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  2. The Malaysian Insider - Wikipedia

    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 ...

  3. Hinduism in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    Hinduism is the fourth largest religion in Malaysia.About 1.78 million Malaysian residents (6.3% of the total population) are Hindus, according to 2010 Census of Malaysia.

  4. Capital punishment in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    Capital punishment in Malaysia is a legal penalty, although there is a moratorium on executions. There are 33 capital crimes, including murder , drug trafficking , treason , acts of terrorism , waging war against the Yang di-Pertuan Agong , and, since 2003, rape resulting in death or rape of a child. [1]

  5. Star TV (Asian TV networks) - Wikipedia

    Star TV (standing for Satellite Television Asian Region), is an Asian TV service owned by Disney Star. In 2008, author Shiau Hong-chi wrote that Murdoch's purchase of Star TV in 1993 was based on a theory of media globalization assuming that people across nations and languages will watch the same TV programs. [1]

  6. List of television stations in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    CNBC Asia Business News rebranded to CNBC Asia on 1 July 1998. NBC Asia rebranded to National Geographic Channel on 20 July 1998. MGM Gold and Star Mandarin Movies was rebranded to Cinemax on 24 August 1998. 2000 Star Plus rebranded to Star World on 1 July 2000. 2006 TechTV ceased broadcasting and transmission on 1 March 2006.

  7. COVID-19 vaccination in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    On 6 July, Malaysia received 1 million doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine from the United States for its National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme. On 24 June, Malaysia had also received 1 million AstraZeneca vaccine doses from Japan. That same day, the JKJAV confirmed that Malaysia would be receiving about 14 million vaccine doses in July 2021.

  8. Malaysia Airlines - Wikipedia

    Malaysia Airlines has a freighter fleet operated by sister company MASkargo, which manages freighter flights and aircraft cargo-hold capacity for all Malaysia Airlines' passenger flights. Malaysia Airlines traces its history to Malayan Airways Limited, which was founded in Singapore in the 1930s and flew its first commercial flight in 1947.

  9. COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    27,784,905 (total vaccinated); 26,776,345 (fully vaccinated); 70,389,427 (doses administered); Government website;