Penang Quadruple Murder: The Suspect Remains Cremated

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GEORGE TOWN, Jun 15 – The suspect, Chung Chun Wah, 32, who was gunned down by police after an exchange of fire in Air Itam here yesterday, was leaves the Penang Hospital mortuary around 1:30pm. The remain of Chung direct sent to Penang’s Batu Gantung Crematorium to be cremated. The atmosphere at the crematorium

Risky To Hire Illegal Immigrants As Body Guards

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 15 – Hiring the service of illegal immigrants as security guards brings more problems than good, said Home Ministry’s principal assistant secretary Hanafee Yusof. He said the action by some residential and commercial building owners in hiring security guards without going through proper procedures would be to their own

Pahang State Govt Awaits Gazetting Of Special Registration Plates

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KUANTAN, Jul 15 – The Pahang state government is awaiting the gazetting of a series of VIP vehicle registration numbers by the Road Transport Department before submitting an official application to the enforcement agency. Pahang state secretary Datuk Seri Muhammad Safian Ismail said the state government will enforce the provision of the

SEMICON SEA 2016 Achieves 11% Growth, Helping Transform The Southeast Asia Semiconductor Landscape For The New Hybrid Age

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 15 – SEMI, the global semiconductor industry association serving the entire manufacturing supply chain, concluded SEMICON Southeast Asia 2016 (SEMICON SEA 2016) on a transfomative note. The exhibition emphasized new business opportunities, and cross-regional engagement, across all segments of the microelectronics industries, from semiconductors and equipment, to

Batu Maung Shooting Suspect Gunned Down By Police

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GEORGE TOWN, Jul 14 – Batu Maung shooting suspect, who shot dead four people including three of his family members yesterday, was gunned down by police after an exchange of fire in Air Itam here this evening. State Criminal Investigation Department chief Datuk Razarudin Husain said police received a tip off from the

Former Van Driver Fined For Hurting Wife

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 14 – A former van driver was fined RM3,000, in default three months’ jail, by the Magistrate’s Court here today for causing hurt on his wife. Magistrate Mohd Rehan Mohd Aris handed down the sentence on S. Suresh, who pleaded guilty to the charge. Suresh, 23, was charged with

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