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Dasha: My dad, my idol

PETALING JAYA: Dasha Logan, daugh­­­ter of late Alleycats vocalist Loganathan Arumugam, has dedicated her recent success in the Bri­­tish charts to her idol.

Where gunmen are never sighted

On land at least, there is living proof that claims that Lahad Datu is not safe are vastly exaggerated.

Top 10 ways to recognise if your loved one is suffering from mental problems

Here are 10 tips on how to spot if a loved one is suffering from mental health problems and how to convince them to seek help.

Shamsul bares all on oil

PETROLIAM Nasional Bhd’s (Petronas) announcement of its third-quarter results comes at a delicate time, considering that it is being watched by all and sundry.

Reaching out to youths: Shahrul (right) distributing Asean souvenirs to visitors at the Asean exhibition booth at PWTC as his deputy Jojie Samuel (left) looks on. — Bernama

Asean lane to be set up at KLIA next year

KUALA LUMPUR: An Asean lane will be set up at the KL International Airport (KLIA) starting Jan 1 next year when Malaysia officially takes the chairmanship of the regional body.

Fertile minds: Judges with SMK Cheras Jaya students at the vegetable garden in the school.

Green thumbs up for ‘Angels’

KUALA LUMPUR: A team of 20 students from SMK Cheras Jaya proved how idle land can be used by cultivating a patch with organic vegetables.

Remarkable ruins: The Library of Celsus and the adjacent ruins in Ephesus, Turkey. - PATSY KAM/The Star

Beyond Turkish delights

There’s much more than sweet treats waiting to be discovered in this scenic, mesmerising, enchanting country.

Malaysian AIDS Foundation works with companies to spark new HIV awareness campaign

On World AIDS Day, Dec 1, the Malaysian AIDS Foundation together with The Body Shop and ESP Condoms will launch a social media-driven campaign that seeks to raise awareness of and evoke social change in response to the alarming rise in sexually transmitted HIV infections in this country.

Subsidies have been slowly curbed and come Dec 1, the Government is scrapping the RON95 fuel subsidy, allowing prices to be based on a managed float system and better reflecting market rates.

The true cost of living

IT’S hard for the average Malaysian wage earner to understand why the cost of living has risen when the rest of the world is seeing lower inflation given that global oil prices are trading below US$80 a barrel.

Bamboo-based bottomline

These days, supermarkets are charging 20sen for every plastic bag needed to pack your groceries on Saturdays.

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A protester marches though Macy's store in support of the late Michael Brown in New York November 28, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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