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Police are checking on claims that some individuals have been going around marking villagers' fingers using unauthorised indelible ink. Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said that voters' fingers should only be marked with
Perlis Raja Muda Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra Jamalullail does not want polystyrene food and drink containers to be used at his functions anymore, as such items can be hazardous to health. He also hopes that government departments and agencies, higher
A fire badly damaged the main building of the Kangar wholesale market early Friday. No one was reported injured in the blaze which occurred at about 4 am, said a spokesman of the Perlis Fire & Rescue Department. The main building houses 12 of the 25
A staff at a hotel in Bukit Bintang found the body of the foreigner, in his 40s, lying still on a bed in his room with the mouth foaming, Kosmo!...Police said the hotel guest had been dead for about 24 hours when his body was found at around 2.30pm
A prosperous north Italian town wakes up to discover that all its immigrants have disappeared in Francesco Patierno's comically provocative but slight "Things From Another World," adapted from Sergio Arau's 2004 feature "A Day Without a Mexican." Pic'
The flood situation in Perlis has improved considerably with more people allowed to return home to the three affected districts. The districts were flooded on Monday following heavy rainfall. All 11 relief centres in Padang Besar and Arau were closed
A Form One student was arrested for allegedly sodomising a six-year-old boy in Kampung Bakong, Jejawi. Perlis CID chief Supt Mohd Nashir Ya said the incident occurred at 4pm on Thursday in an abandoned hut at the back of the suspect's house.
The Raja of Perlis, Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Putra Jamalullail, has proposed a large-scale cultivation of the Harumanis mango in the state in an effort to have the high-impact activity recorded in the Malaysia Book of Records. He said two recent
Educational institutions are meant to shape the younger generation into useful members of society and not be subjected to cruel punishment, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom . Jamil Khir, who is in charge
The seven-year-old boy, who was allegedly beaten to death by a religious school teacher, died of brain haemorrhage. Perlis CID chief Supt Mohd Nashir Ya said a post-mortem showed that the boy could have been held by the neck, depriving the brain of