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KUALA LUMPUR : A man was hacked to death by a group of men using machetes and swords near a restaurant in Puchong, near here, last Saturday.

Serdang police chief ACP Razimi Ahmad said the incident occurred at 8 pm last Saturday when the victim, R. Nagaiyan, 30, was walking in the area with his brother and friend.

"The victim was severely injured and he succumbed to the injuries at 10.33 pm the same day while receiving treatment at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre," he told Bernama when contacted here.

Razimi said six suspects aged between 25 and 40 had been arrested and remanded to facilitate further investigation into the case.


KEPALA BATAS : A man was believed to have committed suicide by hanging himself after killing his wife at Taman Mesra Indah, Butterworth near here, Saturday.

Seberang Perai Utara district police chief ACP Azmi Adam said R. Maphooh, 34, a Thai national was believed to have been slashed and stabbed by her husband, who is a local, following an argument, in the 4pm incident.

Azmi said the argument was believed to have started in a room and ended in a fight outside their house.

"The woman died at

KUALA LUMPUR : In conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration next month, the Road Transport Department (RTD) will deploy its officers in a special operation to nab rogue bus drivers.

RTD director-general Datuk Seri Ismail Ahmad said its officers will disguise themselves as express bus passengers and would be stationed randomly in an express bus to ensure bus drivers adhered to traffic regulations.

The special operation will start from Feb 2 until Feb 16.

According to Ismail, the

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will announce the recalibrated Budget 2016 at noon Thursday which will be based on the reality of the current economic situation.

The recalibrated Budget 2016, though necessary, will not in any way impact the people.

In fact the government, in deciding on recalibration measures, looked at optimising expenditure, reprioritising projects, stretching the ringgit and postponing some development expenditure.

It will avoid implementing austerity measures

Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem said tonight that he preferred to hold the 11th state election in April.

When launching an election seminar for the Satok state seat here, he said his preference for nomination day was April 18 and polling to be held on April 30.

The current term of the Sarawak State Assembly expires on June 30.

The Election Commission will decide on nomination and polling dates once the State Assembly is dissolved.

YAB Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

Deputy Prime Minister

YB Dato’ Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah

Finance Minister II

YBhg. Tan Sri Dr. Ali Hamsa

Chief Secretary to the Government of Malaysia

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I. Introduction

1. Alhamdulillahi Rabbil A’lamin wa biHi nastain. Blessings and peace be upon Prophet Muhammad SAW.

2. I begin by reciting the translation by the ulama with reference to the words of Allah Ta’ala in Surah Al-Insyirah that with each difficulty surely there is

KUALA LUMPUR : About 50 per cent of the bauxite-polluted areas in Kuantan, Pahang have been cleaned, to date.

Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department director-general Datuk Wan Mohd Noor Ibrahim said the department expected the cleanup would be completed fully by next month.

"The cleaning up must be done carefully to avoid tarnishing the surrounding areas.

"Nevertheless, monitoring from time to time will be made in the polluted areas to ensure the incident is not repeated in future," he told

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