That’s the advice former national team coach Dollah Salleh has for the national team ahead of their crunch tie against Vietnam in the second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup final at the My Dinh Stadium in Hanoi tonight. “We have a formidable attack force who I think can play better if they fed with quality ball. “I can see the player’s commitment from the way they mount a comeback to hold Vietnam for the 2-2 draw. It’s a tough match but I believe the Harimau Malaya have it in them to spring an upset,” said Dollah. Related stories:Farizal keeps Harimau Malaya walking the talkDiehard fans sell their prized memorabilia to fund their tripStriker Anh Duc urges Vietnam to ignore criticismAFF Suzuki Cup second leg final
December 15, 2018 00:45 UTC
For UEM Sunrise Bhd , its tie-up with Hyatt is seen as an opportunity to venture into the hospitality sector and diversify its property development business, says managing director and chief executive officer Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib. HHKL is part of UEM Sunrise’s Arcoris Mont’Kiara development which has a gross development value of RM1.2bil. Anwar emphasises that having a reputable partner is crucial, especially when it comes to business diversification. New income stream: Anwar says the tie-up with Hyatt is an opportunity for UEM Sunrise to explore other forms of income. “It’s all focused towards our core business of property development as well as our role as master developer in Johor.
December 15, 2018 00:45 UTC
Veteran striker Nguyen Anh Duc has urged his teammates to ignore the criticism hurled against them for their performance in the first leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup final against Malaysia on Tuesday and restore the faith of their home fans by winning the trophy. Vietnam will clash with Malaysia in the second leg final at the MyDinh Stadium tonight (8.30pm Malaysian time). “I want to give the fans the AFF Suzuki Cup. Vietnam last won the AFF Suzuki Cup in 2008 when they beat Thailand 3-2 on aggregate. Related stories:Feed the strikers the ball, urges DollahFarizal keeps Harimau Malaya walking the talkDiehard fans sell their prized memorabilia to fund their tripAFF Suzuki Cup second leg final
December 15, 2018 00:33 UTC
If you have ever started a business of your own, you would be able to identify the following symptoms. My journey with Alliance Cosmetics is finally coming to an end as it has been sold to a new owner, Mandom Corporation, Japan. Our honest and diligent purchasing team headed by Joanna built a network of trust and integrity with our world wide suppliers. Alliance Cosmetics have been managed by a professional team headed by our CEO Chee Eng since 2012. Just remember that friendships remain long after your business journey has ended.
December 15, 2018 00:22 UTC
However, with just under 50 malls being surveyed, does this depict a clear enough picture of the health of the local retail sector? PPK Malaysia president Tan Sri Teo Chiang Kok is cautiously optimistic about the outlook of the local retail sector next year. “For the last quarter of this year, the retail growth rate has been revised upwards slightly from 4.3% (estimated in September 2018) to 4.7%. Not without challengesDespite the positive outlook, however, he admits that the local retail property market is not without its challenges, says Teo. “In contrast, store-based retail sales achieved an annual growth rate of 3.2%.
December 15, 2018 00:22 UTC
E-COMMERCE giant and Chinese conglomerate Alibaba Group is opening its first retail store in South-East Asia in Malaysia. Bringing the online shopping experience offline is Lumahgo Sdn Bhd in collaboration with Tmall World – a spinoff of Taobao – and lifestyle furniture retailer, Lorenzo. Occupying 500sq ft of retail space, the Lumahgo X Taobao Selection store is on the first floor of Viva Home Shopping Mall, Kuala Lumpur. With this partnership, Tmall will promote Malaysian furniture to the world under a multi brand flagship store run by Lumahgo. A second 15,000 sq ft Tabao Selection store is slated to open in January next year in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
December 15, 2018 00:00 UTC
Sex worker Arika Mohd Sharif, 47, said the lives of transgender women were often fraught with various threats and challenges that forced them to live in the shadows. Most also become estranged from their families who refuse to accept them for what they are, resulting in them becoming sex workers and open to abuse and assault. Her friend Lala, 20, said transgender women who walk the streets have to be cautious at all times given the level of hatred shown to them. Social worker Jessie Rajendran who helps the transgender sex workers in the Chow Kit area says sometimes the attacks on the women are pre-planned. Following the incident, Nisha admitted that she has been living in fear of being publicly attacked by random assailants.
December 14, 2018 23:37 UTC
Sadly, MAHB doesn’t share the same spirit – they’re still charging RM35 airport tax!” he wrote. The meme adds fuel to some KLIA2 passengers’ unhappiness over the fact that MAHB collects that same airport tax for both KLIA and KLIA2. “How do you justify the same airport tax for both? He pointed out that some people mistakenly believe that the airlines pay the airport tax. They, therefore, are not bothered by how much the KLIA2 airport tax is.
December 14, 2018 23:26 UTC
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek champions AEK Athens were ordered to reimburse Bayern Munich 32,880 euros ($37,144) for a ticket price violation in their Champions League Game in Athens in October, European soccer's governing body said on Friday. It also warned AEK over the ticket price violation. They lost 2-0 to Bayern in Athens on Oct. 23. In a separate case UEFA fined the Greek Football Federation 10,000 euros for racist behaviour by Greece fans during their team's 1-0 defeat to Estonia in the Nations League last month. Pictures from that match at Athens' Olympic stadium showed groups of home fans holding up a banner with a Nazi symbol while others burned a Turkish flag.
December 14, 2018 17:03 UTC
The Premier League released a statement on Friday calling for respect. "Some brilliant football has been played this Premier League season and the vast majority of fans have generated exciting and passionate atmospheres in stadiums. So we won't stop fighting it. We won't stop reporting it. The Premier League said that any fans who witnessed unacceptable behaviour should report it to a steward or to Kick It Out.
December 14, 2018 16:30 UTC
KLANG: Four people including three teenagers have been arrested over the brutal murder of a transgender woman here.South Klang police chief Assistant Commissioner Shamsul Amar Ramli said they initially arrested a 19-year-old male suspect at around 10pm on Thursday (Dec 13). "In a follow up operations about five hours later, we arrested a 21-year-old man. "We have remanded the two suspects for six days and will apply for remand on the other two suspects tomorrow (Dec 15). "Investigations revealed the motive for the murder was theft. She also had severe head injuries.
December 14, 2018 15:53 UTC
PETALING JAYA: In the wake of the recent mass defections of Umno Members of Parliament and assemblymen from the party, Rafizi Ramli has written an open letter to Khairy Jamaluddin in a sympathetic show of solidarity. Life as opposition MPs feels so hard, having been government MPs for so long,” he said. And it is for that reason that he hopes Khairy will remain in Umno and help the party to become an effective opposition. So diva, this open letter,” he joked. Diva betul open letter ni.
December 14, 2018 15:22 UTC
TAMPIN (Bernama): The bomb threat at the Tampin Hospital on Friday (Dec 14) turned out to be a hoax.The police gave the “all clear” at 9.50am after a thorough search of the double-storey building by 14 members of the Negri Sembilan police bomb disposal unit and a sniffer dog from the K9 unit with two handlers for about an hour from 8.40am.Tampin police chief Supt Ramli Kasa said the hospital emergency division received a telephone call over the bomb threat at 5.50am and the police were notified by Tampin Hospital director Dr Norzaliza Razali.“We conducted a thorough check, including looking in the toilets and into refuse bins, but did not find any object suspected to be a bomb as the caller had claimed,” he told reporters.Also present were Negri Sembilan Health, Environment, Cooperatives and Consumerism Committee chairman S. Veerapan, Negri Sembilan Fire and Rescue Department director Norazam Khamis and Dr Norzaliza.Supt Ramli said the police were tracing the caller and warned of firm action because it involved disturbing public order.Norazam said the Fire and Rescue Department deployed 29 officers and personnel from the Tampin, Rembau and Seremban 2 stations and a hazardous materials (hazmat) unit.In SEREMBAN, Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the Health Ministry viewed the matter seriously and wanted the authorities to bring the culprit to book.There were 90 patients, 14 of whom were in critical condition, and 189 staff at the hospital at the time, he said, adding that the hoax had put them in jeopardy. - BernamaRelated story:Bomb threat at Tampin Hospital
December 14, 2018 14:37 UTC
(Reuters) - Liverpool right back Nathaniel Clyne could make his first Premier League start of the season against rivals Manchester United on Sunday as boss Juergen Klopp looks to manage a defensive injury crisis. Crisis is only a crisis if you feel it," Klopp told a news conference on Friday. "Trent is not as serious as the other two boys, but it's not top class news. While midfielder James Milner could fill in at right back, Klopp said Clyne could be ready to make his first league appearance since May. "I've been aware of the criticism but when we analyse and switch off the sound there is a lot of quality, technique, strength," Klopp said.
December 14, 2018 14:15 UTC
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's public prosecutor has filed an accusation of tax fraud against Colombian singer Shakira, the prosecutor's spokesman said. The prosecutor alleges she avoided more than 14.5 million euros ($16.34 million) in payments over a three-year period in which she lived in the north-eastern region of Catalonia, Europa Press reported. It is the latest case of a high-profile figure being accused of avoiding paying tax in Spain, following investigations into footballers Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. ($1 = 0.8873 euros)(Reporting by Rodrigo de Miguel, writing by Isla Binnie, editing by Paul Day)
December 14, 2018 13:52 UTC