IN THE days when Muslims are busy preparing for the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri, the homeless and the urban poor are not totally forgotten.
JOHOR BARU: Hotels in Johor would be offering a wide range of promotions including complimentary buffet during the holy month of Ramadan.
SIK: A total of 61 Bangladeshi boat people were excited despite facing deportation.
PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak spent some time at the Putrajaya Ramadan bazaar where, besides good food, there is a wide variety to choose from.
GUA MUSANG: Forty-five flood victim families have to welcome Ramadan in tents as their permanent homes are still being built.
JOHOR BARU: Traditional costumes featuring Malaysia’s favourite twins Upin & Ipin are a craze at the start of Ramadan.
THE fasting month begins today for Muslims, and Penangites of all races can look forward to mouth-watering buka puasa delicacies.
KUANTAN: With the Ramadan month fast approaching, a number of hotels and resorts here are offering various choices of local delights for diners to break fast.
RECENT convert Grace Aisyah Humairah is fasting for the first time this Ramadan and finds she is able to do so with ease.
PUTRAJAYA: Muslim eateries are not allowed to sell food to Muslims before 3pm during the fasting month.
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