction in promoting Malaysia as an international food destination, said Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry secretary-general Datuk Zainal Azman Abu Seman.
“Find a way, not an excuse.” This is a saying that best describes one of the key principles held by Richworks International Sdn Bhd (RichWorks) founder Dr Azizan Osman.
Let's Hear It: From SUBASHAN VADIBELER, Fourth year medical student, Universiti Malaya, Director, MEDxUM 2020.
SEOUL: South Korea’s Prime Minister said on Saturday (March 14) the country’s war against the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak is broadening despite a notable decline in new cases. He is urging vigilance after the emergence of infection clusters in areas including Seoul and warning of the possibility that the virus re-enters the country from abroad.
AS governments around the world grapple with tracking those infected with the coronavirus (Covid-19) and containment, it is clear that a global market meltdown is inevitable.
PETALING JAYA: Twenty-two leaders will be convening next week as part of an effort to champion “moral leadership” and tackle social injustice in Malaysia.
KUCHING: Sarawak will pursue an amendment to Article 160(2) of the Federal Constitution to define “federation” in reference to MA63, instead of the Federation of Malaya Agreement 1957.
KUCHING: Discussions on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) by the special Cabinet committee under the previous administration will continue with the new Federal Government, according to Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.