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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.


Stern actions

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.


Malaysia to stress on real-time aircraft tracking at Montreal meeting

The need to implement real-time aircraft tracking and sharing of information pertaining to flight risks are among issuesto be forwarded by Malaysia to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Council which meets in Canada next week.


US willing to share expertise on peaceful use of nuclear technology: envoy

The United States is willing to assist Malaysia if the latter decides to go ahead and build a nuclear power plant, according to American diplomat, Ambassador Laura E. Kennedy.


Local shares to trend higher next week

hare prices on Bursa Malaysia are expected to see a greater upside next week, supported by further bargain-hunting interest ahead of the October month-end closing, an analyst said.


Malaysia a world-class public service provider: chief secretary

Malaysia's public delivery system has improved significantly in recent years, as the country continues to be a world-class public service provider, delivering services to the people according to their expectations and ever-growing demand.


Significant PPP contributions towards economic growth: chief secretary

The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative, which has been implemented in Malaysia for more than 30 years, has managed to contribute significantly towards Malaysia's rapid economic growth, said Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa.


Clarify new regulations on RON95, govt urged

The government should provide a clear definition on those referred as "high income earners" before implementing new regulations on the subsidised RON95 petrol.


PAS has enemies within itself: political analyst

The Persatuan Ummah Sejahtera Malaysia (Pasma) is seen as one of the causes for the internal break-up in PAS between Muslim ideologists and Anwarinas.