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39% Malays can accept non-Malay PM: activist

Of all the 1,344 Malay respondents, only 524 (39%) say they can accept a non-Malay PM, while 417 (31%) say being a non-Malay is not a problem, provided that he is a Muslim.

Hudud too risky a game for Malaysia: G25

"PAS claimed that Nigeria had successfully implemented hudud. That was a lie, as no countries have ever implemented hudud successfully."

To save China's economy, read more Marx, scholars say

China's economics students are being "brainwashed by Western theories" and need to read more Marx, Chinese professors said in a letter to the education ministry, amid a widening crackdown on foreign ideas.

Would you let the Asus Zenbo robot look after your children?

As part of its huge Computex product offensive, Taiwanese tech giant Asus on Monday took the wraps off Zenbo -- an all-singing, all-dancing robot that wants to be an integral part of your connected household.

17 killed in India army ammunition depot fire: reports

A fire at a massive military ammunition depot in central India on Tuesday has killed at least 17 people and left many more injured, according to media reports.

More than 45 million trapped in modern slavery: study

More than 45 million men, women and children globally are trapped in modern slavery, far more than previously thought, with two-thirds in the Asia-Pacific, a study showed Tuesday.

'.ART' internet domain launches in 2016, dedicated to arts and culture

UK Creative Ideas Limited (UKCI) has signed an agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to launch the new .ART domain.

Nazri: Common for countries to issue travel warnings

Tourism minister says many countries in the world are facing terrorist threats, including Malaysia, and as such it is very common for countries to issue travel warnings to their citizens.

'Grexit' fears loom without solid Greek reforms: IMF

Fears that Greece will exit the eurozone, a "Grexit", could revive if Greek authorities do not come up with "credible" reforms, notably on pensions, a senior IMF official said Thursday.

Malaysia still among 20 most competitive economies

Malaysia maintained its top 20 position among 61 global economies in the World Competitiveness Yearbook (WCY) 2016 published by the World Competitiveness Centre of the Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland.


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