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Topic: Society

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Anwar criticises call to boycott non-Muslim goods
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysian politician Anwar Ibrahim has denounced a recent social media campaign calling for a boycott of non-Muslim products, describing the move as unhealthy.
The Star:
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NGO says it has identified reasons of many poor families in Sarawak
MIRI: A local human rights group says it has identified several reasons why Sarawak has a high population of poor families, even though the state is the richest in...
Malay Mail:
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Anti-drug agency offers to help police with internal drug abuse battle
IPOH, Aug 21 — The National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) is ready to help the police force battle addiction among its personnel.
theSun:
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‘Brace for growing ageing population’
KUALA LUMPUR: The world’s population is ageing.
Channel NewsAsia:
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Commentary: Time to relook racial quotas in Malaysia’s pre-university matriculation programme
KUALA LUMPUR: The ethnic dimension of resource allocation in Malaysia has long been a concern, and this has coloured debates on issues in politics, the economy and education.
Free Malaysia Today:
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Cast aside emotions in caning issue, urges Maszlee
PETALING JAYA: Education Minister Maszlee Malik has called on the people to put aside their emotions and sentiments over the incident in which a teacher caned a schoolgirl for calling him an “ah gua...
Malay Mail:
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Why is UKM involved in Kelantan Orang Asli’s religious conversion? Rights group asks
KUALA LUMPUR, June 23 — A human rights group today questioned a public university’s involvement in the Kelantan government’s proselytisation mission to convert the Orang Asli to Islam.
The Edge Markets:
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Not a disruption but an opportunity
In September last year, global research firm Gartner said in a note that oil and gas companies potentially face a decade or more of “unpredictable, disruptive” market conditions.
The Borneo Post:
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Don’t label those with mental health challenges as crazy — Dzulkefly
PETALING JAYA: Society must play a role in bringing ‘peduli’ (care) back into our culture and customs to encourage those suffering from mental health challenges (MHC) to seek treatment, said Healt...
Malaysiakini:
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Don't label those with mental health challenges as crazy - minister
Society must play a role in bringing peduli (care) back into our culture and customs to encourage those suffering from mental health challenges (MHC) to seek treatment, said Health Minister Dzulkefly ...
theSun:
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Don’t label those with mental health challenges as crazy: Dzulkefly
PETALING JAYA: Society must play a role in bringing “peduli” (care) back into our culture and customs to encourage those suffering from mental health challenges (MHC) to seek treatment, said Healt...
The Star:
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Portal to be unblocked once video is removed
PETALING JAYA: The portal which was barred by the Malaysian Commu­­nications and Multimedia Com­mis­sion (MCMC) will be reinstated after it takes down the offending content, says the MCMC chairman.
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MCMC will reinstate portal once video is removed
PETALING JAYA: The portal which was barred by the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) will be reinstated after it takes down the offending content, says the MCMC chairman.
CarSifu:
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Nexcel plug & play oil system targets 10 million vehicles annually by 2030.
LONDON: British company Nexcel is working to launch the Nexcel-equipped vehicle within the next five years and its ambition is to supply over 10 million vehicle systems annually by 2030.
Free Malaysia Today:
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Democratic resistance in our education system
Voters on the eve of GE14 desperately wanted a transformation.
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Concerns of corruption among JPJ enforcement officers
Recently, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) arrested and remanded a number of Road Transport Department (JPJ) enforcement officers in Penang for allegedly receiving illicit monthly payme...
The Star:
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Heed call to employ ex-convicts
I REFER to the call by Human Resources Minister S.Kulasegeran for ex-convicts to be employed.
The Star:
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Don't demonise stateless community, leaders told
KOTA KINABALU: Leaders should discuss issues of statelessness in a constructive manner instead of demonising the community of stateless people, says academician Wan Shawaluddin Wan Hassan.
Free Malaysia Today:
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A castrated academe perpetuates fads
We are all familiar with fads.
The Star:
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Woman with 50kg of cannabis arrested
SERDANG: Almost 50kg of ganja worth RM150,000 were seized following the arrest of a woman in Seri Kembangan.
The Star:
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RM150k worth of drugs seized, woman arrested
SERDANG: Almost 50kg of ganja worth RM150,000 were seized, following the arrest of a woman in Seri Kembangan.
The Edge Markets:
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MySay: Young and restless
This piece is inspired by the host’s comment on The EdgeTV #JustSaying segment titled Generation Misunderstood aired on Astro Awani on Dec 19 last year.
Malay Mail:
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Patriot tells politicians to stop playing the race card
KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 — A group representing security personnel has chastised political leaders for engaging in racism and racial politicking, urging them not to exercise parochialism lest the count...
Malay Mail:
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You need to know some truths about spinal muscular atrophy and rare diseases in Malaysia — Siti Safura Jaapar, Edmund Lim
FEBRUARY 26 — Do you know that rare disease day is on the last day of February?
Malay Mail:
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Grab your pet and go: GrabPet service launches in Singapore
SINGAPORE, Feb 20 — Pet owners will now have the convenience of taking their furry friends with them everywhere they go with the launch of GrabPet today.
Malaysiakini:
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Must the transgender community fear for their lives?
LETTER | Must we fear for our lives?
Malaysiakini:
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Is drug use really a trigger for violent crimes?
There is no absolute correlation between drug use and violent crimes, according to several health experts.
Malay Mail:
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Time for ‘boria’ to be recognised as a Unesco intangible cultural heritage
GEORGE TOWN, Jan 10 — The Jawi Peranakan Heritage Society will submit a proposal to the National Heritage Department to recognise boria  as an intangible cultural heritage.
The Star:
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Hong Kong panel suggests converting golf course
HONG KONG: Using part of Hong Kong’s iconic golf course and developing deserted rural land for housing are among a government-appointed panel’s suggestions to address land shortage in the world’s least affordable property market.
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