Daily Archives: May 4, 2019

FAM launches Charter to monitor grassroots standard

PETALING JAYA, The Suparimau Charter launched by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) aims to set a standard for football academies as well as community and recreational clubs at the grassroots level.This is in line with the F:30 Roadmap launched...

Khairul ruled out of Spanish MotoGP after fracturing finger

KUALA LUMPUR, National Moto2 rider Khairul Idham Pawi of Petronas Sprinta Racing has been ruled out of the Spanish GP this weekend after fracturing the little finger on his right hand during Friday's free practice one (FP1).Khairul crashed at Turn

Malaysia lose to Canada but both teams through to Olympic qualifiers

KUALA LUMPUR, The Malaysian men's hockey team failed to live up to their nickname of 'The Speedy Tigers' when they lost 2-3 to world No. 10 Canada in the final of the FIH Men's Series Finals at the National Hockey

JDT down Felda to go five points clear at top of Super League

KUALA LUMPUR, The top two teams in the Super League - Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) and Pahang - experienced contrasting fortunes today, with the Southern Tigers downing Felda United 2-0 and the Elephants going down 0-2 to newcomers PJ City

Peng Soon-Liu Ying enter New Zealand Open final

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysian pair Chan Peng Soon-Goh Liu Ying today qualified for the New Zealand Open badminton mixed doubles final by beating Indonesia's Hafiz Faizal-Gloria Emanuella Widjaja.In the semi-finals at the Eventfinda Stadium in Auckland, secon...

Malaysia’s challenge fizzles out at Asian Individual Squash Tournament

KUALA LUMPUR, And then there was none.Malaysia's interest in the 20th Asian Individual Squash Championships came to an abrupt halt when their last three players crashed out in their respective semi-finals at the Nicol David Arena of the National Squash...

Ahmad Muaz bags men’s masters crown

PETALING JAYA, This one's for you, dad!Ahmad Muaz Fisol captured the men's Masters Open title, his first-ever, at the 40th Malaysian Open International Bowling Championships at the Sunway Mega Lanes here today and immediately dedicated it to his father...

EU palm oil ban not jeopardising revenue of SMEs

SHAH ALAM, The European Unions (EU) decision to ban Malaysian palm oil is not seen as jeopardising the income of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that produce products using the commodity.Deputy Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Hatta ...

Increase in financing for cooperatives depends on Bank Rakyat’s capability

KUALA LUMPUR, Any increase to allocations for the financing of cooperatives, and small and medium industries by Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Bhd (Bank Rakyat) must be based on economies of scale and the bank's capability.Entrepreneur Development Mini...

Supply chain study report out in July – Saifuddin

PORT DICKSON, The final report on the supply chain study of 10 popular goods is expected to be obtained in July, said Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail.He said the report to determine whether the