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Archive for January 18th, 2011

January 18, 2011

PORT-AU-PRINCE: Haitian officials are seeking to arrest former dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier following his sudden return from exile,... More ››

January 18, 2011

LONDON: British annual inflation hit an eight-month high in December, official data showed today, piling pressure on the Bank... More ››

January 18, 2011
Bursa-Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: Share prices ended trading in negative territory today, as investors resorted to profit-taking after hitting historic high,... More ››

January 18, 2011

The State Legislative Assembly, which receives royal consent to hold a session, is likely to amend the state constitution. More ››

January 18, 2011

Najib Tun Razak tells Anwar Ibrahim not to be too hasty to engage him in a debate. More ››

January 18, 2011
indian

LABIS: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said today the government as well as Umno respect the Indian community and... More ››

| January 18, 2011
palanivel

Barely two months on the hot seat, MIC president G Palanivel is making major changes to the top leadership. More ››

January 18, 2011
Somali pirates kidnap record numbers in 2010

The increasing number of pirate attacks against ships is setting off alarm bells. More ››

| January 18, 2011
mortar board

For a nation to move forward, its education system must produce people well-versed in the language of technology. More ››

| January 18, 2011
Dr Muhammad Nor Manuty

Dialog secara terancang perlu bagi menangani isu larangan umat Islam bekerja di premis menjual alkohol bertujuan untuk menyakinkan rakyat... More ››

| January 18, 2011

Penilaian serius dilakukan dalam memilih calon yang benar-benar mendapat sokongan penuh daripada rakyat keseluruhannya. More ››

January 18, 2011
najib felda

LABIS: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak today announced an allocation of RM1.6 billion for the Felda settler community’s development... More ››

| January 18, 2011
club

Selangor Muslims who serve alcohol are caught between the devil and hungry children. More ››

| January 18, 2011
Second post-mortem

The widow of M Krishnan, the wireman who died in police custody, will probably get her wish for another... More ››

| January 18, 2011

Penerbitan akhbar Selangor Terkini berniat jahat kerana kerajaan negeri sudah mempunyai akhbar rasmi Selangor Kini. More ››

January 18, 2011

BEIJING: Foreign direct investment in China rose 17.4% in 2010 to US$105.7 billion, the government said today, despite efforts... More ››

| January 18, 2011
VIDEO INSIDE
depot

The residents, some of whom are in the dark about the depot, want the Defence Ministry to allay their... More ››

| January 18, 2011
uthaya sankar

The 2003 edition and the student's edition differ on the death of one of the characters in the Interlok... More ››

January 18, 2011

LONDON: A marathon overnight debate on changing Britain’s voting system proved too much for ageing lawmakers in the Upper... More ››

| January 18, 2011

Joseph Pairin Kitingan has broken his silence on the Sino-native issue with a blast at Sabah DAP for misleading... More ››

| January 18, 2011
nurul izzah

Isu azan tidak selesai selagi tidak ada garis panduan yang jelas tentang kadar laungan azan dari Jawi, kata Ahli... More ››

January 18, 2011

MELBOURNE: Former world No 1 Jelena Jankovic steadied when it mattered to advance to the second round of the... More ››

January 18, 2011

DENPASAR: Indonesia is investigating reports of an outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease on the resort island of Bali, an official... More ››

January 18, 2011

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s Temasek Holdings said today it will pay a fine of 15 billion Indonesian rupiah (US$1.66 billion) imposed... More ››

January 18, 2011
suk

Sejumlah RM10 juta disediakan untuk melatih usahawan dan sebagai bantuan modal untuk pekerja Muslim yang bekerja di premis menjual... More ››

January 18, 2011

MANILA: Hundreds of thousands of people already reeling from floods across the Philippines have been told to expect further... More ››

January 18, 2011
NEW
Najib Anwar copy

Economic growth without social progress lets the great majority of people remain in poverty, while a privileged few reap... More ››

| January 18, 2011
Datin-Seri-Rosmah-Mansur

Dua memorandum akan diserahkan kepada Yang Dipertuan Agong dan Perdana Menteri berikutan tindakan Rosmah Mansor menggunakan gelaran Wanita Pertama... More ››

| January 18, 2011
Tok Guru

PAS spiritual adviser Nik Aziz Nik Mat has stepped in with a suggestion on how the controversy over the... More ››

January 18, 2011

HONG KONG: Asian stocks were mostly higher today but technology companies weighed on the region’s markets after news that... More ››

January 18, 2011
najibrazak1

The prime minister makes a stop in the Tenang constituency and gets the electoral ball rolling. More ››

| January 18, 2011
No water, electricity, roads in Jabu's constituency

Layar is still in the grip of abject poverty although it is under the care of its assemblyman and... More ››

| January 18, 2011
karpal montaj

The MP for Bukit Gelugor comes under renewed attack from a former PKR colleague over the Sodomy I case. More ››

| January 18, 2011
COMMENT
interlok baru

Penulis sengaja menulis artikel ini dalam bentuk brief yang digunakan di mahkamah bagi menguatkan hujah beliau. More ››

January 18, 2011

FMT LETTER: From Wan Nasuha Wan Hassan, via e-mel Saya ingin mengucapkan syabas kepada pucuk pimpinan PAS kerana telah... More ››

January 18, 2011
COMMENT
pehin-sri-taib1

Already under a cloud, Sarawak Chief Minister 'pulls out' a new business plan to help Bumiputeras. More ››

| January 18, 2011
jeffrey kitingan sabah

UBF chief wants historical facts restored and taught in schools without bias and censorhip. More ››

| January 18, 2011
Pancake 1

Experience some special moments in gastronomical paradise when you drop by in Ipoh. More ››

| January 18, 2011

Only a collective voice among local politicians can reverse the fortune of Sabah, according to Jeffrey Kitingan More ››

| January 18, 2011

Sabah government's reluctance to open up ferry service has caused hardship to the islanders. More ››

| January 18, 2011
Burmese school

They are refugees from Myanmar but these children have found shelter in a school which provides them education and... More ››

January 18, 2011

FMT LETTER: From K Ramakrishnan, via e-mail I am a citizen of this beautiful country, and I have no... More ››

January 18, 2011

FMT LETTER: From P Ramakrishnan, via e-mail We wonder where this nation is heading for and what is in... More ››

January 18, 2011

FMT LETTER: From Francis Siah, via e-mail The AirAsia mishap at the Kuching International Airport last Monday night (Jan... More ››

January 18, 2011

FMT LETTER: From Leonardine, via e-mail We hear these sad abuses far too often. When will the Indians go... More ››

January 18, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR: PLUS Expressways Bhd has deemed the RM23 billion offer from UEM Group Bhd and the Employees Provident... More ››

January 18, 2011

MADRID: Real Madrid may try to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez if they fail to lure Hamburg striker... More ››

January 18, 2011

MELBOURNE: Defending champion Roger Federer and 2008 winner Novak Djokovic roared into the Australian Open’s second round today, as... More ››