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Cops to get Interpol to sniff out Twitter user who posted 'dogs' comment
KUALA LUMPUR: Police will seek the help of Interpol to trace a man who posted insulting tweets aimed at Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and...
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Malaysian police looking for offensive Twitter user who called them dogs
PETALING JAYA - Police are looking for a Twitter user who labelled them as "dogs".
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Police looking for offensive Twitter user
PETALING JAYA: Police are looking for a Twitter user who labelled them as “dogs”.
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Cops on the hunt for Twitter user who labelled them 'dogs', police reports lodged
PETALING JAYA: Two police reports have been lodged over a Twitter user referring to the cops as dogs.
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Thumbs up for new medicine procurement policy for hospitals
PETALING JAYA: Academics and experts have welcomed a new procurement method for the purchase of medicines in government hospitals, announced by the finance minister in the 2020 Budget.
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Supporters of LTTE risk going to jail, say police
KUALA LUMPUR: Promoting and supporting the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) could lead to jail time, say the police.
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Cops: Under our law, LTTE is terrorist group
Bukit Aman’s counter-terrorism chief Deputy Comm Datuk Ayob Khan  Mydin Pitchay has rejected the notion that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), whose sympathisers were arrested yesterday,...
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After arrests, PAS tells Bukit Aman to probe DAP for possible terror ties
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 11 — PAS wants the police to investigate DAP for any possible ties to defunct Sri Lankan terror group, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). Its information chief Kamaruzaman Mo...
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Under our law, LTTE is terrorist group, say cops as more arrests expected
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman’s counter-terrorism chief Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay has rejected the notion that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) whose sympathisers were arrested yesterday is figh...
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Santiago defends criticism of police action against LTTE sympathisers
PETALING JAYA: Klang MP Charles Santiago has denied a claim by police that he was stirring racial sentiments over the arrests of seven people for alleged links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam ...
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DAP MP baffled by arrest of seven over links to LTTE
DAP’s Klang MP Charles Santiago said he was shocked and baffled at the arrest of the seven suspects, including two DAP assemblymen for alleged links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).He...
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No proofs of attempts to revive LTTE: Charles
KUALA LUMPUR: There are no proofs of attempts to revive the Sri Lankan-based the Sri Lankan-based Tamil militant group Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in Malaysia, says Klang DAP MP Charles Sa...
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DAP MP questions arrest of party members over alleged ties to now-defunct Tamil Tigers
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 10 — Klang MP Charles Santiago questioned the arrests of two DAP state lawmakers over their alleged links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) by the police earlier today...
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Tamil Tigers defunct: DAP MP baffled over arrest of seven
KUALA LUMPUR: The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) movement has been defunct for many years and there is no attempt to revive it, says DAP’s Klang MP...
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DAP man baffled by arrests over LTTE
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang MP Charles Santiago has questioned the arrests of two DAP assemblymen for alleged links with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), saying the separatist group is now defunct...
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Malaysian MPs vote to repeal 'fake news' law
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian lawmakers on Wednesday (Oct 9) once again voted to repeal a controversial law that punished spreading "fake news" with up to six years behind bars and which critics said was a...
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Malaysian MPs vote to repeal 'fake news' law
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian lawmakers voted to repeal a controversial law on Wednesday (Oct 9) that punished spreading "fake news" with up to six years behind bars and which critics said was aimed at sti...
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Let cops decide on ‘Malaysia for Malays’ speech, Waytha says
PUTRAJAYA: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department P Waytha Moorthy today said he would leave it to the authorities to probe a controversial speech made at the Malay Dignity Congress on Sunday.
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PM says he did not hear ‘Malaysia is for Malays’ remark at Malay Dignity Congress
SHAH ALAM, Oct 6 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he did not hear a co-organiser of today’s Malay Dignity Congress make a racially charged statement during his speech.
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IGP’s straight talk to graduating cops, and 9 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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DAP MP reminds Dr M regarding oft-repeated 'PM for all M'sians' remark
The past months have witnessed public displays of anger, frustration and disappointment over the play of religion on politics, said DAP lawmaker Charles Santiago.
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Give tax incentives to boost water recycling, SPAN tells govt
PETALING JAYA: The National Water Service Commission (SPAN) has called on Putrajaya to give out tax incentives for initiatives into recycling and reuse of water.
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Adib’s inquest: AG an easy target, says Charles
PETALING JAYA: Umno and PAS have been accused of trying to gain political mileage by claiming that Attorney-General Tommy Thomas had interfered in the inquest into the death of firefighter Muhammad Ad...
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SPAN seeks stiffer penalties
PETALING JAYA: With water cuts due to pollution fast becoming a regular occurrence across the country, the National Water Services Commission (SPAN) wants to...
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Probe on water disruption cases completed, findings sent to AGC
PETALING JAYA: Findings from investigations into several cases of water disruption in the Klang Valley in the past year have been referred to the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) for further action...
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In the dark over Political Funding Bill
PETALING JAYA: MPs are in the dark over the details of a proposed Bill that will require political parties to reveal their source of funds.
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Klang MP proposes extraterritorial law to prosecute Malaysian firms burning land in Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 ― A DAP lawmaker said today he would be writing to Attorney General (AG) Tommy Thomas on Monday urging the latter to issue certificates under Section 22 of the Courts of Judica...
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Melaka told to look for new water sources
PETALING JAYA: The state of Melaka should look into finding new sources of water, including underground water, to avoid shortages in the future, says National Water Services Commission (SPAN) chairman Charles Santiago.
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There are laws to act against errant companies, says MP
PETALING JAYA: There is already a provision under current legislation for the government to act against Malaysian companies found to have contributed to the haze even if they are operating in other co...
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MP says Putrajaya can probe Malaysian firms implicated in Indonesian fires
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 19 — The Environmental Quality Act (EQA) empowers the federal government to investigate the Malaysian firms whose subsidiaries were accused of open burning in Indonesia, Klang MP ...
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Use existing law to go after haze culprits, MP says
PETALING JAYA: Klang MP Charles Santiago today suggested that the government utilise an existing piece of legislation to go after companies responsible for the haze that has blanketed the country for ...
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Ironic that cops question me in Malaysia Baru, says ex-ambassador
Former ambassador Dennis Ignatius said he finds it ironic that police had summoned him for questioning over his remarks about the controversial preacher Zakir Naik.
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Malaysia lacks will to exercise anti-pollution legislation: Environmentalist
PETALING JAYA: A law to take local companies to court for causing pollution abroad will be effective only if it is properly enforced, carries a deterrent sentence and there is a change in mindset, acc...
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Ex-envoy next to be called by Bukit Aman over Zakir Naik’s complaint
KUALA LUMPUR: Former ambassador Dennis Ignatius will be called in by Bukit Aman tomorrow over a report against him and four others by fugitive Indian Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik, a source told FMT.
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MP proposes legislation to haul up local parties contributing to pollution overseas
PETALING JAYA: On a day when two Malaysian cities purportedly earned the dubious honour of having the worst air quality in the world, a member of Parliament has put forth a suggestion that could help ...
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Bukit Aman record statement from Santiago
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have recorded a statement from Klang MP Charles Santiago over remarks he made against controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
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Peat fires possible reason for ‘very unhealthy’ air quality, says Klang MP
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang MP Charles Santiago today said peat fires could be a cause of the “very unhealthy” air quality recorded in Johan Setia in his constituency during the last few days.
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I was only doing my duty, says Santiago after questioning at Bukit Aman
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang MP Charles Santiago was questioned at Bukit Aman today over his statement calling for Cabinet action against controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
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Klang MP has statement recorded over alleged defamation of Zakir Naik
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang MP Charles Santiago had his statement recorded by the police on Monday (Sept 16) over a statement he had made against controversial...
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PM to look into RM450m direct nego claims and 8 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Cops to question Charles tomorrow over Zakir report
PETALING JAYA: The police will question Klang MP Charles Santiago (pix) tomorrow over a report lodged by controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik last month.
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Santiago at Bukit Aman Monday over Zakir Naik’s police report
PETALING JAYA: Klang MP Charles Santiago will be at Bukit Aman tomorrow morning to facilitate investigations by the police over a report filed against him by controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
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Cops to question Klang MP on M'sia Day over Zakir's police report
Police will question Klang MP Charles Santiago tomorrow, which is also Malaysia Day, over a police report lodged by preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
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Stop blame game and bring haze culprits to justice, Malaysia and Indonesia told
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 14 — A DAP lawmaker has called for a joint investigation team (JIT) to be formed to bring those responsible for constant transboundary haze to justice.
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Haze - take legal action against Malaysian companies
MP SPEAKS | The government should immediately initiate legal proceedings against Malaysian companies that are responsible for jungle fires and open burning in Indonesia.
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Zakir Naik's alleged defamation a civil case
LETTER | Dr Zakir Naik’s allegation of defamation against five people is a civil case and it is not appropriate for the police to investigate a case of a civil nature.
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Zakir Naik’s alleged defamation is a civil case — Wong Ang Peng
SEPTEMBER 12 — Dr Zakir Naik’s allegation of defamation against five others is a civil case and it is not appropriate for the police to investigate a case of civil nature.
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Yoursay: Who call the shots – our elected reps or Zakir Naik?
YOURSAY | ‘The police should have better sense than to harass ministers in His Majesty's gov’t…’ Five named in Zakir Naik's police report to be called up next week Kee Thuan Chye: Defamation i...
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Ramasamy, Charles ready to cooperate with cops over Zakir report
PETALING JAYA: Four Pakatan Harapan (PH) leaders who have been urged to assist police over controversial preacher Zakir Naik’s case have said they will cooperate fully.
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Cops to question Ramasamy, rep in Penang over reports by Naik
PETALING JAYA: Federal police will question Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy and Bagan Dalam assemblyman Satees Muniandy in Penang on Wednesday over reports filed against them by controversi...
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Bukit Aman to question Penang DCM II, rep on Wednesday (Sept 11) in Zakir defamation probe
GEORGE TOWN: The police will record statements from Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy and Bagan Dalam assemblyman Satees Muniandy on...
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Minister to be summoned
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman will call up several individuals, including a minister, who were alleged to have defamed controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik, says Bukit...
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Cops never contacted us, ex-ambassador, reps say on Zakir Naik report
PETALING JAYA: A former ambassador, an MP and a deputy chief minister have refuted claims by the police that they have been asked to step forward to give their statements over a report filed against t...
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Cops to call in five accused of defaming Zakir Naik
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 8 — The police will be asking five men to have their statements recorded over allegations by fugitive Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik of having been defamed by them.
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Cops to call 5 men to assist in probe over Zakir Naik’s report
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are expected to call five individuals, including a minister, to record their statements following a police report lodged against them by Indian preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
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Cops to record statements from those who allegedly defamed Zakir Naik
KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman will call up those who controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik alleged to have defamed him by next week, says Comm Datuk Huzir...
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Water industry players to use 1% annual budget for integrity programmes: Xavier
PUTRAJAYA: Starting next year, operators and suppliers in the water supply and sewerage services industry have to allocate 1% of their annual operation budget to carry out integrity programmes.
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Water industry players to use 1 percent of budget for integrity programmes
Starting next year, operators and suppliers in the water supply and sewerage services industry need to allocate one percent of their annual operation budget for integrity programmes.
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Water industry players to use 1% annual budget for integrity — Xavier
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 5): Starting next year, operators and suppliers in the water supply and sewerage services industry have to allocate one per cent of their annual operation budget to carry out integrity...
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Do you want only yes-men, Ramasamy asks Zuraida
PETALING JAYA: P Ramasamy of DAP has questioned whether Zuraida Kamaruddin of PKR was only interested in seeing sycophants among Pakatan Harapan leaders.
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Get rid of the 'opposition mentality', Zuraida tells Harapan leaders
PKR vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin has taken to task two DAP leaders who had issued public statements that purportedly questioned the leadership of Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Mahathir must stop this passive-aggressive-type leadership
I refer to media reports quoting Klang MP Charles Santiago as saying that this year’s Merdeka mood is sour because of the public’s disappointment with the Pakatan Harapan government.
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If PM vacates as promised, quips Wan Azizah on 'no room for Anwar' remark
In what appeared to be a light-hearted reminder, Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah referred to Dr Mahathir Mohamad's promise to hand over the leadership reins to her husband, Anwar Ibrahim.
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Santiago: Merdeka mood sours as people are disappointed in Pakatan
PETALING JAYA: The mood leading up to Merdeka Day has turned sombre for Klang MP Charles Santiago, who says the people are disappointed in the current...
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Politics and Policy: DAP’s predicament
THE Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) is back in the news again.
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DAP MP: Fearing Dr M back to old tricks, people want to give Anwar a chance
After all that has transpired over the past 16 months since Pakatan Harapan swept into power, Charles Santiago said like everyone else, he too, tinkered with a tiny flash of hope.
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Punish Kit Siang first instead of Rais Hussin, Najib tells PM
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has been urged not to be one-sided in taking action against Pakatan Harapan members who believe the party will lose future elections, said former premier Najib Abdul...
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Will PH lose if GE held today? We still have time, says Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng (pix) has downplayed claims by a number of Pakatan Harapan (PH) leaders that the ruling government would lose if a general election was held today.
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Yes, PH popularity in decline but we’ve 4 more years, says Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR: DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng today acknowledged that the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government could lose if a general election were to take place today.
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PH duo agrees, coalition might be in trouble
PETALING JAYA: Two MPs from Pakatan Harapan (PH) agree with the assessment by PPBM chief strategist Rais Hussin that the ruling coalition would face defeat if a general election were called now, sayin...
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Penang DCM lodges report against Dr Zakir Naik after receiving second legal notice
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 26 — Deputy Chief Minister II P. Ramasamy today lodged a police report against Dr Zakir Naik after receiving a second notice of demand from the controversial preacher.
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Ramasamy receives legal notice over interview with Indian TV channel
GEORGE TOWN: Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy today confirmed receipt of a legal notice from Dr Zakir Naik’s lawyer, saying the preacher plans to sue him over remarks made in a recent inte...
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Why still no action against Zakir Naik, Ramasamy asks Dr M
PETALING JAYA: DAP’s P Ramasamy has questioned the prime minister’s lack of action against Dr Zakir Naik, a day after the controversial Indian preacher lodged a second police report against him ac...
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Police record statements from Dong Zhong chairman, secretary
KUALA LUMPUR: Two top officials of the United Chinese School Committees’ Association of Malaysia (Dong Zong) were summoned for questioning by police at Bukit Aman yesterday.
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Naik lodges report against Ramasamy for ‘hate monger’ remarks to Indian TV
KUALA LUMPUR: Dr Zakir Naik has accused Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy of defaming him during an interview with an Indian news channel.
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Lawyer insists no black-and-white gag order on Dr Zakir Naik, merely ‘advice’ from cops
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 22 — The lawyer for controversial Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik has insisted there is no binding order for his client which prevents him from speaking publicly in Malaysia.
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Naik at Bukit Aman again over report against ex-envoy, DAP leaders
KUALA LUMPUR: Indian preacher Dr Zakir Naik is back at Bukit Aman to give his statement on the police report against Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran and several others over alleged defamatory ...
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Dr Zakir Naik arrives at Bukit Aman for third round of questioning
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 22 — Controversial televangelist Dr Zakir Naik has arrived at the Bukit Aman police headquarters for questioning by the police for the third time.
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Zakir back in Bukit Aman over police report he lodged
KUALA LUMPUR: Controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik is back at Bukit Aman on Thursday afternoon (Aug 22).
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Zakir Naik to return to Bukit Aman today, this time over defamation complaint against minister
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 22 ― Controversial India-born preacher Dr Zakir Naik will be meeting federal police again this afternoon, his lawyer confirmed.
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Naik to return to Bukit Aman over reports against DAP leaders, ex-envoy
KUALA LUMPUR: Indian preacher Dr Zakir Naik is expected to return to Bukit Aman within the next two days to have his statement recorded following his report against five individuals including a minist...
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Lawmakers say they’ll see Zakir in court
PETALING JAYA: Lawmakers whom Dr Zakir Naik has threatened to sue are adamant in not issuing an apology to him despite the end of the 48-hour notice to do so.
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Controversial Malaysian preacher Zakir now demands an apology from 4 for defamation
KUALA LUMPUR - Controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik has given Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy and three others a 48-hour notice to apologise and pay a reasonable settlement sum to avoid...
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Ramasamy wants his day in court with Zakir Naik
Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy is looking forward to squaring up with controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik, saying he hopes the latter is around when the defamation case comes up in court.
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Ramasamy: Apology not in my vocabulary when it comes to Zakir Naik
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 19 — Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P. Ramasamy is ready to face India-born fugitive televangelist Dr Zakir Naik in court for defamation.
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Zakir wants Ramasamy and three others to apologise within 48 hours or face defamation suit
KUALA LUMPUR: Controversial preacher Zakir Naik has given Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy and three others a 48-hour notice to apologise and pay a reasonable settlement sum to avoid being sued for defamation.
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Dr Zakir Naik serves four more with notices of demand
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — India-born fugitive televangelist Dr Zakir Naik has demanded that four others apologise and offer a reasonable settlement within 48 hours or risk being sued for defamation.
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Zakir sends four more notices of demand
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 19): As controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik is scheduled to have his statement recorded again in Bukit Aman this afternoon, his lawyers sent the remaining four notices of demand to ...
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Apologise and pay, Zakir slaps four more with notices of demand
Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik demanded Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy and three others to apologise and offer a reasonable settlement sum within 48 hours or risk being sued for defamation.
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PH choosing to govern by procrastination
Despite our bloated civil service that continues to bleed our annual budget dry, the Pakatan Harapan government continues to procrastinate in solving the nation’s problems by forming new committees,...
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Kula says he is ready to take on Naik’s defamation suit
PETALING JAYA: Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran today said he had no intention of apologising for his remarks against preacher Dr Zakir Naik.
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I’m prepared to face Naik in court, says Ramasamy
PETALING JAYA: DAP’s P Ramasamy today said he welcomed the police report lodged by Dr Zakir Naik against him and four others for alleged defamation and is prepared to face the controversial preacher...
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Unperturbed by police reports, Zakir's critics ready to face him
Four individuals have welcomed a police report lodged against them by preacher Zakir Naik.
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No need for special body to tackle river pollution, says MNS
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) says it is not necessary to set up a new agency to govern rivers in the country as there are many existing agencies the government can make use of.
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Preacher lodges police reports against his critics
PETALING JAYA: Zakir Naik has lodged police reports and will be taking legal action against some of his critics in government.
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Santiago welcomes police probe
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang MP Charles Santiago denies defaming Zakir Naik and says he will welcome police investigations into the controversial preacher’s allegations against him.
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I’ll prove I didn’t misquote Naik, says DAP MP
PETALING JAYA: DAP’s Charles Santiago today said that Dr Zakir Naik had every right to lodge a police report against him and vowed to co-operate with the authorities.
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Santiago denies defaming Zakir, welcomes police probe
PETALING JAYA: Klang MP Charles Santiago denies defaming controversial preacher Zakir Naik and welcomes police investigations into the preacher's allegations.
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Zakir lodges report against Kula, Santiago, three others
PETALING JAYA: Controversial preacher Zakir Naik has lodged a police report against Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran, Klang MP Charles Santiago and three other people.
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Zakir files police report, accuses minister, four others of sowing discord in M'sia
Controversial Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik has filed a police report against Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran, Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy and three others.
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