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Bukit Beruntung landslide site declared stable

HULU SELANGOR: The site of the landslide near the Teratai Apartment in Taman Bunga Raya, Bukit Beruntung has been declared stable and authorities have given the green light for residents to begin moving back into their homes from 3pm, Sunday.

Crucial time for Anwar

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is approaching another critical moment in his career as the apex court readies to hear his sodomy case appeal. But there is a different mood in his party this time around.

Silly antics, serious backlash

Many businesses are suffering even as the ordinary people grapple with daily bread-and-butter issues in a weak market. But incredibly, all these concerns do not seem to bother the hate mongers who are hell-bent on sowing disunity.

Going the extra mile: A taxi driver using the MyTeksi mobile app. MyTeksi is one of the earliest taxi mobile apps in the country.

Zooming past the Uber challenge

Uber has created quite a buzz in the taxi industry in Malaysia. What are the other taxi mobile apps like MyTeksi and Easy Taxi doing to stay ahead in the game?

Keeping fraudsters at bay

In the fight against fraudulent online transactions and malware attacks, the country’s financial institutions led by Bank Negara are beefing up security measures but consumers too must be more alert and proactive.

MB on a mission

The new Selangor Mentri Besar wants to work hard and run an administration that is both people-oriented and business-friendly.

Uncertain future for Pakatan

THE Pakatan Rakyat coalition that confidently appeared on the Malaysian political landscape with a big win in the 2008 general election faces an uncertain future with its leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim facing his final sodomy appeal in the Federal Court on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Holding court: Chinese President Xi Jinping's (centre, right) meeting with members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. Some have argued that anxieties about China's dominance of the new bank would be dispelled with more founding members. - EPA

Sound policies require maturity

When major international policies are based on short-sighted self-interests and emotive impulses, problems are never far away.

Lamb Shank and Apricot Curry

Apricot and lamb are just one of those food combos that just go so well together. The apricot brings some sweetness to the curry and enhances the flavours of the lamb.

Poverty pushes underage kids to drive public buses

Sixteen-year-old Randa relaxed in the driver’s seat of a Metro Mini bus on route S62, tra­velling from Manggarai Bus Station to Pasar Minggu Bus Terminal in south Jakarta, while waiting for passengers in Manggarai.

The butterfly effect

They are beautiful and familiar, but their diversity and abundance are also indicators of environmental health. These factors make butterflies ideal ‘ambassadors’ in efforts to educate the public about the importance of biodiversity to the survival of the planet.

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