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Broadcast in Mindanao Examiner TV in Pagadian City (KISMET Cable TV & Pagadian City Cable TV Channel 63). For block time, booking or guesting, advertisements and sponsorship, please call our Zamboanga Studio on telephone number (062) 9925480 and mobile number (+63917) 7103642. Mindanao Examiner Newspaper Mindanao Examiner Television Mindanao Examiner Productions mindanaoexaminer.com Thousands of poor Muslims benefit from Sulu Sultanate relief mission Thousands of mostly poor Muslims in the southern Philippine province of Sulu benefited from a humanitarian mission launched by the Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo. Her majesty Princess Pulalun, whose father Sultan Sharif Ibrahim Ajibul Mohammad Pulalun, the heir to the Sultanate of Sulu, led the relief mission along with dozens of loy...
Topic: Investigation of Carbon Dioxide Level in Faculty of Engineering Classrooms Student: Student: Nur Fazielah Binti Nasir Supervisor: Dr. Djamila Examiner: Dr. Azizul Chairperson: Ms. Lillian Overall, the student designed excellent methodology and completed her research study. The results mostly well analysed and discussed However… Obvious mistakes related to regression analysis were observed and corrected after viva. The indoor air temperatures in few air-conditioned classrooms were very high. The student reported that Air Conditioners in few classrooms were not operating well. Therefore, this affected the obtained results. However, further corrections were made after viva. Obvious errors were also observed for the slide about complex eng
I found this record while digging through the dollar bins at my local record store. It's an LP by Lebanese singer/actress Sabah. The record was in NM shape, so I didn't bother to remove any pops or hisses from the recordings. What you hear is what was there. About the pressing: Released with a Philips logo in the top right, but labelled as an Ash-Shark release on the record itself. The catalogue number on the front is APY 833 706, on the inside is LSPO 145. I do not own the rights to this material. All rights reserved to the respective holders.
Living Stateless tells the stories of two families with neither home or nation to call their own. Born in Malaysia but considered “illegal” and “foreign” by the government, they live in constant fear of harassment, exploitation, detention and deportation. Denied education and resources, they are trapped in a cycle of poverty and oppression. This film explores statelessness and its effects on the generations of people living unrecognized by any land.
We’ve heard the stories time and time again: people forced to make a choice between staying in their hometown where there is very little economic opportunity, and leaving family to make money elsewhere. Across Asia, countless people have faced this decision, and often decide that supporting the family from abroad is the best option. This is especially the case in the Philippines, where one of the biggest contributors to the economy is through remittances – money sent home by Filipinos working outside the country. On this special episode of Assignment Asia, CCTV’s Barnaby Lo follows one woman, Sam, as she travels from Sabah, Malaysia back home to the southern Philippines – an emotional journey that, she says, will be her last.
ZAMBOANGA CITY (Mindanao Examiner / 11 May) -- The Philippine military on Friday said it has in custody four children of Jemaah Islamiya bomber Dulmatin, tagged as behind the deadly Bali bombing in 2002. Filipino soldiers tracked down the children in the southern island of Tawi-Tawi near the Sabah border. "We have in custody the four children of Dulmatin," a regional army spokesman Maj. Eugene Batara told the independent regional newspaper, the Mindanao Examiner.
Abraham Idjirani, secretary general and spokesperson of The Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo, former foreign affairs career minister Hermes Dorado, Princess Jacel Kiram, daughter of Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, and BAYAN Chairperson Dr. Carol Araullo discuss the Philippine claim on Sabah. Highlights of the public forum organized by the Moro-Christian People's Alliance (MCPA), the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (BAYAN) and Pilgrims for Peace (P4P) on March 12, 2013 at the University Hotel in U.P. Diliman, Quezon City.
Malaysia has responded with troops and fighter jets to an ancient and deadly claim to a remote corner of Borneo. It marked a dramatic conclusion to a bizarre three-week siege that appeared to catch the governments of the Philippines and Malaysia off guard. A group of Filipino rebels pitched up in a seaside village on the island of Borneo, and asserted their ancestral ownership rights to the territory. The self-proclaimed Royal Army of Sulu are from the remote Philippine island province of Sulu. They made the short journey by boat to Borneo Island in February, landing in Lahad Datu in Sabah state. The Philippines had urged Malaysia to show maximum restraint in dealing with the armed group but the killing of a number of policemen saw Malaysia respond with significant force. This territor...