• how malaysia got its independance
    was the 1st president.A conflict then occurred.Dato’ Onn Jaafar allowed non-Malays to join the party because he believed that inter-racial nation was important to get independence.Due to the opposition of his party members towards his belief,he choosed to left the party and Tunku Abdul Rahman...
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  • Hhhh
    at the time of Tunku Abdul Rahman who was PM. Both were in the first Cabinet. The lady is his wife (provides positive ID for her in the photo below). Source: Chronicle of Malaysia 1957-2007, page 88. My comment: The info above maybe incorrect as he was the Minister of Health in 1964, according...
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  • ewfweewf
    UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN Centre : Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS) Unit Code : FHSP 1014 Course : Foundation in Science Unit Title : Physics I Year/ Trimester Session : : Year 1 / Trimester 1 2013/05 TEST 1 Date : 28th June 2013 Q1...
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  • purpose malayan union
    preference had immediately led Tun Abdul Razak to construct a Cabinet he brought back Dato’ Seri Dr. Mahathir to the government and to the party. Dato’ Seri Dr. Mahathir, a man of vision who had demonstrated his charismatic leardership, a fact which eventually got him dismissed by Tunku Abdul Rahman due to...
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  • Cfd Assignment: Laminar Boundary Layer
    UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN Faculty Course Year/ Semester Session : Engineering and Science Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) : Mechanical/Chemical/Civil Engineering : 2/1, 2/2, 3/1 : 2012/05 Unit Code Unit Title Lecturer : : : UEME3112 Fluids Mechanics II Dr Lai Soon Onn/Ms. Jaslyn Low Foon Siang...
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  • Pad310
    -Independent Period (1957 – 1970) NEP Period (1971 – 1990) – The Mei 1969 tragedy. Tun Abdul Razak (1971 – 1976) took over the Premiership from Tunku Abdul Rahman and established MAGERAN. Under Tun Razak NEP was formulated. Public administration played very important role in social and economic...
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  • Cara Pembentukan Malaysia
    ) >Pemimpin di kedua-dua negeri menganggap gagasan Malaysia merupakan satu helah untuk meluaskan kuasa Tanah Melayu dan menggantikan penjajahan British. >Pada bulan Jun 1961, Tunku Abdul Rahman berangkat ke Sabah dan Sarawak dan mendapati rakyat di sana telah salah faham mengenai gagasan Malaysia. >maka...
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  • May 13
    the moderate Tunku Abdul Rahman – in which they succeeded – as well as to further their agenda of Malay supremacy which has dominated Malaysian government policy ever since.[1] Contents * 1 Precursors * 1.1 Formation of Malaysia * 1.1.1 History of Malaya * 1.2 Ketuanan Melayu...
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  • Paperwork
    . II. To demonstrate the understanding of the challenges to bring about unity and integration in Malaysia. III. To discuss the recent approaches to overcome the above challenges. REQUIREMENTS From the era of Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj to the current era of Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun...
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  • Speech
    . INFORMAL LETTER You went to Tunku Abdul Rahman Park for a holiday with your brothers. Write a letter to a friend to tell him or her about unforgettable trip...
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  • Study
    , caves, honeycombs and deep crevices. Jesselton Point Ferry Terminal in downtown Kota Kinabalu is the ferry terminal for those heading to the islands in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (Gaya Island, Sapi Island, Manukan Island, Mamutik Island and Sulug Island). This ferry terminal is also the departure...
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  • Business Admin
    Tunku Abdul Rahman College The Tunku Abdul Rahman College was set-up to cater mainly for Chinese students who did not have the opportunity for tertiary education locally or overseas. In 1991, the Government has allocated RM20 million under the Six's Malaysia Plan for the college. Under his...
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  • Mohamad
    his seat, before falling out with the then Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman and being expelled from UMNO. When Abdul Rahman resigned, Mahathir re-entered UMNO and parliament, and was promoted to the Cabinet. By 1976, he had risen to Deputy Prime Minister, and in 1981 was sworn in as Prime Minister...
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  • Student Visa Issue
    distribution of study aid under the Tunku Abdul Rahman Foundation (TAR Foundation) at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Memorial here on Tuesday. He was commenting on a newspaper report Tuesday which quoted Kolej Antarabangsa Yayasan Melaka chief executive officer Datuk Saroni Judi as saying the decision to stop...
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  • Genting
    . On 28th April 1969, he submitted an application for a casino license to the Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman. By sheer providence, a cabinet meeting was being held that very afternoon, and Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong’s application approved. To this day, the Casino de Genting is the first and only casino in...
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  • Tun Abdul Ghafar Baba
    1.0 INTRODUCTION The first Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj spearheaded the effort for independence, leading a delegation of ministers and political leaders of Malaya (now Malaysia) in negotiations with the British in London for Merdeka, or Independence. Tun Abdul Ghafar...
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  • Pis Coursework
    TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN (Appendix B) SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCE ACADEMIC YEAR 2012/2013 DIPLOMA IN SCIENCE (INFORMATION SYSTEM ENGINEERING) PLAGIARISM STATEMENT Tutorial Group : Sub-group : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (Please circle) Team No.: Read, complete and sign...
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  • Guidelines for Seminar
    : 4 cm Right margin: 2.5 cm Top, bottom: 2 cm Header: chapter Footer: page number Binding Softcover binding with black color cover and gold lettering. Cover page: Seminar title by Student name College logo School of Arts and Science Tunku Abdul Rahman College Kuala...
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  • Ghjghghjghghj
    , Mahathir lost his Parliamentary seat in the 1969 elections, followed by the racial riots of May 13, 1969. The riots led Mahathir to write a letter to the first Prime Minister of Malaysia – Tunku Abdul Rahman asking for Tunku’s resignation based on the reason that Tunku did not handle racial matters...
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  • 13 Mei
    opposition Democratic Action Party, which is Chinese-based. However, many allege that the riots were simply a ploy by the Malay elites of UMNO, as part of their efforts to wrest power from the moderate Tunku Abdul Rahman - in which they succeeded - as well as to further their agenda of Malay supremacy...
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