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  • Tunku Abdul Rahman

    Sir Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Abdul Hamid Halim Shah was the Chief Minister of the Federation of Malaya from 1955 and became the country's first Prime Minister after its Independence in 1957. Born in a royal family in Kedah, Abdul Rahman was the son of 24th Sultan of Kedah...

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  • Tunku Abdul Rahman

    (2010), Tunku Abdul Rahman has always been a revered Malaysian leader who had made immense contributions to the country. For his sacrifices in bringing Malaysia from colonialism to Independence, it is self-explanatory why Tunku Abdul Rahman is known as the Father of Independence. Tunku Abdul Rahman had become...

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  • Tunku Abdul Rahman

    Tunku Abdul Rahman Yang Teramat Mulia Tunku Abdul Rahman Al-Haj Prime Minister of Malaysia |In office |31 August 1957 – 22 September 1970 | |Monarch ...

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  • Tunku Abdul Rahman

    com stated that, Tunku Abdul Rahman was born on 8 February 1903 in Istana Pelamin, Alor Star in Kedah to the 24th Sultan of Kedah, Sultan Abdul Hamid Halim Shah and his sixth wife Cik Manjalara. He was the fourteenth son and twentieth child of his father. As a child, Tunku Abdul Rahman was raised in Isatan...

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  • malaysia national figure tunku abdul rahman

    unku Abdul Rahman Putra Alhaj was born on February 8 1903 at Istana Pelamin, Alor Setar, Kedah. He was the twentieth child and seventh son of Sultan Abdul Hamid Halim Shah, the twenty-fourth Sultan of Kedah.1 His mother on the other hand, Paduka Seri Cik Manjalara was the daughter of a Siamese nobleman...

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  • Early Life of Tunku Abdul Rahman, the First Prime Minister of Malaysia

    Early life… Tunku Abdul Rahman is the first Prime Minister of Malaya (1957-63) and Malaysia (1963-70). He was born in Istana Pelamin, Alor Setar, Kedah, Abdul Rahman was fourteenth son and twentieth child of Sultan Hamid Halim Shah, the twenty-fourth Sultan of Kedah. His mother Paduka Seri cik Menjalara...

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  • Tunku Abd Rahman

    Tunku Abdul Rahman Contribution 1- Making Islam the official religion in 1960.Tunku Abdul Rahman should be thanks for his contribution to make Islam the official religion.can we imagined if Malaysia is not an official religion today. 2- Abdul Rahman established the Islamic Welfare Organisation...

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  • Muhammad Abdul Rahman

    Since 2001, terrorism has grown to become the biggest security threat to Pakistan, although a range of other internal security threats are still present, due to enduring problems with sectarianism, religious extremism, drug and weapon smuggling, and violent ethnic and religious disputes. The government...

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  • King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (Ibn Saud)

    King Abdul Aziz, founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. King Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al Saud (known as Ibn Saud) was a tall, imposing figure, a natural leader of men. He knew instinctively how to judge men and, as his rule progressed, how best to exploit the natural resources of his country for...

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  • Abdul Rahman Wang Wood Low 2012 Negativ

    journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/habitatint Negative impact induced by foreign workers: Evidence in Malaysian construction sector Hamzah Abdul-Rahman a, Chen Wang a, *, Lincoln C. Wood b, Shu Fung Low a a b Faculty of Built Environment, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia School...

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  • Similarities Between Tunku Adbul Rahman and Mahathir Bin Mohamad

    tSimilarities of Tunku Abdul Rahman and Mahathir bin Mohammad Tunku Abdul Rahman and Mahathir bin Mohammad have much in common. Their similarities start from their birth place. Both men were born in Alor Sertar, Kedah. They also spent much of their childhood there, growing up in the same town but in...

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  • Rahman

    Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing & Management Review__________________________________________ ISSN 2319-2836 Vol.2 (9), September (2013) Online available at indianresearchjournals.com RURAL MARKETING ENVIRONMENT: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK DR. SEEMA RATHEE*; JITENDER KUMAR** *ASSISTANT PROFESSOR...

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  • rahman

    1965) References a Tunku Abdul Rahman Contribution 1- Making Islam the official religion in 1960.Tunku Abdul Rahman should be thanks for his contribution to make Islam the official religion.can we imagined if Malaysia is not an official religion today. 2- Abdul Rahman established the Islamic Welfare...

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  • Sejarah

    treated by camp paramedics several times before finally being transferred to hospital where he died in less than 24 hours.[22] [edit] 2009 • Abdul Malik Ishak, 18, attached to Kem Guar Chenderai, Padang Besar, Perlis. Found dead in his bed on June 29, at Kem Guar Chenderai. He had not reported...

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  • Abdul

    asked: Who is he: So he kept silence. The again asked: Who is he: He replied: He is Sa'id ibn Zayd. —Collected by Abu Dawood, Sunan Abu Dawood[2] Abdul Rahman bin `Awf said: The prophet (s) said: Abu Bakr in Paradise, Omar in Paradise, 'Uthman in Paradise, Ali in Paradise, Talha in Paradise, al- Zubair...

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  • Abdul

    IRCTCs e-Ticketing Service Electronic Reservation Slip This ticket will only be valid along with an ID proof in original. If found travelling without ID Proof,Passenger will be treated as without ticket and charged as per extant Railway rules. Transaction ID: 0253206961 Train No. & Name: 2633/KANYAKUMARI...

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  • Sejarah

    dan Batang Lupar. * Sultan Abdul Mu’mien, Sultan Brunei terpaksa menyerahkan kawasan antara Sungai Samarahan dengan Sungai Rajang dengan bayaran 1500 dolar setahun. | 1861 | * James Brooke berjaya menghapuskan kekacauan di sepanjangSungai Rajang. * Sultan Abdul Mu’mien menyerahkan kawasan...

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  • Sejarah

    -explain the advantages and disadvantages of biological control in agriculture ADVANTAGES The most important advantage to the use of biological control is that it typically offers longer term management than the more traditional technology areas. longer term control is achieved because biocontrol...

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  • Abdul

    Swine flu Swine flu is one of several strains of flu which are now considered to be seasonal flu. The official name for swine flu is Influenza A virus subtype H1N1.Swine flu is a relatively new strain of influenza that was responsible during 2009-2010. people with swine flu typically have fever...

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  • Filsafat Sejarah

    FILSAFAT SEJARAH DALAM DIALEKTIKA HEGEL Paper Untuk memenuhi tugas mata kuliah Sejarah Pemikiran Modern yang dibimbing oleh Bapak Najib Jauhari, S.Pd., M.Hum. Oleh : Aldilah hardiana nur izza 308832410473 [pic] UNIVERSITAS NEGERI MALANG FAKULTAS ILMU SOSIAL JURUSAN SEJARAH PROGRAM...

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