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The Malaysian Insider - Main
KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — Fatigue and the constant threat of being under the gun from special interest groups, businessmen, unions and warlords are making the ...
The Malaysian Insider - Mobile
KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — Malay rights group Perkasa today demanded that Singapore withdraw three of its diplomats accused by local right-wing groups of being ...
The Malaysian Insider - Lite
KUALA LUMPUR, June 24 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak today appeared to cool speculation of more cash handouts when he tables Budget 2013 on September 28, just months ...
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The Malaysian Insider - Main - Malaysia ... Empat asset NFC disita bantu siasatan pecah amanah RM49.7 juta; Dr Ali Hamsa dilantik ketua setiausaha negara
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Asia’s investment banks launch round of job cuts; Mega Islamic bank licence issued to boost financial sector, says Husni; Tropical storm threat shuts some US Gulf ...
The Malaysian Insider - Main
Mega Islamic bank licence issued to boost financial sector, says Husni; Tropical storm threat shuts some US Gulf oil output; Toyota to move Yaris North American ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — The government’s refusal to reveal the number of voters registered by political parties has raised further suspicion of fraud in the ...
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The Malaysian Insider - Main - Malaysia ... Tunku’s son joins think-tank to revive dad’s vision; PKR questions Ampang LRT job award to losing bidder
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The Malaysian Insider - Main - Business ... Wage floor needs relook, Chinese firms tell Putrajaya; RM12b Eurofighters among five bids to replace combat jets
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Government wants to raise traffic fines to RM2,000
KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 — A hefty fine of up to RM2,000 awaits traffic offenders including for beating the red light, when amendments to the Road Transport Act 1987 are approved. The Road Transport (Amendment) Bill 2012 was tabled today at the Dewan Rakyat ...
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Russian football chief resigns after Euro 2012 flop
MOSCOW, June 26 — Russian football chief Sergei Fursenko quit his post yesterday following Russia's disappointing showing at Euro 2012. Fursenko, who also sits on the UEFA executive board, resigned after meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin. "I would ...
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Monday’s best web
The Malaysian Insider has a story on Chinese car manufacturers looking for new markets Best web: The previously explosive growth in demand for automobiles by the Chinese consumer has slowed. As a result, Chinese automakers are now looking for new markets.
Malaysia rare earths plant gets go-ahead
But Lynas said that the parliamentary group's findings were "yet another affirmation of the science behind" its plant and "the safety features built into it," reports The Malaysian Insider Web site. "We look forward to the issuance of the ...
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'Not impossible' to have polls during Haj
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has not discounted the possibly of having a general election during the Haj pilgrimage season, saying it has happened before, The Malaysian Insider reported. "In (the country's) history, elections have been conducted ...
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Making our streets safe
The article was written out of context. Please read the clarification issued by Pemandu in the Malaysian Insider. What was related at the press briefing was the fact that before we started the Crime NKRA, the average crime incidence per day in 2009 was ...
Panel on Bersih 3.0 starts hearing
two journalists from The Sun and another from online news portal The Malaysian Insider. Hanif said it expected to hold another hearing on Wednesday although he declined to reveal details as to who or how many people would be called. “There's no limit to ...
He should say sorry to the people
The RM24,200 price triggered public outrage that intensified after the fee was waived by the authorities, reported The Malaysian Insider. Mr Liow said in a statement that he did not bid or tender for the number. Following the proper procedures, his office ...
Najib 'may delay election'
A source quoted by The Malaysian Insider news website, meanwhile, said the Haj pilgrimage on Oct 26 and the BN's efforts to court the youth and Chinese vote could delay the general election to November. "The Haj could delay the vote just as much as the BN ...
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High Court strikes out RM30 mln defamation suit against Guan Eng
He said that on Aug 18 last year, Lim issued another hurtful statement in front a group of journalists, which was published on the news website of The Malaysian Insider on the same day. Zainal Abidin said, among others, the statements inferred that he ...
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