Why are so many students from India studying in Malaysia?

With the global economy struggling, the country’s reputation for quality education has taken a hit.

In a move to lure students to the country, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced that all new students in Malaysia would be taught by local teachers.

This means that students from the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and other regions of the world would also have access to a quality education.

But in the past few months, some of these students have been turned away by Malaysian authorities, as they have no way of knowing if their language proficiency is recognised in the country.

The problem is so severe that even some of Malaysia’s top universities have had to apologise.

A new initiative aims to address the issue, offering students an extra degree to teach them Malaysian.

The initiative is called Kanna In Tamil, or KATT.

It is part of an initiative aimed at boosting Malaysia’s quality of education.

The initiative is backed by the Malaysian government and the Education Ministry.

The KATG (Korean Advanced Training) Program aims to train more than 600 teachers in Malaysian language.

The initiative aims at helping more than 400,000 students from across Malaysia.

The number of students who will be taught will be limited, however, so they are able to choose the language they want to study in.

In other words, students will be able to select which language they prefer, which will help them in their future career.

Students from the South East Asia region of the country would be able also to choose from the Malay language.

This is because the Malays, like their Indonesian neighbours, are often the victims of crime and crime networks.

This has made it difficult for Malaysians to get accreditation in the Malayan language.

KATGs will help by offering students a second language, and also teaching students to speak the Malagasy language.

This initiative comes in the wake of a controversial move by the government of Malaysia to ban all Malaysians from studying abroad.

It was announced in November, after the killing of a Malaysian politician, Abdullah Yusof.

It followed the killing by police of a local politician, Mohd Zulkifli, who was killed by police for his political views.

The government had to admit that the killing was racially motivated, and that it was racially based.

The Malaysian government has been criticised for the move, as it was done without the consent of any Malaysian community.

This has angered many Malaysians, who say that the move is discriminatory.

The move has been widely condemned as racist and a violation of human rights.

The Malaysian government is still investigating the killing, and has launched a criminal probe.

The Malaysia government has said that the Malaysian state will do everything to protect all its citizens.

But the move has also sparked anger in the South-East Asia region.

More to come.