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In the GE13 campaign, the Barisan Nasional pledged to reduce intra-city toll rates in their manifesto but their political foes and analysts now say the ruling coalition have gone back on their word as 13 highways are to see higher rates next year.
With the holiday mood remaining festive, tourism revenue during this year's five-day New Year period will reach 18.3 billion baht, estimates the Tourism Authority of Thailand.
KUALA LUMPUR: Asian Pac Holdings Bhd expects Imago Mall, its new retail venture in Sabah, to contribute up to RM70 million, or more than 25 per cent, to its yearly revenue from 2016.
Man accused of leading away six-year-old girl hand-in-hand before raping and killing her 'confesses to ten other child murders' A man who yesterday confessed to the brutal rape and murder of a six-year-old girl in Bangkok has admitted ten other child murders, according to police.
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 17 -- Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak Tuesday asked civil servants to work hard to make Malaysia a developed nation that continues to be highly regarded by world leaders.
IT'S always a good sign when a local movie performs beyond expectations and as a bonus, attracts a crossover audience to the cinemas.
"We are deeply concerned about his safety and security," the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances said in a news release , urging the Government "to do its utmost to locate Mr. Somphone, to establish his fate and whereabouts, and to hold the perpetrators accountable."
SOME of WA's top private schools will be charging as much as $24,000 next year in a bid to attract and retain the best teachers to their classrooms.
A court in Vietnam sentenced two former executives of a state-owned shipping firm to death on Monday for embezzlement, an unusual harsh sentence in a communist country where prosecutions of top officials are rare.
Secretary of State John Kerry reads on a boat on the Mekong River in Vietnam, where he once patrolled on a naval gunboat for communist insurgents four decades ago.
KUANTAN: The number of evacuees at flood relief centres in Pahang has dropped from 5,225 people on Saturday night to 4,751 people yesterday morning.
The execution of the North Korean leader's uncle is "an ominous sign" raising concerns about instability in a nation pursuing a nuclear arms drive, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Sunday.
Thousands of supporters of Cambodia's opposition rallied on Sunday, vowing to keep protesting until long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen steps down or calls an election.
Japan and Southeast Asian countries on Sunday pledged to boost economic and security ties, a day after they agreed on the importance of ensuring freedom of the skies after China declared a controversial air defence zone.