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KL police chief sings P. Ramlee classic in viral video

PETALING JAYA: For one boy in blue, a stern demeanour comes hand-in-hand with the dulcet tones of a ballad-worthy voice.

Enough is enough, Johor Crown Prince tells FAM following 10-0 defeat

PETALING JAYA: In the aftermath of a 10-0 trashing to the United Arab Emirates, the Johor Football Association has pledged to contribute towards hiring a qualified foreign coach for the national team, adding that trainer Dollah Salleh should be sacked immediately.

Unique snapshots: Photos shared by Malaysians of them showing off their AnakAnakMalaysia wristbands in a collage on the campaign website.

Anak-anak Malaysia in colourful show of unity

PETALING JAYA: The #AnakAnakMalaysia campaign in celebration of National Day 2015 is fast gaining momentum.

Malaysia let in 10 against UAE for all-time record worst defeat

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia hit a new all-time low in their football history.

Four Thai men jailed for life over 2014 grenade attack

BANGKOK: A Thai court on Friday sentenced four men to life imprisonment over the death of three people, including two children, in a grenade attack in Bangkok last year during anti-government protests.

No more excuses for MAB not to deliver

IT was a massive cut that not many had expected, as eventually, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) would have laid off more than half of its workforce despite it having been done in stages.

Property investment – landed or high rise?

The first thing that should be kept in mind is the location. The second thing is the convenience for your tenants. However, if all of the above are more or less the same for both landed and high rise property, which one will you choose?

That looks good: Loga Bala (centre) looking at the proposed upgrading works for Little India in Brickfields during a dialogue session. Looking on are Tan (left) and Fong (right).

Brickfields’ Torana Gate ‘up by November’

WORK on the Torana Gate project in Little India, Brickfields, that was announced over five years ago has finally started.

1 What used to be a house is now a shop run by foreign workers living in nearby hostels.

Foreign workers to be rehomed

WHILE most of those living beside foreign worker hostels may feel unsafe or are plagued by various issues, residents in SS9A Sungai Way are actually sad at the prospect of the workers moving out of the area.

R.AGE Food Fight: The search for Malaysia’s next food celebrity

If you’ve got what it takes, you could win RM10,000, your own food column in The Star and a video series on R.AGE.

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