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'3-Cornered Fights Favour BN'

KUALA LUMPUR: THE three-cornered fights expected in 106 parliamentary seats in the 14th General Election (GE14) may be an advantage to BN, but the ruling coalition will have to put up with a stiff challenge from Pas.

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Overwhelming Demand For Langkawi Cable Car Ride Despite Incident

Pic: Bernama (Stranded tourists waiting to go down to the Langkawi SkyCab cable car base station after the system was rectified.)

LANGKAWI: The incident of stranded tourists after the Langkawi SkyCab cable car system broke down on Sunday had not affected the crowd turnout for the ride yesterday.

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#Stoprapistinthehouse Campaign To Create Awareness On Rape Within Family

Pic: ImgrumKUALA LUMPUR: The #stoprapistinthehouse campaign aimed at creating awareness on sexual abuse of children within the family unit will be aggressively carried out through implementation of various programmes.

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10 NGO Lodge Police Reports Over Namewee's ‘Like A Dog’ Video

Filepic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: Ten non-governmental organisations (NGOs) today lodged police reports against Wee Meng Chee or Namewee over his controversial video ‘Like A Dog’ which has gone viral on the social media recently.

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Publisher, Author To Pay RM250,000 In Damages To Guan Eng, Businessman

Filepic: BernamaGEORGE TOWN: The High Court here yesterday ordered the now-defunct news portal, FZ Sdn Bhd, and its managing editor Terence Fernandez to pay RM150,000 in damages to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and RM100,000 to businessman Tan Sri Tan Kok Ping over a defamatory article on the purchase of a Mercedes Benz car, four years ago.

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Better Disability Pension Benefits For Civil Servants

Filepic: Sinar HarianPUTRAJAYA: Civil servants who opted for a disability pension due to health reasons will be introduced to better retirement benefits this April, said Public Service Department director-general Tan Sri Zainal Rahim Seman.

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Be United And Realistic For GE14, Zahid Tells Sabah BN Leaders

Pic: NSTP

KOTA KINABALU: The need for Barisan Nasional (BN) to stand united and have realistic expectations in the upcoming 14th General Election were among the issues emphasised by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi during an hour long meeting with the Sabah BN liaison committee, here  last night.

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EC Urged To Provide Handicapped-Friendly Facilities At Polling Stations

KUALA LUMPUR: A non-governmental organisation for the handicapped, Persatuan Damai Orang Kurang Upaya Malaysia (Damai), has urged the Election Commission to provide handicapped-friendly facilities during the coming 14th General Elections (GE14).

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Application For Domestic Postal Voting Opens Today

PUTRAJAYA -- Malaysians registered voters in the Domestic Postal Voter category can apply for postal voting from today, said Election Commission (EC) chairman Tan Sri Mohd Hashim Abdullah.

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EIMARace Inquest: COC Proposes Postponement Of Race Several Times

KUANTAN -- The clerk of the course (CoC) at the 2016 Educational Innovation in Motorsport and Automotive Racing (EIMARace) told the Coroner's Court here today that he had proposed to the organiser to postpone the race several times.

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