Melaka says no to Oct 1 opening of domestic tourism

Melaka says no to Oct 1 opening of domestic tourism

Melaka won’t make its ways for homegrown sightseers on Oct 1 as proposed by the travel industry, expressions and culture service, said boss clergyman Sulaiman Md Ali today. All things being equal, he said the state will just do as such after 90% of the country’s grown-up populace have been …

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Govt to file defence in Pulau Batu Puteh claim by Oct 8

Govt to file defence in Pulau Batu Puteh claim by Oct 8

Legal advisor Mohaji Selamat, who showed up for the offended party, Mohd Hatta Sanuri, didn’t have a problem with the application for the expansion of time. Erma said the adjudicator has fixed another case the board on Oct 29. Hatta, who documented the suit on May 28, has named the …

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Automatic voter registration and Undi18 by Dec 30

Automatic voter registration and Undi18 by Dec 30

The enrollment of 18-year-olds as electors and programmed citizen enlistment is relied upon to be carried out by December 2021, said law serve Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar. He said the Election Commission (EC) was distinguishing and searching for answers for Undi18 and the programmed citizen enlistment to be implemented.The EC …

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Why was airport project given to firm under Amla probe, asks NGO

Why was airport project given to firm under Amla probe, asks NGO

The Kedah menteri besar has been approached to clarify the express government’s choice to grant the agreement to fabricate the Kulim air terminal to a firm that is being tested under an enemy of tax evasion act. Pertubuhan Peneraju Insan secretary Indrani Selvakumar said the Penang-based organization additionally had its …

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Cops probe dirty messages and pictures involving ‘famous preacher’

Cops probe dirty messages and pictures involving ‘famous preacher’ (1)

Police have opened an examination paper into profane recordings and scurrilous messages which have circulated around the web on the Telegram application, purportedly including a “renowned evangelist in Malaysia”. In an assertion today, Criminal Investigation Department chief Abd Jalil Hassan said examinations were being directed under Section 504 of the …

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Queen leads plaudits after Raducanu’s stunning Slam win

Queen leads plaudits after Raducanu’s stunning Slam win

Emma Raducanu’s exceptional US Open victory on Saturday prompted a blast of satisfaction in Britain, with Queen Elizabeth II driving the festivals as the 18-year-old qualifier made tennis history in New York. Raducanu beat 19-year-old Canadian Leylah Fernandez 6-4, 6-3 to turn into Britain’s first ladies’ Grand Slam singles champion …

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Overcome by loss, tearful Djokovic revels in crowd love

Overcome by loss, tearful Djokovic revels in crowd love (1)

Sorrowful Novak Djokovic felt alleviation and misery after his Grand Slam dream kicked the bucket with a US Open last loss, defeat by misfortune yet winning ardent help from New York fans. World No 1 Djokovic missed the main schedule year Slam since 1969 at the last obstacle today, losing …

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