8 April 2020, Wednesday | 04:29pm


Palm set for worst week in 7 years, India’s curbs weigh


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm futures traded flat on Friday, putting them on track for their worst weekly decline since 2012 as India’s import restrictions on the refined product weighed.

India girl shot dead in suspected gang-rape as fury over sex crimes mounts


PATNA: A girl in eastern India was allegedly gang-raped and shot dead, police said Tuesday, the latest in a string of sexual assaults that has triggered angry protests across the country.

India to lift travel advisory on Kashmir two months after crackdown


SRINAGAR, Oct 8 — India will lift a travel advisory on the disputed region of Kashmir on Thursday, authorities said, two months after the government launched a security crackdown before removing the state's special status.

Yuna pakai persalinan kaum India dalam video muzik terbaharunya


JIKA sebelum ini video muzik Blank Marquee dan Forevermore menjadi bualan dan mendapat tempat di hati para peminatnya, kini penyanyi Malaysia bertaraf antarabangsa, Yuna tampil dengan video muzik terbaharu bagi lagu (Not) The Love Of My Life.

Report: Zakir Naik’s PR status under review


KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 16 ― The Home Ministry is reviewing the Malaysian permanent residency of India-born preacher Dr Zakir Naik even as police investigate him for incitement.

Pakistan observes 'Black Day' for Kashmir as India celebrates independence


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan observed a ‘Black Day’ on Thursday to coincide with India’s Independence Day celebrations, in protest at New Delhi’s decision to revoke special status for its portion of the contested Kashmir region.

Pakistan celebrates Independence Day but tensions with India remain high


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan used an address celebrating Independence Day on Wednesday to criticise India for its actions in the disputed Kashmir region that has long been a flashpoint between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.

Accused of denigrating Malaysian Indians, Zakir Naik claims only talking about his extradition

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 — Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik accused critics of manipulating his comments on the local Indian community last week to portray him as questioning their loyalty to Malaysia.