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Cabinet approves MoU between India & Brunei on coop in Telemetry Tracking, Space Research, Science application

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday has been apprised of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Brunei Darussalam on Cooperation in the operation of Telemetry Tracking, Telecomm, station for satellite, launch vehicles, and for cooperation in the field of Space Research, Science , Union M


Timor Leste a step closer to reaching AFF Suzuki Cup

Timor-Leste look good to qualify to the AFF Suzuki Cup in November after Henrique Wilson scored a brace against Brunei for a 3-1 lead in the first-leg of the qualifier at Cheras Stadium on Saturday.byFOX Sports AsiaBoth teams came into this match gunning to make only their second appearance at the r


No plans yet to bar foreign vehicles with unpaid summonses from leaving Sarawak — Ministry of Transport

On Monday, Transport Minister Anthony Loke had said foreign vehicles with unsettled traffic summonses would be barred from leaving Malaysia, and the move would start when the country implements the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) system at its borders starting this year.


Timor-Leste book AFF Suzuki Cup berth despite Brunei loss

FULL-TIME | Brunei 1-0 Timor Lestehave booked their ticket to the#AFFSuzukiCup18after winning their qualifier 3-2 on aggregate! Heartbreak for who came close tonight but just missed out.pic.twitter.com/79UIwsLUwe— AFF Suzuki Cup (@affsuzukicup)September 8, 2018


Cebu Pacific opens Piso Sale flight promo | The Daily Guardian

Manila to Bacolod, Butuan, Cauayan (Isabela), Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Cotabato, Coron (Busuanga), Davao, Dipolog, Dumaguete, General Santos, Iloilo, Legazpi, Masbate, Naga, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, San Jose (Mindoro), Tablas (Romblon), Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Tuguegarao or Zamboanga


Australia should ratify TPP 11: report

The TPP-11 agreement is between Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Peru and Chile, with the US pulling out of the deal when Donald Trump became president.


Sabah cops: No special treatment for Musa Aman

“We will give him time to recover, on humanitarian grounds, before visiting him,” he said.


Commonwealth collaboration: pathway towards a common future

Secretary-GeneralPatricia Scotlandunderscored the importance ofCommonwealthcollaboration in delivering progress and bridging socioeconomic gaps to ensure common prosperity among the 53-member states, during her lecture at theUniversiti Brunei Darussalam.The theme of the lecture was 'Commonwealth - r


Government moves to cement TPP trade pact

The TPP-11 agreement is between Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, Peru and Chile, with the US pulling out of the deal when Donald Trump became president.


China continues military expansion into heavily-contested South China Sea despite opposition

The heavily contested South China Sea, part of thePacific Ocean, is rich with natural resources.


PM says also shocked by news of Guan Eng's acquittal

When asked about a statement by the MACC expressing shock over the decision, Mahathir said: “They have a right to be shocked, I am too.”


Foreign currencies worth Rs 81 lakh seized, one held

Acting on a specific information, the officials of Air Intelligence Unit intercepted a 51-year-old passenger bound for Singapore and recovered Euros, US dollars, Singapore dollars and Brunei dollars in different denominations worth Rs 77 lakh, a release from Commissioner of Customs said.


UK warship sails near controversial Chinese islands, draws angry response

The incident occurred on August 31, when the HMS Albion amphibious warship was on its way from Japan to Vitenam's Ho Chi Minh City when a Chinese frigate accompanied by two helicopters were sent to stop it from getting any closer to the China's Paracel Islands, Reuters reported Thursday.


Trade Agreement Asia-Pacific Nearing End of Talks

Several months ago, members of the Associatioon of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) and another six countries of the region started talks to sign the RCEP, one of the largest commercial pacts of the world.


What Sept 16, 1963 meant to me

ON Sept 16, 1963, I was 13 years old and in Form 1 at St Thomas’ Secondary School in Kuching, about a month away from sitting for my yearend school examinations.


What is the govt's stand?

The Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad administration (1981-2003) went against all odds to enter the Spratlys by claiming Malaysia’s sovereignty on Swallow Reef in 1983, Ardasier Reef and Mariveles Reef in 1986, and Investigator Shoal and Erica Reef in 1999.


This Brand Is Almost As Old As M’sia—Here Are 2 Methods They’re Using To Stay Relevant

So what is it like running a brand that has been around for decades? We managed to chat with Jacky Chin, the Sales Director of Sissons Paints Malaysia, and learned a bit more about what the brand was like back then to now.


CPTPP must benefit Malaysia as well - PM

"We are a developing country, but there developed countries that are members in the CPTPP as well," Dr Mahathir said during a question-and-answer session at the Congress on Future of Bumiputera and the Nation 2018 on Saturday.


This is the Real Reason Why You’re Not Succeeding (Yet)

You’re always trying to reach that elusive peak, but the peak keeps receding from view. If someone offered you an insta-success pill, you would take it in a heartbeat.


Where can we watch the UEFA Champions League play-offs in Southeast Asia?

Teams like Ajax Amsterdam, Red Star Belgrade, PSV Eindhoven, Benfica and Dynamo Kiev are all vying for a place in the group stages of Europe's premier continental club tournament.