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PETALING JAYA - Footage of a man slapping a woman, allegedly for not wearing a headscarf, has gone viral on social media.
In the video, the man is seen speaking loudly to a group of women seated at a bus stop, believed to be in Penang.
The man singles out one of the women, asks about her religion, and questions the way she is dressed.
He loudly berates the woman, who is dressed in black and sports light brown hair, although she tries to ignore him and makes a call on her phone.
PASIR GUDANG: Police will deploy 64,000 police personnel for the coming 14th General Election (GE14) nationwide, Federal police's Internal Security and Public Order Department director Comm Datuk Seri Zulkifli Abdullah said today.
Zulkifli said he had visited police and marine police here in the past two days. He was speaking to the media after testing a patrol boat at Dalac Marine Engineering and Services at Teluk Jawa, here, today.
He said he is satisfied that the Johor police are prepared and have done simulation exercises for GE14.
The 64,000 police personnel to be deployed comprise the General Operations Force (GOP), Federal Reserve Unit (FRU) and police. They will be posted at various polling stations to ensure public order.
On top of that, another 5,000 voluntary police will be stationed at police stations to assist operation on polling day.
"We have enough police personnel and assets in the GE14," Zulkifli said.
He said the next schedule simulation exercise will be held in February.
The drill exercise aims to have tested police teams' responses to social unrest in five different phases , namely post-dissolution of Parliament, nomination day, the campaigning period, polling day and the post-general election period.
On the development of Pengerang, Zulkifli Abdullah said police suggest that the government increases the Pengerang marine police personnel when Petronas' Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC) is in operation.
He said there will be many foreign vessels using the waterway there. [...]
Kalabakan Rela communication chief wants Warisan president to retract derogatory statements. Read more. [...]
BEIJING (Jan 17): An Iranian oil tanker that sank in the East China Sea has left two oil slicks covering a combined 109 square kms... [...]
KUANTAN, Jan 17 ― Some 110 people, including 98 tourists who were stranded for five days in Pulau Tioman due to inclement weather and rough seas were evacuated today.
The group comprising 54 foreigners, 44 local tourists and 12 islanders arrived at the Tanjung Gelang Naval Base here via the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) vessel, “KD Terenggganu”, at 6.45pm after departing from Air Batang, Pulau Tioman.
RMN Maritime Region (I) chief, Rear Admiral Datuk Mohamad Adib Abdul Samad said: “We did not incur any problem (during the evacuation process) except that some of them suffered sea sickness.
“In fact, the sea is rough today, with big waves measuring 3.5 to four metres in height, which is unsafe for ferries and small boats,” he told reporters here.
Mohamad Adib said the vessel left for the island last night and arrived there about 3am, while the evacuation process began at 7.30am before making the journey back to the mainland at 10am.
Meanwhile, National Disaster Management Agency operations coordination division director, Dr Jafri Abdul Jalil thanked the RMN for its swift action in helping to evacuate the stranded victims.
“We also hope tourists can plan better in the future and minimise travel to the island during the monsoon season to avoid such situation,” he said. ― Bernama [...]
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KUCHING: The state government will spend RM5.8 million on building 11 new Community Development Department (Kemas) preschools to replace the ones in dilapidated condition.
They are among the 109 preschools found to be in need of replacement by Sarawak Early Childhood Development Council (MPAKS) .
Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Minister Dato Sri Fatimah Abdullah said she had put up a proposal to the federal government to assist in rebuilding the remaining preschools.
“Construction works will begin soon and are expected to complete by end of this year,” she told reporters at a press conference after chairing an MPAKS meeting yesterday.
The pre-schools are Tabika Rh Serit Kapit, Tabika Rh Pillai Kapit, Tabika Rh Tunjang Sg Lelabi, Tabika Selangan Sarikei, Tabika Rh Jamba Kapit, Tabika Kpg Sagah Petra Jaya, Tabika Sg Malikat Marudi, Tabika Manok Machal Kapit, Tabika Kpg Ampungan PCK Borneo, Tabika Kpg Manting Lawas and Tabika Kpg Sg Tapang Stampin which have an enrolment of eight to 34 children each.
MPAKS will be focusing on five aspects this year under their Strategic Plan 2018, including professional development for practitioners (teachers).
The council will also conduct research and development to identify any weak points in early childhood education in Sarawak, and find the best solution.
Fatimah also said MPAKS aimed to increase the quality of support for educators and operators so as to create quality preschools.
“Quality teachers and quality preschools will result in quality students,” she pointed out.
Also present were Women, Family and Early Childhood Education Assistant Minister Rosey Yunus, the ministry’s permanent secretary Dr Saadiah Abdul Samat and Women and Family Department director Noriah Ahmad. [...]
PENDANG, Jan 17 ― Who would have thought that a person with deformed hands and feet will be able to operate a smartphone using only her tongue?
Nursamawati Mahmud, 33, uses her smartphone not only to access social media websites such as Facebook, Instagram and WeChat, but also to promote her family’s soy and chilli sauce business under “Mahmudah” brand.
Nursamawati, who is from Kampung Gelong Gajah here, said her efforts had increased the demand for the products and each month about 4,000 bottles were sold since 2015.
The eldest of five children, who is affectionately called “Kak Long” by her family members, said she currently had more than 1,000 friends on Facebook.
Meanwhile, Nursamawati’s mother Saudah Shaari, 55, said her daughter, was a very determined and strong person.
“Kak Long always wants to see my business to succeed, even though our sales are slightly affected this year due to competition but she never gives up and always operates her smartphone to promote it,” she told reporters here today. ― Bernama [...]