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Motion of no confidence makes it to House

The motion of no confidence against PM Najib filed by Wan Azizah has been accepted into the Parliament Order Paper.


9 wanted to assist in Red Shirts rally probe

The police release the pictures of nine Malay men to assist in the investigation of the Sept 16 Red Shirts rally.


RM7.2m spent on security at rallies

Ahmad Zahid says the government spent RM2,737,440 to monitor the Bersih 4.0 rally and another RM4,500,927.50 for the September 16 Red Shirts rally.


Tourism not affected by assemblies: Nazri

The peaceful assemblies held in the country recently did not affect Malaysia's tourism sector, the Dewan Rakyat sitting was told today.


Don't distort my kind gesture: envoy

Ambassador Huang says he has tried to protrude Kuala Lumpur as a peaceful, prosperous and tourist-friendly city to Chinese tourists, and hopes his kind gesture will not be misunderstood or distorted.


Sale of counterfeit goods in Chinatown not serious: ministry

Domestic trade ministry says the sale of counterfeit goods at Petaling Street is not serious, and everything is under the ministry's control.


Is BN still relevant in today's context?

BN is today dominated by Umno which has since opted to consolidate its fundamental Malay support base before taking care of the other components in East Malaysia and MIC which still manages to rally quite a substantial percentage of Indian voters behind the ruling coalition.


The two worlds of Malaysia

Perhaps to some individuals, being truthful or not is immaterial. All that matters is to create the "truth" that will serve their own purposes.


MARA to terminate sponsorship of Taylor's University students

Ismail Sabri confirms MARA will stop sponsoring students admitted by Taylor's University.


Umno never does things reasonably: Azmin

Azmin says the state government has no objection to the holding of any peaceful rally provided there are valid reasons.


 

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