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Pakatan's Role In The High Cost Of Living

THE articles on Selangor and Penang government property related taxes in the New Straits Times and Berita Harian on Monday and Tuesday are a reminder to the people in both states and also the country that the higher cost of living is not entirely due to the Federal Government’s policy.

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Schools Are The First And Best Sites For Human Capital Development

KUALA LUMPUR -- Schools commenced on Jan 2, 2018, and for some states in Malaysia, Jan 1, 2018. More than 137,000 students entered Standard One.

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When Will Animals Get The Right Of Way?

ON Dec 25, the New Straits Times reported the heartbreaking death of an adult Malayan sun bear, struck by a motorcyclist around dusk on an expressway near Kuala Dungun.

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Tech Backlash Catches Up To Apple

Pic: ReutersNEW YORK: The tech backlash has caught up to Apple. Jana Partners and CalSTRS want the $900 bln company to give parents better controls over their kids’ iPhones. It’s an unusual issue for an activist, and apps from Facebook and Snap would make better targets.

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(Full Text) Prime Minister Najib's New Year Message

Pic: Barisan Nasional

THE following is the full text of speech by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak's welcoming the New Year.

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2018 A Good Year For Malaysian Economy

BACK in 2015, many had predicted that the Malaysian economy would dip into recession by 2018, or even earlier. Perhaps, this was based on historical data which suggests that the economy tends to plunge into a recession every seven to 10 years.

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Open Letter From Johari Abd Ghani To Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad

Pic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: Following is the open letter from Second Finance Minister, Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani to Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on the issue of speculative foreign exchange transaction. 

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Public Relations In Politics, Getting The Right Message Through

Politics and public relations in Malaysia has been incorrectly interpreted due to its perception rather than its true value and position in society.  More often, it is seen as an unfavourable profession instead of being the ‘bridge’ that connects people and organisations.

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Kelantan Lawyer Compares Hadith To Star Wars, Says Both Have ‘A Lot Of Fantasy’

Recently, Nik Elin Zurina Nik Abdul Rashid who is also the founder of the Kelab Warisan Wibawa uploaded a controversial and sacrilegious status on her Facebook.

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Meghan Is Sleeping At Sandringham! Has The World Gone Mad?

It’s like a future episode of The Crown, right there. The dilemma! The Queen’s grandson wants to bring his gorgeous fiancee to Christmas at Sandringham, an all-family affair with a detailed timetable for the arrival of guests, room plans, meals, embossed menus and place cards, and a festive schedule engraved in stone.

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