Putrajaya awarded RM100 million to company rejected by banks, says PKR

By LEE SHI-IAN
April 22, 2014

Putrajaya awarded RM100 million to company rejected by banks, says PKR PKR today questioned how Putrajaya awarded a RM100 million research and development grant to a company, which had been refused financing by banks. PKR's strategy director Rafizi Ramli... Read more

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Pilgrims dressed in traditional Bavarian clothes attending the traditional Georgi horse riding procession on Easter Monday in the southern Bavarian town of Traunstein yesterday. Since the early 16th century, farmers have taken part in the pilgrimage to bless their horses. This tradition, the ‘Georgiritt’, goes back to the legend of Saint George, the horsemen

Pilgrims dressed in traditional Bavarian clothes attending the traditional Georgi horse riding procession on Easter Monday in the southern Bavarian town of Traunstein yesterday. Since the early 16th century, farmers have taken part in the pilgrimage to bless their horses. This tradition, the ‘Georgiritt’, goes back to the legend of Saint George, the horsemen's patron saint. – Reuters, April 22, 2014.

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