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AirAsia: Search continues for jet with 23 Malaysian navy ships

Bad weather and strong undersea currents has slowed the SAR operations since the Airbus 320-200 crashed in the Java Sea.


Avant-garde from Asia

Heredia says the event will facilitate more exchange programmes within the participating countries.


Malaysia’s Sharia law costs non-Muslims their kids

Gandhi hasn’t seen her child since, even though a Malaysian civil court awarded her custody.


44 Nepalese workers arrested in Malaysia for rioting

The migrant workers turned violent at the factory run by a Malaysian firm JCY International.

Ranbir Kapoor

Roy in Malaysia

The last schedule of debutant director Vikramjit Singh’s Roy will kick off in Malaysia on August 28

MH17 crash: President conveys sympathy to King of Malaysia

Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 crashed after it was shot down by suspected pro-Russian Ukraine rebels, killing all 298 people on board.

21 students of Thane institute stranded in Malaysia, Sushma promises help

All were students of the SES College of Hotel and Tourism Management on August, 2013.


Top Malaysian court rules ‘Allah’ only for Muslims

Allah is the Arabic word for God and commonly used in the Malay language to refer to God.


Confirmed death toll in Malaysia boat accidents rises to 16

Both boats were overloaded — with one transporting 97 people, more than three times its capacity.


37 missing, 2 dead after boat sinks off Malaysia

Around two million illegal immigrants are estimating to be working in the country of 28 million people.


Malaysia vows to track down MH370; authors claim foul play

Authors from New Zealand claimed that the MH370 tragedy was not an accident. It was deliberate and calculated.


Malaysian navy foils pirate attack in South China Sea

The pirates fled the Singapore-managed tanker after navy patrol boats arrived before they could loot the vessel.


Malaysian police arrest three Islamist militants

The militants are linked to rebel groups, the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) in the Middle East and al-Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf.


Malaysia rules out releasing raw satellite data to MH370 kin

It was better for the International Panel of Experts to decide which information should be made public: Malaysian Transport Minister Hishamuddin Hussein


Trilateral talks in Australia on search for MH370

The discussions in Trilateral talks in Australia would be focused on how the search mission for MH370 should proceed.