Despite that, such territorial dispute tends to undermine although it was on the brink of global warfare. Historically, the tension has occurred for centuries that includes militarizing, however, the failure to achieve resolution with each country backing up their claims have subsequently led to a prolonged dispute.
Logo used from to The paper was founded as The Straits Times and covered all of what was then British Malayaand Singaporewhere it was based. This continued when Singapore became part of Malaysia inbut upon its departure from the Federation ina separate paper published and based in MalaysiaThe Straits Times Malaysia, was established, whilst The Straits Times has continued publication in Singapore.
Bhd for the Malaysian interests. The newspaper also made history on 21 February when it became the first talking newspaper, promoting Dutch Lady 's Friso product, followed by AXIATA's page number domination in and in January it promoted Wonda Coffee "through five senses" on five consecutive days.
The first edition in the format was published on 11 November This lasted until 31 December The first edition in the current format was published on 1 Januaryin conjunction of the New Year. In addition, the website will be also refreshed on Marchwith an initiative for a stronger digital presence. It was earlier published every Thursday, and in the s, the section was published on Mondays and Thursdays.
On 1 August a decision was made to focus the Monday edition on the enterprise market while the Thursday edition focuses on the consumer market. Business Computing is also related to this section. It was a weekly section on Wednesdays, published from to As of 1 Marchit has been incorporated and merged into the Life and Times section.
Travel Times[ edit ] Inthis weekly pullout on travel in Malaysia was published in support of the government's Cuti-Cuti Malaysia campaign.
It became the Malaysian weekly newspaper pullout dedicated to publishing travel and travel-related news and features and has remained till this day Malaysia's only weekly travel newspaper pullout dedicated to tourism.
The first issue was released on 6 October and the first weekly issue was released on 2 October It was published every Wednesday when it started, and it was published on Tuesdays until 23 February as "Travel". The travel section now appears on Thursdays and is known as JOM! This new title is chosen to basically urge travellers to go out into the world and experience all its wonders.
Business Times[ edit ] The paper has incorporated the Business Times starting 1 Juneexpanding its business section and increasing its appeal among businessmen. Prior tothis is also the business section's name of New Straits Times. Not to be confused with the Singaporean newspaper of the same name.
Sincethey use News and Image Bank website to provide archived content of the newspapers.New Straits Times, which formerly known as Straits Times was the oldest newspaper in Malaysia founded in (NSTP, ).
Apart from that, there were also other newspapers which are in 3 main languages in Malaysia, for instance, The Star, The Sun, Malaysia Today, Kosmo!, Sin Chew Daily, China Press, Nan Yang and so forth. The new M4 Convertible replicates the performance figures of the new BMW M3 Sedan (fuel consumption combined: – l/ km [– mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: – g/km) and the new BMW M4 Coupe (fuel consumption combined: – l/ km [– mpg imp]; CO2 emissions combined: – g/km), but emphasises its stylish and distinctive appearance .
Last-minute rush to settle summonses SOURCE PETALING JAYA: Frantic motorists thronged police stations and post offices nationwide to pay and avoid having their names blacklisted b. The Malaysian Insider Jun 02, KUALA LUMPUR, June 2 — Most of Malaysia’s mainstream newspapers appear to have taken a hit since the May 5 general election for perceived biased reporting, Singapore’s the Straits Times (ST) said today.
The Star's dominant position as Malaysia's leading English-language newspaper has, for decades, been of significant benefit to its major shareholder, the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) political party (which ruled from the independence of Malaya until as a junior member of the Barisan Nasional coalition).
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The Star and The New Straits Times are two of Malaysia’s most read English-language daily and Sunday newspapers. Having given the task to observe and analyze both newspapers for a week; from the 15th of March till the 21st of March , many similarities as well as differences were spotted.