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    A highly interactive and participative PDRM Town Hall Discussion 2019 at Dewan Kulia A, USM

    A well-attended and highly participative Town Hall Discussion was organized by RMP Penang Contingent and collaboratively executed with MCPF Penang, USM and Lions Club International. YDH CP Dato’ Narenasagaran Thangaveloo, Chief Police Officer of Penang fielded various questions posed by the audience and spoke from his heart sharing both official (RMP) positions on issues as…

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    Hari Anugerah Cermelang 2019 SJK(T) Ladang Alma, SPS

    MCPF Penang Deputy Chairman Y.Bhg. Dato’ K. Pulayantran delivered a Keynote Address to over 200 students from SJK (T) Ladang Alma, SPS on 24th November 2019 on the occasion of their “Hari Anugerah Cermelang 2019”. Dato’ K. Pulayantran emphasized that the foundations of a good early education and religion will help mold future responsible Malaysian…

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    Sambutan 100 Tahun Sekolah SJK(T) Simpang Lima, Parit Buntar, Perak

    MCPF Penang Deputy Chairman Y.Bhg. Dato’ K. Pulayantran was invited in his capacity as the MCPF (Federal) EXCO member to deliver the Keynote Address on Crime Prevention amongst both Students and their Parents and tips on bringing up of diligent students at the “Sambutan 100 Tahun Sekolah SJK (T) Simpang Lima, Parit Buntar Perak on…

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    Seminar Pemantapan Integrasi

    MCPF Penang in collaboration with the Royal Malaysia Police, Penang Contingent and the State Education Department, successfully held a ½ “Seminar Pemantapan Integrasi – Dekat Di Hati” at SMK Bandar Tasek Mutiara, Simpang Ampat, Nibong Tebal (Seberang Perai Selatan) on 3rd May 2017. The School Principal Cikgu Abul Halim bin Hussin delivered the Welcome Speech…

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    Crime expert calls for deep study of diyat

    This article first appeared on FMT by Robin Augustin on May 6, 2017. Image above is sourced from FMT. PETALING JAYA: A criminologist has voiced concern that the introduction of the Islamic law of diyat may reduce the deterrent effect of conventional punishments for violent crimes like murder. Speaking to FMT, P Sundramoorthy of Universiti Sains…

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    Full-day classes can curb social ills among youths

    This article first appeared on The Star. Image above is sourced from The Star. FULL-DAY school system is the way to go to prevent students from getting involved in social ills, especially gangsterism, in the near future. Universiti Sains Malaysia criminologist Assoc Prof Dr P. Sundramoorthy said a full-day school system would be beneficial because after…

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