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Topic: Taman Negara

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COMMENT | A forest remembers no beginning, follows no morals, worships no God.
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LETTER | The recent tragedy of the deaths of 15 Bateq tribe members of the Orang Asli community in Kuala Koh, Kelantan, has blemished the image of Malaysia.
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JULY 8 — These past few weeks, I can’t seem to shake off several haunting photographs.
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PETALING JAYA: Unity minister P Waytha Moorthy was rushed to the hospital early this morning, just hours after returning to Putrajaya after spending two weeks at an Orang Asli settlement in Kelantan f...
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PETALING JAYA: Putrajaya today denied claims that it plans to move Orang Asli villagers from the measles-hit settlement of Kampung Kuala Koh in Gua Musang, Kelantan, to a new site.
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IPOH, June 18 — The Perak government is upbeat about its Royal Belum State Park in Gerik being Malaysia’s new entry to the Unesco World Heritage Site list.
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PETALING JAYA: An Orang Asli toddler from Kampung Kuala Koh in Gua Musang, Kelantan, has died of severe malnutrition, Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said today.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Orang Asli in Kuala Koh, Kelantan, used to be strong and healthy but the destruction of the environment and their subsistence have left them weak and sickly, said Center for Orang Asli Concerns coordinator Dr Colin Nicholas.
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There are only about 2,000 Bateq left in the country, say NGOs. ‘The water they drink is contaminated, the forest from which their food comes from is no more, taken over by plantation, logging and mining operators. Malnourished, they fall ill, even die, from minor infections.’ Neither the Orang Asli community nor the organisations helping them are surprised by the recent 14 deaths.
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GUA MUSANG: A police team will begin a search tomorrow for the graves of 12 members of the Batek tribe given a customary burial in the jungle after dying of pneumonia in the past month.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Members of the orang asli community in Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, were in a state of panic, stress and fear due to an unknown disease that they decided to bury their dead relatives according...
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GUA MUSANG: The authorities have been urged to urgently investigate the river water that supplies the daily needs of the Orang Asli at Kampung Kuala Koh here.
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PETALING JAYA: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department P Waytha Moorthy has confirmed that 14 Orang Asli villagers from Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, have died from an illness believed to be pn...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) arrested nine foreigners and two locals for trespassing into Taman Negara and storing various wildlife parts last month.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (Perhilitan) arrested nine foreigners and two locals for trespassing into Taman Negara and storing various wildlife parts last mo...
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PUTRAJAYA: The Kuala Terengganu sessions court’s decision to fine RM1.56 million each on two Vietnamese poachers has been the highest amount so far for wildlife crimes in the country’s history, ac...
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PUTRAJAYA, May 17 — The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court’s decision to fine RM1.56 million two Vietnamese poachers has been the highest amount so far for wildlife crimes in the country’s history,...
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PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court has slapped a fine of RM1.56mil each on two Vietnamese nationals who were caught poaching.
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PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court has meted out a whopping RM1.56mil fine on two Vietnamese nationals caught poaching, making it the biggest fine ever imposed for wildlife crime.
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PETALING JAYA: The Kuala Terengganu Sessions Court today fined two Vietnamese nationals RM1.56 million and sentenced them to two years jail after they were convicted of illegal possession of wildlife ...
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KUALA LUMPUR: A minister was left bemused when the Deputy Speaker told him that he had run out of time to reply to her question.
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SHAH ALAM, March 19 — The state government requires two years for preliminary preparations before submitting Permatang Kuarza Gombak, Selangor (PKGS) for certification as a Unesco heritage site, sai...
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COMMENT | In my office are three pigs.
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The natural attractions of Pahang are well known to Malaysians.