MALAYSIA

Is the Home Ministry the right master for Censorship Board?

PETALING JAYA April 230 — 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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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

KOTA BARU, April 29 — The Kelantan Umno liaison committee has left it up to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate a Wanita Umno head of a division in the state, for...

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Road charge on Thai vehicles to start soon, transport minister says

World Bank report: Complex KPIs confusing for civil service

13 teenagers detained over alleged racing on modified bicycles

MMEA detains illegally anchored runaway ship

DPM: No one can break Putrajaya-Sabah bond

No tie-up with ‘directionless’ PPBM, says Hadi

PAS delegates vote for remaining central posts, eyes on veep race

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