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News List Friday November 21, 2014
 
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  1. MAS Ill-Fated Aircraft Dominates Jasa Special Dialogue With Foreign Correspondents Club
  2. Asyura Porridge Event In Bukit Besi Achieves Malaysia Book Of Records Recognition
  3. Five Men Lost On Mountain Peak, Baling
  4. Ismail Sabri: 1Malaysia Agro Bazaar To Be Set Up
  5. Coach Dollah Wary Of Threat Posed By Myanmar
  6. Bernama Correspondent's Car Goes Missing In Jalan Ipoh
  7. Residents Court Danger In Turning Flood Into Festival
  8. Have More CSR Programmes For Child Welfare - Rohani
  9. Stop Disseminating False News On Social Media - MKN
  10. Continuation Slip Road Closure At Exit 703 Of Cheras-Kajang Grand Saga Highway
  11. No Politician, Insider Involved In Illegal Immigrant Issue
  12. ECE2 Alignment From Cheneh Junction Kijal Junction To Open Friday
  13. BR1M Applications Can Be Made From Dec 1
  14. Floods In Terengganu Worsen, 4,813 Victims Evacuated
  15. Promotion For MACC Investigating Officer Follows PSD Procedures, Regulations - Paul Low
  16. Residents In Flood-Prone Areas Must Be Sensitive To Environment - Najib
  17. Businessman Claims Trial To Money Laundering, Illegal Transaction
  18. Kuala Terengganu Not Plunging Into Total Darkness - TNB
  19. Kelantan Flood Victims Climb To 130 People
  20. 5,739 Delegates To Take Part In 2014 UMNO General Assembly
  21. Rela Member Detained For Allegedly Shooting Dead Suspected Cattle Thief
  22. Check Misconduct, Criminal Breach Of Trust - Sultan Of Kelantan
  23. Sedition Act Among Debate Issues At UMNO General Assembly - Mohd Shafie
  24. Major Rivers In Setiu, Hulu Terengganu At Danger Levels
  25. Government To Consider Tougher Penalties On Employers Hiring Illegals
  26. Azmin: MBI To Scrutinise Audit Report On Alleged Breach In Payouts To Former MB Aides
  27. 1MDB Spent RM382.3 Million For CSR Since 2009 - Ahmad Maslan
  28. Trader Finds Several Torn Quran Pages In Aluminium Container
  29. KTMB Offers To Take Back Workers Terminated For Illegal Picketing
  30. PPP Transformation To Focus On Welfare Of Indian Community
  31. Organisations Must Take Sustainable Actions To Support Women's Ambitions, Rosmah
  32. Time To Review Law Reform (Marriage And Divorce) Act 1976: Tan Sri Richard Malanjum
  33. 3,428 Policemen Mobilised To Assist Terengganu Flood Victims
  34. Employer Fined RM12,000 For Failure To Pay Minimum Wage To Workers
  35. Rais Regrets Declining Number Of Students Choosing Malay Studies
  36. Labuan Port Authority To Be Set Up Next Year To Monitor Port Services
  37. Coastal Road To Kampung Batu Rakit Collapses, Residents To Use Alternative Road - PWD
  38. 59,590 Illegal Immigrants Have Taken Up Voluntary Deportation Offer - Immigration DG
  39. Education Ministry To Launch Smart Interactive Digital Textbook For Use From 2016
  40. Women Must Become Equal Partners For Rural Development In Asia-Pacific - FAO
  41. Asean Complies Its Metrology Law To International Standard
  42. Johor To Change Status Of Felda, Felcra Settler-owned Land To Malay Reserve Land
  43. Pahang Sultan Regrets Erroneous Report About Undocumented Bangladeshis
  44. Warning Of Strong Winds And Rough Seas Until Tomorrow
  45. JAKIM, JAIN, SKMM Form Special Unit To Handle Insults To Islam
  46. ITRC To Set Up Regional Rubber Mart To Stabilise Prices
  47. Bad Influence And Living Environment Main Reasons Students Become Bullies - Counsellor
  48. Famous Pop-Rock Vocalist Remanded For Four Days For Alleged Drug Possession
  49. 1,500 Participants Expected To Take Part In Anti-Corruption Run On Sunday
  50. Former Army Commando Excited To Join Mission To Cycle Through Five Countries
  51. Focus On Affordable Houses To Establish Livable Towns In Sabah
  52. UniKL Collaborates With KIRIA In Developing Robotic Industry
  53. Several Major Rivers In Terengganu At Danger Level
  54. Labuan MMEA Rescues Three Fishermen In Tanjung Kubong
  55. Teenage Girl Drowns After Falling Into Well
  56. Jaspal Singh Reappointed As Senator
  57. Flood Situation In Terengganu Remains The Same
  58. Kazakhstan Offers Vast Prospects For Malaysian Investors
  59. Building Kuin's Permanent Campus A Misjudged Investment By Pakatan Rakyat Government
  60. Strong Winds, Rough Seas Over Kelantan, Terengganu, Sabah, Sarawak, Labuan To Continue Till Friday
  61. MCMC Looking Into Possibility Of Rebate For Dropped Calls
  62. No DBKL Hawker Licence Issued To Foreigners - Tengku Adnan
  63. Government Cannot Reduce Oil Price Upon Request From Individuals Or Political Parties

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