06
Jum, Dis
0 ARTIKEL BARU

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 operation was conducted as many people opted for buses as the main transportation medium to return home during the festive season. 

"The officer stationed in the bus will evaluate the driving level of the bus driver and if they commit any offence, our officers will issue them the summons on the spot upon reaching the destination," he said as reported by Bernama.

He told a media conference after the launching of Kawasaki Road Safety Campaign at the southbound Sungai Besi toll plaza here Thursday.

Also present were Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, Kawasaki Motors Malaysia executive chairman Datuk Hanipuddin Raja Datuk Nong Chik, and Miros director-general Prof Dr Wong Shaw

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

PETALING JAYA - Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli is guilty of insulting Umno members in 2014 with the intention of provoking a breach of public order, under Section 504 of the Penal Code, the Sessions Court ruled today.

In delivering the verdict, Judge Azwarnida Ariffin said the prosecution had proved the PKR secretary-general’s guilt beyond reasonable doubt.

Rafizi however escaped disqualification as MP as the judge handed out a fine of RM 1,800. A fine of more than RM 2,000 would have caused Rafizi

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

SHAH ALAM : "You were swayed by your evil feeling to the extent of beating a 10-month-old baby to death...what you did was unacceptable."

These are the words of Shah Alam High Court Judge Datuk Abdul Halim Aman when passing down an 18-year jail sentence on a lorry driver who had caused the death of his nephew three years ago.

Abdul Halim said the court viewed the offence committed by Arman Tarlin, 34, seriously, as his action had caused the lost of an innocent live.

"I don't understand how

KUALA LUMPUR : The Dewan Rakyat is all set for the two-day special sitting to debate and adopt a motion of Malaysia’s participation in Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP). 

The motion is expected to be tabled by International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed in Dewan Rakyat at 10am, today. It will be followed by debates from lawmakers from both sides of the divide in the lower house. 

The winding up on the debate as well as the vote by members of Parliament on the

Lebih banyak artikel..