Exsite supervisor makes a living driving the dead

first_img“If we feel that there is ‘something’, just say some prayers,” he said, adding that he always reminded himself about the presence of God.> A small river in Bagan Datuk, Perak, has turned pink apparently due to a nearby belacan factory, Harian Metro reported.Water used for washing seafood caused the river in Kampung Baru Sungai Tiang to change colour.The find disproved claims by residents that the pollution was due to chemical waste.Perak Education, Technology, Science and Environment Committee chairman Dr Abdul Aziz Bari said a report by the Department of Environment showed no chemicals involved.“We will also look into the matter to ensure there has been no violation of rules and regulations, especially those involving the belacan factory,” he said.The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item. Compiled by C. ARUNO and CLARISSA CHUNGFOR hearse driver Muhammad Afiq Safwan Md Kamal, he has no regrets quitting his job as a site supervisor to take up his current job.“I’m always asked whether I have any fear doing what I do now. People think it’s odd when I say nothing has happened,” he told Sinar Harian.Muhammad Afiq, 28, said that many of the “unexplained” happenings could be due to a person’s own imagination. Nation 09 Jul 2019 Siti Nurhaliza shares daily life on YouTube Related News Found in Translation {{category}} {{time}} {{title}}center_img Nation 10 Jul 2019 Leiking: Squatter issue holding back investments in Perak Tags / Keywords: Related News Nation 10 Jul 2019 Suspend implicated Perak exco man until rape investigation complete, says Perak PAS Youthlast_img

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