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TN50 Enters Next Phase

Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin (right) speaking to Norzie Pak Wan Chek and Izwan Azir Salleh on TV3’s ‘Soal Jawab’ in Petaling Jaya on Tuesday. PIC BY ZULFADHLI ZULKIFLI

IT has been one year since the Transformasi Nasional 2050 (TN50) dialogue sessions were launched nationwide to hear the voices and aspirations of the youth. The ambitious project is entering its second phase in its aim to chart the country’s path for the next 30 years.

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Khairy Never Instructed Otman To Make Payments For KBS Programmes - Witness

Otman Arsahd (center).

KUALA LUMPUR -- A witness told the Sessions Court today that Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar had never instructed nor issued memos to former Youth and Sports Ministry (KBS) finance division secretary, Otman Arsahd, to make payments to several companies organising sports programme on behalf of the ministry.

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18th RAMD Officially Declared As Infantry Battalion

Pic: Bernama (Zulkiple (right) hands over the 18th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment flag to Muhammad Fauzi (second left) at the base at Sri Pantai Camp, Kuala Nerus.)

KUALA NERUS: The 18th Battalion Royal Malay Regiment (RAMD) based at Sri Pantai Camp, Kuala Nerus was yesterday officially declared as an Infantry Battalion under 10 Paratrooper Brigade (Para).

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Pakatan Harapan's Promises 'Crazy'

Economists and political analysts who had been studying the opposition’s strategy in getting the electorate on their side, said it was clear that the loose coalition had never asked itself the fundamental questions, including how it planned to get the funds to make good on its promises.

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Manager Family Members Proxies Nabbed Alleged Corruption

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has detained a business development manager of a Terengganu Government subsidiary and wife, three family members and two proxies for alleged abuse of power and corruption involving about RM5.4 million.

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Don't Miss Out On Najib's 2018 Budget 'Bersama Rakyat' Live Session Tomorrow

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in his 2018 Budget announcement last year declared this year was for the interest and prosperity of the rakyat.

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Justice Served For DUKE Tragedy's Victims, MyVi Drivers Get Jail, Fine

KUALA LUMPUR -- Justice has finally been served for the family members of a couple and their six-month-old child who were killed in an accident at the Duta-Ulu Klang Highway (DUKE) three years ago as the Magistrate’s Court found the two accused guilty of driving their Perodua MyVi cars recklessly which had resulted in the fatal accident.

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RM63,900 In Compensation, Salary Arrears Paid To Abused Maid's Family

JAKARTA -- Compensation and salary arrears totalling RM63,900 have been paid to the family of Adelina Lisio, the Indonesian maid who died following suspected abuse in Malaysia.

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Two Datuks Charged With Cheating Over Non-Existent Affordable Housing Project

Datuk Jali Sekak and Datuk Dr Mohd Nasirudin Othman

PETALING JAYA -- Koperasi Hartanah Malaysia Berhad (Kohama) executive chairman, Datuk Jali Sekak and part-time lecturer Datuk Dr Mohd Nasirudin Othman claimed trial at four Sessions Courts here today, to six counts of cheating in connection with the non-existent 1Malaysia Affordable Housing Project involving a loss of RM5.36 million, three years ago.

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Royal Institution Still Relevant In Malaysia - Tengku Abdullah

Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah

KUANTAN -- The royal institution, as a symbol of unity and catalyst of nationalism, is still relevant in this country which has a variety of political affiliations and socio-economic background.

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