The censorship board reportedly says there is so much obscene content in the film that there would be not much left of it after the necessary cuts were made.
The law allows the police to use lethal force only in very few circumstances, says Shamsher Thind Singh.
Members consist of the police and personnel from the NRD and Immigration Department.
UPDATED 4.16PM | Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad will be attending the burial at Pontian, Johor.
The Timber Industry Board's new subsidiary would look for opportunities from GLCs and state governments, as well as abroad.
He cites the Japanese model which offers a sustainable environment to the local communities.
Unesco expressed concern that the fictional 'aboriginal village' on the set could distort the local area's natural heritage.
The rate in Johor is the lowest, which Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok finds "unsatisfactory".
Villagers and volunteers of 'Light Up Borneo' harness the power of river currents to generate electricity.
Such a policy will incentivise developers to target foreigners instead of locals, says HBA.
He says under existing laws, complaints against the IGP would be handled by the chief secretary.
The walls were bedecked with mosaics of colourful notes calling for democracy and denouncing Beijing.
That is if a national unity government emerges from Tuesday’s election.
Dr M returns fire at his predecessor who complains about Khazanah's recent divestments.
PM offers sarcastic response to suggestions that ECRL can be suspended since it was likely devised to bail out 1MDB.
UPDATED 9.36PM | Semambu assemblyperson estimates that 20 acres are on fire.