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  2. Illegal immigration to Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    Illegal immigration to Malaysia is the cross-border movement of people to Malaysia under conditions where official authorisation is lacking, breached, expired, fraudulent, or irregular. The cross-border movement of workers has become well-established in Southeast Asia , with Malaysia a major labour-receiving country and Indonesia and the ...

  3. The Malaysian Insider - Wikipedia

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    The party barred the news as well as several online news organisations from covering its general assembly held in Kuala Lumpur in 2009. On 31 May 2011, the news portal published an article that contained defamatory words against former Malaysia Airlines (MAS) chairman, Tan Sri Tajuddin Ramli. Three months later, the news portal published a ...

  4. Freedom of religion in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    A local daily, The Star reported that a proposal by Kepong MP Dr Tan Seng Giaw to regulate the Azan so that it will not be too loud or disturb non-Muslims caused a stir in the Dewan Rakyat. Muslim MPs accused him of being insensitive and Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz blasted the DAP member for ...

  5. States and federal territories of Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    States and federal territories. 11 states and 2 federal territories are located on the Malay Peninsula, collectively called Peninsular Malaysia (Semenanjung Malaysia) or West Malaysia. 2 states are on the island of Borneo, and the remaining federal territory consists of islands offshore of Borneo; they are collectively referred to as East Malaysia or Malaysian Borneo.

  6. Buddhism in Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    Buddhism is the second largest religion in Malaysia, after Islam, with 19.8% of Malaysia's population being Buddhist, although some estimates put that figure at 21.6% when combining estimates of numbers of Buddhists with figures for adherents of Chinese religions which incorporate elements of Buddhism.

  7. Goods and Services Tax (Malaysia) - Wikipedia

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    The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is an abolished value-added tax in Malaysia.GST is levied on most transactions in the production process, but is refunded with exception of Blocked Input Tax, to all parties in the chain of production other than the final consumer.

  8. International Islamic University Malaysia - Wikipedia

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    IIUM has online services, such as i-Ma'luum, in which IIUM students can check and organise their personal schedules and information in a centralized online database. IIUM has an e-learning and online community portal (called i-Ta'leem), where students can organise and coordinate their schedules, announcements and activities.

  9. 1Malaysia Development Berhad - Wikipedia

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    Bandar Malaysia is a 26-years long run project. It was acquired by 1MDB with the cost of RM368.72 million with additional cost of RM2.717 billion (partly funded by Government for RM1.117 billion) for the reallocation of the current Sungai Besi Airport which act as Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) airbase to 8 new locations, the biggest in Sendayan, Negeri Sembilan.