The e-hailing provider says the picture won't be shared with the driver and is meant to enhance safety.
Daryl Chong says there are weaknesses in present system which uses SIM card and accepts any name to be a passenger.
It says it only approved 46,000 such applications and that too after they were endorsed by the courts.
The intention is to register the illegals following their uncontrolled entry into state under the previous administration, says deputy minister.
Human resources minister says Socso will launch ‘Op Kesan’ to track down errant employers after 1,544 failed to register with the agency last year.
A random check with young voters shows some will not be returning to vote as they feel that it is better to depend on themselves than on politicians.
The 39-year-old executive wants to do away with military rule once and for all, give regional governments more control over money, break up entrenched oligopolies and prevent laws on royal insults from being used as political tools.
Liew Chin Tong says the prime minister is going all out to eliminate the opposition by using the new electoral boundaries and the anti-fake news law, and influencing the RoS.
Two Muslim organisations say Kedah's proposal will help protect the interests of children who have been left ‘stateless’ because their parents' marriages are not recognised.
National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health head Lee Lam Thye says safety audits at Islamic schools must also be made compulsory.
Minister Salleh Said Keruak says proposal for registration is to ensure that online portals are covered by the same rules that currently cover print media.
Minister Nazri Aziz says it is compulsory to register in view of the implementation of the tourism tax from Aug 1.
Starting July 1, there will be massive operations to flush out illegal foreign workers in the country, says Immigration Department.
Mahdzir Khalid says registering with the ministry or state religious department can enhance their safety and security.
If common logo is not approved in time for GE14, the parties will fall back on their own logos to contest seats.
All religious schools will be soon be registered under the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim).
Former PM appears reluctant to change Pakatan Harapan to Barisan Rakyat, as suggested by PPBM president Muhyiddin Yassin.
On April 1, Socso will launch ‘Op-Kesan’ to detect employers who don’t register their company and employees with Socso.
Lawyer and activist Ambiga Sreenevasan says the opposition can win GE14 if Malaysians come out in droves to vote.
Police have detained two men and believe 4,800 people, including teachers, have fallen victim.
As a result, their children have not been recognised as Indonesian nationals.
The Kinabatangan lawmaker says this will make it easier for the multimedia and communications ministry to call them for questioning and to monitor them.
PKR-linked NGO offers chance for new voters to win prizes through a competition.
Court of Appeal says all non-Muslims must register their marriages to protect their legal rights under Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act.
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