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Manikumar appointed state exco member

ALOR SETAR, 13 April 2009: S Manikumar who won the Bukit Selambau state seat by-election on 7 April, was today appointed state executive councillor in charge of domestic trade and consumer affairs. He filled the portfolio left vacant by former state exco member V Arumugam from Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) who had resigned as Bukit […]

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Tanda tanya di Lembah Bujang

Tanda tanya di Lembah Bujang

50 MAI nak habaq sat. Kalagam, Kadaram, Kataha — ini semua nama Tamil dan Sanskrit yang digunakan seawal kurun kedua dan ketiga selepas Masihi untuk merujuk kepada negeri Kedah. Chieh-ch’a dan Kie-tch’a pula digunakan oleh ahli pelayaran Cina seawal kurun ketujuh selepas Masihi untuk merujuk kepada negeri Kedah. Kedah juga digelar Kalah atau Kalah-bar oleh […]

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Apakah arah dan jalan yang kita mahu ambil untuk membentuk bangsa yang saling menghormati dan menyayangi di negara ini?

Tanda tanya di Lembah Bujang

MAI nak habaq sat. Kalagam, Kadaram, Kataha — ini semua nama Tamil dan Sanskrit yang digunakan seawal kurun kedua dan ketiga selepas Masihi untuk merujuk kepada negeri Kedah. Chieh-ch’a dan Kie-tch’a pula digunakan oleh ahli pelayaran Cina seawal kurun ketujuh selepas Masihi untuk merujuk kepada negeri Kedah. Kedah juga digelar Kalah atau Kalah-bar oleh ahli […]

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Sluggish in Bukit Selambau

Sluggish in Bukit Selambau

Manikumar speaking to journalists after the announcement of his victory on 7 April BY the end of campaigning in the Bukit Selambau by-election, even novice reporters sensed that the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) had an edge over the Barisan Nasional (BN). It is not that the PR has not had its own set of problems. For […]

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Fresh Perak elections needed

Fresh Perak elections needed

THE results of the recent by-election in Bukit Gantang strongly signal that Perakians want the Pakatan Rakyat government to continue to serve them. It is their preferred chosen government and they have given the thumbs-down to the Barisan Nasional (BN) government led by Datuk Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir. When the voters elected PAS’s Datuk Seri […]

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Former Kedah exco explains disappearance

ALOR SETAR, 8 April 2009: Former Kedah executive council member V Arumugam, who returned from India today, said he had left the country because of threats on his life and that of his family, as well as the pressure on him to leave the party. “I fled to Mumbai alone to seek peace of mind […]

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