Tue, 23 Apr 2019, 4:29 AM
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Topic: Bukit Tinggi

PaulTan.org:
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Note to self: Get RFID done. If like me, you missed out on the Touch n Go RFID pilot programme last year, here’s your chance.
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PETALING JAYA: It is now easier to be part of Touch 'N Go's RFID pilot test community in the Klang Valley.
SoyaCincau.com:
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If you want to get your TNG RFID, Touch ‘n Go is now offering instant installation at nine shopping malls and hypermarkets in the Klang Valley.
The Star:
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Touch ‘N Go (TNG) is accepting new walk-in users at nine selected fitment centers in the Klang Valley, where they can get their vehicles fitted with RFID for free.
The Star:
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JOHOR BARU: A policeman acted in self-defence when he shot a man who went berserk and tried to attack another policeman outside a bank in Bukit Tinggi, Klang.
Malay Mail:
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JOHOR BARU, April 3 — Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun today defended the action of a policeman who fired several shots at a man who ran amok in Klang, Selangor yesterday.
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A man, suspected to be under the influence of drugs, was shot after he chased a policeman with a knife when he was unable to withdraw money from a bank in Bukit Tinggi, Klang on Tuesday afternoon.Sout...
theSun:
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KLANG: It started out as just another day for this customer of a local bank.
Malay Mail:
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PETALING JAYA, April 2 — A man who went berserk at a bank when he failed to withdraw cash from an automated teller machine (ATM) was shot by police after he attempted to attack a policeman with a kn...
The Star:
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KLANG: A man, suspected to be under the influence of drugs, was shot after he chased a policeman with a knife when he was unable to withdraw money from a bank here.
The Star:
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BUKIT TINGGI: Guardian Malaysia has recently celebrated International Women’s Day by hosting a special two days, one night stay at The Chateau Spa & Organic Wellness Resort for their a few selected influencers, YouTubers and 20 winners from their campaign.
The Straits Times:
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KUANTAN (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - In what appears to be a repeat of a 2017 incident, a group of people have taken off their clothes again in Bukit Tinggi while playing a motivational game.
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Thirty-four people have been arrested for stripping down to their underwear while playing a motivational game at a resort in Bukit Tinggi, Bentong.It was reported that the activity was organised by a ...
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KUANTAN: Police arrested 30 women and four men after they are believed to have appeared in public in their undergarments during a motivation programme at a resort in Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, yesterday.
Malay Mail:
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KUANTAN, March 20 — The police arrested 30 women and four men after they are believed to have appeared in public in their undergarments during a motivation programme at a resort in Bukit Tinggi, Ben...
theSun:
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KUANTAN: The police arrested 30 women and four men after they are believed to have appeared in public in their undergarments during a motivation programme at a resort in Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, yesterd...
The Star:
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KUANTAN: In what appears to be a repeat of a 2017 incident, a group of people have taken off their clothes again in Bukit Tinggi while playing a motivational game.
Malaysiakini:
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LETTER | Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia (GBM) condemns misinformation from certain quarters that maligned and mischaracterized the Women’s Day march on March 9 as advancing the LGBT agenda and turning ...
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KUALA LUMPUR: US Ambassador to Malaysia Kamala Shirin Lakhdhir today called for peace among Malaysians, saying the protest against the LGBT community should not lead to violence.
Malay Mail:
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 10 — Traffic was reported to be generally smooth flowing on all major highways as at midday.
theSun:
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KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic was reported to be generally smooth flowing on all major highways as at midday.
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PETALING JAYA: Batu Kawan MP Kasthuri Patto has called on the government to regulate and criminalise hate speech, following the Seafield temple fiasco and the recent death of a transgender woman in Kl...
Malaysiakini:
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MP SPEAKS | The rise of hate speech and hate crimes reflects the seriousness and urgency for the Pakatan Harapan government to formulate an action plan for these acts to be regulated and criminalised...
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PETALING JAYA: A group of NGOs has called for police guidelines on handling LGBT murders and crimes, saying punishment alone will not resolve the “systemic” violence against transgenders.