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Tuesday July 7, 2015 MYT 7:17:43 AM
Learning is worship, reading the Quran and pondering upon it is worship, and travelling to seek knowledge is worship.
WAN SAIFUL WAN JAN
Tuesday July 7, 2015 MYT 7:14:33 AM
There is a flaw in our system, inherited since before Independence, that may prevent the public from giving their complete trust.
Dr George Lee
About one in every 20 men is affected by decreased fertility.
If Malaysia wants to have a good future in sports, there has to be more emphasis on athletics. There are no two ways about it.
Tan Yi Liang
A doctor who engages positively with his patients gets better results than the one who marches in with an expert-knows-best approach.
When judicial scrutiny is ousted and discretion is limited, the ability of the courts to uphold the constitution and to provide redress for those aggrieved by the State is severely curtailed.
Tuesday July 7, 2015
From EE PIN CHOW, PROF DR MOHAMED AZMI HASSALI, DR FAHAD SALEEM, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Universiti Sains Malaysia
From TAN SRI MOHD SHERIFF MOHD KASSIM of Kuala Lumpur
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UNESCO has named the Alamo and the four Spanish colonial Catholic missions in San Antonio, USA, as a World Heritage Site, the first sites designated as such in Texas.
Police have nabbed five Nigerian men and two local women to facilitate the probe of a case of an ice cube supplier who lost RM1.46mil, when he made transactions to several bank accounts belonging to syndicate members.
The world's first ever hair styling cream vending machine by Gonzo is a big hit among hair styling enthusiasts in the country.
Britain's Princess Charlotte, the baby daughter of Prince William and his wife, Kate, was christened on Sunday in the family's first public outing together since her birth in May.
Cockle farmers in Kuala Sepetang Perak are hanging up their towels due to the dwindling supplies of the shellfish.High level of ammonia is cited for the decline.
Thirty Kg Bagan Dalam squatters face bleak Hari Raya as they face eviction to make way for upcoming development.
The High Court has granted an interim injunction preventing Datuk Seri G. Palanivel from carrying out his duties as MIC president.
PKR vice president Rafizi Ramli claims he has obtained new names of parties involved in the controversial Mara purchase of properties in Melbourne, Australia.
Eleven people have been attacked by sharks along the North and South Carolina coastline this year since mid-May, almost doubling the average number of attacks in previous years.
StarLIVE session with SpeecHelp Therapy & Resources speech therapist Aina Elias who shared on speech language pathology in children and the development of speech and language in tandem with their growth.
Paddy farmer Mazzaki Mansor,31, collecting his parts of his roof at the back of his house in Kampung Tok Sibil, Tajar, Kedah yesterday. It was blown away by strong winds which occurred at about 1pm during a heavy downpour.G.C.TAN/The Star
The road signs of 'Eat Rite: Ritual foods' directions to the 7th anniversary George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site Celebration at Penang Street, George Town.
ZHAFARAN NASIB / The Star.
A silhouette haze of KL Tower shows obvious the cause of recent hot weather. FAIHAN GHANI/The Star
Durian farmers cleaning up their harvest at the Stone House Plantation in Balik Pulau before sending the collected durians for sale.ZAINUDIN AHAD / The Star
Teochew Puppet and Opera House director Goh Hui Ling (middle, in red costume), who plays the character of Haiyun Hua in “Tale of the Dragon Princess", posing for the cameras with the other cast members of the Teochew opera show at the Penang Teochew Association. WAN MOHIZAN WAN HUSSEIN / THE STAR
Traffic police officers pushing a car that had rammed into a divider near the junction of Jalan Ampang and Jalan Tun Razak in Kuala Lumpur.LOW BOON TAT/The Star
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency's (MMEA) five-man Special Task and Rescue (STAR) team in action after fast-roping on to the deck MT Orkim Harmony from a helicopter during a staged demonstration. ONG HAN SEAN/the Star
Fire and Rescue Department officers and workers trying to remove debris in their bid to save several workers trapped under a collapsed part of a shopping complex still being constructed in Alor Gajah,Melacca.Three people were killed while six others were seriously hurt in the incident. A.MALEX YAHAYA/The Star
A furniture warehouse was destroyed in a fire at Kg Kayu Ara , Damansara, Petaling Jaya last night. NICHOLAS CHENG/The Star
Lim Kai Wen, 17, inspecting the damage to the ceiling in her home as a result of the strong wind in Penang. LIM BENG TATT / The Star
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