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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is ranked the 80th happiest nation in the 2019 World Happiness Report, a massive drop of 45 places compared with 2018 when it was ranked 35th.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The government has decided not to proceed with its plan to impose a curfew on those below 18 years of age, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail announced today.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The country’s good weather has been identified as a reason why teenagers stay out late at night, the Dewan Rakyat was told today.
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 — The government will not impose curfew for children below 18 throughout the country for the time being, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said in Parl...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 18): Berjaya Land Bhd (B-Land) is proposing to acquire a 100% stake in Geirsgata 11 EHF (GE11) and consequently settle the Iceland-based company's loan for a collective amount of US$...
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LETTER | The Ministry for Women, Family and Community Development yesterday had to immediately clarify that it did not issue any order of a curfew for teenagers aged below 18 years.
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KOTA KINABALU: Activists have urged the government to reconsider its plan to impose a curfew on those below 18, saying Malaysia is not ready for a policy meant for developed countries.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development has clarified that it did not issue any order for a curfew for teenagers below 18 years of age.
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THERE was a word I heard quite often when I visited Iceland, called “gleði”.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development has clarified that it did not issue any order for a curfew of teenagers below 18 years of age.
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WE were told on Thursday that the government is “seriously considering” imposing a curfew for those under 18 as a way to curb social problems, particularly drug abuse, among young people.
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TASEK GELUGOR: The authorities concerned need an in-depth detailing to ensure that the proposal to impose a curfew to curb drug abuse among those under 18 could be implemented, said Minister in the Pr...
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TASEK GELUGOR: A proposal to impose a late-night curfew on teenagers must be studied in detail before it can be implemented, says Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa.
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HAVING a curfew is just one part of Iceland’s initiative to address the problem of social ills among teenagers in the country, said its senior policy adviser, US psychologist Harvey Milkman.
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TASEK GELUGOR, Jan 19 — The authorities concerned need an in-depth detailing to ensure that the proposal to impose a curfew to curb drug abuse among those under 18 could be implemented, said Ministe...
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On Jan 16, Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said studies on a curfew enforced on juveniles in Iceland could be replicated in Malaysia in an attempt to curb drug-taking related incidents ...
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PUTRAJAYA • Malaysians under 18 may not be able to hit the streets at night past a certain time, under a curfew being considered by the government.
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PUTRAJAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysians under 18 years of age may not be able to hit the streets at night past a certain time under a curfew being mulled by the government.
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PUTRAJAYA (Jan 17): The Government is seriously considering imposing a curfew on those below 18 years of age to prevent them from getting involved in drug abuse, as is being done in Iceland.
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The government is seriously considering imposing a curfew for those below the age of 18, in efforts to curb drug abuse, Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said today.
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PUTRAJAYA, Jan 17 — The Cabinet Committee on the Eradication of Drugs has proposed to impose a curfew for young Malaysians.
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ABU DHABI, Jan 11 — The rapid growth of renewable energy sources and the demise of fossil fuels are causing major changes in global politics, a special commission said in a report today.
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Airbnb Inc and other home-sharing firms won’t have to comply with a New York City law requiring them to turn over renter data until a lawsuit over the issue is resolved, giving the company a reprieve from a rule that threatened to cut its bookings in the city by half.
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IN Nigeria and across Africa and the wider developing world, it is well known that the United Kingdom is one of the largest donors of international aid.