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Muhammad Aiman to look into inflammatory campaign materials in Semenyih

SEMENYIH, Feb 19 (Bernama) -- The Pakatan Harapan (PH) candidate in the Semenyih state by-election, Muhammad Aiman ??Zainali, has denied that his aides had come up with campaign materials that were inflammatory and which condemned  the opposition, and promised to look into the matter.

Chinese drug smuggler nabbed in Thailand

BANGKOK, Feb 19 (Bernama) -- A Chinese drug smuggler, who is wanted by the Chinese authorities back home, thought he could evade arrest by escaping to Thailand and continue the lucrative business here, but he was wrong.

Ahmad Faizal not pressured by calls to step down

IPOH, Feb 19 (Bernama) -- Perak Bersatu chairman Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu does not feel pressured by the calls of eight Bersatu division heads in the state for him to step down.

Federal gov't has channelled RM100 million to restore dilapidated schools in S'wak - Maszlee

KUCHING, Feb 19 (Bernama) -- Sarawak has received RM100 million from the Federal government, as promised, to repair 33 schools in Sarawak, Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik said today.

Marrying outside country among causes of late registration of births

BALING, Feb 19 (Bernama) --  Muslims marrying outside Malaysia  especially in Thailand and not getting  the marriage endorsed  by Islamic religious departments  in the country is among the reasons for late registration of births by the National Registration Department.

Local masterminds behind fraud syndicate in Cambodia - Police

KUCHING, Feb 19 (Bernama) -- The Sarawak Commercial Crimes Investigation Department (SCCID) has identified several locals involved with a fraud syndicate which led to the arrest of 47 Malaysians working in Cambodia on Dec 11.

Khalid denies withdrawing proposal for Jalan TAR to become 'pedestrian walk'

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19 (Bernama) -- Federal Territory Minister Khalid Abdul Samad today denied Buletin Utama TV3 news that he had withdrawn the proposal for Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman (TAR) to be turned into a 'Pedestrian Walk' area.