Putrajaya


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Synonyms for Putrajaya

Malaysia's sparkling new capital

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The objective of this two-days meeting in Marriot Putrajaya, Malaysia was to further discuss feedbacks on the draft training materials and finalize the Teacher Training Materials for CCE in Asia Pacific for submission to UNESCO Jakarta Office.
The mosque impressively juts into the man-made Putrajaya Lake.
During the meeting, representatives of Putrajaya invited a delegation of the Bishkek mayor's office to participate in the third international festival of the Islamic art and culture, which will be held in October 2015.
Puchong and Putrajaya are part of the Klang Valley area, which includes Kuala Lumpur and its suburbs and adjoining cities and towns in the state of Selangor.
The market will be more comfortable if we are able to bring down the fiscal deficit," Prime Minister Najib Razak told reporters at the country's administrative capital of Putrajaya.
Visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met with his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak in Putrajaya on Thursday in a bid to deepen economic ties and explain Tokyo's position on Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations, which Japan officially joined earlier this week.
Malaysia's landmark Putra Perdana, the office of the Prime Minister, is shrouded with smog in Putrajaya, outside Kuala Lumpur on July 23.
The special announcement was made at his office at the PerdanaPutraBuilding in Putrajaya and was carried live over all major radio and television stations at 11.
10 ( ANI ): With an aim to mark International Women's Day, a million women will walk into the records book with a street gathering in Putrajaya and similar events at 14 other locations nationwide on March 17.
Alamanda Putrajaya is a shopping mall housing an assortment of retail outlets.
The tour visits Seri Perdana, the permanent official residence of the present and future Prime Ministers of Malaysia; Taman Botani, the largest botanical garden in the country and a national sanctuary for the Malaysian living collection of plant taxonomy; Seri Wawasan Bridge, a cable-stayed bridge and a landmark in Putrajaya; Seri Bakti Bridge, Putra Bridge and Taman Putra Perdana (the Putrajaya landmark), one of the highest points to enjoy a panoramic view of Putrajaya.
The FutureGov Award 2011, which recognised the eGA's National Authentication Framework (NAF) project, was received by eGA service delivery and channels enhancement director Feras Ahmed during a ceremony at the Putrajaya Conference Centre.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao concludes his two-day visit to this Southeast Asian country by witnessing, together with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, the signing of eight agreements after holding bilateral talks in Putrajaya, the federal administrative capital.
This came as both leaders held summit talks in Putrajaya, near Kuala Lumpur.