So far this year about 2,500 have quit, and there are 9,000 vacancies, says Fuzi Harun.
Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah wants the state Town and Country Planning Department to look into the problem.
Modi's government assures investors it will not go back to regulating fuel prices.
Survey attributes it to post-election optimism and zero-rating of GST.
Arthur Sen wants the government to give the same treatment it is giving squatters whose houses were burnt down last week to villagers whose homes were demolished by the Forestry Department last year.
PBS secretary-general Johnny Mositun says party is concerned about decline in tax revenue but will give federal government chance to prove itself.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that capital outflow has increased and the ringgit and stock market are not doing well as the government has not come up with new economic policies that inspire confidence.
The credit rating agency says pace of non-performing loans is stable but the increasing oversupply of commercial space may have an adverse effect on banks.
French President Emmanuel Macron was telling Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan it was vital that humanitarian aid be allowed to reach the area.
Dramatic birth of a British baby on a snowy roadside has warmed hearts as the country shivers in a blast of freezing weather.
Russia had questioned the findings and blocked the resolution, saying the report did not contain conclusive evidence of Iran's violation of the embargo.
They hope consumers will use less sugar to stay healthy if the government raises the price of sugar.