Published: 5/04/2010 at 12:49 PM
Online news: Asia
Malaysia has set up an academy to train Hindu priests in a bid to reduce the number of foreigners working in temples in the Muslim-majority nation, a newspaper reported Monday.
Human resources minister S. Subramaniam's announcement came after the government rescinded a 2008 immigration ban on Indian priests aimed at cutting the country's foreign workforce.
"With the academy, the community is also assured of qualified and accredited priests to perform various Hindu ceremonies," the minister was quoted as saying by the New Straits Times newspaper..MORE
Macam ramai sgt kat kuil..thee he he
Subra Gabra tak/tak tau buat kerja..
Duduk rumah makan murukku, tgk tv, tido..
Mana nak tau perkembangan..thee he he
Nak tau ramai tak ramai..
Pg check restoran mamak..thee he he
Pg check kat ladang kelapa sawit..
Pg check kat car-wash..thee he he
Baru jumpa berjuta umat Tamil Nadu..
Hulu Selangor ada p/raya..
Subra Gabra tau tak??