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In Malaysia it is easier to say sorry than to ask for permission for illegal migrant workers

Media statement by Steven Sim, MP for Bukit Mertajam

10 MAY 2017 | BUKIT MERTAJAM, PULAU PINANG

Malaysians should be worried about the stance of the federal government in dealing with undocumented migrant workers from China working in the Johor Forest City project. 465 more words

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No-fly list: Govt proposes maximum 2-year ban on unruly flyers

Draft rules, a first of kind in the world, have three levels with progressively higher sanctions

Almost a month after the country was shocked by the visuals of a parliamentarian assaulting an airline crew member for not being able to provide a business class seat as it didn’t exist, the government took steps to empower airlines to ban unruly passengers. 216 more words

Hari Buruh 2017: Pekerja migran di Malaysia

Saya sudah banyak kali membangkitkan isu imigresen dan pekerja migran di negara kita. Pendirian saya terhadap masalah ini jelas: kerajaan perlu merombak semula dasar imigresen yang hanya menguntungkan kroni serta merangka satu pelan sumber manusia komprehensif agar negara kita boleh memaksimakan tenaga kerja tempatan. 836 more words

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Rs. 19000 Crore Released From Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Package For Jammu And Kashmir

The Centre has released an amount of Rs. 19,000 crore out of the Rs. 80,000 crore development package for Jammu and Kashmir announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 373 more words

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Jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav Dismissed by BSF After Video Went Viral

BSF trooper Tej Bahadur Yadav, who triggered a political uproar when his video clip on “sub-standard food” served to BSF men went viral in January, was dismissed from service. 152 more words

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The Malaysian immigration question

US President Donald J. Trump’s executive order to ban immigrants from seven Muslims majority country provoked reactions in USA and worldwide, not least in Malaysia. 1,328 more words

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Government bars Zakir Naik's NGO from receiving foreign funds

NEW DELHI: Invoking a rare provision of law, the government today issued a gazette notification to ban an NGO, run by controversial preacher Zakir Naik, from receiving foreign funds directly and asked RBI to seek prior permission from it before releasing any money to it. 361 more words

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