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PAS members want out of PR

PETALING JAYA: The tense relationship between PAS and PKR turns worse with several PAS central committee members urging the party leadership to discuss the possibility of pulling out from Pakatan Rakyat at its Aug 10 meeting.

Hazy Raya with big rise in hotspots

Grey shroud: The hazy skyline in Port Klang at 4.15pm yesterday.

PETALING JAYA: Hari Raya turned out to be a hazy one nationwide with many areas recording unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings.

Victim identification a difficult task

UTRECHT: The disaster victim identification (DVI) process was always going to be a complex one. It has become even more challenging because many of the MH17 victims’ remains were not intact, said Malaysian team leader Dr Mohd Shah Mahmood.

Victim's son grows up overnight

KUALA LUMPUR: Twelve days ago, Amarpal Singh was just another undergraduate, pursuing his medical studies.

For those with no tombstones

Condolence walls in shopping malls and Facebook shrines are well and good, but what about a permanent memorial to the victims of MH370 and MH17?

Mass murder of innocents

No matter how long it takes or how difficult the process turns out to be, those responsible for the deaths of 298 people on board MH17 must be identified and brought to justice.

SP Setia plans more projects in Penang

GEORGE TOWN: SP Setia Bhd plans to build more varieties of affordable houses over the next five years on Penang island that are within the income levels of Penangites. Its general manager Khoo Teck Chong told StarBiz that over the last couple of years, the pricing of properties in Penang, on the island in particular, had grown out of proportion with the income levels of the population.

Robbers blast cashless ATM machine

HULU SELANGOR: Robbers attempting to blast open an ATM at a bank in the quiet town of Bukit Beruntung brought down the ceiling at its service area and damaged several other machines. And, they got nothing.

Malaysia tries to parlay appeal to Muslim visitors into medical tourism push

KUALA LUMPUR: Muslim tourists have long chosen Malaysia, its beaches and its malls as a holiday destination thanks to cultural affinity.

Geared to win: P.H. Tan and his son Kenny preparing their entries for The Star's Win with Words contest at the family's electrical and home appliances store in Klang.

Contestant is driven by the will to win

KLANG: Almost every day since The Star’s Win with Words started on June 23, Kenny Tan has been depositing a minimum of RM1,000 into his Hong Leong Bank accounts to collect points for the contest.

Standing strong: A banana tree is spared from the forest fire at the Bukit Lima Forest Park in Sibu.

Residents' close call with forest fire

SIBU: People staying near the Bukit Lima Forest Park here are unlikely to forget July 26 in a hurry when a forest fire came close to their homes.

National shuttlers celebrate after clinching the gold medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games on Monday. - GLENN GUAN / The Star

Malaysia win third Games gold in badminton

GLASGOW: Malaysia secured a third successive Commonwealth Games gold medal in the mixed teams badminton with a 3-1 win over England in Glasgow.

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