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Penang Yang Di-Pertua Negri's 81st birthday honours list 2019

List of recipients.

Muftis: Actions not Islamic

PETALING JAYA: Vigilante moral policing is not Islamic and authorities must act firmly against groups such as the Badar squad before other copycats go around harassing Muslims, say local Islamic leaders.

Ramadan aid for Penang mosques

THE Penang government has allocated RM240,000 for Ramadan to 231 mosques and surau Jumaat (which hold Friday prayers), statewide.

FGV Holdings seeks to strike out counterclaim of five former senior officers

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): FGV Holdings Berhad has filed an application to strike out the counterclaim by five former FGV non-executive directors against the company over the losses suffered in the acquisition of Asia Plantation Ltd (APL) in 2014.

Religious leaders: Hand out punishment with mercy

PETALING JAYA: Any punishment on first-time offenders who insult Islam or Prophet Muhammad should be tempered with compassion to educate the accused, says Penang mufti Datuk Seri Dr Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor.

16 players shortlisted in quest to retain SEA Games rugby gold

KUALA LUMPUR: Sixteen players have been shortlisted by Malaysian Rugby in their challenge to retain the men’s rugby Sevens gold medal at the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines.

File defence by Jan 31, ex-top execs of FGV told

KUALA LUMPUR: Former top executives at Felda Global Ventures (FGV) Holdings Bhd have been ordered to file their defence by Jan 31, in the lawsuit by the company which is seeking RM514mil in damages over the acquisition of Asian Plantation Ltd (APL).

Isa Samad and eight others ordered to file defence in FGV Holdings lawsuit

KUALA LUMPUR: Former FGV Holdings Bhd chairman Tan Sri Mohd Isa Abdul Samad and eight other of the company's former directors and top management have been ordered to file their defence by Jan 31 in the lawsuit filed against them by FGV in its attempt to seek RM514mil in damages over the acquisition of Asian Plantation Ltd (APL).