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KUCHING: The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30, Youth and Sports Minister Syed ...
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KUCHING: The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30, Youth and Sports Minister Syed ...
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Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman — Bernama file photo KUCHING: The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age ca...
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KUCHING, July 15 — The federal government respects the stand of the Sarawak government in making an in-depth study of the decision to lower the youth age cap from 40 years to 30, Youth and Sports Mi...
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SHAH ALAM: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman (pix) has reminded all parties to concur with the Federal government’s decision to reduce the age limit of youth from 40 to 30 year...
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SHAH ALAM: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has reminded all parties to concur with the Federal government’s decision to reduce the age limit of youth from 40 to 30 years.
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SHAH ALAM (July 11): Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has reminded all parties to concur with the Federal Government's decision to reduce the age limit of youth from 40 to 30 ye...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 10): The Johor State Government has been urged to reconsider its decision to maintain the State's youth age limit to 40 years, for uniformity between the Federal and State Governmen...
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JOHOR BARU: The Johor government changed its stand and made a "U-turn" Tuesday (July 9) on lowering the age cap for youth from 40 years to 30.
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IPOH: Two men, a Bangladeshi and a Myanmarese, died at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital (HRPB) here yesterday of suspected methanol poisoning.
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IPOH: Two men, a Bangladeshi and a Myanmarese, died at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital (HRPB) here today of suspected methanol poisoning.
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KOTA KINABALU: Folks in Tamparuli, Tuaran and its surrounding areas have been warned to stay alert for a samurai-wielding man, who is on the run after he attacked an Australian man on Jan 24.