KUALALUMPUR: An official from the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) yesterday confirmed that a top Malaysian shuttler has failed a random doping test conducted during the World Championships in Copenhagen in August.
JAKARTA: PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak and Indonesian President Joko Widodo yesterday took the first steps in working together as leaders of neighbouring countries, with the former mooting the idea of both nations developing an Asean car.
JAKARTA: JOKO Widodo was sworn in yesterday as the new president of Indonesia in a ceremony witnessed by an impressive cast of foreign dignitaries.
PUTRAJAYA: THE Education Ministry has beefed up security protocols to ensure that Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination papers are not leaked.
KUALA LUMPUR: NATIONAL leaders have called on Malaysians to embrace the spirit of the Festival of Lights and unite as a peaceful nation this Deepavali.
KUALA LUMPUR: Rain has not dampened the spirit of Hindus preparing for Deepavali tomorrow.
BUTTERWORTH: Six civil servants comprising four policemen, a Seberang Prai Municipal Council officer and an enforcement officer from the Home Ministry were charged at the Sessions Court yesterday with corruption involving a total of RM5,750.
SHAH ALAM: Six Customs officers were charged in two courts yesterday with multiple counts of graft involving RM159,500 for turning a blind eye to liquor-smuggling activities.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) yesterday complimented the police for their efforts and initiatives to help fight graft among policemen.
PUTRAJAYA: POLICE have evidence that some politicians accepted funds from influential syndicates in Kuala Sepetang, Bagan Panchor and Kuala Sangga, Perak, during the previous general election, said Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
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