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Najib Hits Out At Opposition Leaders For Instilling Hatred Towards Govt

KL -- Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today hit out at the opposition leaders for lying and confusing the people to instil hatred towards the government. He said the various allegations and claims by the opposition, including that the government did not care about the Indian community in the country, were all baseless.

Flood-affected Pupils In Perlis Can Wear Regular Clothes To School

KANGAR -- Students in flood-affected areas in Perlis are allowed to wear regular clothing to school tomorrow. The Perlis Education Department, in a statement today,  advised parents to ensure their children do not miss classes and to attend school as usual. "They do not have to worry about damaged books and stationery, what is more important is that the students attending school as usual tomorrow," it said.

Malaysia's Stand On Humanitarian Issues Should Be Respected - DPM

PORT DICKSON -- Malaysia's stand on humanitarian issues at the international level should be respected, said Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. In  this regard, he said Malaysians should be thankful for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's firmness and concern while being vocal on these issues at the international level.

CBP Invites Co-ops To Join As Association's Members

KL -- About 12,000 co-operatives (co-ops) in Malaysia are invited to register as members of the Co-opbank Malaysia Association (CBP) and take advantage of their memberships. CBP Chief Operating Officer, Mohd Dzarfan Khalid, said out of the total, only 8,000 co-ops were active.

MP Says Best To Keep PLUS In Govt Hands

KL -- A Member of Parliament has joined the tide of concern over PLUS Malaysia Bhd possibly being acquired by a private party, saying the profitable highway operator should remain in government hands. Anuar Manap, the MP for Sekijang, also raised this  concern citing previous cases where private entities that owned strategic businesses or assets had to be bailed out by the government.