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NST Leader: Lesson learnt? | New Straits Times

#NSTleader ... this is an election that no #Melaka voter wanted, and it is they who are most being inconvenienced.

27/10/2021 7:24:00 PM

NSTleader ... this is an election that no Melaka voter wanted, and it is they who are most being inconvenienced.

It was not until the Melaka assembly was dissolved earlier this month, and the prospect of another state election arose that the truth was admitted, when the prime minister, raising concerns of Covid-resurgence, hearkened back to the Sabah polls.

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Any decision to ground Hawk 108 fighter jets to be determined by Armed Forces, RMAF chiefs, says Hishammuddin

MELAKA: Any decision to ground the use of Hawk 108 air fighter jets following the aircraft crash in Penang will be determined by the Armed Forces and Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) chiefs, says Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.

NST Leader: Don't putsch Sudan | New Straits TimesAnd like the Barmars, the Sudanese are fearless protesters. Already in the early hours of the coup in Khartoum, three people have been reported killed when soldiers opened fire at protesters gathered at the army headquarters.

EU demands immediate release of Sudanese leader, cabinet members | Malay MailBRUSSELS, Oct 25 — The European Union condemned the detention of Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and other cabinet members today and urged their immediate release after the country’s military chief dissolved the transitional government. “We call on the security forces to immediately...

NST Leader: Don't putsch Sudan | New Straits TimesAnd like the Barmars, the Sudanese are fearless protesters. Already in the early hours of the coup in Khartoum, three people have been reported killed when soldiers opened fire at protesters gathered at the army headquarters.

Wan Junaidi suggests new 'friendly' bankruptcy law | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Parliament and Law) Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar has called for a new bankruptcy law to be introduced to help businesses survive amidst the pandemic.

Celcom's new family plan first in market to offer free unlimited data | New Straits TimesWith the new Celcom MEGA Family Plan, Celcom users can have up to six supplementary lines for RM40 per month each.

Seven new clusters, mostly involving workplaces, detected today | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: Seven new Covid-19 clusters have emerged in the country over the past 24 hours, the Health Ministry reported today.