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Winds blow child and cradle away

Bleak Raya for 20 families

Burning desire pays off

A thorn to other durians’ pride


Saifuddin: We need to review bureau’s curriculum and implementation

KUALA LUMPUR: The existence of the National Civics Bureau (BTN), which has come under fire for allegedly carrying out racist programmes, should be reviewed, says Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.

They didn’t gamble on the police coming

Surprise raid: Officers from D7 questioning the gamblers at the illegal betting house.

KLANG: The gamblers were so engrossed in their dice game that the arrival of policemen went unnoticed.


Why do we keep giving terrorists what they want?

Senseless killing: Tunisians and tourists paying their respects to the victims of the terror attack at a hotel in Port el Kantaoui near the capital Tunis. — AFP

FIRST question: what do terrorists want? Answer: they want massive publicity for their every outrage, followed by politicians and others generating hysteria, fear and repression.

S’pore DPM: Non-Chinese PM inevitable

epa04736437 Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Finance of Singapore, speaks during the first day of the St. Gallen Symposium, a platform for dialogue on key issues in management, the entrepreneurial environment and the interfaces between business, politics and civil society, at the university of St. Gallen, Switzerland, 07 May 2015. EPA/GIAN EHRENZELLER

Singapore: Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugarat­nam has said it is a matter of time before Singapore gets a non-Chinese prime minister.


France's Fabius it's time for Iran to make commitments

VIENNA (Reuters) - France's foreign minister said on Sunday the time was now up to Iran to decide whether it would make commitments on unresolved issues in nuclear talks with major powers.

Deutsche Bank says it is monitoring situation in Greece

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank said it was monitoring the new situation in Greece, where opinion polls released after a referendum on bailout terms showed the 'No' vote ahead.



Safety, a priority for all

Proper infrastructure and a knowledge of safety issues will help children to avoid potentially dangerous practices when getting picked up and dropped off at school.

Heavy traffic, selfish driving and irresponsible parking habits are perennial problems facing most schools. All stakeholders need to get involved to solve these problems as learning to use the road is an important life lesson. StarEducate visited two schools in Petaling Jaya to see how this long-standing issue is being tackled.


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