Tawau villagers cry foul over MyKad

Joe Fernandez

Residents in a remote Tawau village have spotted what they are convinced is yet another attempt by the Sabah National Registration Department(NRD) to register illegal immigrants for MyKads.

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Merit comes from making right choices

Merit comes from making right choices

From Musings by Marina Mahathir

Living the faith is not just about avoiding what is prohibited, but more so about doing the right things where morals and ethics are concerned.

IN this month of Ramadan, one naturally focuses on questions of faith. And indeed, with several controversies in the papers, we can’t escape it at all. Every day our lives seem to be increasingly circumscribed until the question of choice in our lives becomes irrelevant.

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Companies claim single-dose swine flu vaccine

Companies claim single-dose swine flu vaccine

ZURICH/BEIJING (Reuters) – Novartis AG said on Thursday a single dose of its swine flu vaccine might protect against the virus, raising hopes that potentially tight supplies could go further when mass immunization starts this month.

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The Role of Muslims in Burma’s Democracy Movement (Burmese translation)

The Role of Muslims in Burma’s Democracy Movement

(Burmese translation)

 Please read here in Burma Digest

Deaths in detention gets urgent action call

By :Hazlan Zakaria

Women and migrant workers welfare NGO, Tenaganita said that the lack of preventive measures have resulted in a ‘mystery’ disease that killed one and hospitalised six inmates of the KLIA Immigration Depot.

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