Policy head acknowledges digital currency's regulatory issues could push back its launch date.
It says they are hoping the government will do a U-turn and cancel the PSV licence requirement.
Saying the national airline should not be closed down, they suggest a joint-venture with the private sector to keep it flying.
Malaysian Association for the Blind chairman S Kulasegaran says current government funding constitutes only 4.5% of its annual budget.
Defence minister says Patriots practising 'double standards' by criticising National Service programme when they did not offer any suggestions before.
He says cyber games will feature at Asian Games in Indonesia this year and this sport may be accepted at Olympics.
It says many of the 3,000-odd doctors had resubmitted their tax returns following a new ruling by the Inland Revenue Board in September last year.
A former president of the Sabah Tourist Guides Association (STGA) is among those whose licences may be revoked or suspended.
The Perak Parkinson's Association hopes to create greater awareness regarding the disease and expand its activities.
It wants the Malaysian government to meet the Malaysian Bar to get feedback and ensure the independence of the legal profession.
National House Buyers' Association (HBA) Secretary-General Chang Kim Loong says the government must put a stop to developers calling the shots and dictating prices.
Security Services Association of Malaysia (PPKKM) President Mustapa Ali is worried as some may have criminal records or are ex-convicts.
Selangor Government turns down request by popular Indian shopping area in Tengku Kelana, Klang, to be known as “Little India”.
Malaysia Airlines Bhd, MASwings, Firefly, AirAsia Bhd, AirAsia X Bhd, Malindo Air and Berjaya Air are founding members.