16% Of Teenagers Involved In Bullying

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 26 – A Health Ministry study found that 16% of the country’s teenagers were involved in bullying, 13% smoked, 7% in sexual activities and 6% in suicide attempts. Health Minister Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said the finding was the result of the 2017 Adolescent Health Survey by his ministry

Malaysia To Host 22nd DGICM From Aug 5-9

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 25 – Malaysia will host the 22nd Asean Directors-General of Immigration Departments and Heads of Consular Affairs Divisions of Ministries of Foreign Affairs Meeting (DGICM), which will be held here from Aug 5 to 9. According to Immigration Department director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali, the annual meeting would

Scrapping Sosma Doesn’t Mean Govt Condones Terrorism

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 25 – The proposal to repeal the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma) does not mean that the government is tolerant of terrorism, the Dewan Rakyat was told yesterday. A government backbencher Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad (PH-Setiawangsa) said on the contrary, it was the duty of the

More Than RM600m In Socso Payout Last Year

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 23 – The Social Security Organisation (Socso) distributed more than RM600 million in payout for its members’ deaths, disabilities and injuries last year. Chairman of Socso, Tan Sri Dr Aseh Che Mat, said there were 33,319 accidents last year – of which 667 resulted in fatalities – and the

WhatsApp To Limit Forwarding Of Messages

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NEW DELHI, Jul 22 – Following concerns from Indian government, messaging service WhatsApp said it was working towards limiting the forwarding of messages on its service, officials said. The move apparently has been taken following the continuous reminders from Indian government to the company to immediately contain spread of fake, motivated

Nga: Govt May Reinstate Parliamentary Service Act

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IPOH, Jul 22 – The Pakatan Harapan government is considering on reinstating the Parliamentary Service Act 1963, said Dewan Rakyat Deputy Speaker Nga Kor Ming. He said the Act which was repealed in 1992 had to be restored to give Parliament autonomy over its administration and to enable it to play

Dr Mahathir: PAS, BN Are ‘Siblings ‘

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jul 21 – Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has described PAS and Barisan Nasional (BN) as ‘siblings’ on the issue of fielding candidates in the Sungai Kandis state by-election. Following the nomination today, the by-election will witness a three-cornered fight involving BN candidate Datuk Lokman Noor Adam; Mohd

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