Tunku Ismail Idris
Indian crown prince
Tunku Ismail Idris
Tunku Ismail Idris ibni Sultan Ibrahim Ismail is the Tunku Mahkota of Johor (Crown Prince). Tunku Ismail is currently serving as an officer of the Indian Army. Tunku Ismail is the eldest son of the current Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ismail and his consort Sultanah Zarith Sofiah Sultan Idris Shah. He is the grandson of the previous Sultan of Johor, Sultan Iskandar.
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Road Closure To Make Way For Independence Day Parade - Bernama
Google News - over 5 years
Alor Setar mayor Datuk Mat Noh Ahmad said the roads affected were Jalan Sultan Badlishah, Jalan Kolam Air, Jalan Tunku Ibrahim and Jalan Langgar. Motorists and motorcyclists are advised to observe police instructions and refrain from leaving their
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Vandals deface Umno logo - Sin Chew Jit Poh
Google News - over 5 years
ALOR SETAR, July 4 (Bernama) -- Kedah Umno has lodged a police report over an incident involving vandals who defaced the party's logo at Bangunan Tunku in Jalan Tunku Ibrahim here. The logo was found sprayed with yellow paint. State Umno asset manager
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Regulating traditional medicine - Malaysia Star
Google News - over 5 years
Federation of Complementary & Natural Medical Associations honorary secretary Tunku Badli Tunku Ibrahim says they usually ask the patient if he or she has seen the doctor and what the doctor's advice is. “We take the case history and give our views,
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Tunku Abdul Rahman, 87, Dead; First Prime Minister of Malaysia
NYTimes - about 26 years
Tunku Abdul Rahman, the gregarious noble who led in the founding of Malaysia and who was for 13 years its first Prime Minister after it became independent from Britain in 1957, died yesterday in General Hospital in Kuala Lumpur. He was 87 years old. The Tunku, or prince in Malay, as he was called, had heart and kidney problems, the Government said.
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    TWENTIES
  • 2010
    Age 25
    Tunku Ismail was appointed as the Tunku Mahkota of Johor on 26 January 2010.
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  • 2008
    Age 23
    On 24 October 2008, reports surfaced about a confrontation and a royal scuffle which allegedly occurred in a nightclub at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Kuala Lumpur between two princes.
    More Details Hide Details Tunku Nadzimuddin, a member of the Negeri Sembilan household, filed a police report accusing of a Johor royal whom he identified the culprit to be Tunku Ismail; for initiating the confrontation and assaulting him in the face and head. A friend of Tunku Nadzimuddin, Shamshudhuha Ishak, a lawyer, filed another police report accusing of Tunku Ismail's bodyguards of assaulting him and losing two teeth in the process. The following September, Tunku Nadzimuddin lodged a complaint against the police and the Attorney-General chambers for not responding to the police report that he had made earlier for a RM50 million monetary settlement over the alleged episode. In a press interview, Tunku Nadzimuddin claimed that he was roughed up by Tunku Ismail and his bodyguards after the a friend of Tunku Ismail called Tunku Nadzimuddin that he had wanted to apologise over a bottle-throwing incident, while Tunku Nadzimuddin was partying. Tunku Nadzimuddin looked for Tunku Ismail with Shamshudhuha, but they quickly assaulted by Tunku Ismail's bodyguards. Shamshudhuha was beaten unconscious, while Tunku Nadzimuddin was threatened by Tunku Ismail with a pistol pointing to his head, and led to a hotel room where they were confined. The police later arrived after Tunku Nadzimuddin called for his mother. The Johor royalty denied Tunku Nadzimuddin's claims, and stated that Tunku Ismail was barred from meeting Tunku Nadzimuddin that night for security reasons.
  • 2007
    Age 22
    He was promoted to the rank of captain in December 2007.
    More Details Hide Details He is the first ever Malaysian royal to join the Indian armed forces.
    Tunku Ismail's father Tunku Ibrahim Ismail flew in from Johor Bahru on 23 January 2007 to be present at the celebrations while his son added a chapter to the history of Indian Army.
    More Details Hide Details A polo enthusiast, Tunku Ismail is a skilful horse rider. He was bestowed the Best in Riding award among IMA cadets for year 2003-2004. He is also a polo player for his regiment and has won many trophies. The prince is also a sports car enthusiast. He currently drives a Mustang Shelby GT500, but also has a Cadillac CTS V, Chevrolet Corvette and Dodge Challenger R/T, all under the same license plate. Tunku Ismail was conferred with the following royal honors:
    The Malaysian prince is the first foreigner to lead a unit of Indian Army in the Indian Republic Day Parade. On 26 January 2007, with a rank of captain in Indian Army, he led a mounted column of Jaipur-based 61 Cavalry regiment to salute president of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam during the Republic Day celebrations.
    More Details Hide Details The president himself chose Tunku Ismail to lead the unit of around 400 men of the world's only non-ceremonial horse-mounted cavalry. The parade was witnessed by chief guest of the day president of Russia Vladimir Putin and his entourage, along with other dignitaries of Indian politics and military amidst tight security.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2004
    Age 19
    He was commissioned as a lieutenant in December 2004 and absorbed into the Indian army.
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  • 2003
    Age 18
    In July 2003, he enrolled as a cadet officer in the Indian Military Academy (IMA), India’s premier military training school located at Dehradun.
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  • 2002
    Age 17
    Tunku Ismail completed his early education at Sekolah Sri Utama and Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan St. Joseph in Johor Bahru. He subsequently received secondary education at the Australian International School in Singapore and pursued his higher studies at Hale School in Perth, Western Australia, until 2002.
    More Details Hide Details Following a family tradition of getting trained in armed forces, with his late grandfather in the Malaysian Army and father in the US Army, Tunku Ismail aspired for a career in the Indian armed forces.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1984
    Born
    Born on June 30, 1984.
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