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KUALA LUMPUR: A young man from Johor won RM3.5mil after one of the 50 Big Sweep Draw tickets he purchased matched the first prize and jackpot number.
GIVING leases to cave temples in Perak will cover the safety and security aspects at these places of worship.
PETTY thefts, snatch thefts and more serious crimes like arson have taken place in and around houses of worship in the country.
From DOCTOR of Johor Baru.
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court was told that a 59-year-old woman who claims to be the wife of former MIC president Tun S. Samy Vellu should be allowed to intervene in a suit filed by his son, Datuk Seri S. Vell Paari, as she was his lawfully wedded wife.
A COMPANY based in Butterworth, Penang, has been disposing of thousands of litres of cow milk used for poojas during Thaipusam, reported Malaysia Nanban.
The government assured Buddhist, Taoist, Sikh and Hindu leaders that events and worship at temples can continue despite the Covid-19 outbreak, but precautionary measures and enhanced personal hygiene must be observed to reduce risks of transmission.
GOMBAK: The Immigration Department will not be deterred by the action of a group of men who prevented its officers from carrying out their duties during an operation at Batu Caves on Friday night, said director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.
MANILA: In a popular Catholic church in the Philippines, nearly half of the pews were empty for Saturday Mass (Feb 15). The few hundred worshippers who showed up were asked to refrain from shaking others' hands or holding them during prayers to prevent the spread of the virus that started in China.
GOMBAK: The Immigration Department will not be deterred by the group of men who prevented their officers from carrying out an operation at Batu Caves on Friday (Feb 14) night, says Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud.