18 year old Eddy Choo clinched the Men's 50 metre Individual Pistol title which was Malaysia's first gold medal in the event after 30-years. The Bukit Jalil Sports School student scored 186.4 points on Friday to win the gold by a mere 0.7 points. Also of note, in the same event, Jonathan Wong claimed a bronze medal for Malaysia. Later in the day,
44 foreigners, mostly Africans, believed to be involved in various scams, were nabbed during a joint operation between the police and the immigration department, at Taman Sri Kuching in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur early this morning.
Thai protesters on Friday wrapped Bangkok's Government House with a massive national flag in their continued calls for Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to step down.
Air France, which started direct passenger flights between Kuala Lumpur and Paris this year, will increase the route's frequency from the current three flights to four times a week from June next year.
Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor, Syabas today assured consumers not to panic following its announcement yesterday on the water supply disruptions in parts of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur beginning Tuesday.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Malaysia will continue to implement investment-friendly policies and provide a conducive investment climate.
Samsung lost its bid to ban sales of older iPhones and iPads in South Korea after a South Korean court dismissed a lawsuit, claiming Apple had infringed on three of Samsung's mobile patents.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak held today tweeted that the proposed Singapore-Kuala Lumpur high-speed rail link will be finalised next year.
18 year old Eddy Choo clinched the Men's 50 metre Individual Pistol title which was Malaysia's first gold medal in the event after 30-years.
Thousands of die hard fans of Argentina's Boca Juniors club clashed with police on Thursday in downtown Buenos Aires, where they were celebrating Boca Juniors Fan Day.
Day 8 of the 27th South East Asian Games saw Malaysia make a clean sweep, of the 2 gold medals on offer, on the opening day of equestrian events.
Ho Mun Hua clinched a bronze in the men's nangun for Malaysia on the closing day of the wushu competition today.
National wushu back up squad exponent Phoon Eyin created her own history by winning Malaysia's 1,000th gold medal.
A couple in London, who had allegedly enslaved 3 women, including a Malaysian were released on bail today.