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PETALING JAYA: Couples whose marriage registration was delayed during the movement control order (MCO) period can now proceed to complete the process at all permitted non-governmental organisations in the country.
GLOBALISATION has made our cities more diverse, and cities are in fact already a place of conglomeration of strangers and people from all over. Major cities around the world today have more foreign- born residents than before, with some cities having a population that is close to 40% foreign.
KLANG: When it reopened after a three-month hiatus because of the movement control order, the renowned Sri Sundaraja Perumal Temple here did not see a big crowd, an indication that people are still being cautious about being out.
KUCHING: The Association of Churches in Sarawak (ACS) is advising its members not to rush into reopening their premises to the maximum attendance of 250 people this weekend.
Non-Muslim places of worship in S'wak allowed to have up to 250 people once they reopen on June 20, says Unifor
KUCHING: Non-Muslim places of worship in Sarawak can accommodate up to 250 people at one time when they reopen on June 20.
SHAH ALAM: The police have arrested seven people for not adhering to the recovery movement control order (MCO).
IPOH: Only two in a family and those aged 13 and above can visit pasar malam in Perak, the Mentri Besar announced.
PUTRAJAYA: Non-Muslim houses of worship can now open their doors for religious activities except those involving large gatherings, processions and feasts.
PETALING JAYA: Clear guidelines on the dos and don’ts at houses of worship are necessary to ensure worshippers are safe, say several non-Muslim religious groups.
All non-Muslim places of worship can now operate but with one-third of usual capacity, says Ismail Sabri
PUTRAJAYA: All 5,230 non-Muslim places of worship can now operate, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.