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Student activist carries out solo protest at his own graduation
PETALING JAYA: Student activist Wong Yan Ke created a stir while receiving his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Universiti Malaya today when he carried a protest placard on stage, demanding...
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Nearly half facing the gallows are foreigners, Nigerians the majority
PETALING JAYA: Almost half of prisoners facing the noose in Malaysia are foreign nationals, with Nigerians making up the majority.
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Amazon and Facebook face Thai tax crackdown in latest backlash
Thailand is considering forcing online giants such as Amazon.com Inc and Facebook Inc to collect value-added tax on e-commerce sales, echoing an Indonesian...
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Liquor worth more than RM3.2m seized at border checkpoint
KANGAR: The customs department has foiled an attempt to smuggle liquor worth more than RM3.2 million into the country.
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Liquor worth more than RM3.2mil seized at border checkpoint
KANGAR (Bernama): The Customs Department has foiled an attempt to smuggle liquor worth more than RM3.2mil into the country.
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Customs: Smuggled liquor worth more than RM3.2m seized at Padang Besar border checkpoint
KANGAR, Oct 9 — The Customs Department has foiled an attempt to smuggle liquor worth more than RM3.2 million into the country.
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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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MP raps Dr M for saying Malays forced to accept foreigners
GEORGE TOWN: Bukit Gelugor MP Ramkarpal Singh has criticised Dr Mahathir Mohamad for saying that the Malays were forced to accept foreigners during British rule in exchange for independence.
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Sabah leaders slam congress organiser over ‘Malay Malaysia’ remark
KOTA KINABALU: The chief organiser of the Malay Dignity Congress has come under fire from political leaders in Sabah over his remark that Malaysia belongs to the Malays, with many reminding him of Sab...
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PH never promised to abolish tolls, says Mahathir
SHAH ALAM: Pakatan Harapan never promised to abolish tolls, coalition chairman Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today, calling it a misconception that arose from not reading the PH election manifesto thorough...
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Man claims Cambodian wife ran away with their three kids
KUALA LUMPUR: A husband claims that his Cambodian wife ran away from home with their three children two months ago, and is worried about their safety.
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We can’t expect Malaysia to get ahead by keeping our people poor
OCTOBER 2 — I wonder if there is a copy of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged in every ministry official’s desk.
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Child-like 'angel' dolls from Thailand make a comeback in Malaysia
PETALING JAYA - Lifelike baby dolls from Bangkok, Thailand, are slowly becoming popular in Malaysia, with the trend going viral on social media platforms.
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‘Child angels’ a hit and horror
PETALING JAYA: Lifelike baby dolls from Bangkok, Thailand, are slowly becoming popular in Malay­sia, with the trend going viral on social media platforms.
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It’s not easy to slip into Malaysia
There are syndicates that are trying to bring people in as female tourists from China, but authorities have measures in place to stop them, says Khairul.
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It’s not easy to slip into Malaysia – Khairul Dzaimee
Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud PUTRAJAYA: Who says it’s easy to slip into Malaysia?
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Not easy for foreigners to slip into M'sia, says Immigration DG
Who says it’s easy to slip into Malaysia?
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Not easy to sneak into Malaysia: Immigration DG
PUTRAJAYA: Who says it’s easy to slip into Malaysia?
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'Ultraman Buddha' art in Thailand prompts police complaint
A group of Buddhist hardliners in Thailand filed a police complaint against a young female artist yesterday over paintings that depict images of the Buddha as the 1960s Japanese superhero character Ul...
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Boycotts along racial, religious and nationalistic lines are hypocritical: The Star columnist
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) -Regardless of their nationality, race and religion, it's irrational and impractical for anyone to still talk about boycott in the age of global economy.
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Kelantan Immigration receives 97 applications for ‘Back For Good’ programme
BACHOK: The Malaysian Immigration Department in Kelantan has received 97 applications from foreigners for the “Back for Good” programme introduced on Aug 1 and aimed at providing an opportunity to...
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Thailand seeks US$251m for palace budget, a 13pc hike
BANGKOK, Sept 5 — Thailand plans to allocate more than US$251 million for monarchy “security” in the 2020 budget, a hike of more than 13 per cent year-on-year, according to figures confirmed by ...
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Hard right: Political divide deepens in Thailand
A new term is gaining ground in Thailand’s political vocabulary: “Chung-Chart”, which translates roughly as “nation-hater”.
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Sarawak mulls opening trade office in Thailand
KUCHING: The Sarawak government may open a trade office in Thailand, if there is sufficient trade volume to do so, says Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun...
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Detained M'sian fishing boat released by Indonesian authorities
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) succeeded in freeing a local fishing boat detained by an Indonesian Fisheries Surveillance vessel at 24.5 nautical miles northwest of Pulau Jarak in Lu...
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Indonesian fisheries authority frees detained Malaysian fishing boat
LUMUT, Aug 20 — The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has succeeded in freeing a local fishing boat detained by an Indonesian Fisheries Surveillance vessel at 24.5 nautical miles north we...
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Student refuses to take exam, grandma calls police
A GRANDMOTHER in Thailand’s Udon Thani province called the police when her grandson refused to wake up for school, China Press reported.
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Indonesian fisheries surveillance vessel frees local fishing boat
LUMUT: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) have succeeded in freeing a local fishing boat which was detained by an Indonesian Fisheries Surveillance vessel at 26.4 nautical miles south ea...
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26 sex workers detained in Malacca
MALACCA: A total of 26 sex workers comprising 24 foreigners and two locals were arrested by the authorities in an operation conducted around Bandar Malacca on Thursday night.
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Cops nab 26 prostitutes in Bandar Melaka
MELAKA, July 5 — A total of 26 prostitutes comprising 24 foreigners and two locals were arrested by the authorities in an operation conducted around Bandar Melaka last night.
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1,401 foreigners arrested up till June in connection with prostitution
KUALA LUMPUR: Police here have arrested 1,401 foreigners for involvement in prostitution activities this year.
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Police nab 21 drug pushers in Langkawi
LANGKAWI: Some 21 drug pushers have been detained in an operation to detect and combat trafficking, addiction and abuse of the prohibited substance in seven locations around the island in the last two...
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Police nab 21 drug pushers in Langkawi
LANGKAWI, July 3 — Some 21 drug pushers have been detained in an operation to detect and combat trafficking, addiction and abuse of the prohibited substance in seven locations around the island in t...
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Malaysia voted 25th sexiest nation in the world
PETALING JAYA - Malaysia takes another crown on the global stage, and this time, believe it or not, for the 25th sexiest nation of the world.
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Malaysia voted 25th most sexiest nation in the world
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia takes another crown on the global stage, and this time, believe it or not, for the 25th sexiest nation of the world. Personalities like Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh, actor Henry Golding and model Amber Chia have perhaps placed us on the world map.
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Dr M hopes US-China will see ‘enough sense’ to end trade war, accept healthy competition
KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 ― Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today expressed hope that the US and China would see “enough sense” to end its long drawn trade war, and reminded of the importance...
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Expect more Thai tourists
KUALA LUMPUR: Increased border connectivity between Malaysia and Thailand can result in five million more tourist arrivals from the northern neighbour, said Thai Ambassador to Malaysia Narong Sasitorn.
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Thailand, M’sia should not take warm bilateral relations for granted: Former envoy
BANGKOK: While Thailand and Malaysia enjoy cordial diplomatic relations since 1957, the two nations should not take the warm and close ties for granted, said a former Ambassador of Thailand to Malaysi...
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Facelifted Honda BR-V debuts in Thailand
BANGKOK: The facelifted Honda BR-V, first available in Indonesia, is now making its way to Thailand. However, you can be sure Honda Malaysia will introduce the refreshed model in Malaysia  soon eno...
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No surprises: Prayuth remains as Thailand's PM
Junta leader General Prayuth Chan-o-cha remains as Thailand’s prime minister, five years after he seized power in a 2014 military coup.
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Lengthy debate, but no signs of voting for new Thai PM
After more than eight hours of a joint parliament session today, there were still no signs of Thailand voting in its new prime minister.
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A pale shadow of its former self
Once a bustling border town in Perlis with Thais visiting the area daily for Malaysian goods, Wang Kelian is now an eerie shadow of what it was. Find out why in a report by ARNOLD LOH
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Thai crackdown forces romance scam syndicates to Malaysia
BANGKOK: In just a year, a whopping 162.2 million baht (RM22.39 million) was fleeced from Thais who fell prey to online romance scams but, with the heat on them, syndicates behind these rackets are no...
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Tech for social good in Thailand 4.0
Thailand is in the midst of a tech revolution.
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Wang Kelian RCI: M’sians received ransom from victims’ families
PUTRAJAYA: A police inspector who was investigating money laundering involving the Wang Kelian trafficking camps revealed to the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) that at least two Malaysians were inv...
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Sorry, Malaysians, you're still not white
MAY 15 — I laughed when white race supremacists claimed they were being oppressed and claimed there was a secret plan for white genocide.
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Thais brave heat for royal procession of new king
A sea of yellow-clad well-wishers endured the scorching weather and lined Bangkok’s Ratchadamnoen Avenue to watch the royal procession of Thailand’s newly-crowned King Maha Vajiralongkorn today.
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Rule of law or rule by decree?
LETTER | Respect comes from the admiration of someone or something as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements.
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Thai encouraged illegal immigrants into M’sia, RCI told
PUTRAJAYA: Thailand authorities may have encouraged illegal immigrants that were detained in their country to enter Malaysia, the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) into the Wang Kelian human-trafficki...
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Thai authorities ‘indirectly encouraged’ flow of illegals to Malaysia, RCI told
PUTRAJAYA: The Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) to look into the discovery of mass graves and human trafficking camps in Wang Kelian heard today the Thai authorities indirectly encouraged the movemen...
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Behind The Scenes: Toyota Shot The Vios Music Video Without Using A Single Camera Person
The concept of using music video formants to produce car commercials is not new.
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RCI into mass graves hears of people kept locked in jungle camp
PUTRAJAYA: The first public hearing of the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) into the Wang Kelian mass graves and human trafficking camps began today with two witnesses saying they had run into a camp...
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Songkran brings a splashing good time
GEORGE TOWN: Armed with water guns, blasters and soakers, hundreds of people had a splashing good time at the annual Songkran festival at Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram Temple in Burma Lane here.
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Thailand votes for military or democracy
Thai voters went to the polls on Sunday in a long-delayed election following a 2014 coup, in a race that pits a military junta chief seeking to retain power against a “democratic front” led by the...
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A poll to end all coups?
IF the Thai polls are a 750m race, Phalang Pracharat (military junta proxy party) starts at 250m while Pheu Thai (Thaksin Shinawatra’s party) starts at 0m.
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Bar Council and Thai Embassy team up to provide legal help for Thai citizens
KUALA LUMPUR: The Bar Council and the Royal Thai Embassy have launched a legal aid scheme called the Thai Citizens Legal Aid Scheme (T-CLAS) in an effort to extend legal assistance to Thai nationals i...
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Three Thais held for closing border gate
ALOR SETAR: Three Thais were remanded for four days after they were arrested for allegedly shutting a gate along the Bukit Kayu Hitam-Sadao border crossing in protest against stricter enforcement.
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Closing border gate: Police nab three Thais
ALOR STAR: Police detained three Thai men, who were suspected of being involved in the closing of the Malaysian border gate which created an uproar at the Immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Safety C...
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Thai princess apologises after being disqualified from PM run
The Thai king's sister, disqualified this week by the Election Commission from running for prime minister, apologised on Tuesday for causing "problems" for the Thai people ahead of next month's electi...
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Thai election panel disqualifies princess as PM candidate
Thailand's election panel on Monday disqualified the sister of the king from running for prime minister, putting an end to a stunning, short-lived candidacy by echoing King Maha Vajiralongkorn's words...
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The falling ringgit: Why Harapan needs to do more ...
COMMENT | Our ringgit has been falling and not just against the US dollar.
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Thai king to be crowned in coronation ceremonies May 4-6 - palace
Thailand's king will be officially crowned in elaborate ceremonies on May 4-6 as the latest ruler in the centuries-old monarchy, the royal palace said on Tuesday.
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