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The new Malaysian Government has just revealed its full cabinet lineup. Taking the helm of the Communications and Multimedia Ministry is Gobind Singh Deo, the Member of Parliament for Puchong. The swearing-in ceremony is scheduled to take place next Monday, 21 May.
During Tun Mahathir’s swearing-in ceremony as the 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia, you would probably notice a smartphone on the front pocket of His Majesty Yang di-Pertuan Agong. We are curious what smartphone does Tuanku use, and some of our readers have tried guessing as well.
As Malaysia heads to the poll, TuneTalk is giving its users free 1GB of data to stay connected. The free data offer is valid for today only and you have to send an SMS to redeem it.
UPDATE: Undi.info is inaccessible. Here’s the alternative link.
The time is nearly upon the us. As the 14th Malaysian General Elections (GE14) kicks off tomorrow, it is up to the Rakyat to decide the kind of leaders they want. It would be an understatement to say that it’s an important day for Malaysia as tomorrow’s results will pretty much decide the fate of our country for the next few years.
That’s why it’s important to keep up with the results as they unfold. Thankfully, there’s a really easy way for you to do so.
Earlier today, several mainstream media titles had reported that Tun Mahathir vows to put an end to ride sharing services in Malaysia. The report claimed that the opposition wants to abolish e-hailing applications and services if they win in the upcoming election.
The Malaysian 14th General Election is taking place on 9 May 2018 and many are expected to return home to cast their votes. As there’s an increase in demand, AirAsia will be adding more domestic flights and are deploying larger aircraft with more seating capacity.
As announced by the Election Commision (EC), registered voters can find out their exact polling station for the upcoming 14th Generation Election starting today. This includes the actual venue to cast your vote, time, channel (Saluran) and serial number (No Siri).
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UPDATE: The special fares are now available on AirAsia. RM99 fare is only within West Malaysia and East Malaysia.
UPDATE 2: The special fares have been extended by an extra day. Now covering domestic flights on 8-10 May.
If you’re a Sabah or Sarawak registered voter that’s based in West Malaysia, AirAsia will be offering lower fares for you to return home and cast your vote. This was announced by AirAsia’s Group CEO, Tony Fernandes, via Twitter and the special fares
will be available by Monday are available now.
UPDATE: The 14th General Election is happening on 9 May.
UPDATE 2: You can now check the actual venue for polling day.
Parliament was dissolved last week and the 14th Malaysian general election is happening very soon. If you’re a registered voter, it is advisable that you check your voting details at least a week before you head to the polls.
Whether this is your first time or if you’ve cast your vote before, here are three ways to check on your current status.