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Abu Kassim Ends Service As MACC Chief On Aug 1

PUTRAJAYA: Abu Kassim Mohamed is to discontinue service as per his request as the Chief Commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on Aug 1, Chief Secretary to the Government Ali Hamsa said yesterday.

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Don’t Honk At Animals On Highways To Avoid Mishaps

KUALA LUMPUR: Motorists are advised not to honk at animals spotted astray along the highways to prevent the creatures from panicking and being uncontrollable.

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Cambodian Detained For Posing As Muslim, Begging For Donations At Ramadan Bazaar

The Cambodian man, in his 30s, was among nine individuals arrested in the two-hour integrated operation mounted at a Ramadan bazaar in Sura Gate, Dungun.DUNGUN: A Cambodian national was detained for posing as a Muslim when begging for donations at a Ramadan bazaar in Sura Gate here Tuesday.

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11 Tonnes Of Firecrackers, Fireworks Seized By Customs: DG

The Customs Department seized 11 tonnes of firecrackers and fireworks throughout the country over the last two months said its director-general Datuk Seri Khazali Ahmad.SEPANGGAR: The Customs Department seized 11 tonnes of firecrackers and fireworks throughout the country over the last two months said its director-general Datuk Seri Khazali Ahmad.

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'Face' On Mt Kinabalu Goes Viral More Than A Year After Sabah Earthquake

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Hikers who pass by the iconic St John's Peak on Mount Kinabalu just as sunrise breaks have reported a startling sight.

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Chairman Of Crime-Related NGO Receives RM300,000 Per Month

Before the arrest, the individual concerned reportedly met with the complainant, who is also believed to be involved in illegal gambling activities.KUALA LUMPUR: The chairman of a crime-related non-governmental organisation (NGO) who was arrested late last night in Nilai, Negeri Sembilan allegedly received extortion money totaling more than RM300,000 a month since the past few years.

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Man Detained To Aid In Probe Of Child Molestation Case

JOHOR BAHARU: Police detained a 20-year-old man on Tuesday to facilitate investigations on the molestation of a six-year-old girl at Taman Kota Jaya, near Kota Tinggi.

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Health Ministry Confirms 2 Deaths From Diptheria, Urge Parents To Ensure Their Children Get Complete Vaccination

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has urged parents to ensure that their children receive the complete 5-in-1 antigen vaccines in order to protect them from various diseases including diphtheria infection.

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VIP Number Plates Not A Good Idea

PETALING JAYA: Amid reports that vanity plates with the prefix "VIP" will be up for bidding next year in conjunction with Visit Pahang Year 2017, some quarters have expressed concerns over the matter.

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Syariah Courts Bill Needs Detailed Explanation: Constitution Experts

FilePic: NSTKUALA LUMPUR: The Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) (Amendment) Bill 2016 which was tabled in Parliament in May should be given more detailed explanation to the people in the country.

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