09 May '18, 3pm

Photos of army vehicles, closed roads in Putrajaya not true: Inspector General of Police

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Pictures of army vehicles in Putrajaya being circulated on social media are not true. Some social media posts are claiming that Putrajaya is under lock down as the results of GE14 pour in. Related Story Sign up for ST Asia Report newsletter for Malaysia GE updates and other highlights in the region One of the pictures shows an armoured personnel carrier stopped at an unknown traffic light junction. Another picture shows camouflaged trailer transporters parked with a petrol station seen in the background. Several pictures were also shared, claiming that several roads in Putrajaya were closed to traffic. Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said the pictures and messages being circulated were fake. Meanwhile, Putrajaya OCPD Asst Comm Rosly Hassan said there were several road closures within the district, which wer...

Full article: https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/photos-of-army-...

Tweets

WhatsApp chats saying Singapore's land checkpoi...

straitstimes.com 09 May '18, 9am

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The excitement of voting for the first time was hard to contain for first-time...

Live - 2018 general election results

anilnetto.com 09 May '18, 8am

As 5pm approaches, apparently many are still in line in some places. Bersih has issued an announcement for people to remai...

Polls close in hotly contested #GE14. Follow ou...

channelnewsasia.com 09 May '18, 9am

Polling centres across Malaysia closed at the end of voting on Wednesday (May 9), in a closely fought election that saw Pr...

Malaysia GE: PM Najib fails to appear at Umno h...

straitstimes.com 09 May '18, 5pm

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - With almost an hour to midnight on Wednesday (May 9), Malaysian Prime Minister...

One for the true bandits out there.

sneakerfreaker.com 09 May '18, 5am

Back in the late 80s, Vans broke through the BMX ring with the Sk8 Hi — a popular model for riders with its much-needed an...

General elections: My prediction for tomorrow

anilnetto.com 08 May '18, 5am

How many seats can Warisan and PKR win in Sabah? Will opposition parties be able to win 51% of the popular vote in rural a...

via @ChannelNewsAsia

channelnewsasia.com 09 May '18, 8pm

KUALA LUMPUR: In a stunning result that made political history, the Pakatan Harapan (PH) opposition coalition crossed the ...

Police warn public against falling for scammers...

straitstimes.com 09 May '18, 9am

SINGAPORE - Scammers have been using a phone number that appears to belong to the Singapore Police Force's (SPF's) Crimina...

via

armyrecognition.com 10 May '18, 6am

Analysis and Pictures by Army Recognition online defense and security magazine editorial team about all the new military e...

Self-driving cars for country roads

Self-driving cars for country roads

electricvehiclesresearch.com 10 May '18, 11pm

Uber 's recent self-driving car fatality underscores the fact that the technology is still not ready for widespread adopti...

Pedestrian deaths up 46 percent since 2009, mostly due to bad design of roads and vehicles

Pedestrian deaths up 46 percent since 2009, mos...

treehugger.com 08 May '18, 1pm

Perhaps people might read the real data from the insurance industry and stop blaming distracted pedestrians. The Insurance...

Additional public holidays declared in Malaysia...

channelnewsasia.com 09 May '18, 10pm

KUALA LUMPUR: Chief secretary to the government Ali Hamsa on Thursday (May 10) announced that Thursday and Friday will be ...

Surabaya streets silent after terror attacks

straitstimes.com 15 May '18, 6am

On Sunday evening, thousands of people gathered in downtown Surabaya to denounce terrorism, the paper reported. GP Ansor, ...

#malaysia GE: Another 10,000 police personnel d...

straitstimes.com 08 May '18, 3am

In Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia's national police chief Mohamad Fuzi Harun was quoted by national news agency Bernama as sayi...