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Green Technology Roadmap To Create Over 200k Green Jobs By 2030

Pic: theSunKUALA LUMPUR: The green technology roadmap will help the sector achieve a revenue of RM180 billion and create more than 200,000 green jobs by 2030, said Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili.

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Immigration Dept To Get More Details On Sri Lankans Nabbed With Malaysian Passports

PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department is getting in touch with its counterpart in Indonesia to learn more about the five Sri Lankans nabbed with Malaysian passports there recently.

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Anti-Kleptocracy Rally Organisers To Iron Out Issues With Police

SHAH ALAM: Organisers of the anti-kleptocracy rally this Saturday will be meeting with the police to iron out issues amid disapproval by the authorities.

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Lawyer: Zamihan Should Not Be Arrested, Being Rude Is Not A Crime

PETALING JAYA: Human rights lawyer Eric Paulsen has said Zamihan Mat Zin's action of criticising a Sultan for banning a Muslim-only launderette does not warrant his arrest.

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Accountant Loses RM250,000 To Phone Scammers

PETALING JAYA: A 52-year-old accountant lost RM250,000 to telephone scammers who fleeced him into believing that the security of his bank accounts had been compromised.

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JKKK Should Be Proactive In Convincing Grassroots To Support BN - Nanta

Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi

MIRI, Oct 12 – The government wants grassroots leaders in the state to be proactive in convincing the village community to continue supporting the Barisan Nasional (BN) government in the coming 14th general election.

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South China Sea Issues Should Be Addressed Through Peaceful Means - Anifah

Pic: BernamaKOTA SAMARAHAN: Malaysia believes that the South China Sea issues are complex, multi-faceted and highly sensitive and therefore, overlapping claims in the South China Sea should be addressed through peaceful means and in accordance with the relevant principles of international law.

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Less Undesirable Incidents In Police Lock-Ups Following Smart System Rollout

Pic: NSTPKUALA LUMPUR: The number of undesirable incidents in police lock-ups has seen a decline following the introduction of the Self-Monitoring Analytics Reporting Technology (Smart) Lock-up system in February last year.

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M’sian Man’s Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons Wins The Nobel Peace Prize

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) won the Nobel Peace Prize last Friday, October 6, in Oslo.

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Malaysia Needs To Emphasize On R&D To Become Developed Nation By 2050 - DPM

KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysia needs to emphasize on the importance of research and deveopment (R&D) and innovation in the pursuit of a developed and high income nation, said Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

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