Malaysian News Bulletin: Thurs 22/11/2012

We UNMC students love our campus news & gossip, but do we know about any current affairs outside of our campus bubble? Every single day, IGNITE will be bringing you a “Malaysian News Bulletin” with the top 5 stories we think you need to read.
Get informed with IGNITE!

Thursday 22nd November 2012

1. “PETALING JAYA: It is not impossible for universities in Asia to be more outstanding or on par with world-renowned tertiary institutions in the West like Oxford and Harvard, said Infor­mation, Communications and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.”


2. “SHAH ALAM: A Nigerian private college student today pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here to charges of cheating and attempting to cheat Maybank using the Internet, last September.”


3. “NANBAN: A 15-YEAR-OLD boy set fire to six huts in an act of revenge after his neighbours complained about his behaviour to his father, Malaysia Nanban reported.”


4. “PETALING JAYA: A man in his 50s from Kuching has won Magnum’s 4D Jackpot first prize of RM16.9mil when his lucky numbers proved to be the winning combination.”


5. “KULIM: A man has appealed to the Syariah Court to grant permission for his 12-year-old daughter to marry because she has refused to return home and wants to remain at her boyfriend’s house.”


Any stories we’ve missed that should be included?


"Zeal without knowledge is fire without light." - Thomas Fuller, 17th century historian

Comments are closed.