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Man arrested to assist with investigations into discovery of girl’s corpse

KUANTAN, The police arrested a man in the 20s to assist with investigations into the discovery of a girl’s body in Kampung Tanjung Medang Hilir, Pekan, yesterday.

Pekan District Police chief Supt Amran Sidek, who confirmed the arrest, said the suspect was believed to be the last individual seen with the victim.

He, however, declined to elaborate on the arrest until a post-mortem report is received from the Forensics Unit at the Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA) here.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

Man held for posting racist remarks, religious insults using false Facebook account

GEORGE TOWN, Police arrested a man for uploading racist statements and insults on Facebook by using a false account yesterday.

Southwest district police chief, Supt A.A. Anbalagan said the 43-year-old man was detained at Bukit Mertajam at around 7.15pm, following a police report lodged by a factory manager at Bayan Baru, near here.

“The police received a report from a 47-year-old factory manager who claimed that his picture had been uploaded on a facebook account with status updates that were racist, insulting in nature and condemning Islam.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

Man held for posting racist remarks, religious insults using false Facebook account

GEORGE TOWN, Police arrested a man for uploading racist statements and insults on Facebook by using a false account yesterday.

Southwest district police chief, Supt A.A. Anbalagan said the 43-year-old man was detained at Bukit Mertajam at around 7.15pm, following a police report lodged by a factory manager at Bayan Baru, near here.

“The police received a report from a 47-year-old factory manager who claimed that his picture had been uploaded on a facebook account with status updates that were racist, insulting in nature and condemning Islam.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

Police detain man who threatens wife

GEORGE TOWN, Police detain a man after he threatened to pour acid and carve up his wife’s face if she demanded a divorce in an incident at their home in Relau, near here early on Friday.

North East district police chief ACP Che Zaimani Che Awang said the 52-year-old man was detained at his house at 1.45 pm yesterday after his wife lodged a police report.

”According to his wife, her husband had pressed her face on Friday at 6 am and threatened to pour acid on it and carve it up if she wanted to divorce him,” he said here today.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

Police detain man who threatens wife

GEORGE TOWN, Police detain a man after he threatened to pour acid and carve up his wife’s face if she demanded a divorce in an incident at their home in Relau, near here early on Friday.

North East district police chief ACP Che Zaimani Che Awang said the 52-year-old man was detained at his house at 1.45 pm yesterday after his wife lodged a police report.

”According to his wife, her husband had pressed her face on Friday at 6 am and threatened to pour acid on it and carve it up if she wanted to divorce him,” he said here today.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

Pakistan and Malaysia can work together in developing blue economy, says PN Navy Chief

KARACHI, Malaysia and Pakistan could help each other in the development of their respective blue economy just as they strengthen their naval ties, said Pakistan Navy’s Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi.

He said the blue economy, which involves the management of marine or ocean resources, held important opportunities for both countries in the future.

The future lies in the sea. We can share information and experiences. What Malaysia have achieved, what Pakistan have achieved, we can strengthen each other in that dimension, the Chief of Pakistan Navy said during an interview with Bernama onboard the naval multi-role support ship KD Mahawangsa from the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) at the Karachi Harbour, here today.

Admiral Abbasi visited KD Mahawangsa, which is one of the two RMN ships participating in a five-day multinational maritime exercise Aman 2019, hosted by the Pakistan Navy which took off here on Friday.

RMN also sent corvette ship KD Kasturi, and its naval special forces (PASKAL) and EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) teams to the sixth edition of the Aman maritime exercise.

More than 45 countries are participating in the multinational exercise with some of them sending their ships, helicopters and special forces teams.

Commenting on Aman 2019, Admiral Abbasi said the exercise has been conducted by the Pakistan Navy every two years since 2007 and is expected to enhance the interoperability and mutual understanding of the two navies.

He also expressed his gratitude to the Malaysian Government and RMN for sending two ships to participate in the exercise.

This speaks about the warmth and cordial relationship that two countries enjoy. We regularly participate in LIMA likewise the Malaysian Navy in Aman, he said, adding that the latest participation will further strengthen their ties.

The Chief of Pakistan Navy also said it was important for both countries to keep their communication channels open and share information particularly when dealing with non-traditional treats such as terrorism, piracy and smuggling.

Source: NAM News Network

Pakistan and Malaysia can work together in developing blue economy, says PN Navy Chief

KARACHI, Malaysia and Pakistan could help each other in the development of their respective blue economy just as they strengthen their naval ties, said Pakistan Navy’s Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi.

He said the blue economy, which involves the management of marine or ocean resources, held important opportunities for both countries in the future.

The future lies in the sea. We can share information and experiences. What Malaysia have achieved, what Pakistan have achieved, we can strengthen each other in that dimension, the Chief of Pakistan Navy said during an interview with Bernama onboard the naval multi-role support ship KD Mahawangsa from the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) at the Karachi Harbour, here today.

Admiral Abbasi visited KD Mahawangsa, which is one of the two RMN ships participating in a five-day multinational maritime exercise Aman 2019, hosted by the Pakistan Navy which took off here on Friday.

RMN also sent corvette ship KD Kasturi, and its naval special forces (PASKAL) and EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) teams to the sixth edition of the Aman maritime exercise.

More than 45 countries are participating in the multinational exercise with some of them sending their ships, helicopters and special forces teams.

Commenting on Aman 2019, Admiral Abbasi said the exercise has been conducted by the Pakistan Navy every two years since 2007 and is expected to enhance the interoperability and mutual understanding of the two navies.

He also expressed his gratitude to the Malaysian Government and RMN for sending two ships to participate in the exercise.

This speaks about the warmth and cordial relationship that two countries enjoy. We regularly participate in LIMA likewise the Malaysian Navy in Aman, he said, adding that the latest participation will further strengthen their ties.

The Chief of Pakistan Navy also said it was important for both countries to keep their communication channels open and share information particularly when dealing with non-traditional treats such as terrorism, piracy and smuggling.

Source: NAM News Network