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Malaysian Bar congratulates new Chief Judge of Malaya

KUALA LUMPUR : The Malaysian Bar welcomes and congratulates Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim on her appointment as the new Chief Judge of Malaya. In a statement on Tuesday its president George Varughese said the Bar Council looked forward to working with Zaharah.

Daesh leader killed in Syria masterminded attacks in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR : Police confirmed that Indonesian Daesh militant group leader Bahrum Naim, who was reportedly killed in a drone strike in Syria prior to Ramadan, had masterminded a series of foiled attacks in Malaysia. Bukit Aman Special Branch Counter-Terrorism Division principal assistant director Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the 34-year-old man had plotted several attacks on places of worship and entertainment premises in Johor, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur in 2015.

Pemantau Malaysia Baru to be investigated under the Peaceful Assembly Act

KUALA LUMPUR: The assembly that was organised by Pemantau Malaysia Baru will be investigated under the Peaceful Assembly Act. City police chief Comm Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said that the organisers failed to notify the police regarding the assembly.

Perak Sultan: Growing pains part of Malaysia's path to mature democracy

Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah hiving his royal keynote address during the 5th World Conference on Islamic Thought and Civilization in Ipoh. SAIFUL BAHRI/The Star IPOH: Sultan of Perak Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah said there will be "growing pains" in the journey to make Malaysia a mature democracy capable of joining the rest of the nations already in this "Premier League".

Top Malaysian university announces 50 scholarships to high-achieving Pakistani students

The Malaysia UCSI University announced awarding 50 educational scholarships to high-performing Pakistani students in conjunction with their outstanding position in the 2019 QS World University Rankings. With the scholarship fund launched, Pakistani students will enjoy a meaningful educational experience in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city, and learn from the best that UCSI as a Praxis university has to offer with their signature Cooperative Placement programmes where students are required to intern at a company for two months for each academic year.

Pilgrims reminded not to bring too much money from Malaysia

By Zarul Effendi Razali MADINAH, July 16 -- Malaysian haj pilgrims are reminded not to bring too much money when departing for the Holy Land from Kuala Lumpur. Tabung Haji operations director Nor Aida Ahmad said around 500 riyals would be sufficient for several days after arrival, depending on their needs.

Malaysian lawmakers take oath, including indicted ex-leader

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad takes the oath during swearing-in ceremony in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Monday, July 16, 2018. Malaysian lawmakers have taken their oath in Parliament.

Malaysian lawmakers take oath, including indicted ex-leader Source: AP

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Malaysian lawmakers take oath, including indicted ex-leader

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad takes the oath during swearing-in ceremony in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Monday, July 16, 2018. Malaysian lawmakers have taken their oath in Parliament.

Malaysia opposition lawmakers stage walkout at first parliament sitting

The first Malaysia parliament sitting on Jul 16, 2018 after historic elections that swept Pakatan Harapan to power. KUALA LUMPUR: Newly elected members of Malaysia's parliament were sworn in on Monday as opposition MPs staged a walkout over the appointment of the speaker of parliament.

Zimbabwe:Plane Went Back to Malaysia for Maintenance - Minister

Government says one of the four long haul planes acquired from Malaysia, the Boeing 777-200ER, has no mechanical problems and was only taken back to Kuala Lumpur for routine maintenance, which is a prerequisite even if it is not flying. Aeroplanes have a strict regime of maintenance, unlike vehicles, and since such checks could not be done locally or on the continent -- because the aircraft does not have an operating licence to be flown to Kenya or South Africa -- it was resolved that it should be taken back to Malaysia using the ferry licence gotten when it was first delivered to Harare.

Language day plan hailed

Dr Maszlee: Has proposed two days a week where only Bahasa Malaysia or English is to be used in schools. PETALING JAYA: A move by the Education Ministry to implement English and Bahasa Malaysia days in schools has been welcomed, although there are some disagreements over the plan.

A marine police officer with some of the 2,850 smuggled turtle eggs seized on July 15.

KOTA KINABALU: Marine police seized 2,850 turtle eggs being smuggled into Sandakan on Sabah's east coast from the neighbouring islands of the southern Philippines. However, the suspected smuggler managed to dive into the sea and flee under cover of darkness while marine police personnel gave chase in waters off Kg Forest near Sandakan at about 3.30am Sunday .

Wife sounds alarm after Jeffrey Yuen Chi-yuen fails to return to the beach at end of 1.5km swim

Hong Kong triathlete reported missing and Malaysian man dies in rough seas during Olympic distance race at Port Dickson International Triathlon Wife sounds alarm after Jeffrey Yuen Chi-yuen fails to return to the beach at end of 1.5km swim Malaysian media reported that 42-year-old Jeffrey Yuen Chi-yuen was reported missing on Sunday morning, when he failed to return to the beach after the 1.5km swim leg of the Olympic distance race in the Port Dickson International Triathlon. A police spokesman told local media that Yuen's wife contacted organisers after failing to find him at the beach, in their hotel room, or elsewhere.

Five cops remanded for alleged RM5k bribe to let drug trafficker off

SEREMBAN : Five policemen, comprising three corporals, a lance corporal and a sergeant have been remanded for six days to facilitate investigations into a corruption case. Special Remand Court assistant registrar Nur Haryatie Mohd Saini issued the remand orders, after allowing an application by the Negri Sembilan Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission here on Sunday .

Malaysia Airlines' "centre of gravity" now on customer experienceBy...

By Azman Ujang KUALA LUMPUR, July 15 -- Malaysia Airlines' Group chief executive officer Captain Izham Ismail has achieved many feats in his almost 40 years in the aviation industry, capped in December last year when he became the first pilot to helm a major premium airline. In 1997, he broke world aviation records when he flew Malaysia Airlines' first B777-200 from Seattle to Kuala Lumpur and back.

Case postponements no more for 'death or near death' only

Putra Jaya: The new Chief Justice of Malaysia has given his assurance that court cases can be postponed with proper reason, and not just when "death or near death" incidents require court proceedings to be deferred, the Malaysian Bar said. Malaysian Bar President George Varughese said lawyers had asked the new CJ Tan Sri Richard Malanjum about whether his predecessor's previous policy - of allowing lawyers' applications to postpone cases only when "death or near death" is involved - still applies.