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Topic: SOS

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JOHOR BARU: The state government should be transparent and there should be no cover-ups with regards to the chemical pollution in Pasir Gudang.
AsiaOne:
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GEORGE TOWN - A man fell to his death from the second floor of Penang Hospital.
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According to a media report, Google Maps is testing a new feature that would send users an alert if their taxi strays 500m off route.
Malay Mail:
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NEW YORK, June 10 — According to a media report, Google Maps is testing a new feature that would send users an alert if their taxi strays 500 meters off route.
The Edge Markets:
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 30): Persatuan Pemandu Aplikasi Malaysia (PPAM), a non-profit organisation today urged all e-hailing companies to enhance the safety features of drivers following the recent Grab dri...
theSun:
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KUALA LUMPUR: Persatuan Pemandu Aplikasi Malaysia (PPAM), a non-profit organisation today urged all e-hailing companies to enhance the safety features of drivers following the recent Grab driver murde...
Malay Mail:
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KUALA LUMPUR,  May 30 ― Persatuan Pemandu Aplikasi Malaysia (PPAM), a non-profit organisation today urged all e-hailing companies to enhance the safety features of drivers following the recent Grab...
The Star:
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A Tokyo police smartphone app to scare off molesters has become a smash hit in Japan, where women have long run the gauntlet of groping on packed rush-hour trains.
Malay Mail:
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KUCHING, April 18 — The state Disaster Management Committee today stressed that no exemption will be given to any stray or free roaming dogs targeted for removal in the anti-rabies operations here f...
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PETALING JAYA: Retired policeman will spring back to action under a modified SOS mobile app which will use their services.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Marine Police, already with their hands full trying to retrieve the SUV wreckage from the bottom of the first Penang bridge, received an SOS about a man who had fallen from the second Penang bridge about 9km away.
Free Malaysia Today:
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KOTA KINABALU: A cargo vessel moored near Gaya Island was finally brought to the old Sabah Ports jetty here yesterday, exactly a month after its crew sent out an SOS claiming they had not been paid si...