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Reduced PAS quota in state exco?

According to information made available to Sin Chew Daily, PKR has not recommended Wan Azizah as exco member, but has instead proposed a special new "department" to be chaired by her to promote the party's social reform activities in the state.


Sultan's decision must be respected: PAS

PAS leadership is happy with the appointment of Azmin Ali as the new Selangor menteri besar. The party said all quarter should respect the decision made by the Sultan and hoped Pakatan Rakyat and members of the public would not question Azmin's appointment.


Govt aims to reduce traffic-related deaths

The Transport Ministry is confident that it will be able to achieve the target to reduce the road traffic-related death index to two persons for every 10,000 vehicles by 2020.


Malaysia to appeal to OCA over dope test

The Malaysian contingent has not 'lost' the first gold medal won at the Incheon Asian Games through wushu said chef-de-mission Datuk Daniyal Balagopal Abdullah despite claims from the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) that the winner had failed a dope test.


GST raises national income: deputy minister

The Goods and Services Tax is a strategy to support Malaysia's economy and strengthen its fiscal position by reducing the nation's dependence on international funds, says International Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Datuk Lee Chee Leong.


Malaysia's first gold withdrawn

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) today expelled Malaysia's wushu first gold medallist Tai Cheau Xuen after she failed a drug test.


Malaysia's reserves remain usable, unencumbered: BNM

The detailed breakdown of Malaysia's international reserves under the International Monetary Fund's Special Data


No jihadists going to Iraq via Malaysia

No Islamic State (IS) jihadists have entered Iraq directly through Malaysia, Iraqi ambassador to Malaysia Prof Dr Basim Hattab Al-Tumma, said today.


Dealer's rep fined for trading misconduct

Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd has publicly reprimanded and imposed a fine of RM100,000 on Fintan Romuald Inbaraj Nicholas (Fintan) for trading misconduct in dealing activities.


Re-examination of UPSR papers underway

The re-examination for two papers of the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) which had been leaked, namely Science and the English Language, began today.