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Malacca switches to LED travel lights to save power

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MALACCA, Mar 26 — The Malacca supervision is switching to light-emitting diode (LED) travel lights in stages in an bid to save electricity and towards some-more tolerable development. State Housing, Local Government and Environment Committee authority Datuk Ismail Othman pronounced a bid would be carried out by 4 internal authorities, starting with Melaka Historic City […]

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Kidnap victims to lapse home soon, says Wisma Putra

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In a statement, Wisma Putra pronounced a dual kidnap victims, Abd Rahim Summas and Tayudin Anjut, would be flown to Manila on a Philippine Air Force forgiveness moody before being brought behind to Malaysia. — record picturePUTRAJAYA, Mar 25 — The Foreign Ministry (Wisma Putra) is operative with a 1Malaysia Putera Club to fast move […]

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Centuries-old Penang museum to get RM20m restoration

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The 200-year-old state museum during Farquhar Street will bear a RM20 million replacement work from Apr 15 onwards. ― Picture by KE OoiGEORGE TOWN, Mar 24 ― The 200-year-old Penang state museum along Farquhar Street here will be sealed for a RM20 million replacement plan starting Apr 15. Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng pronounced […]

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Veterinary Dept: No new H5N1 locations and infections detected

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So far, 37,555 chickens have been culled in Kelantan, 15,348 eggs broken and 3,457 samples taken from 584 ornithology breeders and owners. ― Reuters picPUTRAJAYA, Mar 23 ― The Veterinary Services Department currently announced that there were no new locations rescued certain for H5N1 or a bird influenza and no new infections rescued over a […]

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Survey: KL is region’s cheapest city, Singapore many expensive

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Accodring to a ranking finished by a Economist Intelligence Unit, a cost of vital in Kuala Lumpur is a a lowest in Southeast Asia. — AFP picKUALA LUMPUR, Mar 22 ― Cost of vital in Kuala Lumpur is a lowest in Southeast Asia, according to a ranking by a Economist Intelligence Unit. The sister association […]

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As Malacca loses Kristang, Singapore organisation seeks to revitalise 500-year-old tongue

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Picture from Facebook display a organisation of Kristang denunciation students unresolved out after their category during National Library Singapore.KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 21 ― Kristang, a creole denunciation adopted by a descendents of a 16th-century Portuguese colonialists in South-east Asia, is failing in a Malaccan hearth today. A sizeable Portuguese Eurasian village still live there, yet there […]

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More than 31,000 patients still watchful for kidney transplant

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Only 1 per cent of a sum race have oath to be organ donors. — AFP picKUALA LUMPUR, Mar 20 — Kidney patients form a largest watchful list to accept an organ in a nation with 31,084 people. Deputy Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya pronounced a others watchful for organ transplants were 7 […]

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Raja Bomoh claims been safeguarding Malaysia given before independence

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Ibrahim’s rituals gained courtesy following a disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in 2014.KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 19 — Ibrahim Mat Zin, famous some-more popularly as Raja Bomoh, claimed that he had been safeguarding Malaysia from mistreat over a past 7 decades. Ibrahim, who pronounced that he incited 86 final week, told Singapore’s The Sunday Times, […]

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    University Election: An Untold Vendetta

    By   2 years ago

    In the wake of the brutal assault student leader of UKM, an alarming indicator has been reverberating throughout the nation on where the youth politics are leading nowadays. Just to keep you in the loop, local universities in Malaysia are entering election phase this month. With opposite factions of groups spearing contradicting ideologies, they determined […]

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    What is the 1 word can we use on ministers who make silly remarks?

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    By   3 years ago

    The number ‘1’ has become quite a mainstay in Malaysia these days, but if there is a ‘1’ word that can best describe some of our ministers, what would it be?

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    What makes a good leader and who can save Malaysia?

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    By   3 years ago

    A person who is trained and educated in political science, one who is born in an family of politicians or one who has endured multiple persecutions and probably experienced the pain of the people?

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    Is Nazir Razak really the humble businessman or a crony in disguise?

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    By   3 years ago

    The name Datuk Seri Nazir Razak is no stranger to Malaysians. In fact, he is the brother to the prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and the CEO of CIMB Bank.

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    Sovereignty of BM or just weak in English?

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    By   3 years ago

    In a recent newspaper report, the government spent millions of ringgit employing foreign English teachers to mentor our language teachers.

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    Malaysia import of low-skilled foreign workers the work of an incompetent and lazy government

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    By   3 years ago

    Everyone knows that the economy cannot survive if Malaysia does not import foreign workers. From construction workers to domestic helpers (sometimes called maids), they are everywhere. One only need to head down to Kota Raya on a weekend to see how many there are.

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    Are those handling the MH370 crisis capable?

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    By   3 years ago

    As Malaysians, it is very difficult not to be affected by the missing MH370 Malaysia Airlines jetliner.

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    MRT project causing more jams and congestion – WHY NOW?

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    By   3 years ago

    The Klang Valley is looking forward to the day the MRT or Mass Rail Transit project is completed which is somewhere in 2017. If everything goes on as planned and no delays (like klia2), then that should be the year all the problems and traffic troubles would be over. A year later, the next General […]

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      The evolution of political Islam in Malaysia

      By   1 year ago

      On Political realignment, Part 2 BY Liew Chin Tong, DAP Political Education Director and Kluang MP   I would divide the evolution of political Islam in Malaysia into three stages: Islamic revival/resurgent which culminated in changes in UMNO and PAS in 1982, the emergence of PAS’ progressive faction in 1998, and “post-Islamism” of 2015.   […]

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      What’s the point of voting for MCA?

      By   1 year ago

      KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 28: Two DAP MPs have delivered scathing rebukes on MCA’s silence over Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s involvement in the RM2.6billion ‘donation’ scandal, pointing out that if the Barisan Nasional component party has nothing to say, then it’s pointless to stay. DAP’s parliamentary leader and Gelang Patah MP Lim Kit Siang in a […]

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      Political “earthquakes” that realigned Malaysian politics (Part 1)

      By   1 year ago

      by Liew Chin Tong, DAP Political Education Director and Kluang MP   In the wake of an earthquake, tectonic plates will shift and realign. It takes time before gradually stabilising. In the process of seismic shifting, instead of hoping for a more stable surface, it would be better to reflect on the possible changes after […]

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      Challenges to Pakatan Harapan (Part I)

      By   2 years ago

      By Ong Kian Ming, DAP Serdang MP The new Pakatan Harapan How will history judge the third attempt at forming an opposition coalition in Malaysia? Only time will tell. But the newly formed Pakatan Harapan face considerable challenges in preparing to face the Barisan Nasional (BN) in the fight for the nation’s future in the […]

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      Pakatan Harapan signals new hope for opposition pact

      By   2 years ago

      (from left, front row) PKR’s Nurul Izzah Anwar, Lim, Wan Azizah, Mat Sabu, DAP’s Tan Kok Wai, and Amanah’s Salahuddin Ayub     – The Rocket

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      Explain judicial interference, Najib told

      By   2 years ago

      KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 20: Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak must explain his interference with the judicial process when he allegedly stymied the promotion of Court of Appeals judge, Hishamudin Yunus, the DAP today said. Lim: “Explain judicial interference, Najib.” DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang in a statement said Najib should come forward to clarify […]

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      DAP: Convene emergency meeting to appoint an independent auditor for 1MDB

      By   2 years ago

      Convene emergency meeting and audit 1MDB’s accounts, DAP urges 1MDB board of directors.

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      A brief history of press freedom crackdown

      By   2 years ago

      29 October 1987 – Daily newspapers The Star and Sin Chew Jit Poh as well as weekly papers The Sunday Star and Watan were suspended following the Operation Lalang initiated by former Prime Minister Dr. Tun Mahathir Mohamad in 1987. The Star was specifically targeted due to a weekly column by the first Prime Minister […]

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        Regaining the people’s confidence! Do our leaders know what they are saying?

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        By   2 years ago

        The recent cabinet reshuffling saw a lot of uneasiness and unhappy people. With the appointment of Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi as the new Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak hopes to have a collective government that works together without any differences.

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        Time to Take a Step Back and let COMMON SENSE Prevail – Selamat Hari Raya Malaysians

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        By   2 years ago

        As the Ramadan month comes to a close and Malaysians from all walks of life celebrates the Hari Raya as how it has been for the last decade or so. Observing the past few weeks on how things have been, any Malaysian will be able to testify that they have gotten tired of the political […]

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        UPDATED! Australia Polymer Notes Scandal – Najib and Badawi’s offices linked

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        By   2 years ago

        It seems that allegations after allegations have been surfacing against prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak as his name has been mentioned by another foreign publication. With the whole 1MDB saga involving the Wall Street Journal not subsided, the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) has reported that Najib’s office has been linked with a corruption […]

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        Malaysia Ringgit lowest since 1998 crisis

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        By   2 years ago

        For anyone concerned with the Malaysian economy would be closely monitoring the Malaysian Ringgit. This is because the Malaysian currency has been dropping like durians which is currently the season, isn’t it?

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        What is to make of Pakatan Rakyat now?

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        By   2 years ago

        A lot of critics have been saying that a ‘marriage of convenience’ like Pakatan Rakyat will not last. How true it was? The truth is, the forming of Pakatan Rakyat after 2008 was glued together by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and with him out of the picture, the alliance just fell apart. And who went […]

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        MIC – The Biggest MESS

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        By   2 years ago

        It was written in the stars after Datuk Seri G Palanivel became the president of MIC after Datuk Seri S Samy Vellu and now it becomes the biggest mess in Malaysian politics. In the latest development, Datuk Seri S Subramaniam and Datuk Seri G Palanivel are on loggerheads as they are practically ‘sacking each other’ […]

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        Nazri – The Minister who thinks he is God

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        By   2 years ago

        One person who is causing a lot of controversy all the time as a minister is the Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz, the Minister of Tourism and Culture. He is a war of words with the crown prince of Johor, Tengku Mahkota Johor Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim over some of the things he said. June 13 […]

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        Nga said Rosmah dominates PM and now he gets sued for defamation

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        By   2 years ago

        The prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor are suing Taiping MP Nga Kor Ming for defmation. This makes Nga the latest politician from the opposition who is slapped with such a suit from the PM. Datuk Mohd Hafarizam Harun, the lawyer representing Najib and Rosmah quoted that […]

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