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It's still gallows for tow truck driver convicted for murdering Najadi

PUTRAJAYA, Oct 16 -- The Court of Appeal here today upheld the death sentence on a tow truck driver Koong Swee Kwan for murdering Arab-Malaysian Bank (AmBank) founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi.

Heightened security for Jokowi's swearing-in

JAKARTA, Oct 16  -- More that 30,000 police and military personnel will be on duty to maintain the peace here during the swearing in of Joko Widodo (Jokowi) for his second term as Indonesia's President this Sunday (Oct 20).

Key communicators should help enhance public awareness on Maqasid Syariah - Gobind

PUTRAJAYA, Oct 16  -- The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia’s (KKMM) key communicators should use the knowledge they acquired through the town hall session on Maqasid Syariah to help enhance public awareness on national policies and programmes, Minister Gobind Singh Deo said.

Dead baby: Mum to undergo psychiatric examination

KEMAMAN, Oct 16 -- The Sessions Court here today orders a woman, who was charged with causing the death of her three-month-old baby, to undergo psychiatric examination at the Permai Hospital, Johor.

Aqina pioneers production of "pineapple-fed" chickens in Malaysia

PONTIAN, Oct 16  -- When it comes to downstream pineapple products, what crosses most people's minds are products such as pineapple juice, canned pineapples or even thread made from pineapple fibre.

Manulife Malaysia's Breast Cancer Awareness Day raises more than RM12,000

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 (Bernama) -- Manulife Malaysia (Manulife) through its Global Women’s Alliance (GWA) has raised more than RM 12,000 during the Breast Cancer Awareness Day, in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Trekking paths in permanent forest reserves in Perak closed for monsoon season

IPOH,  Oct 16 -- All trekking paths in permanent forest reserves under the jurisdiction of the Perak Forestry Department will be closed for three months, effective this Nov 1.