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Topic: Tanjung Piandang

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THE issue over the fisherman in Tanjung Piandang, Kerian, Perak who was videoed offering prayers to a roadside deity commonly known as Datuk Kong while dressed in typical Malay attire (T-shirt, sarung...
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PARIT BUNTAR: A fisherman tendered an open apology to all Muslims today for his indiscretion in conducting a ritual at a “Dato Kong” altar dressed like a Muslim.
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BAGAN SERAI: A fisherman detained to assist in a case of worshiping at a “Dato Kong” altar at Tanjung Piandang here yesterday will be released on police bail today.
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BAGAN SERAI: Police will today release a fisherman who had been arrested yesterday to assist in the case of a man worshiping a Dato Kong altar in Tanjung Piandang.
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A fisherman who was detained by police to assist in the case of worshipping at a Dato Kong altar in Tanjung Piandang, Bagan Serai, Perak, yesterday, will be released today.
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BAGAN SERAI: The police have detained a fisherman to assist with investigations into a recent viral video which purportedly showed a man donning a sarong, white t-shirt and cap worshipping a ‘Dato K...
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BAGAN SERAI: The police have detained a fisherman to assist with investigations into a recent viral video which purportedly showed a man donning a sarong, white t-shirt and cap worshipping a ‘Dato K...
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BAGAN SERAI (Bernama): The police have detained a fisherman to assist with investigations into a recent viral video purportedly showing a man donning a sarong, white T-shirt and cap worshipping a "Dato Kong" altar in Taman Piandang Indah, Tanjung Piandang, here.
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IPOH: Fishermen in Perak have voiced their concerns over the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project, claiming it will affect their livelihood, says Abdul Yunus Jamhari.
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IPOH, May 22 — With the fate of its fishermen and marine life likely to be affected, the Perak government today pledged to look into Penang’s plan to build three artificial islands in the Malacca ...
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IPOH: The Perak government will carry out a study to look into the impact of the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project on fishermen and marine resources in the state.
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GEORGE TOWN, May 20 — More than 6,000 fishermen in northern Perak will also be indirectly affected by the proposed Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project, an environmental group claimed today.
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GEORGE TOWN: Malaysian enforcers stopped five Class C fishing trawlers for operating in prohibited zones, less than 15 nautical miles from Tanjung Piandang, Perak.
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PARIT BUNTAR: Twenty three drug addicts were rounded up in Ops Sarang from the old market area in Tanjung Piandang here yesterday.