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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.
PETALING JAYA: Vigilante moral policing group Badar squad head Azhar Mohamad says it is unfair for the authorities and the public to judge them as an illegal society which breaks laws to stop immorality among Muslims.
PETALING JAYA: The anti-vice Badar squad has been warned by police to stay within the confines of the law and keep away from vigilante activities.
PETALING JAYA: More Malaysians are relying on Airbnb to settle their mortgages given the property overhang that is engulfing the sector.
Guest installed pinhole cameras in at least five rooms Hotel manager detained after saying 80 per cent of rooms in Zhengzhou have cameras
BEFORE 2017, Lim Yi-Teik and her husband were poor farmers who survived on raising pigs in a small enclosure next to their wooden house in Kaihui Village – about 30km to the north of Changsha, the capital of China’s Hunan Province.
Budget hotel operators want the Government to increase the SST threshold to RM1.5mil.
Budget hotels are urged to be united and work together in preparation for Visit Malaysia 2020, during a recent press conference jointly organised by the Malaysia Budget Hotel Association (MyBHA) and the SME Association of Malaysia.
Loss-making Harn Len Corp Bhd, which is disposing of its 5,249.7-acre oil palm estate in Pahang, will continue its plantation business in the state, contrary to its earlier plan to exit the Peninsular Malaysia market.
UNLICENSED budget hotels will be offered help in obtaining a valid operating licence before Visit Malaysia Year 2020.