A man did not realise that there was a dead baby in his rented flat in Jalan Lintang Madrasah, Jelutong here, even though there was a strong stench in the premises for the past week. It was only when his girlfriend went over to his place that they stumbled upon the gruesome discovery - a highly decomposed body of a newborn baby boy. The infant, wrapped in a black plastic bag, was in a ...
KUALA LUMPUR: The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) is organising a private retirement scheme (PRS) exhibition at the SC Building in Bukit Kiara on Saturday to provide the opportunity for individuals to engage with PRS providers and their range of schemes. The 9.30am to 2pm free exhibition programme would also feature talks by PRS providers. PRS are voluntary long term investment schemes ...
said on Tuesday the company would consider buying smaller power plants in the region and was eyeing for more expansion opportunities in India. The group had ventured into India via a 26% stake in 4 x 360MW greenfield power plant in Chhattisgarh, which is expected to fully commence by end-2014. "This year we are targeting to allocate RM200mil for our capital expenditure, in which we will ...
. At 12.30pm, the KLCI was up 0.19 of a point to 1,882.36. Turnover was 817.13 million shares valued at RM715.39mil. There were 309 gainers, 297 losers and 306 counters unchanged. Tenaga rose to a high of RM8.36. There were 9.51 million shares done at prices ranging from RM8.25 to RM 8.36. Maybank rose six sen to RM10.44. There were 2.99 million shares done at prices ranging from RM10.30 to ...
Malaysia has launched 11 new channels - including Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil - and also five new packages for this year as it gives the viewers more choices. Astro said on Tuesday the new channels include the Bahasa Malaysia channel Astro Maya while the Chinese channels are Hua Hee Dai and Quan Jia. The Tamil channels are Vijay, Raj, Jaya TV, Kalaignar. It also launched two sports ...
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three sen to RM1.94. Alliance Research had Hartalega and Kossan as its top picks for the glove sector, with the research house reiterating an "overweight" recommendation on the sector. "Among the two, we like Hartalega as a medium to long-term investment (one to three years), as we are convinced that it will emerge as the industry's game-changer in two year's time, once ...
KUALA LUMPUR: The air quality in four locations in the country remains at an unhealthy level based on the Air Pollutant Index. According to the Department of Environment (DoE) website, Johor is the most affected - Pasir Gudang (142), Larkin Lama (116) and Kota Tinggi (107). This is followed by Terengganu's Kemaman (103) where the reading has remained within the unhealthy level since Sunday. ...
Singapore has been hit by severe haze from forest fires in nearby Indonesia, prompting a health alert from the government. The Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) reached 155 on Monday evening, well above the healthy limit of 100, and the highest level since 1997. Outdoor physical activity should be avoided, and vulnerable people should stay indoors, the government said. The haze is expected to ...
Ini adalah bahagian pertama daripada siri tiga rencana tentang musim kemarau yang kini melanda negara terutamanya di sekitar Lembah Klang. KUALA LUMPUR, 18 Jun (Bernama) -- "Cuaca sungguh panas di luar sana," kata seorang rakan kepada penulis di sini baru-baru ini. "Boleh jangka cuaca akan jadi lebih panas pada minggu-minggu yang akan datang," kata lagi rakan itu. ...
KUALA LUMPUR, June 18 (Bernama) -- The implementation of the Malaysia-Australia Free Trade Agreement (MAFTA) which came effect on Jan 1 2013 is expected to widen and deepen bilateral trade engagement. Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said under the MAFTA, Australian exporters to Malaysia enjoy significantly reduced tariffs for goods, reaching up to 99 ...
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Malaysia's top seed Lee Chong Wei won the Indonesia Open Super Series Premier men's singles title for the fifth time, beating German Marc Zwiebler 21-15, 21-14 here Sunday.
Unseeded Zwiebler was no match to Lee, who had won the tournament in 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011, as the 30-year-old Malaysian wrapped up the final match in just 40 minutes, reports Xinhua.
"I hope I'll come back here next year. Next I would focus on the Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and, hopefully, I can still play in the 2016 Olympics," Lee said, after receiving $52,500 as prize money.
Lee had considered retirement after the London Olympics but is still aiming at the gold medal in 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, to gloriously end his remarkable career.
The World No.1 is scheduled to next take part in the Singapore Open which runs from June 18-23.
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