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17 organisations call on govt to announce Year Four BM content
PETALING JAYA: Seventeen organisations, including Dong Jiao Zong and eight other Indian community organisations, are calling on the government to announce the content of the Year Four Bahasa Melayu Standard Curriculum and Assessment Document (DSKP).
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Lifeline for Utusan, and 9 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Dong Zong wants Jawi content revealed, says PTA rule problematic
The United Chinese School Committees' Association of Malaysia (Dong Zong) today expressed continued reservation towards Jawi lessons for Standard Four pupils, despite the Education Ministry introducin...
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PH Indian Youth coalition forms special task force to highlight unfulfilled promises
A coalition of Pakatan Harapan Indian Youths and non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) have formed a special task force to work on solutions and address the unfulfilled election manifesto for the Indi...
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Zakir Naik hauled up by Bukit Aman and 6 things which happened yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Dong Zong has triumphed in khat issue, says Mat Hasan
Umno deputy president Mohamad Hasan has blasted the cabinet decision to make the introduction of khat lessons optional and dependent on the approval of parent-teacher associations (PTAs), parents and ...
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Sungai Petani residents protest over worsening air quality
SUNGAI PETANI: A group of 150 people gathered at a residential area here today to protest against the “proliferation” of illegal recycling factories which they blame for the poor air quality in Su...
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Are minors mature enough to decide on learning jawi script, asks Dr Wee
KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet's decision to allow Year Four pupils to decide whether they want to learn jawi writing from next year has raised eyebrows, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
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Education Ministry: Khat now known as Jawi, PTAs of vernacular schools have say on lessons
PETALING JAYA: Parents of Year Four pupils in vernacular schools will get to decide if their children will be taught the Jawi script.
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Khat lessons subject to PTA approval, to be referred as 'Jawi lessons'
The government will press on with its plan to introduce khat lessons for Year 4 students in national-type schools, although a reduced lesson plan failed to appease critics.
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Sg Petani not the next Pasir Gudang, say DoE and state govt
GEORGE TOWN: The state government and the Department of Environment (DoE) today dismissed suggestions that Sungai Petani is the next Pasir Gudang.
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MB: High-risk chemical factories likely to be relocated
JOHOR BARU: Following the chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang, the state government is looking at relocating high-risk chemical factories and setting up a buffer zone as part of long-term measures to deal with the problem that has hit the area twice within months.
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Sungai Petani residents lodge 10 police reports over air pollution
GEORGE TOWN: The members of an environmental group in Sungai Petani, Kedah, lodged more than 10 police reports yesterday on the air pollution that has gone unabated despite repeated complaints to the ...
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Group links rise in respiratory illnesses with air quality in Sg Petani
GEORGE TOWN: An environmental activist has suggested a link between the air quality in Sungai Petani which her group claims has been affected by the burning of waste at illegal plastic factories and a...
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Environmental group: ‘Very unhealthy’ air quality levels in Sungai Petani
KUALA LUMPUR (June 12): An environmental group based in Sungai Petani, Kedah has claimed that the air pollution levels in many parts of town and in Kuala Muda district are at “very unhealthy” leve...
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Group claims ‘very unhealthy’ air quality levels in Kedah town
SUNGAI PETANI: An environmental group here claims the air pollution levels in many parts of town as well as the larger Kuala Muda district have reached “very unhealthy” levels despite official num...
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Take seriously problems of drug abuse in schools, says Lam Thye
All quarters should view seriously drug abuse among schoolchildren in the country to resolve the problem, said Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) senior vice-chairperson Lee Lam Thye.
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Ministry: Set rules for parent-teacher interaction
SEREMBAN: All government schools must now enforce a Code of Ethics for parents or guardians in their dealing with teachers to prevent any untoward incidents on their grounds.
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