SHAH ALAM: The 'Nothing To Hide 2.0' programme, organised by Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia's (PPBM) youth wing (Armada), at Dewan Raja Musa in Section 7 here turned into a ruckus with the throwing of flares, chairs, shoes and water bottles by several audience. Read More...

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Dewan PhotoDewan: The originally Persian title of dewan has, at various points in Islamic history, designated various differing though similar functions.
Armada: Armada is the Spanish and Portuguese word for naval fleet, or an adjective meaning 'armed' Armda is the Czech and Slovak for armed forces. It may refer to: