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The New Economi Model (NEM) launched by government has improved the quality of life of many Malaysian throughout the country. The rural population, particularly people in Sabah dan Sarawak has benefitted much from the gobernment rural development programme. Between 2010 and 2013, 4.5 million people have come out of poverty. The mean income level of a household has increased tremendously, hitting RM 2007 in year 2013 and expected to exceed RM 2,300 by 2015. Many lower income Malaysias from all communities has been empowered to increase their earning capacity by getting assistance from the Low Income Household (LIH) program and Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia (AIM) Initiatives under the National Key Results (NKRA). According to Datuk Seri Idris Jala, the CEO of Pemandu, 145,630 households has benefitted from LIH and 24,200 people benefitted from AIM initiatives. The government also has plans to create 3.3 million high income jobs under the Economic Transformation Programme and RM3.61 bilion has already spent last year to provide technical and Vocational Education to meet the above said target. With this, one can say convincingly that Malaysia is on the right track to reach the goal of

Malays do not feel ashamed of failures anymore, lamented Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. He admitted that he failed to change the mentality of the Malays in his 22 years as prime minister. “I spend 22 years trying to change the Malays but I admit I failed. However, there are a few success stories,” he said in his remarks after launching a book by Anas Zubedy on Thursday. Dr Mahathir lamented at the laziness of the Malays saying “if anyone asks me today, I would have to say Malays are lazy.” He said

LANGKAWI, March 17 (Bernama) -- The Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) and F/A-18E/F Super Hornet are among the platforms Boeing will showcase at the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) in Malaysia, March 17-21, 2015. Other key Boeing capabilities featured include the AH-6i Light Attack/ Reconnaissance helicopter and the ScanEagle from Boeing subsidiary, Insitu Pacific.

The MSA applies advanced, proven, fielded intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance