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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Six suspected leaders of the international hacking organization known as Anonymous were charged by U.S. authorities of computer crimes, dealing a major blow to the loose-knit group that has wreaked havoc on the websites of government agencies and major corporations.
This past general election must have surprised you with such an unexpected twist that you are unprepared for the rapid changes in government policies. If you want to forecast the next steps to be taken by the Pakatan Harapan government, I suggest you read up their election manifesto.
THIS is the last time I will be away on a six-week stretch. It all started when I had to attend my Harvard Business School (HBS) AMP 182 annual class reunion in Lisbon, Portugal on June 20. As I had to attend two graduation convocations in London on July 11 and July 26, I decided to stay back in Europe and travel.
KUALA LUMPUR: The lower dividend from the Armed Forces Fund Board (LTAT) for three consecutive years since 2015 was due to the decline in dividend income received from LTAT's investment in companies and the sale of equities following the volatile domestic equity market, said Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu.
PETALING JAYA: The government has exposed yet another financial discrepancy by a government-linked investment company that took place under the previous Barisan Nasional administration, a few months after serious financial mismanagement practices were unearthed in the Muslim pilgrimage fund Lembaga Tabung Haji.
TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad may find himself facing a firing squad of sorts when he chairs the Pakatan Harapan presidential council meeting today.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is in talks with at last six countries on the possibility of using palm oil to pay for arms, as Southeast Asia's third-biggest economy seeks to replace old equipment to boost its defence capabilitiesKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is in talks with at last six countries on the possibility of using palm oil to pay for arms, as Southeast Asia's third-biggest economy seeks to replace old equipment to boost its defence capabilities