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Commonwealth Games 2018 : Khairy Confident Of Improving 2014 Achievement


PUTRAJAYA --Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin is confident that the Malaysian contingent to the 2018 Commonwealth Games (CG 2018) will manage to surpass the achievement at the 2014 edition in Glasgow, Scotland.

Yeoh Has Made Huge Contributions - PM Najib

KL -- Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the founder of the YTL Group of Companies, Tan Sri Dr Yeoh Tiong Lay had made a huge contribution to Malaysia's Chinese community including the education sector. The Prime Minister said Yeoh, who passed away yesterday had also built a successful business empire.Tan Sri Yeoh Tiong Lay built a successful business empire and made a huge contribution to Malaysia's Chinese community, including education. Rest in peace,Najib said in his Twitter account today.

DPM Pays Last Respects To Tan Sri Dr Yeoh Tiong Lay


KL -- Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today paid his last respects to Tan Sri Dr Yeoh Tiong Lay at the latter's residence at Lorong Buloh Perindu 1, Damansara Heights, here.Ahmad Zahid, who is also the Home Minister, arrived at 12 noon and spent about 10 minutes at the residence of the founder of the YTL Group who died yesterday at the age of 88.

PDRM Wants Report On Death Of Mahmud Ahmad In Marawi City

KL - The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) will seek information from Philippines security forces on the reported death of Malaysia-born militant Mahmud Ahmad in Marawi City, southern Philippines, last night.Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said  the police could not verify the report before obtaining detailed information on the identity of the militant killed in a military operation.

Junior PTD Officers Must Observe Service Oath With Integrity - Ali Hamsa


SERDANG --The junior administrative and diplomatic service officers (PTD) must observe the service oath with intergrity and disallow negative practices to affect the image and credibility of the civil service.