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New Straits Times 3h
We must let the decisions made be explained and the Ministry and agencies responsible to execute those decisions as they see fit. If the end result is good, by all means proceed.
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New Straits Times 16h
Our economic survival and recovery depend on the ability of Malaysians to adapt to this "new normal".
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New Straits Times May 30
'Being a journalist taught me a lot and one of them was getting to know my father better.'
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New Straits Times Jun 1
Education is treated differently from commercial sector when it comes to resumption of operations
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New Straits Times Jun 1
The routine killing of unarmed civilians, mostly youth, demonstrates that and socioeconomic inequality are alive and kicking in the land of the free.
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New Straits Times Jun 1
Italy and Malaysia are bonded by solid and longstanding ties of friendship, mutual trust and fruitful cooperation.
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New Straits Times May 31
The aspirations will raise our hopes and expectations for better economic growth, fairer income distribution and higher human welfare, for all Malaysians, regardless of race!
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New Straits Times Jun 2
Driven by his strong humanitarian conviction and a caring nature, Datuk Ahmad often supported communities with special needs and strived to put those whom he met at ease with his jovial nature and charisma.
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New Straits Times Jun 1
Eid celebrations in this part of West Africa has always been a time for family. They don't do the open house concept that we Malaysians do, and which we miss so much this year.
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New Straits Times May 30
China and Malaysia need to become a model for political, economic stability and regional cooperation in Asia.
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New Straits Times Jun 1
In becoming a new normal, online or digital teaching is a viable alternative to conventional face-to-face teaching and learning.
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New Straits Times May 29
The time is opportune because once a certain sense of normality sets into our daily lives again, we may become too preoccupied to even think outside the box.
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New Straits Times Jun 2
The National Policy on Climate Change was approved in 2009 to incorporate climate resilient development policies at all levels of government. It contains several key actions that address DRR directly and indirectly.
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New Straits Times 15h
The EC is promising legally binding targets on member states to restore nature reserves.
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New Straits Times Jun 3
Due to , I take cognizance that taking care of personal is of primary significance at all times.
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New Straits Times May 30
Since it may take months for the tourism industry to recover from the effects of Covid-19, it needs all the help it can get to refocus, reinvent and rebuild.
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New Straits Times Jun 2
Millions of people are now unemployed in developed and developing countries. Malaysia is no exception.
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New Straits Times Jun 2
Convenience is becoming the option for consumers during restrictions.
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New Straits Times May 29
Health experts strongly recommend practicing several steps, known as SEMMMS to prevent the development of brain diseases and to keep the brain at its peak condition.
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New Straits Times May 28
The post-Covid 19 realm requires different ways of thinking and organising the world.
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