MALAYSIA

Is the Home Ministry the right master for Censorship Board?

PETALING JAYA April 30 — Malaysia’s controversial Film Censorship Board (LPF) might progress faster if it were moved out from under the Home Ministry’s purview, a ministerial advisor...

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Censorship keeping Malaysians in their ‘cocoon’, says activist

PETALING JAYA, April 30 ― Banning the screening of documentaries keeps Malaysians inside their “cocoons” instead of learning more about the world, a local activist has said. Lena Hendry...

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Shops in Brinchang close to protest one-way traffic system

IPOH, April 30 — More than 40 shops in Brinchang, Cameron Highlands, closed for business yesterday to protest the implementation of a one-way traffic system in the area. Regional...

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Storm hits bazaar at PAS assembly venue, 19 hurt (VIDEO)

ALOR SETAR, April 29 — A thunderstorm wreaked havoc at a bustling bazaar just outside the Kota Sarang Semut complex here where PAS is holding its 63rd general assembly this evening, injuring...

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Appeals panel to probe chess girl’s pullout, tournament organiser says

KUALA LUMPUR, April 29 — The controversial withdrawal of a promising chess player midway through her game in Putrajaya two weeks ago will be investigated by an Appeals Committee, the...

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MACC investigation against Wanita leader will not affect party, says Kelantan Umno

Govt to discuss expediting registration of tahfiz schools, says minister

Toy with turban makes a monkey of PAS assembly in Kedah

Water supply fully restored in Klang and Shah Alam

Zahid says BN leaders are not seasonal leaders

Film producer: Censorship Board not our enemy

EC confirms it will not distribute draft electoral roll to political parties

Umno ‘very forgiving’, Nazri tells PPBM members

Hadi explains why Nanyang’s monkey caricature forgivable but not Sarawak Report

Despite pressure, PKR rep hopes PAS political co-operation remains

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