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    Decriminalize Use of Drugs

    THE world community is still perplexed by the complexity and challenges of drug addiction and drug use disorders. The idea that all drug use is dangerous, immoral and evil has led to stricter enforcement and extremely punitive policies in most nations. The consequences of detecting, arresting, prosecuting, and incarcerating drug users are devastating. The many…

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    The prelude to ‘mat rempit’

    This article first appeared on The Star. Image above sourced from The Star. PETALING JAYA: Modified frames, spruced-up handle bars, lowered front forks and safety brakes removed. These are some of the modifications done on bicycles used by school kids and teenagers in their dangerous mat lajak menace. Comprising mostly those aged 18 and below,…

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    Motivation and Self-Development Workshop

    The Penang Indian PIBG (Persatuan Ibu-Bapa Guru) [Parents-Teachers Association] organized a half-day “Motivation and Self-Development Workshop” for Indian students of SM Bandar Tasek Mutiara, Simpang Ampat on 16th February 2017. In attendance were MCPF Penang Vice-Chairman (II) Dato’ K. Pulayantran, SLC Members Maj. (H) M. Kaleessvaran, Rahumatullah bin Ibrahim and Munusamy Muniandy.  Also present was…

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    The lure of gang life

    This article first appeared on FMT. The image above is sourced from FMT. PETALING JAYA: The best thing the country can do to fight gangsterism among its youth is to allow the community to take the lead in prevention programmes, says a renowned criminologist. In an interview with FMT, P Sundramoorthy of Universiti Sains Malaysia…

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