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Hadi: I won’t drag party to hell

Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang concluded PAS’ 60th general assembly by pouring scorn on ‘brokers and pimps’ responsible for the betrayal of two of the party’s assemblymen in Selangor. The uncompromising PAS president says he was forced to intervene in the Selangor mentri besar crisis to prevent the party from being ‘dragged into hell’.

There’s no stopping Dr M

The Umno rank and file is unsure whether Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s continuing criticism of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will help the government or bring it down.

Sharifah Amani, Sharifah Aleysha, Fatimah Abu Bakar, Sharifah Aryana and Sharifah Aleya (left to right) at the family home in Petaling Jaya.

Reel women, real Malaysians

Award-winning actress Sharifah Amani and her family of Malay-Chinese-Bengali descent speak to Sunday Star about being Malaysian, making movies that transcend race, gender and religion, and carrying on the late Yasmin Ahmad’s legacy.

Sex after a heart attack

The near-death experience of a heart attack can affect one's sex life.

An arrogant stand

There are Malaysians, unfortunately, who cannot draw the difference between loyalty to the country and loyalty to the government.

Gauging our progress

The Asian Games is the best indicator of how competitive our athletes are on the international stage.

Cheau Xuen delivers first Asian Games gold for Malaysia (updated)

INCHEON: Tai Cheau Xuen claimed a surprise gold and the first medal for Malaysia at the Incheon Asian Games. And it is thanks to China's Lin Fan.

Anifah slams Huffington Post report

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman has slammed a Huffington Post UK article; claiming MH370 pilot Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah caused the disappearance of the flight when he committed suicide.

White House evacuated over security threat

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - White House staff and reporters returned to the building after being briefly evacuated on Friday night because of an intruder on the grounds, a Reuters witness said.

Spin on peace: Lisa (centre) with students from ELC International School holding up the pinwheels with their messages during the celebration yesterday.

Spreading the message of peace on pinwheels

KUALA LUMPUR: Hundreds of pinwheels with messages of peace written on them were placed around the Crystal Fountain in front of the Pavilion shopping mall.

The last leg to the ‘Lost World’

Villagers in Kampung Dowokon decided to take the initiative to connect to the nearest town, but there’s more to be done.

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Kakiseni International Arts Festival launch. 16 Sept 2014 CHAN TAK KONG/The Star

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LOCAL arts platform Kakiseni’s five-day International Arts Festival concluded with a bang, marking both Malaysia Day and the end of the festival with a street parade around Jalan Bukit Bintang and other performances in and out of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

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