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Nancy Shukri Never Dreamt Of Being Called Anti-Christian, Says Report

Nancy Shukri    -File picKUALA LUMPUR ― Minister Nancy Shukri has said she never dreamt she would be labelled “anti-Christian” or one who backs the burning of bibles, The Borneo Post has reported.

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Hundreds In Walk Against Sedition Act In Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR - Hundreds of people, including lawyers, took to the streets in a peaceful rally to call for the repeal of the Sedition Act 1948, marching over 1km from Padang Merbok to Parliament House here.

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‘Asia And Europe Must Remove Trade Barriers’

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak MILAN: Asia and Europe must remove any barriers to inter-regional trade and improve their multilateral trade system, said Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

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Alleged Strippers' Trial Set For Case Management On Nov 21

FilepicBALIK PULAU: The Magistrate's Court on Thursday fixed Nov 21 for case management of the trial of four individuals accused of causing public disturbance by stripping in public.

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Media Prima Disburses Tabung Bencana Aid In Penampang

PENAMPANG: Media Prima Bhd distributed items to ease the burden of flood victims here, today.

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‘Climate Change Will Affect Us But No Cyclones’

KUALA LUMPUR: MALAYSIANS can breathe a sigh of relief because the country is not on the path of typhoons, tropical cyclones or tornadoes, said the Malaysian Meteorological Department.

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Don’t Give Sabah Scraps – DAP

Kota Kinabalu MP Jimmy Wong Sze Phin (right) objects the idea of tolling the Pan-Borneo Highway, a move that would make Sabahans suffer like ‘fools’. ― Photo: The Malay MailKOTA KINABALU- The Democratic Action Party (DAP) yesterday jumped on the bandwagon to support Kalabakan MP, Datuk Abdul Ghapur Salleh in demanding that contracts for the multi-billion Pan Borneo Highway be given to local companies from east Malaysia.

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Ali Hamsa Urges Malaysian Retailers To Understand, Prepare For Gst

Tan Sri Dr Ali HamsaKUALA LUMPUR - Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa has urged Malaysian retailers to take the initiative for a better understanding of the Goods and Sevices Tax (GST) which will be implemented from April 1, next year.

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Dutch PM To Visit Malaysia To Discuss MH17

Pic: NSTMILAN: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will visit Malaysia on Nov 5 to discuss on the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

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High Court Fixes Date For Church’s Bid For The Usage Of The Word “Allah”

Rev Datuk Jerry Dusing, Sabah president of Sidang Injil BorneoKUALA LUMPUR: The High Court fixed Nov 4 for case management of Sidang Injil Borneo (SIB) church's bid for declarations, including that it has the right to use the word "Allah" in its religious publications and practice.

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