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Nancy says she does not support Ibrahim Ali or his religious views

by Lian Cheng KUCHING: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office Nancy Shukri said she never supported Perkasa president Dato Ibrahim Ali and his religious views. Speaking through her political secretary Mohammed Kamaluddin Effendie here yesterday, she said coming from a … Continue reading

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Malek Noor wants Mr Asia Bujang Taha honoured

Bujang passed away at the Sarawak General Hospital in Kuching on Sun night at 10.47 pm. The cause of death was listed as complications from mouth and lung cancer. Joe Fernandez KUCHING: Bodybuilding great Malek Noor called upon the Sarawak … Continue reading

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MP: Kuching a hive of criminal activities

Has Kuching become a mini ‘Las Vegas’, with illegal gambling mushrooming everywhere and the crime rate worsening? This is what the DAP Member of Parliament for Stampin, Julian Tan, wants the police to explain. Fuming over the inability of the … Continue reading

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Casanova cons single mum of RM90k

Painful friendship: Chong discussing with Betty about Zhu who conned her of almost RM90,000. by jastin ahmad tarmizi KUALA LUMPUR: He is neither good-looking nor young but this sweet-talking Casanova managed to cheat a 33-year-old single mother of nearly RM90,000. … Continue reading

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Wan Azizah must act more like PKR president, not Anwar’s wife

Alyaa Alhadjri COMMENT: For a woman to be seen as “knowing her place” should rightly be taken as an insult to her character but this is not so in the case of PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan … Continue reading

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Secular or not? Tunku Abdul Rahman said it best!

  Sonia Ramachandran PETALING JAYA:  Debates, as well as arguments, as to whether Malaysia is a secular state came to a head on June 16, when Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom told a MP … Continue reading

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Delving into DAP’s shock defeat

ANALYSIS Euphoria during the campaign period has now turned to shock over Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud’s defeat in the Teluk Intan by-election for DAP supporters. But there were several factors building up to her defeat, chief among them being disinterested … Continue reading

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