Month: July 2022

Lifestyle

We desperately need to disrupt our approach to retirement saving

Today’s retirement and pension plans were not designed for the current reality of people living longer, healthier lives. The traditional…

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Business Services

Is Lalaport, The Mall Built Over Pudu Jail Worth Visiting?

Mitsui Lalaport Mall is a chain of shopping malls from Japan that just opened its first Malaysian mall right in…

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Culture and Heritage

What Triggered The Collapse of The Ancient Maya? A New Study Reads Like a Warning

Researchers have peered back through 800 years of history to conclude that Mayapan – the capital of culture and politics for the…

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Current Affairs

TIP Report: Industry players cry foul

Malaysia SME Association president Ding Hong Sing said a high percentage of Malaysian companies, especially those that employ foreign workers,…

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Military

Nightmare For US? China Follows Russia’s Footsteps; Developing Its Own Nuclear-Powered ‘Super Torpedoes’

Russia announced a giant nuclear torpedo called ‘Poseidon’ in 2010, capable of hitting coastal cities and wreaking havoc with its…

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Food and Beverage

Satisfy your curry cravings at Bandar Sri Damansara’s Mamu Nasi Ganja

Located at Bandar Sri Damansara, this place serves an addictive nasi kandar hence the "ganja" moniker. We guarantee that one…

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Scandals

An intricate web of deceit

Suspects in the RM24mil bribery case involving the chief executive officer of a bank’s subsidiary have painstakingly carried out what…

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Politics

Out of the fog of corruption, new hope of a better Malaysia

Are we capable of a truly national or Malaysian narrative, a national agenda which is not a Malay agenda or…

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Environment

Malaysia’s Johor royals linked to forests felled for oil palm plantations without full approval

Satellite images show hundreds of hectares of trees cleared from a site by a company Johor’s royal family part owns,…

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Current Affairs

Sulu claim shows Southeast Asia cannot yet escape colonial legacy

Southeast Asia's inability to escape the legacy of European colonialism is on show once again, with a French arbitrator insisting…

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Scandals

Former company director charged with 64 counts of misappropriation, fraud

A former company director was charged at a Sessions Court here with 64 counts of misappropriation, forging cheques and using…

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Scandals

MARA Corp senior officers charged for taking bribes

Two MARA senior officers have pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court in Kuala Lumpur to five charges each of…

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Scandals

Bank CEO, two others remanded for suspected graft involving RM24mil

The three suspects, who are in their 50s, were arrested at the MACC headquarters on Monday at about 6pm when…

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Scandals

General Election’s coming, another way to rob Rakyat again?

In April 2022, the Human Resources Development Corporation (HRD Corp) launched its first micro-credential initiative that aims to empower locals…

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Scandals

MACC ready for ‘combat’

Anti-graft investigators are convinced that they have enough evidence to bring about charges against several individuals involved in the multibillion-ringgit…

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