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11 October 2019
KINI ROUNDUP | Key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief.
The man was detained while wearing the vest at a religious programme in Sentul.
The minister says she will engage the Finance Ministry on a review if the need arises.
PKR chief says the law needs to be amended, especially on the powers vested in the police.
Residents say they are living in fear after 15 minutes of rain turned main road into a raging river.
Dr M says decision to lower the threshold was meant to reduce supply overhang of condominiums and apartments.
'The Home Minister had no prior knowledge regarding the arrests of the DAP assemblypersons.'
PKR president denies inconsistency in views on the Penang South Reclamation project.
One ex-inmate says the food and beverage training he received enabled him to secure employment as a cook.
UPDATED 1.57PM | This in response to Guan Eng's claim that police have given assurance of no further arrests of DAP leaders.
COMMENT | The PAS-Umno alliance has no serious ideas or plans for the people, except to harp on extreme racial and religious anxieties.
Latheefa Koya confirms that 11 individuals have been called in to testify on the matter.
'All necessary measures will be taken to assist the prosecution in the trial set for mention on Oct 22.'
She says the Finance Minister needs to address the return of 40pct of Sabah's revenue to the state.
The balloon explosion at the Education Ministry event in Putrajaya yesterday injured 16 people, including nine children.
ADUN SPEAKS | The repeated appeals for it to be included in NIP was rejected by the previous gov't as not cost-effective.
UPDATED 12.40PM | Rivers flood their banks to submerge houses, typhoon expected to head out to sea this evening.
The statue represents an injured woman protester believed by activists to have been shot in the eye by a police projectile.
The PM, who is the Langkawi MP, hands over an ambulance to the island’s Civil Defence Force.
Turkey pursues four-day-old, cross-border offensive against a Syrian Kurdish militia despite outcry from US and EU.
The ad contains the false claim that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg endorsed President Donald Trump’s re-election bid.
Minister also wants police to act on fake news that he is linked to LTTE.
He calls on the police to hold awareness programmes to differentiate between the two.
If the public sector can do it, why can’t the private sectors, noted Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran.
Lim Guan Eng says gov't is confident that incentives, particularly the [email protected] scheme, will generate 350k jobs in five years.
Home minister says decision to launch probe was based on intelligence gathered over a long period of time.
Police says someone had tried to cut the string tied to the balloons with a cigarette lighter.
Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says his ministry will discuss the matter with the Finance Ministry and relevant agencies.