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IPOH: For the first time in 36 years, the Ipoh Central Market will undergo renovation works, says Perak housing, local government, public transport and tourism committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohd Radzi.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia appears to have backtracked on its previous commitment to revise the national poverty line, says Philip Alston, the former United Nations special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights.
A politician reaches for the race card once again, misrepresenting facts and risking causing hatred towards an ethnic group that has contributed a lot to Malaysia.
THE US’ decline started with little things that people got used to. Americans drove past empty construction sites and didn’t even think about why the workers weren’t working, then wondered why roads and buildings took so long to finish.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Some voters who took part in a referendum that paves the way for President Vladimir Putin to extend his rule over Russia said they had been asked by their employers to do so, and to provide evidence to bosses to show they did.
GEORGE TOWN: Former Penang Port Commission (PPC) chairman Jeffrey Chew will be remanded until Saturday.
PETALING JAYA: Some parents are worried that the operating models recommended by the Education Ministry in reopening schools may invite more chaos than calm.
GEORGE TOWN: Former Penang Port Commission (PPC) chairman Jeffrey Chew, who was arrested on Tuesday (June 30) by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), has been remanded for four days until Saturday (July 4).
GEORGE TOWN: The controversial RM6.3bil Penang undersea tunnel project is again being probed by the anti-graft authority following fresh leads.
KABUL (Reuters) - Twenty-four-year-old Fatima Khalil, known as Natasha, was a shining example of young, progressive Afghanistan.