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Malaysia may permanently waive rules for foreign ships working on undersea cables

Indian Express 01 Mar 2024
Loke also announced other changes to Malaysia's shipping rules, including reinstating its cabotage policy on vessels shipping cargo from the country's peninsula to Sarawak state on Borneo island.
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Anglo cements its position as charterer of largest LNG dual-fuelled Capesize+ fleet in world

Independent online (SA) 29 Feb 2024
“Additionally, the Ubuntu fleet has conducted over 30 refuelling stops for LNG in strategic locations such as Singapore and Malaysia, further demonstrating our commitment to embracing sustainable fuel ...
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ReCAAP ISC: Two incidents of armed robbery 20-26 February

SAFETY4SEA 27 Feb 2024
For ships transiting the area, the ship masters and crew are strongly encouraged to exercise extra vigilance and report all incidents immediately to the Operation Centres of the Philippines and Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCOM) of Malaysia.
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REUSABLE SANITARY PADS CAN END PERIOD POVERTY, GENERATE EXTRA INCOME

Malaysian National News Agency 27 Feb 2024
(Bidadari Malaysia is a non-governmental organisation that has been addressing issues concerning period poverty and violence against women as well as advocating cancer prevention over the last five years.).
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U.S KIDS GOLF A PLATFORM FOR JUNIOR MALAYSIAN GOLFERS TO EARN TICKETS FOR 2024 WORLD ...

Malaysian National News Agency 27 Feb 2024
U.S KIDS GOLF A PLATFORM FOR JUNIOR MALAYSIAN GOLFERS TO EARN TICKETS FOR 2024 WORLD JUNIOR C'SHIPS. Yayasan Kecemerlangan Sukan Malaysia (SportExcel) Executive Director Sivanandan Chinnadurai speaking ...
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Satellite images reveal floating barrier at mouth of disputed atoll in South China Sea

Indian Express 26 Feb 2024
Satellite images of the hotly disputed Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea show a new floating barrier across its entrance, near where Philippine ships and China coast guard vessels have had frequent run-ins.
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Satellite images reveal PRC barrier at disputed atoll

Taipei Times 26 Feb 2024
Satellite images of the hotly disputed Scarborough Shoal (Huangyan Island, 黃岩島) in the South China Sea show a new floating barrier across its entrance, near where Philippine ships and Chinese coast guard vessels have had frequent run-ins.
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International drug racket in Delhi: Film producer identified as mastermind; NCB, Delhi Police seize illegal substance

Live Mint 25 Feb 2024
Three people have been arrested as well.The drug network is extended through India to countries such as New Zealand, Australia and Malaysia. Traffickers used air and sea cargo to ship their illegal cargo ... Meth is the highest drug in demand worldwide ... .
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Fact check: Trump delivers another lie-filled CPAC speech

News-Press Now 25 Feb 2024
Smith said Iranian crude is often listed in Chinese data as being from Malaysia; ships may travel from Iran with their transponders switched off and then turn them on when they are near Malaysia, ...
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Police nab Interpol fugitive near Batam

The Jakarta Post 23 Feb 2024
31 by the Barelang Police near Batam city in Riau Islands while trying to cross to Malaysia illegally along with several illegal Indonesian migrant workers ... The boat was on its way to Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
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Vishakhapatnam: Corvette 20 of Vietnam People's Navy participates in MILAN 2024

Beijing News 22 Feb 2024
The MILAN Exercise 2024 commenced on Monday as naval ships of multiple countries docked at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh ... The Indian Navy welcomed the naval ships of Russia, Australia, Seychelles, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and the US.
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Australia wants navy boats with lots of weapons, but no crew. Will they run afoul ...

Phys Dot Org 21 Feb 2024
In particular, where crucial sea lanes are very close to the coast—such as in the Malacca Strait between Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia—ships or other vessels without navigational rights may not have a firm legal footing for passing through.
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UPSC Key\u201421st February, 2024: Article 142 of the Constitution, Definition of Forest and Semiconductor industry in India

Indian Express 21 Feb 2024
As per the Navy, 15 ships and one Maritime Patrol Aircraft from friendly foreign countries, including Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Russia, US, Iran, Myanmar, Malaysia and France, will participate in the sea exercise.
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