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I heard athletes were given injection of herbal medicines: Razif Sidek

Former national badminton player Razif Sidek said he heard some three years ago that some badminton players were given injection of a kind of Chinese herbal medicine, but he could not be sure whether the herbal medicine contains banned ingredients.

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Talks of a top Malaysian badminton player failing the doping test shock the country. Although the authorities have yet to divulge the identity of the sportsman, it is widely believed Datuk Lee Chong Wei is the one.

Who will lead Pakatan after Anwar?

The Federal Court will hear the appeal of Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy case next week. political analysts are of the opinion that PKR and Pakatan Rakyat need to map out new strategies for post-Anwar era.

Country's strong economy can weather potential fallouts: HSBC

Malaysia's sound macro fundamentals will help weather potential fall-outs in its equities market, HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd said.

Counseling to go on for MH17 victims' families

The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry has so far conducted 58 counselling sessions for 27 families of victims who perished on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

Penang to ban foreign cooks at hawker outlets from January

The DAP-led Penang government is to ban foreigners from working as the main cooks at hawker food outlets starting Jan 1, 2015.

Public transport still not the main choice for people

Despite the many highways and expressways that have been built and being built in major cities, traffic jams are only getting worst by the day.

Penang govt urged to clarify land sale

A retiree has claimed that the state government has not been transparent in its administration when it sold a piece of land 2.1 metres by 21.3 metres by the main road to a house owner

Proposed anti-terror law good to safeguard country: academic

The Home Ministry's proposal to introduce a new anti-terrorism law will hopefully work as an effective mechanism to safeguard the nation's harmony and stability, said an academic.

Malaysia joins 20 countries to set up AIIB

Malaysia joined 20 proposed founding member countries to set up the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB),a government statement said here Friday.