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April 2006 in Malaysia and Singapore

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This page deals with March 2006 events in, or related to, Malaysia and Singapore and their citizens.

Deaths[edit]

  • May 20 Cherd Songsri

Ongoing events[edit]

  • Avian influenza (H5N1) outbreak

Ongoing armed conflicts[edit]

  • South Thailand insurgency
  • 2006 East Timor crisis

Related pages[edit]

  • 2006 in Malaysia
  • 2006 in Singapore


Other articles of the topic Malaysia : Ahmad Masrizal Muhammad, List of Malaysians of Chinese descent, Main Puteri, Kif Valentine, Baju Sikap, Alice Smith School, Ghazal Parti

Other articles of the topic Singapore : Insworld Institute, Singapore Business Federation, Singapore, GEMS World Academy (Singapore), List of uniformed groups in Singapore schools, Singapore men's junior national softball team, BoberTea
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24 April 2006 (Monday)[edit]

  • Flag of Sarawak.svg Yang Dipertua Negeri Sarawak dissolves the state assembly. Nomination day has been set for May 9. Polling Day is on the 20th. (The Star)

22 April 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

  • Flag of Malaysia.svg Former Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Tun Ghafar Baba passes away due to a heart attack here in Kuala Lumpur. (Bernama)

13 April 2006 (Wednesday)[edit]

  • Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore accedes to the Kyoto Protocol. (Bernama)
  • Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysian field hockey team lost to Japan in the opening match of Hockey World Cup Qualifier in Changzhou, China. (Bernama)

12 April 2006 (Wednesday)[edit]

  • Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia scraps the construction of a bridge that was meant to replace the Causeway between Johor and Singapore, citing legal complication regarding water pipes and railway track that are part of the Causeway. Malaysia also decides to quit negotiation with Singapore. (Bernama) (Bernama)
  • Flag of Sabah.svg 17 of the 47 illegal immigrants that escaped from a detention center in Menggatal, Sabah have been recaptured. (Bernama)

11 April 2006 (Tuesday)[edit]

  • Flag of Malaysia.svg Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand to discuss the fate of 54 orangutans smuggled into Thailand two years ago later this month. (The Star)
  • Flag of Perak.svg Logging activities near Temenggor Forest Reserve threatens wildlife. (The Star)

10 April 2006 (Monday)[edit]

  • Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysian government plans to create an ombudsman to investigate public complaints against authorities. (The Star)

9 April 2006 (Sunday)[edit]

  • Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore denies rejection Malaysian smart card for immigration purpose. (The Star)

8 April 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

  • Flag of Sabah.svg Illegal Filipino and Indonesian immigrants escape from a detention center in Menggatal, Sabah. (Daily Express)

7 April 2006 (Friday)[edit]

  • Flag of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.svg Flood hits Old Klang Road and several other places in Kuala Lumpur. (The Star)

6 April 2006 (Thursday)[edit]

  • Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore refuses to use Malaysian smart card in place of Malaysian passport. (The Star)
  • Flag of Malaysia.svg The Kuala Lumpur Composite Index rises to its highest level in nearly eight months (The Star)

News collections and sources[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

  • New Straits Times [1]
  • The Star [2]
  • Bernama [3]
  • The Malay Mail [4]
  • Daily Express [5] (mainly Sabah news)

Singapore[edit]

Template:Malaysia and Singapore events by month links

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