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The Kelantan Deputy MB says PAS had gone through difficult times before and had captured Kelantan on its own.
Najib Razak today shopped for some essential items at the Kota Damansara Giant hypermarket as he observed the GST implementation.
The parties entered into a settlement agreement on Feb 26 to settle some disputes and renegotiate the terms for a new contract.
Thailand's junta lifted martial law on Wednesday but replaced it with new orders retaining sweeping powers for the military.
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Indonesia's Tommy Sugiarto retired due to a back injury just after China's Lin Dan collected his second point in the first game.