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Abdul Rahman

(ˈæbdʊl ˈrɑːmən)
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(Biography) Tunku. 1903–90, Malaysian statesman; prime minister of Malaya (1957–63) and of Malaysia (1963–70)
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Dr Saraf Al Deen Mohammad, a specialist in personality development and psychology from University Tunku Abdul Rahman in Malaysia told me: "Everybody sets goals to patch up cracks in the sky.
Watched by over 500,000 people who converged at the iconic square and its surrounding areas, the celebration themed 'Negaraku Sehati Sejiwa' (My Country, One Heart, One Soul) saw the scene and atmosphere brought back to August 31, 1957 where Malaysia's first prime minister Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj pronounced the country's independence from colonial rule, at nearby Merdeka Stadium.
It will also trace the luminaries in Malaysias foreign policy since the era of the first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj up to the premiership of YAB Dato Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Abdul Razak.
And the Federation of Malaysia had just collapsed, forcing Lee Kuan Yew and Tunku Abdul Rahman to take separate paths toward democratic rule.
This approach is at its most effective in Chapter 4, which analyses the representation of prime ministers Tunku Abdul Rahman and Tun Abdul Razak in their respective memorials.
In 2013, the Beautiful Malaysia project also set a Guinness World Record for the 'Longest Underwater Cleanup', which ran for 168 hours in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park in Sabah.
The change in Malaysia's China policy from hostile non-recognition under the first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, to cautious rapprochement under Razak, is attributed by Baginda to the decision-maker in Razak, especially his personality as the pivot by which foreign policy choices were made based on external and domestic considerations (pp.
The facility required an investment of MYR2m and is located at the ground floor of Plaza Shell at Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman.
EVENTS 1957: Tunku Abdul Rahman, a Britisheducated Malay prince, is elected as head of state ahead of independence from Britain.
Political Islam in Malaysia from Tunku Abdul Rahman to Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Located in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine National Park, skirted by coral reefs and calm turquoise seas, Gayana Eco Resort offers a diverse range of activities under water and on land for adults and children alike.
Santhidran Sinnappan, Creative Industries, Tunku Abdul Rahman University, Malaysia