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I am Arpit personifies struggle of gays

The screening of a short film I am Arpit was held here on Tuesday at Noor-Us-Sabah Palace. The 17 minute film is directed and produced by Mujahid Siddiqui from Bhopal under the banner of Era film productions. The film is awarded by Central Indie and ... New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Short movies of city-based debutant director screened The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago

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Land record not missing: Hotel group

BHOPAL: Land documents of hotel Noor-us-Sabah palace are not missing and are available with government and parallel documents are in its records, clarified ITC WH Noor-us-Sabah palace representative Amit Singh on Tuesday. Referring to TOI article ...
 Times of India2 months ago Probe missing record of Noor-Us-Sabah land  Times of India2 months ago

MyCP works to raise cerebral palsy awareness in Sabah

By NOOR EVIANA DATU MAZINAL KOTA KINABALU: Malaysian Advocates for Cerebral Palsy (MyCP) aims to increase public awareness in Sabah on the rights of individuals with cerebral palsy and facilitating their mobility in society. Chairperson of MyCP, ...
 New Sabah Times3 weeks ago

Hajiji hails Shareda's move to build affordable houses

Tuaran: Minister of Local Government and Housing, Datuk seri Hj Hajiji Hj Noor has welcomed the move by the Sabah Housing and Real Estate Developers Association (Shareda) to form a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) with the aim to, among others, build ...
 Sabah Daily Express2 months ago Shareda's firm ready to build affordable homes  Borneo Post Online2 months ago Ministry to address govt housing project woes  MySarawak1 month ago
Malay Mail

After hudud, Sabah, Sarawak may seek referendum for independence, ex-IGP warns

Former Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Noor says the implementation of hudud may lead Sabah and Sarawak to conduct a referendum for independence as the states had never agreed to the Islamic penal code before forming Malaysia.
 Malay Mail1 month ago Reverend, ex-IGP wrong on hudud Sabah PAS  MySarawak1 month ago Hudud will be last straw for Sabah, Sarawak  Free Malaysia Today1 month ago
Malaysian Insider

If Federal allows Hudud law, ex-IGP warns: Sabah, S'wak may secede

Kuala Lumpur: Former police chief Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Noor warned that Sabah and Sarawak may decide to leave the federation of Malaysia if Putrajaya allows Kelantan to go ahead with its plan to implement hudud. Speaking to Umno-owned Utusan ...
 Sabah Daily Express1 month ago Sabah, Sarawak may secede if Kelantan hudud goes through, warns ex-IGP  Malaysian Insider1 month ago

Sindumin set to be border town between Sabah and Sarawak

KOTA KINABALU: For over three-decades, talks have been going on to build a new border town sandwiched between Sabah and Sarawak - and now it's finally taking shape. Works for a new township in Sabah's Sindumin about 160kms from here have begun at ... month ago Sindumin new township launched  Sabah Daily Express1 month ago
Malaysian Insider

After G25, prominent Sabahans tell Putrajaya to fight extremism

A group of 47 Sabahans has spoken out on concerns about Islamisation, attempts to convert natives of the state, polarisation, growing intolerance and federal government bodies asserting authority beyond their powers. The Malaysian Insider file pic, ...
 Malaysian Insider1 month ago 47 prominent Sabahans send open letter urging Govt to act on growing threat month ago
Free Malaysia Today

Group of 47 Sabahans pen Open Letter to govt

G47 wants Putrajaya to restore the aspirations and intentions of our founding fathers in 1963. KOTA KINABALU: Concerned citizens in Sabah, a group of 47 Sabahans and Sabah residents, have written a letter to the Sabah and Federal Governments ...
 Free Malaysia Today1 month ago Fulfil intentions of founding fathers month ago

National scene: Malaysia releases 17 illegally crossing into Sabah

The Indonesian Foreign Ministry confirmed Monday that 17 Indonesians who were reportedly being detained by Malaysian authorities for illegally crossing into Malaysia have returned to Indonesia. They were never detained and they have returned to ...
 Jakarta Post2 months ago Malaysia releases 17 Indonesians who illegally entered Sebatik Island  Jakarta Post2 months ago 14 Indonesian cops and soldiers freed  Sabah Daily Express2 months ago
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