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Topic: Interpretation

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Who’s a Sabah native? Decision still long way off, says deputy CM
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government is not in a rush to amend the Interpretation (Definition of Native) Ordinance despite the issue being pushed by several groups for some time now.
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Yes, Oui, Si, and Hai: Interpreters ready for Tokyo Olympics
Alexandre Ponomarev is the chief interpreter for next year's Tokyo's Olympics. He speaks more than a half dozen languages: Russian, English, Spanish, French, German...
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‘Sabah must resolve issue of indigenous people definition’
PENAMPANG: The government will have failed the people if the Sabah Law and Native Affairs Ministry cannot solve the outstanding issue of ascertaining a clear definition of indigenous people (Orang Asal) in the state, says Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Wilfred Madius Tangau.
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Stop using the racial card to gain political mileage, Sabah govt told
KOTA KINABALU: A local NGO for the rights of the Sabah natives has urged the state government to take care of Sabah’s original natives instead of playing politics with the Bugis and Javanese.
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Visit of Aussie-based 'Buddhist Master' draws controversy
PETALING JAYA: A gathering in Kuala Lumpur featuring a so-called "Buddhist Master" who is based in Australia has drawn flak from local Buddhist groups.
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