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PUTRAJAYA - Eight ministries achieved the 100 per cent key performance indicator (KPI) target under the Ministry Bumiputera Economic Empowerment (PEB) programme last year (2016), said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

They are the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry; Home Ministry; Foreign Ministry; Youth and Sports Ministry; Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry; Rural and Regional Development Ministry; Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry; and Women, Family and Community Development Ministry.

Najib, who is also Finance Minister, announced the KPI achievements after chairing the Bumiputera Economic Council (MEB) meeting, the first since the launch of the Economic Transformation Roadmap 2.0 and the Bumiputera Wellbeing Transformation (TKB) Plan on April 19, here today.

He said 93 PEB KPIs, which were endorsed by the MEB, had high impact, mosly based on results with a higher target set for 25 ministries, including the Prime Minister's Department for last year.

"We took note that the 23 ministries had reached at least the 90 per cent KPI target set last year," he told reporters after chairing the meeting.

The Prime Minister said the main

MELAKA - The Melaka government has stopped issuing family entertainment licences in the state to make way for a review on the existing licensed operators, said Melaka Chief Minister Datuk Seri Idris Haron.

He said the move was to identify the operators who had been abusing such licences by turning the outlets into gambling dens, although the state government had previously reviewed and issued the licences.

Idris also said the cessation period had not been decided as the state government

KUALA LUMPUR - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has condemned the ongoing siege of the southern Philippine city of Marawi by a group linked to the Islamic State (IS), which has led to casualties among government forces and the displacement of thousands of civilians.

He said Malaysia has full confidence in the Philippines' handling of the crisis and will offer its full support.

"The crisis shall not derail the ongoing Mindanao peace process," he said on Twitter and Facebook

KUALA LUMPUR - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today condemned the bomb attack at a bus terminal in Kampung Melayu, East Jakarta, last night.

"I am disgusted by last night's attack in Jakarta. Malaysians stand with the Indonesian people at this time," he said via his Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Coming so soon after the appalling Manchester bombing, Datuk Seri Najib said this new outrage shows that terrorism has no borders and knows no race or creed.

"My thoughts and prayers are

PUTRAJAYA - The Election Commission (EC) will exhibit the first quarter draft of the Supplementary Electoral Roll of 2017 in all State Election offices across the country for seven days starting Thursday (May 25) until May 31.

In a statement, the EC said it was in accordance with the provisions of Rule 14 (3) of the Election Regulations (Registration of Voters) 2002.

The EC had conducted exhibitions on the additional electoral bill for the first quarter of 2017 (ST 1 / 2017) from May 9 to 22

PUTRAJAYA - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that no Malaysians were involved in the recent two bombing incidents that took place at Kampung Melayu Bus Terminal, East Jakarta, Indonesia on late Wednesday night.

In a statement sent to the media today, it said that the Embassy of Malaysia in Jakarta is closely monitoring this incident with local authorities.

It also urged Malaysians who are present or residing around the affected area to stay vigilant and to report with the Embassy

PETALING JAYA - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak visited PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang at the National Heart Institute (IJN) on Thursday.

Abdul Hadi was admitted to hospital on Monday to undergo a heart valve replacement surgery.

"I was there for 15 minutes and had met Hadi's family and the doctors who were treating him.

"Alhamdulillah, the surgery went smoothly, he is now recovering," he said on his Facebook page on Thursday.

Najib also called on the people to pray for

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