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Khalid's visit fuels talk

PETALING JAYA: Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim’s visit to the home of PAS spiritual adviser Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat has fuelled talk that he is seeking the leader’s blessings for his political future and strengthening his hand in his fight to thwart a plan to replace him.

'World's richest man' offers refunds to MLM investors

Internal matter: Lai (seated, left) and the company's charity wing chairman Datuk John Lee Kim Tian (seated, right) having a discussion with workers prior to the press conference at their office in Kuala Lumpur.

KUALA LUMPUR: Members of a controversial multi-level marketing business started by self-proclaimed Chinese millionaire Zhang Jian are entitled to a refund if they quit the scheme, said senior distributor Jessy Lai.

Snail's pace: Crowds queuing at the Jalan Duta immigration office during lunch hour to get their number.

Slow moving at government departments

KUALA LUMPUR: Many city folk made a beeline to various government departments to renew their documents, not realising that most of the counters are not open due to the Hari Raya break.

Serious damage: Muslim and his wife Rosni Noordin, 46, showing the collapsed section of the retaining wall of their house in Bukit Katil.

Family asked to move out after retaining wall collapses

MALACCA: A family here was shocked when their property’s retaining wall collapsed following a night of heavy rain.

Call for action: Thasleem (second from left) and Saravanan (third from left) calling for authorities to take action against Sahul Hamid during the peaceful protest at Dataran Brickfields.

PAS religious leader stirs curry powder controversy

KUALA LUMPUR: A controversy is brewing over a video clip of a PAS religious leader mocking Hindus over curry powder and about “sexy” Hindu idols.

Peace Corps withdraws from W. Africa over Ebola fears

The US Peace Corps announced Wednesday it was pulling hundreds of volunteers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone due to growing concerns over the spread of the deadly Ebola epidemic raging in West Africa.

Norges allots RM800mil for small, mid-cap stocks

PETALING JAYA: Norwegian fund Norges has allotted RM800mil more to invest in small to mid-cap stocks in Malaysia.

Busy time for The Star radio traffic crew

PETALING JAYA: The Star radio traffic crew’s extended traffic coverage during the Hari Raya balik kampung exodus has been a hit with motorists.

Ho Chi Minh's wooden stilt house within the grounds of the Presidential Palace in Hanoi is a simple structure with only two rooms measuring less than 100 sq feet.

Vietnam rendezvous

My introduction to Vietnam came via Hanoi - the country’s capital and its second largest city.

ShuttleGo was one of the six ideas that received between RM20,000 and RM40,000 each as part of Entrepreneurs For Good event organised by the Arthur Guinness Projects in partnership with the British Council.

Hitting the brakes on congestion

With traffic jams becoming worse in the Klang Valley, more people are considering public transportation for getting to work.

The company today remains independent and competes against much larger brands owned by large multinational corporations.

Tea leads to philanthropy

SINCE it is relatively young compared to more famous tea brands that have been around for over a hundred years, not many are aware of how the tea company Dilmah changed the face of the tea industry worldwide.

Soaking in the attention: Kampung Parit Jerman residents (anti-clockwise) Ahmad Daud Mohd Saeng, Mohd Akhmal Hakim, Izzhaikal Kamarudin, Mohd Khair Thambi and Mohd Amir Ahmad cheering and giving the thumbs up in front of their village signboard along Jalan Teluk Kerang in Pontian.

'German village' basks in limelight

PONTIAN: Hundreds of people have been turning up to take photographs of the Kampung Parit Jerman signboard since Germany’s triumph at the World Cup 2014.

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