Month: July 2018

Many long-time PKR members resent the deputy president’s close relationship with Dr Mahathir Mohamad, says an insider. KOTA KINABALU: A PKR insider insists that the party is split into two factions, one loyal to party supremo Anwar Ibrahim and the other to deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali. The source, who identifies with the pro-Anwar camp,
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“What is nuclear medicine? Is it part of radiotherapy?” That was what I overheard a patient asking her relative outside my clinic door on one of my clinic days. Not surprisingly, despite these services being available in the country for more than two decades, many Malaysians still do not know what nuclear medicine is all
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DCEX uses Ripple tech, entering the crypto market as a brand new decentralized cryptocurrency marketplace with Ripple (XRP) at its core. According to a press release published yesterday, the San Francisco-based platform just opened registration for institutional and retail investors. DCEX Uses Ripple Tech The new platform was developed by the blockchain firm AlphaPoint and
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In a sea of sellers, a light has been cast on Verge (XVG). Huobi lists Verge, as announced Tuesday, causing the altcoin to increase nearly 5%. Here’s what we know. Huobi Lists Verge: Deposits Now, Trading Tomorrow! On July 31st, Huobi announced the listing of XVG as a trading pair. According to the post, deposits are currently
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In today’s edition of Crypto Daily News, we’ll cover the NFL’s latest deal in crypto, Thomson Reuters’ partnership with Crypto Compare, and Bitcoin (BTC) dropping below $8,000. Crypto Daily News: July 31st, 2018 NFLPA Strikes Crypto Deal Announced this morning, the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) plans to encourage its members to provide commentary,
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SEOUL: Generals from the rival Koreas met at their shared border for talks meant to ease a decades-long military standoff and build trust, Seoul officials have announced. The meeting comes days after North Korea returned the reported remains of United States war dead, the recent sign of blossoming diplomacy after last year’s threats of war.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Education is not to be trifled with, as knowledge is key to unlocking opportunities and creating agents of change. As such, a year after Petronas was established in 1974, it implemented the Petronas Education Sponsorship Programme (PESP) to invest in education and human capital development. With the tagline Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow, PESP
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This is being done to ease the burden of rural people, says Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg. Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg says the government is also providing a land premium reduction of 50% for housing projects in new resettlement areas. (Bernama pic) KUCHING: The Sarawak government will scrap ferry service fees throughout the
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The Ricecooker Archives, an independent treasury in KL documenting obscure or lost South-East Asian music and rock ‘n’ roll histories, will be presenting its first regional collaboration series with Indonesia’s Denpasar Kolektif’s Bergerak Bersama exhibition. The Bergerak Bersama touring exhibition, produced by the Denpasar Kolektif, is a visual record of DIY punk subculture and social
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MARACAIBO, Venezuela (Reuters) – Across Maracaibo, the capital of Venezuela’s largest state, residents unplug refrigerators to guard against power surges. Many only buy food they will consume the same day. Others regularly sleep outside. The rolling blackouts in the state of Zulia pile more misery on Venezuelans living under a fifth year of an economic
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