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Archive for February 20th, 2011

February 20, 2011

RABAT: Several thousand people rallied in Moroccan cities today demanding political reform and limits on the powers of the... More ››

February 20, 2011

Libya uses an iron fist to crack down on protesters unrest continues to spread through the country. More ››

| February 20, 2011

Cadangan menghadkan tempoh maksimum dua penggal itu lebih banyak membawa keburukan dari kebaikan. More ››

February 20, 2011

India is gearing up for Malaysia's aggressive participation in several mega projects, according to Malaysia's special envoy. More ››

| February 20, 2011
dog

It was five abandoned puppies that changed her life. And now Maznah believes that working with dogs is her... More ››

February 20, 2011
kadazan

Beyond the touristy Kota Kinabalu waterfront lies the 'hazy' reality of Sabah's fragile social fabric. More ››

| February 20, 2011
UPDATED
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The police continue to clamp down on Hindraf leaders campaigning against the controversial novel Interlok. More ››

| February 20, 2011

Human Rights Party has given the government two weeks to recognise it as a political party or face a... More ››

| February 20, 2011

The recent Election Commission meeting in Kuching did not confirm rumours on a probable April state polls. More ››

February 20, 2011

By Peter Brieger HONG KONG: The very public battle over the US$3-billion fortune of wheelchair-bound Stanley Ho makes for... More ››

February 20, 2011

Sabah DAP has warned Sabahans that the government's decision to scrap a proposed 300 megawatt coal plant in Lahad... More ››

| February 20, 2011
musa aman

Chief Minister Musa Aman is of the opinion that there is a cheaper way to bring in LNG from... More ››

| February 20, 2011

Gerakan is gaining more members in Sabah, according to its president Dr Koh Tsu Koon. More ››

| February 20, 2011

Armed gangsters sent by an oil palm company continue to harass natives in Ulu Niah who have mounted bloackades... More ››

| February 20, 2011
Segamat-Flood-

Decades of flood prevention initiatives have yet to rein in the magnitude of floods in the country. More ››

| February 20, 2011
justice

Suka Society, a government-registered children NGO, is questioning the rationale behind the 'light' sentence meted out to a repeated... More ››

| February 20, 2011
MOVIE REVIEW
Sanctum 1

A team of diehard adventurers takes a plunge deep into the bowels of Mother Earth and the result is... More ››

| February 20, 2011

Villagers lodge police report against logging company owned by Chief Minister Taib Mahmud's sister Raziah. More ››

| February 20, 2011
jeffrey-kitingan

Literature deemed to have seditious tendencies should be banned, United Borneo Front chief Jeffrey Kitingan says. More ››