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PBS: NRD must fast-track setting up of DNA database
KOTA KINABALU: The setting up of a DNA database by the National Registration Depart­ment (NRD) should be fast-tracked to ensure that only genuine citizens are registered for MyKad, said a Sabah Opposition party.
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No more late birth registrations at state NRD offices
The Home Ministry has resolved to stop late birth registrations at state National Registration Department offices with immediate effect.
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Special task force to investigate MyKad syndicate
A special task force has been set up to investigate the issuance and sale of Malaysian identity card (MyKad) and birth certificate to foreign nationals.
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RM73mil for CCTVs in lock-ups
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of RM73mil will be allocated to equip police lock-ups nationwide with closed-circuit television cameras (CCTVs) by the end of the year, said...
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CCTV cameras to be installed at 756 police stations’ lock-ups: Liew
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 756 police stations’ lock-ups across the country will be equipped with closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to monitor detention activities and to prevent misconduct inv...
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CCTV cameras to be installed in 756 police lock-ups
A total of 756 police lock-ups across the country will be equipped with closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras to monitor detention activities and to prevent misconduct involving policemen, said Min...
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DAP says will support amendment to allow Malaysian mothers obtain automatic citizenship for children born overseas
PETALING JAYA: DAP has given its commitment to support a constitutional amendment that would enable automatic citizenship for children born overseas to...
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Furore over 30 demolished homes in Paya Jaras, and 8 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Body cameras for Malaysia's front-line officers
Malaysian law enforcers working on the front line, such as police and immigration officers, will be equipped with body-mounted cameras in a bid to curb corruption and reinforce professionalism.
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Malaysia to equip frontline officers with body-mounted cameras
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysian law enforcers working on the frontline such as the police and immigration officers will be equipped with body-mounted cameras in a bid to curb corruption and reinforce profess...
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Home Ministry lifts ban on Zaid Ibrahim's book
The Home Ministry has lifted a ban on a book by former law minister Zaid Ibrahim titled "Assalamualaikum (May Peace Be Upon You): Observations On The Islamisation Of Malaysia". The ban was lifted thro...
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Business of local barbers affected by foreigners with no valid permits
KUALA LUMPUR: The actions of a large number of barbershops, which hire foreign barbers without valid permits, have affected the income of other local barbers who have carried out their businesses lega...
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Muhyiddin to meet Immigration, Registration Dept top officials
All processes and standard operating procedures (SOPs) of key agencies under the Home Ministry are expected to be tightened and further measures will be taken to prevent its officers and staff from br...
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Pushing for amendments to provisions on citizenship
PETALING JAYA: The Women, Family and Community Develop­ment Ministry has called on the Home Ministry to make an amendment to the Federal Constitution to...
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Muhyiddin to meet Immigration, Registration departments' top officials
WASHINGTON DC (Sept 18): All processes and standard operating procedures (SOPs) of key agencies under the Home Ministry (KDN) are expected to be tightened and further measures will be taken, to preven...
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Left in limbo: Mothers speak of M'sian citizenship hurdles for overseas-born kids
Former lawyer S Naveena could not hold back her tears when speaking about the challenges she had faced fighting for Malaysian citizenship for her 18-month-old son.
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Malaysia plans to adopt early security screening system: Muhyiddin
WASHINGTON DC: Malaysia plans to adopt an early security screening system on foreign visitors with aim at blocking the entry of unwanted individuals such as terrorists, criminals and others.
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Govt mulls amending law on conferring Malaysian citizenship: Hannah Yeoh
PETALING JAYA: The government is looking at amending the Article 14 of the Federal Constitution to allow Malaysian mothers to automatically obtain citizenship for their children born overseas.
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Malaysia plans to adopt early security screening system – Muhyiddin
Muhyiddin Yassin WASHINGTON DC: Malaysia plans to adopt an early security screening system on foreign visitors with aim at blocking the entry of unwanted individuals such as terrorists, criminals and...
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Malaysia may allow mothers to obtain automatic citizenship for children born overseas
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian government is looking at amending the law to allow local mothers to automatically obtain citizenship for their children born overseas.
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Muhyiddin: Malaysia plans to adopt early security screening system on foreign visitors
WASHINGTON, Sept 18 — Malaysia plans to adopt an early security screening system on foreign visitors with aim at blocking the entry of unwanted individuals such as terrorists, criminals and others.
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Yeoh: Govt may amend law to give Malaysian mums right to obtain citizenship for children born overseas automatically
PETALING JAYA, Sept 18 — The government is looking at amending the Article 14 of the Federal Constitution to allow Malaysian mothers to automatically obtain citizenship for their children born overs...
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Three ministries in talks to push for equal citizenship application process
Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh saysher ministry is in talks with the Home Ministry and the Foreign Affairs Ministry onthe need to amend the Federal Constitution to...
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Forum calls for gender-equal citizenship rights
PETALING JAYA: A group has called on the government to make an amendment to the Federal Constitution to enable automatic citizenship for children born overseas to...
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Johor govt suggests MM2H enhanced to address surplus of luxury houses
ISKANDAR PUTRI: The Johor government is in favour of efforts made to promote the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme to address the problem of unsold luxury houses in the country.
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Home campaign for foreigners an effort to restore economy - Zuriada
The proposed Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) for foreigners to resolve the issue of unsold luxury houses is part of efforts to restore the country's economy, said Housing and Local Government Minister Z...
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Johor wants MM2H enhanced to address surplus of luxury houses in state
ISKANDAR PUTERI, Sept 16 — The Johor government is in favour of efforts made to promote the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme to address the problem of unsold luxury houses in the country.
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HOC for foreigners an effort to restore country’s economy – Zuraida
Zuraida Kamaruddin – Bernama file photo KEPALA BATAS: The proposed Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) for foreigners to resolve the issue of unsold luxury houses is part of efforts to restore the countr...
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Under fire, Zuraida says selling unsold homes to foreigners an effort to restore economy
KEPALA BATAS, Sept 16 — The proposed Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) for foreigners to resolve the issue of unsold luxury houses is part of efforts to restore the country’s economy, said Housing and...
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‘Yemenis cannot work on visit pass’
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) is against the government’s move in allowing Yemenis holding social visit pass to work in the country.
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MTUC: Govt should not allow Yemeni refugees to work here
PETALING JAYA: The Government should not sideline the law and the legal hiring process by enabling 10,000 Yemeni citizens holding social visit passes to work in the country...
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Plans under way to allow Yemenis to work in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: Ten thousand Yemeni citizens holding the social visit pass in Malaysia would be able to work under certain requirements which would be finalised soon, said Yemen’s Ambassador to Malaysia Dr Adel Mohamed Ba Hamid.
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Respiratory and eye-related illnesses on the rise due to haze
KUANTAN: Early findings on the effects of haze on health has shown an increase of 30% to 40% in certain illnesses.
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Malaysian government to re-table anti-fake news Bill
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The Malaysian government will re-table a Bill to abolish the Anti-Fake News Act in the next parliamentary meeting, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Dep...
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Anti-fake news law to be re-tabled
KUALA LUMPUR: The Federal Government will re-table a Bill to abolish the Anti-Fake News Act in the next parliamentary meeting, says Datuk Liew Vui Keong.
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Anti-Fake News Act to retabled, will pass even if rejected again by Senate
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will re-table a bill to abolish the Anti-Fake News Act in the next Parliamentary session, says Datuk Liew Vui Keong.
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Sabah deems temporary passes necessary to monitor foreign nationals
The Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS), which will be issued from June 1 next year, is aimed at monitoring the movements of foreigners in the state.
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Chief Justice heads federal honours list
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat headed the list of 42 recipients who received awards from Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah...
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Tengku Maimun heads federal honours list
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat headed the list of 42 recipients who received awards from Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah...
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795 conferred with awards in conjunction with Agong's birthday
Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah arrived at the Istana Negara this morning and was welcomed by Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ism...
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CJ, AG Tommy Thomas, IGP among those awarded ‘Tan Sri’ in conjunction with Agong’s birthday
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 9 — A total of 795 individuals will be conferred federal awards, honours and medals in conjunction with Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah S...
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King to confer awards, medals on 795 recipients
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 795 individuals will be conferred federal awards, honours and medals in conjunction with Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah’s off...
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Govt mulls excluding security forces from new scheme
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will consider excluding security forces from the proposal to stop making new appointments in the civil service under the permanent...
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Govt considering excluding security forces from new contract scheme for civil servants
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is studying the possibility of excluding security forces from the proposal to stop making new appointments in the civil service under the permanent and pension scheme, says Datuk Seri Dr Ismail Bakar.
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Concern over Sabah Temporary Pass move
KOTA KINABALU: The announcement by Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on the issuance of Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS) to foreign nationals has raised concerns among the people, says MCA.
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Temporary Sabah Pass shows Home Ministry’s earnestness, says Liew
BATU SAPI: The replacement of the IMM13 document for refugees from southern Philippines with the proposed Temporary Sabah Pass (PSS) is a reflection of the government’s earnestness to resolve the in...
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Minister: PSS shows Home Ministry’s earnestness
BATU SAPI, Sept 7 — The replacement of the IMM13 document for refugees from southern Philippines with the proposed Temporary Sabah Pass (PSS) is a reflection of the government’s earnestness to res...
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Muhyiddin: Johor Chinese school association deregistration due to 'technicality', to be rectified soonest
PUTRAJAYA: The deregistration issue affecting the Johor Chinese School Managers and Teachers Association is expected to be rectified "as soon as possible, '' says Tan...
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No compromise for those who stir sensitive issues: Muhyiddin
PUTRAJAYA: The government will not compromise with any party which stirs up sensitive issues by spreading information which could jeopardise racial and religious harmony, according to Home Minister Ta...
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No compromise for those who stir sensitive issues — Muhyiddin
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 3): The government will not compromise with any party which stirs up sensitive issues by spreading information which could jeopardise racial and religious harmony, said Home Minister T...
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Muhyiddin says detractors using race, religion, royalty to attack Pakatan govt
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 3 — Issues on race, religion and royalty have been sensationalised by certain parties to create the perception that the Pakatan Harapan administration is incapable of handling them, ...
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Muhyiddin: Poverty figures to be verified at Cabinet meeting
PUTRAJAYA: The government has attained great success in eradicating poverty but it should find ways to verify the United Nations findings on the country’s level of poverty...
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No spike in applications for MM2H scheme from Hong Kong
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the recent protests in Hong Kong, Malaysia has not seen a spike in the number of applications for the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme, said Tourism, Arts and Culture Min...
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Understand the context in which pariah was used by PM — Muhyiddin
PUTRAJAYA: There needs to be some form of rationality in understanding the context of the word ‘pariah’ used by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad when commenting on Lynas Malaysia Corp recent...
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Almost 3,000 unapproved copies of the Quran, muqaddam seized
ALOR STAR: A total of 2,996 copies of the Quran and muqaddam (recital guide) worth RM65,382 were seized by the Enforcement and Control Division of the Home Ministry (MOHA) in Kedah through several ope...
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Almost 3,000 unapproved copies of the Quran, muqaddam seized in Kedah
ALOR SETAR, Aug 28 — A total of 2,996 copies of the Quran and muqaddam (recital guide) worth RM65,382 were seized by the Enforcement and Control Division of the Home Ministry (MOHA) in Kedah through...
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Understand the context in which pariah was used by PM: Muhyiddin
PUTRAJAYA: There needs to be some form of rationality in understanding the context of the word ‘pariah’ used by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad when he recently commented on Lynas Malaysia ...
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Understand the context in which ‘pariah’ was used by PM, says Muhyiddin
PUTRAJAYA, Aug 28 — There needs to be some form of rationality in understanding the context of the word ‘pariah’ used by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad when commenting on Lynas Malaysia ...
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Govt to find ways to verify UN report on poverty, says Muhyiddin
PUTRAJAYA: The government should find ways to verify the United Nation’s findings on the country’s level of poverty as it has attained great success in eradicating it...
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IGP: Don't twist my statement on Opposition trying to weaken ruling party
PUTRAJAYA: Attempts to weaken the winning party in an election are normal, says the Inspector-General of Police.
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Muhyiddin: Don't overreact, find out context of Dr M's usage of 'pariah'
PUTRAJAYA: People should not overreact to the use of the word “pariah” by the Prime Minister recently, says Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
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No spike in applications for MM2H scheme from Hong Kong
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 28): Despite the recent protests in Hong Kong, Malaysia has not seen a spike in the number of applications for the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme, said Tourism, Arts and Cu...
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No spike in application for Malaysia My Second Home Programme from Hong Kong
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the recent protests in Hong Kong, Malaysia has not seen a spike in the number of applications for the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme, said Tourism, Arts and Culture Min...
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No spike in applications for MM2H scheme from Hong Kong
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 28): Despite the recent protests in Hong Kong, Malaysia has not seen a spike in the number of applications for the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme, said Tourism, Arts and Cu...
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No spike in MM2H applications from Hong Kong, says Tourism sec-gen
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 28 — Despite the recent protests in Hong Kong, Malaysia has not seen a spike in the number of applications for the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) Programme, said Tourism, Arts an...
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KDN detects image of artiste on Quran cover
ALOR STAR: The Enforcement and Control Division of the Home Ministry has detected a copy of the Quran with the image of an artiste on its cover.
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Carcosa Seri Negara cannot be sold, says sec-gen
KUALA LUMPUR: The Carcosa Seri Negara complex cannot be sold as it is protected under the National Heritage Act 2005, says the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.
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PAS accuses Penang DCM of being linked to militant group, after criticism against Dr Zakir Naik
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 26 — PAS information chief Kamaruzaman Mohamad today accused Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P. Ramasamy of being proxy to foreign powers including terror groups.
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HK residents welcome but MM2H screening applies, says tourism sec-gen
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Residents of protest-hit Hong Kong are welcome to apply for the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme but they still need to...
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519 arrested for terrorism up to July: Muhyiddin
The police have arrested 519 people up to July 31 suspected to have been involved in terrorism, Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin (above) said today.
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519 arrested for terrorism activities up to July – Muhyiddin
Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin speaking during the press conference in conjunction International Seminar on Religious Values in Preventing & Countering Violent Extremism at IIUM, Gombak.
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Separating real students from the fake
THE government has an open door policy with regard to the entry of foreign students into our educational institutions.
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Get a move on Causeway congestion, urge users
JOHOR BARU - While proposals from the Special Cabinet Committee to tackle persistent congestion on the Causeway here have received positive feedback, many are wondering when they will be implemented.
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Get a move on Causeway congestion, urge users
JOHOR BARU: While proposals from the Special Cabinet Committee to tackle persistent congestion on the Causeway here have received positive feedback, many...
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Mat Sabu sees big Warisan win if Kimanis goes to polls
KANGAR: Pakatan Harapan is confident that Parti Warisan Sabah stands a big chance of winning a by-election in Kimanis parliamentary constituency if fresh polls are held, said PH deputy president Moham...
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Warisan can win big if Kimanis by-election held: Mohamad Sabu
KANGAR: Pakatan Harapan (PH) is confident Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) has a big chance of winning if the Kimanis Parliamentary by-election was held, according to PH Deputy President Mohamad Sabu.
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Warisan can win big if Kimanis by-election held - Mat Sabu
Pakatan Harapan is confident Warisan has a big chance of winning if the Kimanis parliamentary by-election was to be held, said coalition deputy president Mohamad Sabu.
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Resolving Causeway congestion a priority for M’sia and S’pore
KUANTAN: Resolving the traffic congestion at the Causeway, especially during peak hours, is a priority for Malaysia and Singapore, says Foreign Minister Datuk...
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Resolving Johor causeway congestion a priority for Malaysia, Singapore: Saifuddin
KUANTAN (Aug 24): Resolving the traffic congestion at the Johor causeway, especially during the peak hours, is a priority for Malaysia and Singapore, said Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah (p...
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Resolving Johor Causeway congestion a priority for Malaysia, Singapore: Saifuddin
KUANTAN: Resolving the traffic congestion at the Johor Causeway, especially during the peak hours, is a priority for Malaysia and Singapore, according to Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
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Resolving Johor Causeway congestion a priority for Malaysia, Singapore, says foreign minister
KUANTAN, Aug 24 ― Resolving the traffic congestion at the Johor Causeway, especially during the peak hours, is a priority for Malaysia and Singapore, said Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
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Resolving Johor causeway congestion a priority - Saifuddin
Resolving the traffic congestion at the Johor causeway, especially during the peak hours, is a priority for Malaysia and Singapore, said Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah.
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Special committee to fine tune proposal on widening, lengthening of Johor Causeway
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 23): The Special Committee on Congestion at the Johor Causeway has agreed to fine tune the proposal for the causeway to be widened and lengthened to resolve the long-standing issue.
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National Social Council to review anti-drug campaigns
KUALA LUMPUR: The National Social Council is reviewing the effectiveness of drug prevention campaigns among teenagers by focusing on addressing the causes of the addiction.
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Wider Causeway just one step KL is mulling over to ease congestion
Malaysia is considering a slew of measures to ease congestion at the Causeway, including expanding the link, building a covered walkway and creating a shipping lane, it said yesterday.
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National Social Council to review anti-drug campaigns
The National Social Council is reviewing the effectiveness of drug prevention campaigns among teenagers by focusing on addressing the causes of the addiction.
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Wider Causeway just one step KL is mulling over to ease congestion
Malaysia is considering a slew of measures to ease congestion at the Causeway, including expanding the link, building a covered walkway and creating a shipping lane, it said yesterday.
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National Social Council to review anti-drug campaigns
The National Social Council is reviewing the effectiveness of drug prevention campaigns among teenagers by focusing on addressing the causes of addiction.
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Special committee to fine tune proposal on widening, lengthening of Johor...
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 22): The Special Committee on Congestion at the Johor Causeway has agreed to fine tune the proposal for the causeway to be widened and lengthened to resolve the long-standing issue.
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Special committee to fine tune proposal on widening, lengthening of Johor causeway
PUTRAJAYA: The Special Committee on Congestion at the Johor Causeway has agreed to fine tune the proposal for the causeway to be widened and lengthened to resolve the long-standing issue.
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Proposal to lengthen, widen Johor Causeway to be fine-tuned
The Special Committee on Congestion at the Johor Causeway has agreed to fine-tune the proposal for it to be widened and lengthened to resolve the long-standing issue.
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Home Ministry: Special committee to fine-tune proposal on Johor Causeway expansion
PUTRAJAYA, Aug 22 — The Special Committee on Congestion at the Johor Causeway has agreed to fine tune the proposal for the causeway to be widened and lengthened to resolve the long-standing issue.
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Malaysia mulls over solutions to Causeway congestion in first special committee meeting
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia is considering a slew of measures to ease congestion at the Causeway, including expanding the link, building a covered walkway and creating a shipping lane, it said Thursday (A...
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Mohd Zubil appointed new MMEA Director-General
Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (right) together with Home Ministry Secretary-General Datuk Seri Alwi Ibrahim helping Datuk Mohd Zubil Mat Som to pin his new rank as Maritime Admiral in a cerem...
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Give Zakir a chance to debate to calm situation, says Abdul Hadi
PETALING JAYA: Controversial preacher Zakir Naik should be given the room to debate to help calm the situation following his public comments on politics and race, says Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang.
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Zahid gives blessing to S'gor Umno to seek Ng's sacking as speaker
Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has given his blessing to Selangor Umno to seek the sacking of state speaker Ng Suee Lim.
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IPCMC Bill final discussion in September
PETALING JAYA: A meeting will be held with stakeholders on the Independent Police Comp­laints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill before Parliament votes on it in October.Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Liew Vui Keong said the rights of individuals to voice their opinions would not be sidelined in the process of renewing the law.
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Time M'sians stop fighting over petty issues, says Kadir Jasin
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are wasting too much time fighting over petty issues like Zakir Naik, when they should be resolving problems faced by the less fortunate here, says Datuk A. Kadir Jasin.
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Charge those who insulted the Armed Forces for sedition, says Zahid
PETALING JAYA: Apologising after insulting the Army is not good enough and those who insulted must be charged under the Sedition Act, says Umno president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
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Further engagement on IPCMC before Parliament decides, says Liew
PETALING JAYA: Further engagement with stakeholders on the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) Bill will be held before it is tabled in the Dewan Rakyat this October, says Datuk Liew Vui Keong.
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