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Ismail: No ‘Bazaar Ramadan’ allowed to operate if MCO continues

PUTRAJAYA: No Ramadan bazaar will be allowed to operate if the Movement Control Order (MCO) is still enforced, said Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob. However, he said, if the MCO is lifted, the National Security Council

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MMEA inspects 10 foreign yachts in Langkawi, prohibits crew from landing

LANGKAWI: The Kedah and Perlis Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA Kedah and Perlis) inspected 10 foreign yachts in the waters off Pulau Langkawi yesterday to ensure that the Movement Control Order (MCO) was complied with, including prohibiting the crew from

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Zulkifli to discuss on haj plans with Saudi envoy next week

KUALA LUMPUR: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Religious Affairs, Datuk Dr Zulkifli Mohamad Al-Bakri will meet with Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to Malaysia, Datuk Dr Mahmoud Hussien Saeed Qattan on April 7, to discuss on current Haj issues. “We will

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AmBank donates RM 500,000 to COVID-19 fund via MERCY

KUALA LUMPUR: AmBank Group has pledged its support to donate RM500,000 to Tabung COVID-19 via MERCY Malaysia as part of its efforts to assist the relief initiatives and cushion the outbreak’s severe impact on the national healthcare system. Chairman Tan

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Armed forces uses drones to carry out aerial surveillance in EMCO areas

JOHOR BAHRU: The Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) will carry out aerial surveillance using drones in Simpang Renggam to ensure local residents comply with the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO). Johor Health and Environment Committee chairman R. Vidyananthan said it involved

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Lim: Government should explore possibility of holding an emergency “virtual” Parliament session

Government should explore the possibility of holding an emergency “virtual” Parliament as it is imperative that Malaysia adopts a “whatever it takes” strategy not only to win the Covid 19 war but to survive the post-coronavirus pandemic economics The Malaysian

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MCO: Woman who screamed ‘idiot’ at cop charged

PUCHONG: A sales manager claimed trial at the magistrate’s court here for uttering an insulting word against a policeman and for preventing civil servants from carrying out their duty while they were manning a roadblock on March 31. Tong Poh

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MCO: ERL suspends rail services effective tomorrow

KUALA LUMPUR: Effective tomorrow, the Express Rail Link (ERL) is suspending all its rail services for the duration of the current Movement Control Order (MCO) extended period due to the very low numbers of ridership in the past eight days.

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MCO: Testing period for frontliners with autistic children

KUALA TERENGGANU: There is no doubt that the Movement Control Order (MCO), implemented since March 18 in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19, has impacted the daily routine of every Malaysian, more so that of autistic children. These

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COVID-19: Hisham joins coalition of global scientists

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah has joined a coalition of global scientists in their efforts to respond to COVID-19 pandemic in resource-poor settings. Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) in a statement today said, Hisham

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