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PSM: Bukit Aman must take over Rawang shootout probe
In light of concerns over the Selangor police’s handling of a recent shooting in Rawang, PSM has urged Bukit Aman to take over investigations.
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Shootout puzzle: Families ask how well-off UK resident could be mistaken as criminal
KUALA LUMPUR: A financially well-off permanent resident of the United Kingdom was among three men shot dead by police on suspicion of being involved in criminal activities.
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Fisheries dept to strengthen ornamental fish industry
SERDANG: Malaysia can restore its glory as one of the world’s leading players in the ornamental fish industry by focusing on, strengthening and promoting various types of fish, including fighting fi...
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Mahathir goes horse riding as morning drizzle partially clears air in Klang Valley
PETALING JAYA: The haze blanketing much of the Klang Valley did not stop Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad from taking part in one of his favourite leisure activities - horse riding.
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Dr M goes horse riding as morning drizzle partially clears air
PETALING JAYA: The haze blanketing much of the Klang Valley did not stop Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad from taking part in one of his favourite leisure activities –...
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Ask Jais, Mujahid says on anti-Shia sermon
SERDANG: The minister in charge of Islamic affairs, Mujahid Yusof Rawa, has distanced himself from a Friday sermon, prepared by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais), which attacks Shia Mus...
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Visitors to Klang Valley hospitals up in arms over limited bays
PETALING JAYA: Looking for a place to park your car at a public hospital can be an impossible task.
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Urban farming: Researchers try to wean M’sia off over-reliance on imports
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia produces only 48% of the vegetables it consumes, making the country over-reliant on imports.
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PSD looking into ‘schemeless’ service employment: DG
SERDANG: The Public Service Department (PSD) is looking into the possibility of creating service employment without any scheme, for future implementation, said its director-general Datuk Borhan Dolah.
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Public Service Dept looking into ‘schemeless’ service employment, says D-G
SERDANG, Aug 26 — The Public Service Department (PSD) is looking into the possibility of creating service employment without any scheme, for future implementation, said its director-general Datuk Bo...
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Police arrest two drug traffickers and seize meth worth RM255,000
SERDANG: Police have detained two individuals for drug trafficking.
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Police seize drugs worth RM200k, two arrested in Serdang
SERDANG: Authorities busted two drug dealers just as they were about to carry out a transaction.
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Tekun Mobile Mart to offer daily essentials priced 10-15% lower
PUTRAJAYA (Aug 21): To ease the burden of rising costs, the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development today launched Tekun Mobile Mart that offers daily essentials at 10 to 15 percent cheaper compared with...
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Body of 8-month-old girl found near Puchong sewage treatment plant
KUALA LUMPUR: The body of an eight-month-old baby girl was found with bruises on the head and legs near the Taman Kinrara sewage treatment plant at Puchong near here today.
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Mada, Kada start paddy land amalgamation scheme
SERDANG: The Kemubu Agricultural Development Authority (Kada) in Kelantan and Muda Agricultural Development Authority (Mada) in Kedah have started implementing the paddy land consolidation policy to r...
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Harley-Davidson FXDR 114 introduced
SERDANG: Harley-Davidson has unveiled its FXDR 114 for the first time in Malaysia at the recent Art of Speed Malaysia 2019.
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Actor arrested and released on bail for assaulting ex-fiancée
KUALA LUMPUR: A male actor, aged 27, who allegedly assaulted his ex-fiancee a month ago, was arrested after a police report was lodged by the fiancee Saturday.
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Actor accused of strangling ex-fiancée released on bail
A male actor, aged 27, who allegedly assaulted his ex-fiancée a month ago was arrested after a police report was lodged by the victim yesterday.
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Actor nabbed for assaulting ex-fiancée
PETALING JAYA: A local actor was arrested last night for allegedly assaulting his ex-fiancée for asking him to end his relationship with another man.
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Actor surrenders to cops after allegedly assaulting ex-fiance
SERDANG: An actor was picked up by the police after allegedly assaulting his now ex-fiance during an altercation in his car.
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KTM Komuter services extended for FA Cup final
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): KTM Berhad will extend its commuter services for the FA Cup final between Kedah and Perak at the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil on Saturday (July 26).
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Police seek Sierra Leone nationals over killing in Puchong
KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — A man was remanded today while four others are being hunted following a fight which resulted in the death of their compatriot in front of a budget hotel in Bandar Puteri, Puc...
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Serdang police nab eight for robberies, burglaries
PETALING JAYA: Serdang police scored a huge success when it apprehended eight suspects behind a string of robberies and burglaries in the district and other areas in the Klang Valley.
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Sierra Leone man killed in fight among countrymen
PETALING JAYA: A misunderstanding among a group of men from Sierra Leone led to one of them being severely beaten to death opposite a budget hotel at Bandar Putri, Puchong here today.
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Spate of arrests made over home break-ins, robberies
Two men in their 20s were arrested five hours after they broke into a house in Puchong and stole a vehicle.The suspects, who have criminal records for theft and drug-related offences, are believed to...
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Spate of arrests made over home break-ins, robberies
SERDANG: Two men in their 20s were arrested five hours after they broke into a house in Puchong and stole a vehicle.
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Man from Sierra Leone dies after being attacked by five men
SERDANG: A man from Sierra Leone died after being attacked by five men in front of a budget hotel in Bandar Puteri, Puchong.
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Ministry enhancing educational content to raise thinking skills: Maszlee
SERDANG: Enhancing educational content and adopting new technology in teaching and learning methods are among the steps that can be taken to raise the thinking skills of the future generation.
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88 high on drugs nabbed at entertainment centre
KUALA LUMPUR: Eighty-eight people who turned a family entertainment centre in Puchong into a drug joint were arrested when police raided the place late last night.
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88 people high on drugs nabbed at entertainment centre
KUALA LUMPUR: Eighty–eight people who turned a family entertainment centre in Puchong into a drug joint were arrested when police raided the place late last night.
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PM denies there will be a Cabinet reshuffle
SERDANG: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has refuted talk of a Cabinet reshuffle following a viral photograph of the full Cabinet taken on Friday before a meeting in Putrajaya.
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Dr M: Ku Li knows all about implosion
SERDANG: Veteran Umno leader Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah has a lot of experience dealing with parties that have “imploded”, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Focus on people's needs, not self-interest: Mahathir
SERDANG (Selangor) • Malaysian leaders should fight to improve the lot of voters and not for their personal interest or high positions, said Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad yesterday.
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Tun M: Ku Li has more experience about “self-implosion”
SERDANG: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad retorted back at Umno veteran Tengku Razaleigh for saying that Pakatan Harapan could self implode due to the ongoing ...
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Bersatu approves amendments to party constitution, may postpone party elections
SERDANG: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) has approved amendments to the party constitution following the conduct of the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) at MAEPS, Serdang, today.
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Razaleigh himself imploded, says Mahathir returning fire
SERDANG: Dr Mahathir Mohamad has returned fire at Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah for his comment that Pakatan Harapan could implode, with a sarcastic reminder about Razaleigh’s own party Semangat 46 fallin...
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PPBM approves two-tier voting system
SERDANG: PPBM members have agreed on a two-tier voting system, with one-man-one-vote for ordinary members to elect branch and divisional leaders.
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Mukhriz: 79 out of 80 proposed amendments in Bersatu constitution passed with majority support
SERDANG, July 20 — Parti Pribumi Bersatu’s deputy president Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir said 79 of the 80 proposed amendments to the party’s constitution has been passed with a majority of suppo...
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Dr M dismisses cabinet reshuffle speculation following group photo
SERDANG, July 20 — “Only a group photo, no cabinet reshuffle.” That was Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s answer when asked on a viral photograph of the full Cabinet taken yesterday bef...
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Dr M: I will keep my promise to serve, no matter what others say
SERDANG, July 20 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today that he will hold to his pledge to lead the country no matter what, despite what others have to say.
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Tun M: Don’t be like Umno, fighting for themselves rather than the collective good
SERDANG: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today told party members to fight not for self interest or to gain wealth, but to fight for race, religion and the na...
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Dr M dismisses Ku Li’s ‘Pakatan may self-implode’ comment, amidst Anwar-Azmin tiff
SERDANG, July 20 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today dismissed warnings from Umno veteran Tan Sri Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, who remarked that Pakatan Harapan could self-implode in light of...
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What Cabinet reshuffle? Dr M refutes rumours
SERDANG: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has refuted rumours of a Cabinet reshuffle following a viral photograph of the full Cabinet taken on Friday (July 19) before a meeting in Putrajaya.
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Bersatu extraordinary general meeting to discuss party constitution amendments
SERDANG: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) have gathered at MAEPS here today to hold an extraordinary general meeting to discuss amendments to the party constitution.
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Bersatu constitution must be amended for stronger, clearer future, says Muhyiddin
SERDANG, July 20 — Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin today said that the party’s constitution must be amended so it can move forward and shoulder even bigger...
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Dr M warns Bersatu members to avoid power pursuits
SERDANG, July 20 — Parti Pribumi Bersatu chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today reminded party members to not seek for personal power or wealth.
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Dr M: Leaders should fight for race, religion and country, not positions
SERDANG: Leaders should fight for race, religion and the country instead of fighting for personal interests or high positions, says Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Let us not be like Umno, Dr M tells PPBM members
KUALA LUMPUR: PPBM chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad has warned the party’s leaders and members that they must not go down Umno’s path in putting personal aspirations ahead of the struggle for race, re...
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Ministry optimistic cocoa industry can hit RM6b export target
SERDANG (July 19): The Primary Industries Ministry is optimistic that the cocoa industry would achieve the target of RM6 billion export value by 2020 as outlined in the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP). As o...
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Ministry confident cocoa industry can reach RM6b exports
SERDANG: The Primary Industries Ministry is optimistic that the cocoa industry would achieve the target of RM6 billion export value by 2020 as outlined in the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP).
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Six loan sharks, including married couple, arrested for harassing victims
IPOH: Police have arrested six loan shark syndicate members, including a married couple, for harassment and threats against debtors.
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Cases of malaria in Kuala Lipis now up to 15
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry confirmed an outbreak of 15 cases of malaria among the Semai orang asli tribe in Pos Lenjang, Kuala Lipis, Pahang.
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Bersatu to propose clause to postpone party elections
Several amendments to Bersatu’s constitution, including a clause to enable the party to postpone internal elections, will reportedly be proposed at an upcoming extraordinary general meeting.
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Alleged rape victim under Welfare Dept’s protection
SERDANG: The Indonesian maid involved in the rape investigation on a Perak exco member is now under the care and responsibility of the Social Welfare Department, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
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Maid allegedly raped by Perak exco member under protective care
SERDANG (Bernama): The maid who was allegedly raped by her employer, a Perak state executive councillor, has been placed under the appropriate care and protection, said Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
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Appropriate care for maid allegedly raped by Perak exco: Wan Azizah
The maid who was allegedly raped by her employer who is a Perak state executive councillor has been placed under the appropriate care and protection, said Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
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Maid allegedly raped by Perak exco now under Welfare Department care: Wan Azizah
SERDANG: The maid who was allegedly raped by her employer, who is a Perak state executive councillor, has been placed under the care of the Welfare Department (JKM), according to Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azi...
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HRDF roped in for parenting skills course
SERDANG: The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry has roped in the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) to expand its parenting skills course, according to Deputy Prime Minister Datuk S...
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Govt probing ‘exploitation’ of Orang Asli women by foreigners
SERDANG: Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says the relevant agency and department will look into a news report on the “exploitation” of Orang Asli women by foreigners to start agricu...
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DPM announces ‘parenting skills’ now on HRDF training list, pilot project has 500 students
SERDANG, July 13 — The government has added parenting skills to its Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) training list, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said today.
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Dr Wan Azizah: Indonesian maid claiming raped by Perak exco now with Welfare Dept
SERDANG, July 13 — The Indonesian worker who accused Perak lawmaker Paul Yong of rape is currently in the care of the Welfare Department, the deputy prime minister said today.
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We will protect Orang Asli women from exploitation if report is true, says Wan Azizah
SERDANG, July 13 — The authorities are following up on a report by Malay daily Berita Harian published today that claimed Orang Asli women were being exploited by their foreign spouses for their gov...
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No let-up in ‘no smoking’ drive, says Dzul
SERDANG: Some “recalcitrants” continue to smoke in open-air eateries despite the ban but the Health Ministry will continue its educational enforcement until the law comes into full force by next Jan­uary, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Health Ministry sets up special committee to study control over electronic...
SERDANG (June 27): A special committee under the Ministry of Health (MOH) has been set up to examine issues relating to control over electronic cigarettes and vape.
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Health Ministry sets up special committee to study e-cigarette regulation
A special committee under the Health Ministry has been set up to examine issues relating to control over electronic cigarettes and vape.
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Special committee to regulate e-cigarettes
SERDANG: The Health Ministry has set up a special committee to formulate methods of control the use of electronic cigarettes (e-cig) or vape.
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Health ministry sets up special committee to study control over e-cigarettes
SERDANG, June 27 — A special committee under the Ministry of Health (MOH) has been set up to examine issues relating to control over electronic cigarettes and vape.
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Dzulkefly: Compounds for lighting up at eateries to start on Jan 1
SERDANG: The smoking ban at open-air eateries will be strictly enforced from Jan 1 next year and compounds will be issued to those flouting the law, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Semenyih river odour the result of palm oil refinery pollution
The foul odour affecting Sungai Semenyih has been traced to a palm oil refinery in the district.
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Water disruptions in Petaling, Hulu Langat, Kuala Langat from 9pm onwards
Several areas in Petaling, Hulu Langat, Kuala Langat and Sepang are expected to experience a disruption of water supply and low pressure from 9pm tonight.
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PAS assembly approves resolution for alliance with Umno
KUANTAN, June 22 — PAS today approved a resolution in support of a political alliance with Umno at its 65th annual congress here.
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Govt spends nearly RM3.5m on food for detained migrants
SERDANG: According to Immigration Department director-general, Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud, the government spends nearly RM3.5 million a month – or an average RM12 per day, per detainee – to ensure...
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Government spends nearly RM3.5 million on detained migrants’ food
There are 14 Immigration Department detention depots across the country, and many of the illegal immigrants remain there for one to two months for processing.
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Govt spends nearly RM3.5m to feed detained migrants, says Immigration D-G
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Govt spends nearly RM3.5mil on monthly food bill for detained migrants, says Immigration D-G
SERDANG (Bernama): The government spends nearly RM3.5mil a month - or an average RM12 per day, per detainee, says Immigration Department director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.
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Task force on Raymond Koh, Amri case given six months to make recommendations
SERDANG: The special task force set up to study the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) report on the disappearances of Pastor Raymond Koh Keng Joo and social activist Amri Che Mat will be g...
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Task force members to probe disappearance of Pastor Raymond, Amri to be announced next week
SERDANG: The special task force to look into the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh and Perlis Hope founder Amri Che Mat will officially be set up by next week, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said.
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Members of special task force on Pastor Koh and Amri to be announced soon, says Muhyiddin
SERDANG: The names of members of the special task force to investigate the kidnappings of Pastor Raymond Koh and activist Amri Che Mat will be announced soon, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
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Angelababy escapes Sichuan quake unhurt
HONG KONG actress Angelababy (pic) is reported to be safe following a 6.0 magnitude earthquake which left 11 dead and 122 injured in China’s Sichuan province, China Press reported.
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110 college students down with food poisoning
SERDANG: A total of 110 students from a university college in Bandar Seri Putra, Kajang, Selangor have sought treatment at the Serdang Hospital after experiencing stomach ache, diarrhoea and vomiting ...
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110 college students down with food poisoning
SERDANG (Bernama): A total of 110 students from a university college in Bandar Seri Putra, Kajang, Selangor have sought treatment at the Serdang Hospital after experiencing stomach-ache, diarrhoea and vomiting due to suspected food poisoning.
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110 college students down with food poisoning in Kajang
SERDANG, June 19 — A total of 110 students from a university college in Bandar Seri Putra, Kajang, Selangor have sought treatment at the Serdang Hospital after experiencing stomach ache, diarrhoea a...
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Three in family nabbed over abuse of siblings
SERDANG: Two siblings, who are allegedly abused and left starved by their foster parents, were rescued by police on Saturday at a flat unit in Pusat Bandar Puchong after a public tip-off.
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Three detained for child abuse
KUALA LUMPUR: Police detained three family members for allegedly abusing two children at a house in Pusat Bandar Puchong in Serdang yesterday.
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Couple, daughter held for alleged child abuse
KUALA LUMPUR: Police detained three family members for allegedly abusing two children at a house in Pusat Bandar Puchong in Serdang yesterday.
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Serdang family, including 13-year-old girl, arrested for abusing two foster kids
KUALA LUMPUR, June 16 — Police detained three family members for allegedly abusing two children at a house in Pusat Bandar Puchong in Serdang yesterday afternoon.
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Fishmonger nabbed for allegedly abusing daughter with hot spoons
Police have arrested a fishmonger in Bandar Kinrara 5, Puchong for allegedly abusing his seven-year-old adopted daughter with hot metal spoons.
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Fishmonger arrested for allegedly abusing adopted daughter
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have arrested a fishmonger in Bandar Kinrara 5, Puchong for allegedly abusing his seven-year-old adopted daughter with hot metal spoons.
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Man in Malaysia arrested for abusing adopted daughter with hot spoon
SERDANG - The police arrested a man suspected of abusing his adopted daughter with a hot spoon.
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Man arrested for abusing adopted daughter with hot spoon
SERDANG: The police arrested a man suspected of abusing his adopted daughter with a hot spoon.
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Pitcher plant facing extinction: Mardi researcher
SERDANG: The pitcher plant or ‘periuk kera’ has of late been thrust into the limelight all because of the popularity of ‘lemang periuk kera’.
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Fondness for lemang one reason why pitcher plants are becoming extinct, claims Mardi researcher
SERDANG (Bernama): The pitcher plant (periuk kera in Malay) has a hot topic lately because of the popularity of lemang periuk kera.
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Gloomy Raya: Windscreen-smashing biker gets 12 months in the slammer
It will indeed be a gloomy raya for the motorcyclist who smashed the windscreen of a car in Serdang on Tuesday.31-year-old Danial Tan Abdullah was sentenced to 12 months in prison after pleading guilt...
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Cops arrest suspect in Serdang road rage incident
SERDANG: The man involved in a road rage incident in Taman Bukit Serdang here has been detained.
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Police have identified bully who smashed woman's windscreen
SERDANG: Police are tracking down a man who was involved in a road bully incident in Taman Bukit Serdang recently.
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UPM comes up with wound dressing for diabetes patients made from rotten starfruit, bittergourd
SERDANG, May 29 — Diabetes patients with hard-to-heal wounds could soon have access to a more affordable and effective treatment based on rotten starfruit bacteria and bittergourd extract.
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Key suspect in nurse’s murder remanded for seven days
A Nigerian man has been remanded for seven days to assist with the investigation into the murder of Serdang hospital nursing sister, Siti Kharina Mohd Kamaruddin.The 30-year-old is believed to be the ...
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Nigerian suspect detained in murdered nurse case
Police have detained the third suspect in the murder of Serdang hospital nurse, Siti Kharina Mohd Kamarudin.
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Mardi denies involvement with Volten’s black turmeric product
SERDANG: The Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (Mardi) stated publicly today it has no involvement at all with the DR4 black turmeric product being marketed by a company called...
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MARDI denies involvement with Volten’s black turmeric product
SERDANG (May 15): The Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) stated publicly today it has no involvement at all with the DR4 black turmeric product being marketed by a compa...
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