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MERS virus: No new case detected, says Johor health department

19 April 2014

JOHOR BARU: The state health department have not detected any new cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-coronavirus (MERS-CoV) here.

NZ biographer recounts Tiger's life and times

19 April 2014

PETALING JAYA: It was in 1948 when Karpal Singh began school at St Xavier’s Institution.

Ramasamy: We had differences but our relationship was cordial

19 April 2014

PETALING JAYA: Their feud was bitter and well-publicised, threatening to get out of hand in Penang at one stage.

Former police chief recalls fond memories

19 April 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: One of the country’s former top cops was asked to kick the late Karpal Singh out of the Penang State Assembly after he was suspended in 1981. He ended up walking arm-in-arm with Karpal out of the building past a large number of policemen in riot gear. The policemen saluted the lawyer.

Jelutong residents grieving over loss of their famous son

19 April 2014

The untimely death of lawyer-politician Karpal Singh has come as a shock to the nation – but it is especially painful for the people in the working class neighbourhood of Jelutong. Their roaring Tiger has fallen silent. For many there, it’s heartbreaking.

Funeral procession to make four significant stops

19 April 2014

GEORGE TOWN: The funeral procession tomorrow will make stops at four places significant to Karpal Singh – the Penang High Court, his office in Green Hall, the Penang State Assembly building and his alma mater St Xavier’s Institution (SXI).

Divorcee lives in fear of Ah Long over ex-hubby's RM25,000 debt

19 April 2014

JOHOR BARU: A divorcee is living in fear following multiple Ah Long attacks on her home due to her ex-husband’s debts, which have ballooned to RM25,000.

RM23.1mil New Deal incentives for 566 schools

19 April 2014

SHAH ALAM: The Government has awarded RM23.1mil of New Deal incentives to school heads and teachers in 566 primary schools which exceeded their performance targets.

Excavator operator buried alive in quarry landslide

19 April 2014

KEMAMAN: An excavator operator was buried alive while working at a quarry in Telok Kalong here.

KLIA2 now certified fit for use

19 April 2014

PETALING JAYA: KLIA2 is now certified fit for use, just two weeks before it opens its doors on May 2.

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Youngster vomits and faints after being assaulted at school

19 April 2014

A YEAR Five pupil in Chendering, Kuala Terengganu, vomitted and fainted after being kicked and having his head stepped on by a teacher who was suspected to be mentally unstable, reported Utusan Malaysia.

Peeved man dumps 1,130 ducklings at his superior's house

19 April 2014

A MAN dumped 1,130 ducklings in front of a house belonging to his superior in Jinjiang, China, for not being paid his wages, reported Nanyang Siang Pau.

Indian contractors seek 10% quota of govt contracts

19 April 2014

INDIAN contractors in Malaysia want a 10% quota of contracts awarded by the Government, Tamil Nesan reported.

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  2. Karpal Singh, my loving husband
  3. MERS virus: 64 villagers from Kampung Bintang quarantined for a week
  4. A fighter and a gentleman
  5. ‘Don’t play the fool’ and other quotes by Karpal Singh
  6. Funeral with state honours for Karpal
  7. I had no idea it was Karpal, says lorry driver
  8. Penang to give Karpal funeral with state honours
  9. Karpal Singh: Khairy tells Perkasa’s Zulkifli to ‘shut up’ over insensitive tweets
  10. Karpal Singh: Lorry driver in crash tested positive for ganja

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