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In the shadow of polls fever

BY IZATUN SHARI

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Unkind act in calling for pay cut

IT WAS almost I>deja vu/Iwhen a notice on a motion to cut RM10 from the salary of the Housing and Local Government Minister was circulated in Parliament more than a week ago.

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Motion to cut Ong's pay denied

THE House shot down a motion by an opposition MP to cut RM10 from the salary of Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting, who personally replied to the points raised.

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Muhyiddin: Officers have the right to use handcuffs

ENFORCEMENT officers from the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry are acting within their jurisdiction when they use handcuffs to arrest illegal CD and VCD peddlers, said its minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

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Backbencher’s comment lands him in hot soup

A backbencher's comment on the marital status of a woman MP landed him in hot soup when the latter gave him a taste of his own medicine.

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ISP merger will not lead to higher rates, says Tan

The merger of TMnet and Jaring will not cause an increase in Internet access charges as TMnet will also be competing with other Internet Services Providers (ISPs).

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‘Selangor also against Government’s water plan’

SELANGOR is among other states including Kelantan and Terengganu that have objected to the Federal Government's decision to take over the management of water in the country, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.

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Suit against daily struck out

The High Court Thursday allowed I>China Press/I>#8217; application to strike out a RM26mil defamation suit filed against the daily, which is named as the second defendant.

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MPs rap banks over unfair charges, rules

BANKS have come under fire from MPs who are upset with what they say are unfair charges, absurd rules and incompetency.

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Parties agree on polls strategy

Opposition parties have in principle agreed to go on a #8220;one-on-one#8221; fight against the Barisan Nasional to deny the ruling coalition a #8220;free run#8221; in the upcoming general election.