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Royal welcome for Obama on historic Malaysia trip Obama in Kuala Lumpur - New Straits Times
Sources within the team that is based in Kuala Lumpur told the New Straits Times that among areas they were revisiting was the possibility that the Boeing jetliner had landed somewhere else, instead of ending up in the southern Indian Ocean.
MISSING Vietnam says cannot find object from missing jet - Latest - New Straits Times
GMA NEWS: JUNE 14, 2013 Pinoy tourist faces Malaysian court for alleged robbery A Filipino tourist faced a Malaysian court on Monday over charges that he and two companions robbed a tourist from Iraq of RM7,500 (P102,820) last month. Marcelo Ortega, 47, pleaded not guilty to the charge as he faced the Sessions Court in Kuala Lumpur, according to a report on Malaysia's New Straits Times. Ortega was accused of robbing Iraqi Hussein Rashid at overhead bridge near Berjaya Times Square in Jalan Imbi last May 25. Ortega's two companions remain at large. The judge set bail at RM12,000 (P164,513) with two sureties and ordered Ortega to report to the Ampang police station at the beginning of every month. - VVP, GMA News
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KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia X is expanding its network further into China with the introduction of direct flights to Shanghai from Kuala Lumpur.
Sabahan ex-sportsman Dilbagh Singh Kler dies Passing of a legend. May he rest in peace. Former renowned Sabah sportsman Dilbagh Singh Kler died here early this morning following a short illness. He was 76 and is survived by his wife, Amrit Kler, three children and a grandson. He breathed his last just before 5am at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital 2 after being warded for a week, his eldest daughter Jaswinder told Bernama. “It was totally unexpected. But he hadn’t been well because he was already old,” said Jaswinder, a former New Straits Times journalist and wife to Sandakan Bernama chief Haslin Gaffor. The Kota Kinabalu-born Dilbagh was a renowned athlete who represented Malaysia in several international tournaments in the 1960s such as the Olympics and Commonwealth Games (then known as British Empire & Commonwealth Games). But his greatest achievements were the gold medals he won for the 3,000-metre steeplechase event in the South-East Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur (1965), Bangkok (1967) and Rangoon (1 ...
Opening Speech by DAP Secretary-General and MP for Bagan Lim Guan Eng During The Federal Territory DAP State Annual Convention in Kuala Lumpur on 14.10.2012 The Two Concessionaires Installing 831 Cameras Throughout Malaysia Under The Automated Enforcement System(AES) May Earn RM 700 Million A Year At The Expense Of 28 Million Malaysians. News reports indicates that 63,558 traffic offences were recorded for the first eight days after the automated enforcement system (AES) was launched on September 23rd by 14 cameras that had been installed at accident-prone locations. Presently, the cameras record speeding or traffic light offences but will be used in future to detect other traffic offences, such as queue jumping and illegal overtaking manoeuvres. New Straits Times even calculated that based on the figures obtained during those eight days, more than 170 million summons will be issued each year when all the 831 cameras -- 566 for speeding and 265 for traffic light violations -- are installed nationwide in t ...
An Evening with Amir Muhammad: A Malaysian Independent Filmmaker and Writer Sunday, October 14, 2012 4:00 PM Pansodan Gallery 270, Third Floor (Upper Block) Kyauktada, 11182 Yangon, Myanmar About the Speaker Amir Muhammad is a writer and independent filmmaker based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He was born on December 5, 1972 in Kuala Lumpur and was educated at the University of East Anglia. He has been writing for Malaysian print media since the age of 14, notably the New Straits Times. In 2000, he wrote and directed Malaysia's first DV feature. Some of his works have also been featured in a number of International Film Festivals including the Sundance Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival. Two of his films, Apa Khabar Orang Kampung (Village People’s Radio Show) and The Last Communist have been banned in Malaysia. A full retrospective of his work was screened at the 2008 Pesaro Film Festival, Italy. He is a partner at Da Huang Pictures. He started publishing non-fiction books in 2007 un ...
Kuala Lumpur: The Health Ministry has expressed concern over the 13 per cent rise in the number of dengue cases this year.
Kuala Lumpur: The Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) is against the Education ministry's proposal to allow students to bring mobile phones to school, contending that it would have more negative than positive implications.
THE 2012 Langkawi International Charity Ride was held from June 7 to 10 and what an adventure it was. More than 250 motorcycles (500+cc big bikes) travelled in a massive convoy from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi to do charity work for the less fortunate. Bikers came from Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand ...
KUALA LUMPUR -- The Department of Environment (DOE) today announced an immediate ban against open burning in the whole of Selangor, and the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, until a date to be specified later.
Muhamad Hazim Zahari from Std 6 had won in the Primary Level State Challenge of the RHB New Straits Times National Spell-it-Right Challenge yesterday at Time Square. Hazim will be representing Penang State at the National Challenge in Kuala Lumpur on the 14 July. Congratulation to Hazim. The school would like to wish you all the best for your next challenge in Kuala Lumpur.
PSC on Lynas will hold another public hearing in Kuala Lumpur - New Straits Times: New Straits TimesPSC on Lynas...
Many people failed Malaysia on Saturday — A Malaysian May 01, 2012MAY 1 — Tan Sri Ahmad Fuad Ismail, the Datuk Bandar of Kuala Lumpur, failed us when he forgot that he was a public servant and instead, became a servant of the ruling party of the day. Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein failed us when, even after the experience of Bersih 2.0, he oversaw, as Home Minister, the unnecessary violence wreaked on an almost wholly peaceful gathering of citizens who merely were out to state their concerns over what they see as a flawed electoral process. And to rub salt into the wound, in the aftermath, Hishammuddin sought to justify the unwarranted violence. Datuk Seri Najib Razak failed us when as Prime Minister of all Malaysians — regardless whether they support him or not — he uttered not a squeak to ensure his flock (and as citizens, we are his flock) were facilitated in gathering peacefully to voice their concerns. The mainstream newspapers — The Star, the New Straits Times, BeritaHarian and, but of co ...
Kuala Lumpur: Lynas Corporation Limited has begun defamation proceedings in the High Court here against online Malaysian news service 'Free Malaysia Today', relating to what it claimed to be false and misleading statements published in its recent article.
Kuala Lumpur: The Malaysian Meteorological Department has issued a warning for the public to stay away from the beaches following the 8.7-magnitude earthquake which struck the west coast of Northern Sumatera.
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