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Topic: Oct 5

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Lard-free mooncakes enliven festival
MELAKA: To make the food of the Mid-Autumn Festival more acceptable, some kampung folks are making lard-free mooncakes so that more people can join in the fun.
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New fight brewing at Tiger Synergy
AN interesting shareholder tussle seems to be brewing at ailing construction and property development outfit Tiger Synergy Bhd.
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Dr M confident Pakatan would still win if general election held today
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite Pakatan Harapan's waning approval rating, the coalition is confident that it would still emerge victorious if elections were called today.
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Dr M takes a 11-km bicycle ride
PRIME Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad showed his physical prowess despite his advanced age, Kosmo!
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Freight Management seeks to exit loss-making marine business
FREIGHT Management Holdings Bhd plans to exit the marine transport business, which has been a drag on its performance in the past few years.
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State govt steps in to offer financing for 161 PPR Samarahan II homeowners after they fail to get bank loans
Dr Sim (front row, third right) and Bakrie (second right) with the new homeowners after the key presentation ceremony.
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Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019 approved
The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019) which, among others, seeks to lower the defining age limit for youth from 40 to 30 was approved by the Dewan Rakyat yesterday.
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Youth Societies And Youth Development (amendment) bill 2019 approved
KUALA LUMPUR: The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019) which, among others, seeks to lower the defining age limit for youth from 40 to 30 was approved by the Dewan Rakyat yeste...
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Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019 approved
KUALA LUMPUR: The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019) which, among others, seeks to lower the defining age limit for youth from 40 to 30 was approved by the Dewan Rakyat today...
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Dewan Rakyat approves Youth Societies and Youth Development bill
PARLIAMENT | The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill 2019) which, among others, seeks to lower the defining age limit for youth from 40 to 30 was approved by the Dewan Rakyat today.
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Parliament passes Bill to redefine 'youths' from under 40 to 30
KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 — The Youth Societies and Youth Development (Amendment) Bill (2019) which, among others, seeks to lower the defining age limit for youth from 40 to 30 was approved by the Dewan ...
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Melaka Gateway developer asks High Court for more time to seek clarification from Transport Ministry
KUALA LUMPUR (May 23): The lawyer representing KAJ Development Sdn Bhd, which is undertaking the cancelled Melaka Gateway Project, has asked the High Court here for more time to clarify the Transport ...
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Melaka Gateway developer asks High Court for more time to seek clarification...
KUALA LUMPUR (May 23): The lawyer representing KAJ Development Sdn Bhd, which is undertaking the cancelled Melaka Gateway Project, has asked the High Court here for more time to clarify the Transport ...
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Turkish opposition confident of winning Istanbul poll re-run
Turkey’s main opposition party said on Tuesday its candidate for Istanbul mayor would again contest and win the post, after the election board ordered a re-run of the city election in a ruling that ...
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Transport Ministry given a month to decide on Melaka Gateway developer's appeal
KUALA LUMPUR (April 24): The Transport Ministry and its minister Anthony Loke is given a month by the High Court here today to decide on the appeal by Melaka Gateway developer, KAJ Development Sdn Bhd...
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TV3 appeals RM1.1m award to Anwar in defamation suit
PUTRAJAYA (April 8): TV3 is appealing the High Court's decision on awarding RM1.1 million to PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim over a defamatory report accusing him as one of the masterminds of t...
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