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Topic: Bandar Sultan Suleiman

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KLANG: Old rubber materials, mattresses and heaps of grounded wire insulations are among domestic waste fuelling a raging fire at an illegal dumpsite in Jalan Sungai Saim, Kampung Rantau Panjang.
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PETALING JAYA: First, the call of duty. Then, break fast wherever the job takes them, even if it means doing so by the roadside.Photographs of a group of firemen, who broke fast with a simple meal by a deserted road while putting out a fire, have gone
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SHAH ALAM, May 10 — Water supply disruption following three main pipe bursts near Banting-Taiping West-Coast Expressway (WCE) here is expected to be resolved by Sunday.
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KLANG: Repair works on all the three main pipes that burst near the Banting-Taiping West Coast Expressway (WCE) construction project are expected to be completed by 8pm on Monday (May 6).
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SHAH ALAM: A group of foreigners fled by jumping out of a building’s windows, hiding in dumpsters and even in the ceiling, when the Selangor Immigration Department officers came knocking on their d...
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SHAH ALAM: A raid by immigration officers today saw dozens of foreigners jumping out of their hostel windows, while others hid in dumpsters and squeezed themselves into drains to avoid getting caught.
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SHAH ALAM (Bernama): It was like a action movie scene when a group of foreigners attempted to flee by jumping out of a building's windows, hiding in dumpsters and even in the ceiling when Selangor Immigration Department officers came knocking on their door Friday (March 1) night.
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It was like a movie scene when a group of foreigners attempted to flee from authorities by jumping out of a building’s windows, hiding in dumpsters and even in the ceiling.
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KLANG: Two warehouse owners are among five people busted by the police over the robbery of RM3.6mil worth of heavy machinery and trying to smuggle them out of the country to a buyer in China.
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KLANG: Police here have busted a robbery gang for attempting to smuggle out moulding machines from a factory worth over RM3.6 million.
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KLANG: A robbery gang has been busted for attempting to smuggle out injection moulding machines worth over RM3.6mil which they robbed from a factory.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has lodged a police report pertaining to a case of a suspect, M Thinagaran, found hanged at the Selangor MMEA lock-up on Jan 13.
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PUTRAJAYA, Jan 18 — The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has lodged a police report pertaining to a case where a suspect, M. Thinagaran, was found hanged in the Selangor MMEA lock-up on ...
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A pregnant woman has lodged a police report over the death of her husband while he was in the custody of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA). The 31-year-old victim, M Thinagaran, a fishe...
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KLANG : Four policemen were arrested by their colleagues on Friday for allegedly selling 120 stolen household gas cylinders that they earlier seized in a robbery case.