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Muar Vocational College Food Poisoning: One Student Remains In Hospital, No New Cases Detected

Pic: NSTPMUAR: Only one student out of the 125 from the Muar Vocational College who succumbed to food poisoning remains hospitalised.

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Sufficient Experts To Handle Data Breaches - Jailani

Datuk Seri Jailani Johari.KUALA LUMPUR – The Communications and Multimedia Ministry has a sufficient team of experts and tools in place for the public to verify if their personal data have been breached or compromised, Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Jailani Johari said today.

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Adopt Industry 4.0 Best Practices, Muslim Countries Told

KUCHING — Muslim countries need to be in the forefront to adopt the best practices of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0), an innovation that can fundamentally change the existing economic cycle, in order to benefit from the ‘disruptive change.

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Man Climbs TNB Electricity Pylon In Bangsar For A Birthday Selfie

Everyone wants their birthday to be memorable, but perhaps this man took it too far by risking his life just to commemorate his special day.

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School Curriculum To Be Reviewed Every Five Years: Kamalanathan

Filepic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: The government will review the primary and secondary school curricula every five years for improvement and to ensure these remain relevant with the times.

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279 Students Tested Drug Positive In Kelantan

KOTA BARU: A total 279 students including four females were found positive on drugs in the state this year, the Kelantan State Legislative Assembly was told. State Human Capital Development, Education, and High Education Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mohamed Fadzli Hassan said, of the total, 18 were also detained by police.

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Don't Mix Religion With Politics - Sabah CM

Filepic: Sinar HarianKOTA KINABALU: Sabah Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman today repeated his call to politicians in the state not to mix religion with politics.

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Johari Justifies RM86 Billion Subsidies Given To Rakyat, Dismisses Allegations

Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani refuted allegations that the government is not giving out subsidy assistance to the rakyat especially those in the B40 and M40.

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Actor Zizan Injured On Polis Evo 2 Set

Pic: NST

KUALA LUMPUR: Popular actor and host, Zizan Razak was believed to have been hurt after executing an action sequence during the filming of Polis Evo 2 yesterday.

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Malaysian’s Younger Generation Are Spending All Their Money Even Before Payday

Based on findings of the Department of Statistics, the trend of saving among Malaysians is still discouraging at only RM6 billion, or 0.9% of household savings recorded in 2014.

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