Perlis Ruler: Be moderate, respect differences

KANGAR: Raja of Perlis Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Jamalullail has directed the people to practice moderation while respecting the existing differences to avoid any issue cropping up especially concerning religion and race. He said such issues could be easily exploited to

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Annuar: We have not abandoned Utusan Malaysia

PUCHONG: Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa today denied accusations that the party had abandoned the troubled Malay daily Utusan Malaysia- an organisation that was championing Umno’s cause in the past. Annuar said his party was doing its best to

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Apology doesn’t mean Zakir has not breached his PR status

The apology by Zakir Naik is an acknowledgement by him that his speeches, objectively taken, has stirred racial unrest in multiracial Malaysia.  Zakir may have qualified his said apology by saying that his words were taken out of context but

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Utusan’s demise is PH’s greatest achievement in combatting racism

PUCHONG: A government backbencher said that the demise of Malay daily, Utusan Malaysia, as Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) greatest achievement in combatting racism. “I think the demise of Utusan would be PH’s greatest achievement as we seek to bury racism in

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Man who accused Orang Asli for Nora Anne’s death charged

KUALA LUMPUR: A man who posted a tweet alleging that French-Irish teenager Nora Anne Quoirin was raped by Orang Asli was charged at the Magistrate’s Court today. Muhammad Zikri Ibrahim, 29, was accused of committing intentional insult with intent to

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Utusan is valued at only RM8m

KUALA LUMPUR: Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd’s share price fell as much as four sen or 36.36% to seven sen, valuing the company at barely RM8 milion, so far today after the newspaper publisher announced yesterday a net loss for its

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Today is World Mosquito Day 2019: History, quotes & status

Today is World Mosquito Day. The day is celebrating all over the World. Basically, World Mosquito Day is celebrated to raise awareness about the causes of malaria and how it can be prevented. On August 20, a British doctor, Sir

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The reason I’m exasperated over the IPCMC bill

It has been reported that Liew Vui Keong, the de facto Law Minister, said the first round of briefings and consultations with stakeholders about the Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct (IPCMC) Bill, tabled in Parliament on 18 July, have been

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Thousand apologies Malaysia, I am no racist

I have always been a man of peace because that’s what Quran stands for. It has been my mission to spread peace throughout the world. Unfortunately, I do face detractors who try to prevent me from carrying out my mission.

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Sultan Nazrin: Voting age at 18 allows youngsters to shape nation

IPOH: Young people should not view the voting age of 18 as just a right, but should instead interpret it as an opportunity that gives young people more power in moulding the country’s leadership and voting the government. The Ruler

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