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Mahathir criticises overreach by shariah authorities

Mahathir criticises overreach by shariah authorities

Previous state head Dr Mahathir Mohamad has reprimanded the shariah framework, contending in his journal that shariah courts and strict specialists have exposed non-Muslims to their purview in specific cases. “Albeit Malaysian shariah law expresses that the shariah court just has locale over Muslims, strict specialists and the shariah courts …

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Taman Melawati residents protest over stalled sewerage work

Taman Melawati residents protest over stalled sewerage work

Taman Melawati inhabitants picketed today to vent their disappointment over the uncompleted sewerage overhauling work in their area. They asserted the task had been slowed down for quite some time and had made a ton of burden occupants. Taman Melawati Residents Association administrator Azhari Abd Taharim said the streets had …

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Nationwide liquor licence rule shocks Guan Eng

Nationwide liquor licence rule shocks Guan Eng

A brew deals limitation at coffeehouses and cafés from the following month in Perlis and a further government necessity for all kopitiam to have an alcohol permit to sell lager has frightened DAP’s Lim Guan Eng. This is one more indication of additional disintegration of non-Muslim privileges in the country, …

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Bold move to field new faces in Sarawak polls

Bold move to field new faces in Sarawak polls

The determination of new faces as possibility for the twelfth Sarawak state decisions shows that significant gatherings in the state are responsive to current political patterns and more ready to oblige the desires of citizens. Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) aide bad habit chancellor of administration and advancement Mohd Fadzil Abdul …

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Nur Sajat’s assets to be seized for failing to pay damages

Nur Sajat’s assets to be seized for failing to pay damages

The Shah Alam High Court has requested that resources having a place with Nur Sajat be seized after the beauty care products business visionary neglected to pay her stockist RM200,000 in harms. The court request was given by delegate recorder Farah Wahida Md Nor on Nov 22 after an application …

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Teens take case against vaccination to appeals court

Teens take case against vaccination to appeals court

Seven teenagers who need to impede the inoculation drive for youngsters have taken their case to the Court of Appeal. This follows a High Court choice to deny their leave application for legal survey of the antibody drive forthcoming the clinical preliminary aftereffects of the medication Ivermectin, among others. The …

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Better ways than national service to build unity, says Chandra

Better ways than national service to build unity, says Chandra

Political researcher Chandra Muzaffar has recommended a way to deal with public solidarity that is more complete than one proposed as of late in the Dewan Rakyat. Alluding to Sungai Petani MP Johari Abdul’s require a compulsory two-year public help program for school leavers, Chandra told FMT he accepted such …

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Gold rush shines light on the pittance given to Pitas

Gold rush shines light on the pittance given to Pitas

It was a disappointment for individuals of northern Pitas region when what they thought was a gold view turned out as moron’s gold. It was pyrite. For a couple of days, Pitas, perhaps the most unfortunate region in Malaysia, was at the center of attention and local people, just as …

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The government has forgotten about motorcyclists

The government has forgotten about motorcyclists

In the repercussions of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) report on Malaysia’s inauspicious street security record, pundits are pointing fingers at the absence of activity by the public authority to address the high demise rate including motorcyclists in the country. Transport organizer Wan Agyl Wan Hassan said the public authority …

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