Category Archives: MoCS News

Prostitutes operating in broad daylight – where are the cops?

      by V Shuman QUICK TAKE: Freelance prostitutes from China are passing off as saleswoman to lure customers in tourist-heavy Jalan Petaling, reported Malay tabloid Harian Metro on Tuesday. According to the report, these women were often seen hanging … Continue reading

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Four choices for EPF members

by razak ahmad KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has drawn up four proposals to boost contributors’ savings – and has left it to its 14 million members to decide on which they want to accept. For two weeks … Continue reading

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Authorities zoom in on Edge group owner?

The authorities appear to be zooming in on Edge Media Group owner Tong Kooi Ong following the arrest of its chief executive officer (CEO) Ho Kay Tat last month. Ho was detained overnight together with three senior editors from The … Continue reading

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Pop singer Siti Nurhaliza pledges support for ‘lonely’ Dr M

Two popular local artistes have pledged their support for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad after the former prime minister said he was alone in the quest for answers over various issues raised with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. Datuk Siti … Continue reading

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CMS set to buy 50% stake in state-owned Sacofa – Questions for Adenan

SarawakReport Reports that Taib family-owned Cahya Mata Sarawak (CMS) has moved to privatise yet another state owned entity have left Sarawak Report wondering just how much of Sarawak is still controlled by former Chief Minister and current Governor Taib Mahmud? CMS … Continue reading

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‘Don’t know Altantuya’ not enough, says Zaid

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s claim that he has no links with Altantuya Shariibuu was not enough, said former de facto law minister Zaid Ibrahim. In a series of tweets today, Zaid said what the people want to know is … Continue reading

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West Malaysia abandoning 1963 federation pact with hudud push, Sabah lawmakers say

KOTA KINABALU, April 11 ― Peninsular Malaysia risks contravening the 1963 federation agreement and as a result will no longer be seen to be a part of Malaysia if hudud is implemented in Kelantan, Datuk Yong Teck Lee has claimed. … Continue reading

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