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JAKARTA, Nov 26 (Jakarta Post/ANN) - As home to the world’s largest Muslim population, Indonesia has tried to ensure all its products are certified halal, but a recent brouhaha about restrictions on Christmas greetings on cakes has sparked debate about the government’s ability to manage halal certification and has highlighted places where it may go wrong.
A LARGE majority of Singaporeans are aware of the seriousness of race and religious issues, and believe that the government has done enough to manage these divisions.
PETALING JAYA (Bernama): The Deepavali celebration was felt throughout the country Sunday (Oct 27), as Malaysians continued to uphold the long-held tradition of visiting family, friends and neighbours, and this was apparent in S. Sarvinthanraj's family home here.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Author Bernardine Evaristo hopes her Booker Prize-winning novel will help to alter perceptions of black British people among African readers and Britons she sees as grappling with heightened racial tension.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday again waded into America's fraught racial history by labelling the impeachment inquiry against him a "lynching" - language that conjured memories of decades of killings of thousands of black people - drawing swift bipartisan condemnation.
BEFORE Budget 2020 was unveiled by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng on Oct 11, a Chinese guild leader bet that Lim would reinstate the government’s matching grant of RM30mil for Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) after angry protests from the Chinese community last year over the cut.
PUTRAJAYA: Right-wing extremism will not be accepted in New Malaysia, says Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
Despite the challenges, there is time to celebrate special moments like National Day.
KUALA LUMPUR: The hazy weather did not stop hundreds of people from showing up for the Rahmatan Lil Alamin walk to celebrate peace and togetherness.
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim wants the government to recognise the failures of policies and the need to review several fundamental programmes.