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Coming soon: (From left) PICC CEO Badlishah Hj Ahmad, Perbadanan Putrajaya vice-president Datuk Mahiran Mohd Isa, Dr Abdullah and Perbadanan Putrajaya vice-president (town planning) Datuk Omairi Hashim launching the fair’s logo in Putrajaya.
Mangled bike: The scene of the accident on top of the flyover of Jalan Alor Mengkudu near Simpang Kuala in Alor Setar, Kedah.
Caught on camera: Wildlife poachers with firearms being monitored by surveillance cameras in a forest reserve last November.

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Bestinet modules put on hold

Mountain biker dies after being flung from flyover

WWF wants cops to clamp down on illegal firearms


Gallows for five drug dealers

Guilty as charged: The five men being led out of the court after being sentenced to death for drug trafficking.

MALACCA: Five men including two Chinese nationals were handed the death sentence by the High Court here after being found guilty on two counts of drug trafficking five years ago.

Six special cases where online renewals won’t work

Back in operation: The foreign workers application counter is now open to the public at the Immigration Department in Putrajaya.

PETALING JAYA: The Immigration Department has listed six special cases in which employers of foreign workers may renew work permits over the counter instead of online.


Deadly clash in Philippines a setback to peace with Muslim rebels

Children cry in front of the casket for their father, one of the slain members of the Special Action Force who were killed in a clash with Muslim rebels, during a service inside a police headquarters in Taguig city, south of Manila January 30, 2015. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - A deadly clash between Philippines police and Muslim rebels in the south of the country has dealt a temporary setback to peace talks, Manila's chief peace negotiator said on Saturday, appealing for renewed efforts to keep the process on track.

Japan says hostage negotiations ‘deadlocked’

TOKYO: Japan’s deputy foreign minister has said negotiations with the Islamic State group threatening to execute a Jordanian pilot and a Japanese journalist have become “deadlocked,” local media reported Saturday.



Star Education Fair: A runaway success

The 65,000 visitors to last weekend’s Star Education Fair were overwhelmed by the choices available to them in the form of tertiary courses, scholarships and career talks.


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