Home Ministry Bans Three Publications

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PUTRAJAYA, June 1 – The Home Ministry has banned three publications deemed to be detrimental to public order and confusing to Muslims, effective April 22. Secretary-general Datuk Seri Alwi Ibrahim, in a statement here on Wednesday, named the publications as ‘Rasulullah SAW Sejak Hijrah Hingga Wafat’ published by Pustaka Hidayah, Bandung, Indonesia;

PAS Urged To Review Cooperation With PKR

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KOTA BAHARU, June 1 – Kedah PAS Women’s wing has recommended that the party review its Tahalluf Siyasi or political cooperation with Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) in future elections. The motion brought up by its deputy chief Salamiah Mohd Noor was supported by delegates without debate at the 56th PAS Women’s

Dirty Food Premise At Burmah Road Ordered To Close

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GEORGE TOWN, Jun 1 – A Nasi Kandar food premise at Burmah Road were ordered to close for failing to meet hygiene criteria. The notice of the closure was issue by the Penang State Health Department (JKNPP) due to the operating in dirty conditions. Penang Island City Council Licensing and Public Health Standing Committee

Chance For Malaysians To See Saturn This Friday

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KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 – Malaysians will get the rare opportunity of seeing the planet Saturn with a telescope, binoculars or even with the unaided eye when it is opposite the sun after sunset on Friday June 3. National Space Agency (Angkasa) research officer at the Langkawi National Observatory, Farahana Kamarudin,

Police To Probe Mercury Spill In Tasek Gelugor

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GEORGE TOWN, June 1 – Police will investigate the mercury spill at a Tasek Gelugor school on May 26 which exposed several houses to the chemical. Penang Police chief Datuk Abdul Ghafar Rajab this was necessary since mercury is harmful to the health.  He said, however, mercury is not categorised as

18 Arrests By MACC In Pahang As At May 31

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TEMERLOH, June 1 – The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in Pahang arrested 18 people for various alleged offences between January and yesterday. The number has exceeded the 17 recorded throughout 2015, state MACC director Datuk Wan Ramli Wan Abdullah told reporters after a talk and discussion on ‘preventing corruption from the roots’,

Mustapa: TPPA Will Not Undermine ASEAN Unity

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KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 – The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)will not undermine ASEAN unity as a single community, says Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed. He said there had been much discussions within ASEAN to disseminate information on the challenges and opportunities offered by the TPPA. “There

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