Monthly Archives: December 2007

Malaysian paper given green light to use word ‘Allah’

Malaysian authorities are to allow a Catholic paper to continue to print, after earlier threatening to revoke its license in a row over the word “Allah,” a church leader said yesterday. Augustine Julian, secretary of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference, said

Posted in bernas, [s]Herald

Johari Baharum says government will not renew Herald’s permit if they do not stop using Allah

A junior minister had earlier warned its printing permit, due to expire today, would not be renewed if it continued using the Malay word for “Allah,” which the government says can only be used by Muslims. Mohamad Johari Baharum, junior

Posted in BN government, extremist, kosong, [s]Herald

Malaysia’s Proton Returns to Profit – Forbes.com

  In the domestic market, Syed Zainal said the launch of a new sedan in January will help Proton snatch back the No.1 position from local rival Perodua. “I am confident. I think we should be able to regain the

Posted in proton

Malaysian Christian publication, Herald gets good news

The publisher of Herald – The Catholic Weekly newspaper, which reports on the Catholic community in English, Bahasa Malaysia, Tamil and Chinese, has had its permit renewed. The editor, Reverend Father Lawrence Andrew, said a representative from the Internal Security

Posted in bernas, [s]Herald

Najib claims opposition will bankrupt Malaysia

  Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said today that the country will become bankrupt if the government reduces oil prices. “Throughout the world oil prices are rising, it’s not possible for the opposition to bring fuel prices

Posted in kosong, najib

Karamunsing Flyover project: DAP questions ‘scandalous’ delay

  DAP wants an explanation from the relevant authorities for the continuing delay in finishing the RM300 million Karamunsing flyover project. Parliamentary Opposition leader and DAP MP for Ipoh Timur, Lim Kit Siang, said the project’s progress was so slow

Posted in BN government, kosong, [s]Malaysia @ 50

RTM’s BM Programmes To Feature More Non-Malays

  Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM) plans to produce more programmes in Bahasa Malaysia (BM) that are starred or handled by non-Malays.Information Minister Datuk Seri Zainuddin Maidin said this was because many of the Bahasa Malaysia programmes broadcast by the station

Posted in bernas, zainudin maidin
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