COMMENT | Has our higher education been mutilated?

COMMENT | Has our higher education been mutilated?

27/1/2022 4:36:00 AM

COMMENT | Has our higher education been mutilated?

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Khairy: National health screening to be launched in July to detect non-communicable diseases

KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry will launch a national health screening initiative this July to detect non-communicable diseases (NCD), says Khairy Jamaluddin. Read more >>

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Three Covid-19 clusters found in Sabah including an education cluster | New Straits TimesKOTA KINABALU: Sabah may see more education clusters in the coming days, said Sabah Covid-19 spokesman Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun.

Students’ failure to follow Covid SOP led to education cluster spike, says DG | The Malaysian InsightNoor Hisham also cites lack of regular cleaning, disinfecting of common areas.

US stocks open higher as market awaits Fed decision | Malay MailNEW YORK, Jan 26 — Wall Street stocks opened solidly higher today following good results from Microsoft, as investors await a key Federal Reserve decision and monitor US-Russia tensions over Ukraine. Better-than-expected Microsoft results due to robust demand for digital software helped lift...

Bursa Malaysia opens mixed but turns higher thereafterKUALA LUMPUR (Jan 26): Bursa Malaysia opened mixed but turned higher thereafter today as the market rebounded from its seven-day losing streak amid mounting concerns over geopolitical tensions, as well as ongoing worries on the anticipated interest rate increase in the upcoming US Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting.At 9.06 am, the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) improved 2.86 points to 1,511.77 from 1,508.91 at Tuesday's close, after opening 0.13 of-a-point lower at 1,508.78.On Bursa Malaysia, the

Asian shares cautiously higher as investors await Fed policy updateBEIJING (Jan 26): Asian share markets got off to a cautious start on Wednesday, after another volatile Wall Street session, as investors braced for the outcome of the Fed's meeting late in the day and any hints about faster tightening of monetary policy.MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.26% early on Wednesday, but the index has skidded 2.4% this year, and is testing mid-December's one-year low.Concerns that the Fed's expected interest rate hikes could hammer