DBKL closes 9 foreign premises around Bukit Bintang

PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) took immediate action to close down nine premises it operated foreigner around Bukit Bintang, late yesterday afternoon. According to DBKL, the action was taken after it carried out raids on 10 general merchandise business premises involving clothes, textiles, bags, phone accessories and restaurants run by Bangladeshis. He said …

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UMP revealed the history of the Malay empire through the screening of the Voyage of the Maestro

PEKAN: Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) is organizing a Special Screening of the Voyage of the Maestro Documentary and a Scholarly Dialogue Session as an effort to reveal the history of the Malay empire. Chairman of the UMP Board of Directors, Tan Sri Dr. Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman said that the show showcased the greatness of …

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The husband and wife are stuck in the trailer often together to deliver goods

SEREMBAN: Trailer driver Mazlan Molot, 48, and his wife Fauziah Uyop, in their 40s who died in the heavy vehicle fire yesterday, often deliver goods together. Both died in an accident at about 8.40am at Kilometer 259.6 of the North-South Highway near the Port Dickson Toll Plaza here. Mazlan’s mother, Mariam Kassim, 69, said the …

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MAIPs play a role in making the educational mission successful

KANGAR: The Council of Islamic Religion and Malay Customs of Perlis (MAIPs) will also play a role in making the education mission of the state and the country a success. The Young Raja of Perlis, Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra Jamalullail said, MAIPs will continue to be concerned about the development and needs of special education …

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MB together with thousands of Chinese people attended the Chinese New Year Carnival

ARAU : The quiet night atmosphere in Pekan Lama Arau turned lively with the presence of thousands of people, especially among the Chinese community, who attended the Chinese New Year Carnival here last night. Even more special, the three-day carnival that ends tonight was graced by the presence of Menteri Besar, Mohd. Shukri Ramli who …

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Exco appoints individuals to politicize suraus, mosques in Selangor

SHAH ALAM: Mohd. Zawawi Ahmad Mughni criticized the actions of a writer who claimed that mosques and suraus in Selangor were silent from religious programs through his article published yesterday. The chairman of the Selangor Islamic Religion, Consumers and Halal Industry Standing Committee insisted that mosques and suraus should not be polemised with political agendas …

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Sunak was criticized for not wearing a seat belt

LONDON: Police will examine a video uploaded by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak after he was criticized for allegedly not wearing a seat belt while in a moving car. Report Mirror UKSunak’s spokesperson who posted the video on social media said the mistake was unintentional and Sunak has apologized for the matter. “The Prime Minister …

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