Tiong Nam plans multi-storey warehouse and more automation
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It is the largest trucking company in Malaysia, with a fleet of 1,900 trucks of various capacities with operations in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand and looking to expand to Indonesia and Vietnam. Meanwhile, Tiong Nam has one of the largest cold room …

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Riding the tiger to promote human rights
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“Worse than a toothless tiger” – this self-deprecating description that Tan Sri Hasmy Agam has given Suhakam, the Malaysian Human Rights Commission of which he is chairman, sums up its sorry record in holding the government accountable for its … One …

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G20 plans to sidestep US on IMF reforms fail
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US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew makes remarks during a news conference in Washington April 17, 2015. Lew briefed the media after two days of the IMF and World Bank's 2015 Annual Spring Meetings. — Reuters picWASHINGTON, April 18 — The Group …

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Arsenal's Ramsey still has hopes of team winning double
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Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey (left) secured a place in the club's history books when he scored the winner in last season's 3-2 FA Cup final triumph over Hull City. — Reuters picLONDON COLNEY, April 18 — The prospect of Arsenal winning an FA Cup and …

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Teach MPs who voted in favour of Sedition Act a lesson in next GE, says DAP
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Malaysians disgusted over the way Putrajaya had bulldozed through amendments of the Sedition Act in Parliament should vote out the Barisan Nasional MPs who voted for the bill last week, says an opposition lawmaker. – The Malaysian Insider file pic …

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The CEO's new groove
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Among the changes Kevin plans to implement is transparency of the running of the league. — Malay Mail pic KUALA LUMPUR, April 18 — Kevin Ramalingam says his appointment as Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) chief executive officer …

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Security guard runs amok, kills bank officer
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“After 10 minutes, I heard noises in the bank before the guard was walking haphazardly and holding a knife. “All the customers were stunned and ran out of the bank for cover,” he said, adding that he had been to the bank many times and had never seen …

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Without transport hub, Sky Cab cannot be up
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Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng (left) at the press conference on the Penang Sky Cab. — Picture by Opalyn Mok GEORGE TOWN, April 18 — Does the state need a cable car system across the Penang Channel when vehicle congestion is actually on …

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Looking at politics from a class-based perspective
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“I find it refreshing that one would take a class-based perspective that thinks of the rich and poor, and that thinks from the point of view of the labouring class,” said Toh Kin Woon at the launch of Jeyakumar's book, 'An Alternative Vision for …

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Bursa Malaysia Engages Celebrities To Woo Retail Investors
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He highlighted again that the introduction of the "BURSAMKTPLC" (Bursa Market place, a community online portal at www.bursamarketplace.com) and the "Bull Hunt and Fantasy Football", under the same portal last year were among the exchange's key …

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Judge says FBI ruse violated rights of Vegas hotel guest
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LAS VEGAS (AP) " The FBI violated the rights of a wealthy Malaysian businessman when agents posed as Internet repairmen to get into his Las Vegas suite to search for evidence of wrongdoing during the World Cup soccer tournament last summer, … guts …

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UMMC's RM120 million budget cut threatens patient care, training
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University Malaya Medical Centre's 2015 budget has been slashed from RM510 million last year to RM387 million, which is forcing the teaching hospital to compromise on patient care and training for medical students. – The Malaysian Insider file pic …

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