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LAST_UPDATEThu, 19 Jan 2017 8pm

By-Election For Tanjong Datu State Seat On Feb 18

PUTRAJAYA: The by-election for the Tanjong Datu State Assembly seat in Sarawak will be held on Feb 18, said Election Commission (EC) Chairman Datuk Seri Mohd Hashim Abdullah.

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'Canada's Worst Rapist' Who Attacked And Raped Over 30 Women Will Return Home To Malaysia A Free Man

When Subbiah was arrested back in 1991 he was carrying a black book containing the names of 170 women, rated on a scale of 0 to 10.  Filepic: Toronto Star

He has served 24 years in maximum security prison, survived being stabbed by fellow prisoners and will have legally finished his prison term on 29 January this year.

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Nurse Brutally Slashed On The Face By Snatch Thief After She Kicked And Fought Back

The valiant attempt to ward off her assailant resulted in a nurse getting her face slashed by a snatch thief.

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Fears Of Electronic Pick-Pocketing Increase With Growing Use Of Contactless Debit Cards

Filepic: ReutersKUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) said recent media postings on electronic pick-pocketing on individuals with contactless cards were not true.

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Khalid Samad Fined For Teaching Islam Without Credentials

KLANG: Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad was fined RM2,900 in lieu of three months' jail after being found guilty last month for teaching Islam without credentials over a talk he gave at a surau in Kapar in 2011.

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Malaysia Calls For Concerted Effort By OIC To Tackle Rohingya Crisis In Myanmar

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has called for a concerted effort from Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states to bring its collective concerns to the Myanmar government to cease all discriminatory actions against the Rohingya.

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BNM Refutes Media Postings On Electronic Pick-Pocketing

KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) said yesterday recent media postings on electronic pick-pocketing on individuals with contactless cards were not true.

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No-Go For Kapcai Proposal If People Disagree - Tengku Adnan

Filepic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor today clarified that the ban on small capacity engine motorcycles or kapcai from entering the city centre is only a proposal and will not be implemented if the people disagree.

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Outrage Over JHEAT Anti-Vice Move

Filepic: BernamaPETALING JAYA: Lawyers and non-governmental organisations are outraged with a move by Terengganu Religious Affairs Department (JHEAT) that it may extend its anti-vice enforcement to passengers in vehicles, such as cars.

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School Co-Ops Should Venture Into High-Impact Business - Angkasa

Filepic: Astro AwaniGEORGE TOWN: School cooperatives should venture into high-impact business to increase revenue and profit, Angkatan Koperasi Kebangsaan Malaysia Bhd (Angkasa) President Datuk Abdul Fattah Abdullah said.

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