PM two day official visit to Brunei

KUALA LUMPUR, April 3 — Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin will undertake an official visit to Bandar Seri Begawan beginning Sunday in conjunction with the 23rd Malaysia-Brunei Darussalam Annual Leaders’ Consultation. Foreign Ministry (Wisma Putra) in a statement today said the short visit from April 4-5 is also to honour the invitation extended to the prime minister by the Sultan of Brunei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. This is Muhyiddin’s first meeting with His Majesty under the Annual Leaders’ Consultation framework. During the visit, prime minister will hold a meeting with Sultan Hassanal,… Read More

Ringgit melantun ke paras 4.1 berbanding dolar AS

KUALA LUMPUR: Urus niaga ringgit melantun semula ke paras 4.13 berbanding dolar AS ketika dibuka pagi ini, dirangsang oleh pengukuhan harga minyak mentah di tengah-tengah hasil bon AS dan dolar AS yang mereda. Data pembuatan tempatan yang semakin baik dengan menyaksikan Indeks Pengurus Pembelian Pembuatan (PMI) IHS Markit Malaysia mengembang kepada 49.9 pada Mac daripada 47.7 bulan sebelumnya tahun ini, turut menyokong pengukuhan mata wang tempatan. Pada jam 9 pagi, unit tempatan disebut harga pada 4.1385/1435, lebih tinggi berbanding dolar AS daripada 4.1440/1470 pada penutupan urus niaga petang Khamis. Ketua Strategi Pasaran… Read More

20 Top Documentaries About Parenthood

(Newsweek) Parenting is a magical, mystifying, and fulfilling experience, but it is also hard, lonely, and expensive. People often feel immense comfort in seeing others go through similar experiences. Whether it is the exuberance of watching our children grow and learn or dealing with loss and obstacles, we are never alone. Examples of these poignant and difficult family moments are everywhere, but nowhere are they more relevant or more accessible than in film, particularly documentary films. Lovevery compiled and ranked 20 documentaries about parenthood, using data from Metacritic and IMDb. Each documentary… Read More

Honda recalls 761,000 vehicles worldwide to replace fuel pumps

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Honda Motor Co said on Tuesday it will recall about 761,000 vehicles worldwide to replace fuel pumps that could fail and lead to engine problems. The recall includes 628,000 U.S. vehicles and covers various 2018-2020 model year Acura and Honda vehicles. Honda has received no reports of crashes or injuries related to the issue. The recall covers some Accord, Civic, CR-V, Fit, Pilot, Ridgeline, MDX, RDX and TLX vehicles.