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Guessing game over new MB

PETALING JAYA: The next mentri besar of Selangor will receive the surat watikah or letter of appointment today but the guessing game over whose name is on it is still going on.

Talent born out of adversity

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: PETALING JAYA: The siege on Gaza has given birth to a new generation of young writers, whose works provide the most stark depiction yet of the struggle faced by Palestinians on a daily basis.

A crucial crossroad

Harmony and unity must come naturally, not through criminal sanctions.

Monthly pr ogr amme: A group o f riders from various states c ycling near the S ultan Abdul Samad building dur ing a KL Car Free Morning ear ly this year . — Filepic

Life’s a breeze on two wheels

WORLD Car Free Day is a little known event which takes place today.

Deep in discuss ion: Liow (centre) talking to his deputy Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong (right) and Sabah MCA chief Wilfred Yong during the Sabah MCA convention in Kota Kinabalu.

Liow: KKIA expansion back on track

KOTA KINABALU: The expansion work on the KK International Airport (KKIA) will finally be completed next January after a delay of more than two years.

Properties of vast potential in the Klang Valley

PETALING JAYA: Selangor is the richest state in Malaysia in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and of the many urban centres in the state, Petaling Jaya (PJ) is the most active in terms of property development. The areas that are hot on buyers’ radar is the stretch from PJ/Subang Jaya to Shah Alam, and goes west to Port Klang. This stretch is also referred to as the western corridor.

Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain leads the pack of drivers at the start of the Singapore F1 Grand Prix at the Marina Bay street circuit in Singapore September 21, 2014. . REUTERS/Pablo Sanchez

Hamilton storms to victory in Singapore

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton stormed to victory at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday to take the Formula One championship lead from Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg after the German retired with steering wheel problems.

All about durian: Gasik (seated, middle) and Culclasure posing with local Ibans near Lanjak in Sarawak. They are holding red durians known there as 'gerinang'.

Sweet scent of durian draws American couple

KUALA BERANG: An American couple are tra­velling the world for a cause – spreading good news about Malaysia’s King of Fruits.

Singapore luxury condos under pressure

THE observation that a higher percentage of luxury condos in the Singapore resale market is selling at a loss, points to the ancient truth that what goes up must come down.

Representing Malaysia: Chua holding the Ruan. - Picture courtesy of Neil Chua

The Ruan and only Malaysian

PETALING JAYA: When local musician Neil Chua Wey Chong is chosen to take part in the OneBeat programme organised by the US State Department, he will be representing more than just Malaysia.

Lots to see: Visitors thronging booths (right) and watching a wayang kulit show at the Esplanade at KLCC Park during the Petrosains Science Festival 2014 presented by Pestrosains and its partners.

Science fest ends on a high note

KUALA LUMPUR: The Petrosains Science Festival 2014 ended on a climactic note, driving home its “Music, Arts and Science” theme with a show-stopping performance by Malaysian hip-hop artiste Joe Flizzow at the festival’s Esplanade area at KLCC Park.

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About 2,500 people took part in the KL Car Free Morning programme as they cycled 7km around various streets in the city. IZZRAFIQ ALIAS / The Star. February 2, 2014.

Bumpy ride to the office

BE PREPARED. That was my credo for the 43km round trip journey from my house in Subang Jaya to Menara Star in Section 16, Petaling Jaya.

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INCHEON: Malaysia’s Fatehah Binti Mustapa fought hard but it was not enough to prevent Hong Kong's Olympic medal-winning track cyclist Sarah Lee Wai-sze from winning the women’s keirin gold at the Incheon International Velodrome.

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