Wed09202017

LAST_UPDATEWed, 20 Sep 2017 7pm

Salaries As Much As RM150K A Month The Cause Of Govt Doctors Resigning To Join Private Hospitals

Pic: SunPIxKEPALA BATAS: Lucrative pay by private hospitals is one of the main reasons government hospital specialists are moving out from the public health sector.

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Malaysia Calls For Urgent Action To Address Rohingya Issue

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia and its neighbouring Asean countries will bear the brunt of serious instability in the region if the grave situation in the Rakhine state in Myanmar is not adressed.

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Flash Floods Forced Over 400 Out Of Their Homes

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JOHOR BARU: Over 400 people were forced to evacuate, when their homes were inundated in waist-deep waters in Kampung Tuah Jaya, Perling after a two-hour downpour that began about 5.30pm yesterday.

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Teacher Held After Student Claims She Was Raped Twice

KUCHING: A 51-year-old teacher was arrested yesterday after a Form Two student claimed she was raped twice this year.

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Immigration Dept To Introduce Device To Check Travel Status At KLIA

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Immigration Department will introduce a device that will enable outgoing passengers to check their travel status at the departure hall of the KL International Airport, next month.

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KL To Do Away With Roadside Traders By 2020: FT Minister

Pic: NSTPKUALA LUMPUR: There will be no more roadside traders in the city by 2020, said the Federal Territories Ministry.

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‘Datuk Seri’ Held Over Ponzi Scheme

Pic: SunpixKUALA LUMPUR: Police have detained a 39-year-old Datuk Seri from Malacca yesterday over an alleged fraudulent investment scheme that caused losses of RM3.75mil to its participants.

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Three Women, Two Children Rescued From Their Car Submerged In Flash Flood

Pic: NSTPSEREMBAN: Three women and two children escaped unhurt when they were rescued from their vehicle, which was submerged in a flash flood at Jalan Seremban-Port Dickson near Mambau here this evening.

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Malaysia Developed Solutions In Battle Against Extremism And Radicalisation: Zahid

Pic: BernamaMANILA: Malaysia will end its chairmanship of the Asean Ministerial Meeting on Transnational Crime on a high tomorrow, but with the promise of continued stewardship in the battle to protect the region.

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Terengganu Launches Campaign To Raise Funds For Rohingya Refugees

Pic: SunpixKUALA TERENGGANU: The Terengganu government today launched the "Terengganu for Rohingya" campaign to raise money for a humanitarian aid fund set up to assist the ethnic Rohingya at the refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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