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Orang Asli student bullied at top school, hospitalised

The 13-year-old boy is too traumatised to return to school, parents applied for a transfer out.

by Hariz Mohd
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Orang Asli to be appointed to inter-religious committee

Waytha: It is obligatory for the M'sian government to recognise believers of animism.  

by Bernama
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Pahang to gazette additional 8,571ha of reserved land for Orang Asli

This is one of the contributions to the welfare of the Orang Asli, especially in Pahang, says MB Wan Rosdy.

by Bernama
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Perak gov't leaves it to MACC to probe alleged bribes given to Orang Asli

A logging company allegedly tried to bribe Orang Asli to prevent protests over illegal logging activities.

by Bernama
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Exploitation of indigenous arts a rampant problem, forum told

"The entire way of how the Orang Asli live is now a commodity,"

by Alyaa Alhadjri
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Gov't urged to provide allocation in Budget 2020 to upgrade facilities for Orang Asli

Senator Isa Ab Hamid says the allocation could be used to upgrade roads, as well as water and electrical supply.

by Bernama
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Durian plantation appeals to restore lawsuit against Orang Asli blockade

The Temiar community had erected a blockade claiming their native customary land was being encroached. 

by Hidir Reduan Abdul Rashid
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Food programme to address malnutrition among Orang Asli children

Deputy health minister says nutritional problems still exist in the society despite various programmes. 

by Bernama
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SK Bukit Lanjan rugby team carries the ball for Orang Asli

When the school introduced rugby to its Orang Asli students in 2015, none of them ever seen a rugby ball.

by Faisal Asyraf
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The haze has gone, but the plight of Perak's Orang Asli hasn't

LETTER | Unchecked logging activities still encroaching into their ancestral homeland.

by Mohd Hussin Ishak Sebi
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Ministry reconfirms measles Orang Asli deaths, denies forced birth control claims

The findings of two committees it set up to probe the two incidents are announced today.

by B Nantha Kumar
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Gov't won't neglect Orang Asli women abandoned by foreign husbands

Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says she does not want any woman to be exploited.

by Bernama
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Wait for full report on cause of Bateq deaths, says Waytha

Minister dismisses claims of gov't cover-up surrounding Orang Asli villagers' deaths. 

by Alyaa Alhadjri
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Waythamoorthy to mediate Orang Seletar land case against Johor gov’t, Putrajaya

The 2012 case is currently being heard before the Court of Appeal.

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Solve environmental and health issues of Orang Asli

LETTER | Major commercial enterprises, especially indiscriminate logging, is the enemy of the Orang Asli's environment and habitat.

by Dr Chan Wing Chit et al
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Minister to hand report on Kuala Koh deaths to cabinet on Sept 18

This follows fresh claims that the gov't did not investigate fully and is sweeping the case aside.

by Martin Vengadesan
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