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Changing land titles: Of ‘long stories’ and anomalies

Changing land titles: Of ‘long stories’ and anomalies

ONE of the great mysteries of urban development and local governance is how land titles change. Such is the case of a plot in Taman Aman, Petaling Jaya. Former MBPJ councillor KW MAK traces the issue.

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Why the government fears satire

Why the government fears satire

WHY is the government charging someone for writing a satirical piece? On 2 Sep 2010, Irwan Abdul Rahman, a Malay Mail executive editor was charged over a blog posting entitled “TNB to sue WWF over earth hour.” Irwan’s posting on his website Nose4news was below a huge banner with the words “The truth is out […]

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Federal court reserves decision in Tenaga’s appeal

PUTRAJAYA, 27 May 2009: The Federal Court here today deferred decision in the appeal by Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) against the granting of an injunction order to a group of villagers in Rawang to halt the construction of a 275kV transmission line through their village. Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak Tan Sri Richard Malanjum […]

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Perak, PR and tariffs

Perak, PR and tariffs

FOR the week of 9 to 15 Feb 2009, the Chinese press highlighted the ongoing Perak political crisis. The press especially focused on state assemblyperson Hee Yit Foong, who left the DAP, and on party chairperson Karpal Singh, who had asked Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to step down as de facto Pakatan Rakyat leader.  The […]

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