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DTOX (Drive-Thru Oilchange Expert) is a first-of-a-kind drive thru car service center in Malaysia where your car will be serviced in 10 minutes, otherwise it will be free. Founded by Hendrik Tan and Chris Cheang, they plan to develop DTOX into a huge franchise as inspired by an American car servicing concept where there are 7000 outlets spread across the USA and Canada.
“It’s the people who will have to decide to resolve the issue. They want to have local council elections; they want to elect their local leaders -- if that is prevented by the federal government and the existing laws, then probably only a change of government could pave the way for local council elections,” said P. Ramakrishnan after the Federal Court made the judgment that the Penang state government cannot conduct local council elections. In Selangor, alternative initiatives have not progressed either. Whither the campaign to restore the third tier of democracy? This is a report by Alexandra Lok.
MRT Corp chief executive Datuk Azhar Abdul Hamid has tendered his resignation to shoulder the blame for a site accident in which one worker died and two others remain missing. According to the firm's corporate communications department, Azhar's resignation will take effect tomorrow - 20th August 2014. How important is is that a CEO has come forward to shoulder the blame? Tonight on the Evening Edition we're asking 'Is this the kind of accountability that we want to emulate in Malaysia?' Our lines were open.
Projek Dialog in collaboration with Article 19 will be conducting a seminar on religious freedom and social media this Sunday, August 24th. In the studio with us to discuss the role of social media and how it can be used for advocacy more effectively are Yana Rizal and Ahmad Fuad Rahmat of Projek Dialog.