At Kuala Lumpur there will have Hindraf Makkal Shakti on this June 30 that will know whether it will be able to challenge the decision by the Registrar of Societies (ROS) and the other three in not approving and registering it as a non-governmental organization or NGO. The justice Abang Iskandar Abang Hisham fixed the … Read moreWill It Be Able To Challenge The Decision By The ROS And The Other Three Or Not?
Wohoooo! At Johor Bharu, the Johor Goverment has incurred heavy losses and believed to be in the region of the RM1 billion due to sand smuggling along Sungai Johor and the losses were incurred over a period of for years. Probably the Starprobe was made to understand that an average of five barges that could … Read moreLost Over RM1 Billion Worth Of Sand
Yes! There will be a GLC Open Day that will be held from Friday to Sunday at the KL Convention Centre. The event is to aim at creating awareness and increasing the public’s understanding of the role played by government-linked investment companies (GLICs) and government-linked companies (GLCs). Beside that it will also highlight the contribution … Read moreGet To Know GLCs At The Three Days Event
Jitra: The Jerlun Umno division Puteri chief and the division’s secretary were charged at a Syariah Lower Court with allegedly committing khalwat in a house last month. To committing the offence on May 11, at about 1.20am, Yusmawati Yaacob, 31 and Jasmi Mohd Ismail, 47, pleaded not guilty. The state Islamic Religious Department victorious to … Read moreFine Up to RM 2,000 or a Year’s Jail or Both?
Kota Bharu: The Kelantan government has reminded to all the exclusive club, that police and army mess operators that they will not be spared the rule if they organised entertainment shows or served alcohol at their premises. “Action will be taken against to those who do not adhere to the guidelines.” State Local Government, Culture, … Read moreNo Alcohol Rule for Kelantanese
Moscow (Reuters): 44 people were killed when a passenger plane broke up and caught fire on coming into land in heavy fog in north-western Russia, said the an Emergency Ministry spokeswoman on Tuesday. Tupolev-134 plane, carrying 43 passengers and nine crews, crashed near a road about 1km (0.6 miles) from a runaway at the Besovets … Read more44 Killed in Russian plane crash
Kuala Lumpur: Four police constables were arrested for trying to extort money from a businessman. On June 16, the man had lodged a police report claiming that he was blackmailed by a group of police personnel, said city acting police chief Senior Assistant Commisioner Datuk Amar Singh. “On the following day, the police from Sentul … Read moreBlackmailing cop had been arrested
Johor Baru: The department of Wildlife and National parks (Perhilitan) acted to remove animals at the controversial Saleng Zoo in Kulaijaya here. Since the Starphobe exposed the poor condition in which the 40 species animals were kept last month, the zoo had come under intense scrutiny. The Perhilitan department removing a baby tiger during the … Read moreControversial Saleng Zoo in Kulaijaya
That’s right folks, one of Australians richest man is none other than a Malaysian born or more accurately Cameron Highland mari man, he has a fortune of A$950mil (RM3.06bil) made from coal mining. RM3.06bil!!! According to TheStar the cool billionaire, Mr.Sam Chong is 68-years-old and managed to keep a low profile and avoid the limelight … Read moreSam Chong – One of Australia’s wealthiest, Malaysia Mari
According to CNN, Hackers have stolen personal information from over 1.2 million customers of the Japanese gaming company SEGA, according to a company statement. The breach occurred Friday and targeted user data from subsidiary “SEGA Pass”, which is operated by Britain-based SEGA Europe Limited (SEL). The service was “illegally accessed from outside and personal information … Read moreHackers Steal 1 Million SEGA Customers Data