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PN To Introduce New Logo In GE15, Says Muhyiddin

PN Supreme Council has decided to improve the logo with an additional symbol IPOH — Perikatan Nasional (PN) will be introducing its new logo to...

Police Denies UTK Officers Manhandled Journalist At PN Event

However, the police assured an investigation will be carried out to determine the individuals involved in the incident KUALA LUMPUR - Federal police have denied...

PH Will Be Punished, I’m Definitely Sure About It

The people have every reason to be angry at PH. In a matter of 22 months, the Bursa Malaysia was wiped out of RM...

Gerakan To Contest At Least Five Seats in Johor Polls, Says State Chief

But President Dominic Lau said that the party would contest a maximum of 10 seats at the state polls Johor Bahru – Parti Gerakan Rakyat...

The Writing’s Not On The Wall This Time As Parties Work Their Best Ahead Of Saturday’s Polls

Kota Kinabalu, Friday - Unlike in past few by-elections held in other parts of the country earlier, including one in Kimanis, Sabah, the state...


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