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Syndicates are now using e-commerce platforms to lure victims to work-from-home with the promise of easy money, says Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department (JSJK) director Datuk Mohd Kamarudin Md Din.
Work-from-home scams on the rise at e-commerce platforms, warns Bukit Aman
SHAH ALAM - A new scam is on the rise in e-commerce platforms, where victims including university...
In this photograph taken on March 20, 2022, school girl Marwa Ayoubi (R) and Madina Mohammadi study at a home in Kandahar. - The reopening of secondary schools for girls across Afghanistan on March 23 has triggered joy and apprehension for tens of thousands of students deprived of education since the Taliban's return to power. - AFP
Afghan girls head back to school as Taliban end ban
KABUL - Groups of girls headed back to class in the Afghan capital Wednesday after Taliban...
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Recruit fresh graduates amid recovery, employers urged
KUALA LUMPUR - A regional human resource expert has called on employers to recruit fresh graduates...
Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (centre) along with Umno deputy president Mohamad Hasan (left) and Umno vice president Ismail Sabri Yaakob (right) on stage together during the party's annual general assembly at the World Trade Centre. - Bernama Photo
Ismail Sabri wins the hearts of Umno leaders, assembly delegates
KUALA LUMPUR - After sitting for four days, the 2021 Umno general assembly that ended today saw...
Ras Adiba calls for inclusion for the Down Syndrome community
This year, the theme of World Down Syndrome Day is “Inclusion Means”, which calls for full and...
Human Resource M. Saravanan announced that the government plans to implement a minimum wage of RM1,500 soon. - Bernama Photo
RM1,500 minimum wage will be implemented soon, says Saravanan
SHAH ALAM - Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri M. Saravanan today announced in Dewan Rakyat that...
Medical personnel walk in the makeshift Covid-19 testing site in a residential compound, in Shanghai, China. - EPA Photo
Millions locked down as China wrestles worst virus outbreak in two years
BEIJING - China placed all 17 million residents in one of its biggest cities under lockdown on...
With some 750,000 new voters coming into the electoral role for Johor, how far will AVR and Undi18 impact the election? - Bernama Photo.
Marred by political apathy, how will Undi18 and AVR effect Johor polls?
JOHOR BAHRU - With the inclusion of Undi18 and the automatic voter registration (AVR) in the play...
A Sustainable Feminist Recovery
As the world moves ahead to mark International Women’s Day, the clock on women’s rights is...
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Being normal doesn’t make it healthy: How gender stereotyping harms all of us
On Feb 7, 2022, a Facebook post by Public Health Malaysia went viral for saying that a husband will...
Coconut milk. Photo for illustrative purposes only.
Coconut milk: Cholesterol culprit or victim of misconception?
A worker clears snow off a street in Beijing on February 21, 2024. - Photo by AFP
China issues highest weather alert as temperatures plunge
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Even children can have suicidal tendencies - Experts
Launch of the Rimba Razia Petting Zoo recently. Photo by Bernama
Businessman's passion for animals transforms into petting zoo in Hulu Terengganu
Azman said enforcement measures, including inspections, audits, and penalties for non-compliance, are essential for ensuring that regulations are followed. - Photo illustrated by Sinar Daily
Lorry crash: Tech is no magic bullet, responsible driving remains crucial - Police
Fully residential religious schools in Perak not allowed to use plastic bottles, packaging
Sultan Nazrin said the initiative by MAIPK and JAIPK to instil a culture of reducing single-use plastic usage should serve as an example for all departments and agencies in Perak. - Photo by Bernama
Oldest lipstick ever found discovered in Iran
Mineralogical composition of the oldest lipstick ever found. Photo by F. Zorzi/Scientific Reports
Journey along Merbok River reflects ancient Kedah Tua Kingdom era
Sungai Merbok, rich with various valuable treasures, attracts tourists from both within and outside the country.
Clearing the air: Asthma vs Bronchitis, what you need to know
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From warriors to queens: Meet Malaysia's princesses who led battles and shaped history
From Puteri Gunung Ledang to Princess Walinong Sari, Malaysia’s impressive princesses have captured hearts with their courage and beauty. - Photo for illustration purpose only.
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