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Topic: Hulu Perak

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Is Perak denying the land rights of the Orang Asli?
COMMENT | Answers to frequently asked questions on the Perak Orang Asli 'ancestral land' issue.
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Perak constitution does not recognise customary land
IPOH (July 30): Perak has no customary land (tanah adat) for any ethnic group including the Orang Asli, said Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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Perak has no customary land for Orang Asli: MB
IPOH: Perak has no customary land (tanah adat) for any ethnic group including the Orang Asli, said Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu (pix).
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‘Adat’ land not in state constitution, says Perak MB
IPOH: The Perak state constitition does not provide for customary land (tanah adat) for any indigeneous or ethnic group, including the Orang Asli, according to the menteri besar, Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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State constitution does not recognise customary land - Perak MB
Perak has no customary land (tanah adat) for any ethnic group including the Orang Asli, said Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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No such thing as Orang Asli ancestor land in the state, Perak MB told NGOs
IPOH, July 29 — Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu today said that there is no such thing as ancestral land for Orang Asli under the state constitution.
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Family planning methods fully explained to women beforehand - minister
All women, including those from the Orang Asli community, are briefed beforehand before being administered medicine as part of the government family planning initiative, Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahma...
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'We had no choice': Orang Asli women claim subjected to unwanted birth control medication
KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 — Orang Asli women are claiming they have been subjected to unwanted family planning by health authorities, who injected them with medication which they say has both short and l...
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Orang Asli demand to be left alone by Islamic preachers
KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 — The Orang Asli community from Gerik in Hulu Perak have asked to be left alone by religious preachers after claiming to being ‘Islamised’ without their consent.
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Competing with elephants
SAHABAT Alam Malaysia (SAM) refers to the upcoming elephant sanctuary in Kota Tinggi, Johor, known as the Kampung Panti Elephant Sanctuary and another proposed sanctuary to be built in Hulu Perak.
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Perak MB says not pressured by Orang Asli community's demands
Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu said he is not feeling pressured by the Orang Asli community’s demand for the state government to approve 12,456 hectares of customary land.
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Perak MB ‘not pressured’ by Orang Asli land demands
TAPAH: Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu said he is not feeling pressured by the Orang Asli community’s demand for the state government to approve customary rights over 12,456 hectares of fores...
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Perak MB not pressured by Orang Asli community’s demands
TAPAH, May 18 — Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu said he is not feeling pressured by the Orang Asli community’s demand for the state government to approve 12,456 hectares of customary la...
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Perak’s RM1.32m pipeline to Gerik village gets water flowing from taps again
IPOH, May 16 — For residents of Kampung Ayer Ganda in Gerik, Hulu Perak, the days of uncertainty when they turned on their taps only to have nothing flowing out is a thing of the past.
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New pipeline brings fresh water to Kampung Air Ganda ahead of schedule
IPOH: Villagers in Kampung Air Ganda in Hulu Perak, deprived of tap water after a case of arsenic poisoning, can now enjoy fresh water with the completion of a new water pipe project, says Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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Water with arsenic in Gerik safe for washing, says deputy health minister
IPOH, April 28 — Deputy Heath Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye assured Perakians in Gerik today that they will not be harmed using arsenic-laced water as long as they don’t drink it.
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MB hopeful water treatment plant can resume operation soon
IPOH: The Ayer Ganda water treatment plant in Hulu Perak is expected to resume operation as the Deputy Health Minister has said the treated water is safe for external use, says Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.The Mentri Besar said he had met with Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar and was told that an advisory from the Health Ministry was needed to revoke the shutting down of the plant.
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Perak MB urges Putrajaya to reopen Air Ganda water treatment plant
IPOH, April 26 ― The Perak state government is appealing to the Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry to reopen the Ayer Ganda water treatment plant in Gerik.
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Perak MB: Kg Air Ganda to get arsenic-free tap water before Raya
IPOH: Residents of Kampung Air Ganda in Hulu Perak can expect arsenic-free tap water soon as the new water pipe project there is scheduled for completion before Hari Raya in June, says Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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Kampung Air Ganda villagers to get running water this Hari Raya
IPOH, April 19 — Taps at Kampung Air Ganda in Temenggor, Hulu Perak, that had been shut due to water pollution since early this month, will flow again...
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Ayer Ganda water treatment plant still inoperable — SPAN
KUALA LUMPUR (April 18): The Ayer Ganda Water Treatment Plant (WTP) which was shut down on April 9, has not been allowed to resume operations as there is still arsenic residue in its raw water source.
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Perak water treatment plant still inoperable, says SPAN
KUALA LUMPUR: The Ayer Ganda water treatment plant which was shut down on April 9 has not been allowed to resume operations as there is still arsenic residue in its raw water source.
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Ayer Ganda water treatment plant still inoperable — SPAN
KUALA LUMPUR (April 17): The Ayer Ganda Water Treatment Plant (WTP) which was shut down on April 9, has not been allowed to resume operations as there is still arsenic residue in its raw water source.
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Arsenic pollution: Ayer Ganda water treatment plant still inoperable
The Ayer Ganda Water Treatment Plant which was shut down on April 9 has not been allowed to resume operations as there is still arsenic residue in its raw water source.
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SPAN: Ayer Ganda Water Treatment Plant still inoperable
KUALA LUMPUR, April 17 — The Ayer Ganda Water Treatment Plant (WTP) which was shut down on April 9, has not been allowed to resume operations as there is still arsenic residue in its raw water sourc...
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Ayer Ganda water plant may reopen before Ramadan, Perak MB says
IPOH, April 15 — Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu said today that the state and the federal government are reviewing a plan to reopen the Ayer Ganda water treatment plant in Hulu Per...
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Villagers affected by water treatment plant shutdown
GERIK: Residents of Kampung Air Ganda Temenggor, Hulu Perak, are struggling with water shortage after the Ayer Ganda water treatment plant was ordered shut by the National Water Services Commission (SPAN).
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Perak Water Board: Gerik water treatment plant was closed on Tuesday (April 9)
IPOH: The water treatment plant in Ayer Ganda, in Gerik, was shut down two days ago, says the Perak Water Board (LAP).
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SPAN orders shutdown of Ayer Ganda treatment plan
KUALA LUMPUR: The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) has hit out at the Perak Water Board (LAP) and ordered the immediate shutdown of the Ayer Ganda water treatment plant in Gerik, after traces...
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Arsenic poisoning in Gerik water plant, facility ordered to shut down immediately
KUALA LUMPUR: The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) has ordered the immediate shutdown of the Ayer Ganda, Gerik water plant treatment centre, after traces of arsenic poisoning was discovered.
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Perak MB heads task force on Sg Rui arsenic poisoning
Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu is heading a task force to investigate arsenic poisoning in Sungai Rui.
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Perak MB heads task force on arsenic poisoning in Sungai Rui, freezes logging
IPOH, April 10 — The Perak government has formed a task force to investigate arsenic poisoning in Sungai Rui, Gerik that has raised cancer fears among residents.
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Task force to check on arsenic in river water supplies to 1,000 villages
LENGGONG: The Mineral and Geoscience Department (JMG) and the National Water Services Commission will conduct a detailed study to identify the sources of pollution in Sungai Rui, Gerik.
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JMG, SPAN to identify causes of pollution in Sungai Rui, Gerik
LENGGONG: The Mineral and Geoscience Department (JMG) and the National Water Services Commission (SPAN) will conduct a detailed study to identify the sources of pollution in Sungai Rui, Gerik.
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Mineral Dept, SPAN to identify causes of pollution in Sungai Rui, Gerik
LENGGONG, April 7 — The Mineral and Geoscience Department (JMG) and the National Water Services Commission (SPAN) will conduct a detailed study to identify the sources of pollution in Sungai Rui, Ge...
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Green groups want DOE probe on Sungai Rui arsenic pollution
IPOH, April 5 — The Department of Environment (DOE) must act against those responsible for introducing poisonous arsenic into Sungai Rui in Hulu Perak, environmental groups said today.
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‘Sungai Rui heavily polluted for years’
IPOH: Sungai Rui in Hulu Perak has been heavily polluted for many years, says a villager.
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Hot weather till May, water shortage expected in six states
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is expected to experience the extreme hot weather and dry season until May, said Water, Land and Natural Resource Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
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Drought will persist until May, says Xavier
SUNGAI PETANI: Malaysia is expected to experience a dry season until May, and Johor, Negeri Sembilan, Perak, Kedah, Pahang and Kelantan can expect less than 25% of the usual annual rainfall in the Apr...
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Xavier: Hot weather till May, water shortage expected in six states
KUALA LUMPUR, March 23 — Malaysia is expected to experience the extreme hot weather and dry season until May, said Water, Land and Natural Resource Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
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Hot weather till May, water shortage expected in six states
Malaysia is expected to experience the extreme hot weather and dry season until May, said Water, Land and Natural Resource Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
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Water shortage expected in six states, says Dr Xavier
PETALING JAYA (March 23): Six states may end up having to endure water rationing owing to the extreme hot weather, says Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar (pictured).
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Equinox to have small impact on the country
PETALING JAYA: Equinox, a phenomenon where the sun is positioned on top of the head in the equatorial region, is expected to have a weaker impact on Malaysia.
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Health Ministry: Stay indoors, minimise outdoor activities during hot spell
KUALA LUMPUR, March 21 — The Health Ministry advised members of the public especially those living in areas recording unhealthy air quality to reduce physical activities that can increase the breath...
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Heatwave hitting many parts of Malaysia
PETALING JAYA: Temperatures are set to hit 38°C in several parts of Malaysia as a heatwave grips the country.
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Seven more areas in peninsula on Level 1 heatwave alert
Thirty areas in the peninsula are reported to be in the alert level, with temperatures up to 37°C today, compared with 23 areas yesterday.
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Met Dept: More areas on alert-level as temperatures continue to climb
KUALA LUMPUR, March 19 — Thirty areas in the peninsula are reported to be in the alert level with the temperature reaching between 35 and 37 degrees Celcius today compared with 23 areas yesterday.
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Alert level heat wave areas continue to rise, level in Pendang remains
KUALA LUMPUR: Thirty areas in the peninsula are reported to be in the alert level with the temperature reaching between 35°C and 37°C today compared with 23 areas yesterday.
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More areas on alert-level as temperatures rise: MET
KUALA LUMPUR (March 19): A total of 23 areas in Peninsular Malaysia are reported to be on alert-level (level one) with temperatures reaching between 35 and 37 degrees Celsius yesterday, compared to 21...
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Nine states on Level 1 heatwave alert
PETALING JAYA: It is getting hotter by the day with temperatures in the peninsula “boiling” between 35°C and 40°C.
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More areas on alert-level as temperatures rise, reports Meteorological Dept
KUALA LUMPUR, March 18 — A total of 23 areas in Peninsular Malaysia are reported to be on alert-level (level one) with temperatures reaching between 35 and 37 degrees Celsius today, compared to 21 a...
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Level 2 heatwave alert in Pendang: MetMalaysia
KUALA LUMPUR (March 18):  Nine Peninsular states are reported to be at Level 1 alert while Pendang in Kedah is at Level 2 (Heatwave) with temperatures between 37 to 40 degrees Celsius.
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MetMalaysia: Level 2 heatwave alert in Pendang
KUALA LUMPUR, March 17 — Nine Peninsular states are reported to be at Level 1 alert while Pendang in Kedah is at Level 2 (Heatwave) with temperatures between 37 to 40 degrees Celsius.
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Level 2 heatwave alert in Pendang
KUALA LUMPUR: Nine Peninsular states are reported to be at Level 1 alert while Pendang in Kedah is at Level 2 (Heatwave) with temperatures between 37°C to 40°C. Based on a Malaysian Meteorological ...
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Heatwave in Malaysia to continue until April
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Temperatures continued to soar throughout Malaysia as the number of areas on heatwave alert doubled to 10 compared with two weeks ago.
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