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Exco: "Khalid never acted unilaterally."

Khalid has received more support from various NGOs in Selangor. SHAH ALAM, August 20, 2014: Selangor state executive councillor Dr Halimah Ali has refuted claims by Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) that Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim had ... The Mole, 4 weeks ago
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More parties protesting against Wan Azizah as MB

Pakatan Rakyat has proposed to appoint Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah as Selangor mentri besar. ― File pic SHAH ALAM, Aug 20 ― The proposal by Pakatan Rakyat to appoint the wife of opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as Selangor menteri besar ...
 Malay Mail4 weeks ago More protest against Wan Azizah as MB  The Malaysian Times4 weeks ago
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Sultan Of Selangor Cut Short Holidays, Many Reject Wan Azizah

SHAH ALAM The Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah will cut short his holidays abroad and return home on Aug 23. This was confirmed by sources from the Selangor Palace when contacted by Bernama Wednesday. He was initially ...
 MyNewsHub4 weeks ago

NGOs to defend MB from street to palace

Malaysiakini A coalition of 12 NGOs representing the people of Selangor today launched a campaign to defend Menteri Besar Abdul Khalid Ibrahim until his term in office ends. After launching the campaign at a restaurant in Shah Alam, the ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia4 weeks ago

happenings in goa

Legal awareness fete North Goa district legal services authority, Panaji, is organizing a legal awareness fete at Don Bosco Oratory, Panaji, on September 13 from 3pm to 7pm and on September 14 from 10am to 7pm. There will be talks by Saresh ...
 Times of India1 week ago

happening in goa

Course in spoken Sanskrit: Sanskrit Bharati, Goa, in association with Siddhartha Seva Prathisthan, Panaji, conducts courses in spoken Sanskrit every month to promote Sanskrit speaking. The course duration is of 10 days and it is open to all. The ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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Portuguese dilemma

Every monsoon a group of Goan Catholics from Taleigao, a suburb of Panjim, march through their rice fields, led by a priest who cuts the first sheaves of paddy (with a silver sickle), and after blessing them, offers them to the state's Governor who ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago

Hampi most searched heritage site in Karnataka

The world-famous Hampi heritage site in Karnataka is the most searched historical place in the state, search engine Google said Wednesday. "There has been a growing interest on Hampi among tourists after it emerged as the top searched historical ...
 Siasat Daily4 weeks ago Bangalore: Hampi most searched heritage site in Karnataka  Mangalorean4 weeks ago
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Nawabs and paan leaves

Rahman Azer draws our attention to the quaint town of Savanur, its etymology, history and speciality, by citing interesting anecdotes from days gone by. Just as pedas are synonymous with Dharwad, Savanur is well known for its paan (betel leaves) and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

The Pope's sickle and the governor's corn

Goa's harvest festival, as elsewhere in the world, has thrown up several charming traditions. Steeped in history, four hotspots of the celebration-Taleigao, Raia, Salvador do Mundo and Divar-flood into focus during the monsoon with some unique ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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