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Agilan: Don't make my loss a racial issue

11:36 AM PETALING JAYA: Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) exponent Agilan "Alligator" Thani has appealed to Malaysians not to turn his loss in the ONE welterweight world championships fight into a racial issue.

Puntung, the Sumatran rhino, is dying

KOTA KINABALU: All hope of saving Puntung – one of the remaining three Sumatran rhinos in Sabah – is gone after veterinarians confirmed that she is dying of squamous cell cancer.

Giant croc caught in Kapar dies

KLANG: A six-metre long crocodile which was caught in Kapar on Sunday has died.

Major shareholder: Proton is actually still Malaysian-owned at 50.1%.

When national pride is too costly ...

Malaysia is not losing anything with the sale of a 49.9% equity in Proton to a strategic partner

Dear Thelma: She thinks I cheat, we keep arguing and I’m thinking of divorce

My wife suspected that I was having an affair with my female staff, writes 'Hurt To The Core'.

Southern rock trailblazer Gregg Allman dead at 69

WASHINGTON: Gregg Allman, the powerfully bluesy and hard-jamming singer and songwriter who co-founded the Allman Brothers Band and emerged as a pioneer of Southern rock, has died at the age of 69.

The man who rebuilt this city

Almost 150 years ago, he was made the third Kapitan Cina of Kuala Lumpur and laid the foundation for its growth. Today, Sunday Star takes a look at the man that is Yap Ah Loy and his contributions to the capital of Malaysia.

Three in five migrant workers have worms…and many handle your food

While intestinal parasites like worms and protozoan species are still a problem among disadvantaged communities in Malaysia, migrant workers are also unknowingly bringing in these creatures within their bodies.

This nasty habit is killing Malaysian men

Some 43% of Malaysian adult men still smoke, according to the 2015 National Health and Morbidity Survey.

A Malay take on anti-Japanese resistance

As a run-up to our 60th Merdeka Day in August, this is the fourth of a fortnightly 10-part series of articles on Malaysian novels in English, Writing The Nation.

What does Kevin Kwan think about rich Malaysians?

They say that truth is stranger than fiction – well, that’s something Singaporean novelist Kevin Kwan would be happy to testify to.

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Architectural wonder: The Inverted Dome Pavilion at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia offers space for a variety of events such as art and photography exhibitions. — MUHAMAD SHAHRIL ROSLI/The Star
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