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Mother-tongue education has regressed

Mother-tongue education has regressed

Primary language training of the different ethnic minorities in Malaysia has relapsed since autonomy. While the number of inhabitants in the ethnic Chinese and Tamil people group has significantly increased, their schools have reduced in numbers. Rather than calling attention to the underlying driver of polarization on bigotry and racial …

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Tak boleh makan, minum dalam stadium, MKN tolak permohonan MFL

Tak boleh makan, minum dalam stadium, MKN tolak permohonan MFL

Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN) menolak permohonan Liga Bola Sepak Malaysia (MFL) untuk kebenaran makan dan minum di Stadium Nasional, Bukit Jalil pada aksi akhir Piala Malaysia, Selasa. Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif MFL, Stuart Ramalingam berkata, selain makan minum, MKN juga turut tidak membenarkan kapasiti tambahan, menyaksikan kebenaran penonton ke arena pada …

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5 surrounding amenities to consider while house hunting

With regards to buying property, first-time home purchasers might think that it is hard to explore their direction through the housing market. There are different interesting points – from the property’s area and security worries, to its downpayment and resale value.An significant factor for first-time home purchasers to think about …

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Now 56 held for hiking at waterfall without permit

56 climbers were kept yesterday for entering the Setinggi cascade region close to Hulu Selangor without a license, said the Selangor ranger service division. The climbers, matured 19 to 33, were confined during an activity nearby from 10am to 4 pm. Information on the capture comes in the wake of …

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13km cycling, jogging track along Sg Bunus ready next year

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The 13km bike and walker path along Sungai Bunus, between Section One Wangsa Maju and the Kuala Lumpur downtown area, is relied upon to be finished before the following year’s over. Kuala Lumpur city hall leader Mahadi Che Ngah said work on the task was currently half complete, including a …

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Theme parks may reopen in November

General society can expect amusement stops cross country to open in late November, which is when 90% of the country’s grown-ups are planned to be completely inoculated, said agent the travel industry, expressions and culture serve Edmund Santhara Kumar. He said the returning of parks was anyway dependent upon endorsement …

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Perak takkan terburu-buru buka semula Pangkor

Kerajaan Perak tidak akan terburu-buru dan masih meneliti pelbagai kemungkinan secara menyeluruh, sebelum membuat keputusan membuka semula Pulau Pangkor kepada masyarakat umum, khususnya pelancong. Menteri Besarnya, Saarani Mohamad berkata, penanda aras utama sebelum pembukaan semula pulau itu berdasarkan kesan gelembung pelancongan yang dilaksanakan di Langkawi sejak 16 Sept lepas.”Di Pangkor, …

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Logistics, staff shortage hurt Indonesia’s vaccination progress

A lack of medical care laborers and calculated defects are hampering Indonesia’s endeavors to immunize its kin against Covid-19, leaving the world’s biggest archipelago following its neighbors in spite of being among the first in Southeast Asia to begin the program. Just 17.9% of Indonesia’s 270 million individuals are completely …

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Home ownership campaign – who really benefits?

Should the public authority expand the house buying effort (HOC) which closes on Dec 31? No, say KhKRI scientists Gregory Ho Wai Son and Puteri Marjan Megat Muzafar told an online class the public authority ought not advance in to intercede in the engineers’ essential real estate market. KRI is …

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