KUALA LUMPUR, June 27 — The 1Malaysia People’s Takaful Insurance Group has paid out RM20.37 million to those BR1M benefits within half year of time. There had been 6,483 cases from January 1 to June 25 in 2014.
Deputy Finance Minister, Datuk Ahmad Maslan, mentioned the statement as a result of deaths from incidents engaged 476 cases worth RM14.28 million.
“For deaths that are typical, i- BR1M has paid out RM6 million regarding 6,004 circumstances. For incidents on account of crashes the party has settled RM90,000,” he explained. Continue reading
World Cup 2014 is going to kick off on 12 June to 13 July 2014 and you can watch the opening match between Brazil and Croatia live over TV1 this Friday at 4am!
RTM will bring you few games to your television, these included live and repeated playback, on TV1 and TV2. RTM is bringing total of 35 matches broadcast – 24 of them is live telecasts and 11 delayed telecasts.
RTM expects to have 3 millions viewer for each world cup game.
The digital TV known as Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT) – an advancement of analog television shall reach to 2 millions BR1M recipients in 2015 next year. They can enjoy HD content with the distribution of a set-top boxes. BR1M 2015 believed will begin in January 2015.
The set-top boxes will only cost a few hundred ringgit, said deputy project director of Puncak Semangat Mohamed Redzwan.
Staying up late tips for Malaysian football fans :
- Avoid coffee, take fruits instead. It’s good for your body.
- Minimum coffee is fine.
- Never lay down to stay awake.
- Do some activities that require thinking to distract yourself from being sleepy, like playing mobile games
In the investigation going on with KMM, Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia has found 2 products contain porcine :
i) Cadbury Dairy Milk Hazelnut (expired date on 13 November 2014)
ii) Cadbury Dairy Milk Roast Almond (expired date on 15 January 2015)
Thomas cup 2014 final : Malaysia vs Japan
After a 12 year long wait finally Malaysia managed to get a spot into the final in the Thomas Cup. Malaysia team beat Indonesia easily with aggregate of 3-0.
Malaysia will encounter with Japan in the Siri Fort Arena, India.
Malaysia’s badminton superstar Datuk Lee Chong Wei defeated Tommy Sugiarto 21-19, 21-13 in the first singles while first doubles Tan Bo on Heong/Hoon Thien How chalked a victory over world no.1 double Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan 21-19, 8-21, 32-21. Continue reading
KUALA LUMPUR: The 1Malaysia People’s Aid (BR1M) has helped low income earners with the increasing cost of living, but its continuance will further “cause” inflation in the system, said an economist.
Instead BR1M had pushed consumer costs to higher amounts, said BIMB Securities economist Imran Nurginias Ibrahim, of supplying a multiplier effect on the real side of the market.
“Although it’s well received and very popular, BR1M is, in part, fuelling an inflation phenomena, including demand-induced inflation, as traders and firms take advantage by increasing their costs, as can be found in recent months.”
BR1M batch 2014 appeal application has been extended until 31 May. Until 20th of April, about 246,000 appeal applications were submitted.
“So on this appeal, they must enclose supporting documents together with the BR1M appeal form to prove that they are in eligible for the BR1M aid assistance,” Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan told the reporter today.
“Until now, the government is allocating RM3.4 billion to about 6.5 million BR1M recipients across the country, so any individuals who feel they are entitled to receive the aid please appeal before May 31,” he said.