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Nur Jazlan: Give Finance Ministry time to find Jho Low

28 July 2015

PETALING JAYA: The Finance Ministry should be given time to locate businessman Low Taek Jho or Jho Low as the Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) request to find him was only sent to the ministry last week.

MCA lauds edict on children

28 July 2015

PETALING JAYA: MCA has lauded the Perlis fatwa committee for issuing an edict concerning the welfare of a child, describing the move as an effort that can alleviate hardship, sufferings and trauma on a minor.

Don’t charge Sarawak rally organisers, Masing urges A-G

28 July 2015

KUCHING: A senior Sarawak minister is urging the Attorney-General not to press charges against the organisers of the Sarawak for Sarawakians (S4S) rally last Wednesday.

School lets duo sit for Tamil exam

28 July 2015

TWO of three Indian students who were prevented from registering for the STPM Tamil papers and subsequently forced to transfer out from their school in Klang have returned to their original school, Malaysia Nanban reported.

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Caring act to aid Chinese schools

28 July 2015

TWO elderly women in Port Dickson donated the proceeds from their sale of homemade blankets, baskets and vegetables they grew to Chinese independent schools, reported China Press.

51 days on, tremor rocks Sabah

28 July 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Fifty-one days after the June 5 Mount Kinabalu earthquake, aftershocks are still being felt.

Razed to the ground: Pupils and teachers looking at what remains of their kindergarten in Kg. Melayu Bumiputra Sim Sim in Sandakan. — Bernama

Pupils of fire-hit kindergarten move out

28 July 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Pupils affected by the fire in Kg. Melayu Bumiputra Sim Sim in Sandakan on Sunday will move to the nearby Tadika Sinar Harapan while waiting for a new kindergarten.

Johor hoping for a quick OK from S’pore

28 July 2015

JOHOR BARU: Johor hopes Singapore will give fast approval to its request to conduct cloud seeding over Sungai Lebam and Layang dams in view of the critical water levels at the two dams.

Malaysia upgraded in US trafficking report

28 July 2015

WASHINGTON: The United States upgraded Malaysia in an annual report on human trafficking despite calls by human rights groups and nearly 180 US lawmakers to keep the Southeast Asian country on a list of worst offenders in failing to suppress trafficking.

‘Along Lontong’ nabbed

28 July 2015

PETALING JAYA: It was the end of the road for one “Along Lontong” after he was arrested for allegedly committing a string of robberies around Ampang Jaya.

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Caring act to aid Chinese schools

28 July 2015

TWO elderly women in Port Dickson donated the proceeds from their sale of homemade blankets, baskets and vegetables they grew to Chinese independent schools, reported China Press.

School lets duo sit for Tamil exam

28 July 2015

TWO of three Indian students who were prevented from registering for the STPM Tamil papers and subsequently forced to transfer out from their school in Klang have returned to their original school, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Teen molested at bookstore

28 July 2015

A TEENAGE girl was molested by a stranger at a bookstore in Seremban, Harian Metro reported.

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