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Correction

30 May 2015

The cover price of today's issue of The Star was inadvertently printed as RM 1.20 instead of RM 1.50. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Former chief justice believes police won't change in his lifetime

30 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A former Chief Justice believes he will not see any change for the better in the police in his lifetime.

Court: Cop in the wrong at roadblock shooting

30 May 2015

SHAH ALAM: A policeman was wrong to shoot a container equipment operator during a roadblock six years ago, the High Court ruled.

‘Unbearable trade ends now’

30 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Bear parts are no longer welcome in Malaysia’s traditional medicine shops.

Good sports: Khairy (left) receiving a gift from Pele and Oscar as F&N Beverages Marketing managing director Khalid Alvi (right) looks on in Kuala Lumpur.

M’sia scores with the legendary Pele

30 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: He was here just for two days but Pele’s short stay in Malaysia left enough impact on him that he wants to return.

Gov approves land for Chong Hwa sports complex, says Najib

30 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet has approved to provide a piece of land to build a sports complex for the Chong Hwa Independent High School, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Thailand denies army link

30 May 2015

BANGKOK: Thailand’s deputy prime minister Tanasak Patimapragorn has denied having found any links between the country’s army personnel and human trafficking.

Muslim restaurants unhappy over GST spotlight on them

30 May 2015

PETALING JAYA: Muslim restaurant owners are unhappy with the attention on them by enforcement authorities conducting checks on the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Team effort: Najib and Abdul Rahman Dahlan at the JPP launch in Putrajaya.

‘Work together to beat crime’

30 May 2015

PUTRAJAYA: Urban folk need to work together to tackle crime instead of leaving it solely to the police, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.

Cast adrift: Rohingya migrants (front from left) Muhammad Rubail, 14, Hasyik, 20, Najibul Hasan, 15, and Yusuf, 22, on a boat that drifted in Thai waters off the southern island of Koh Lipe in the Andaman sea. They were later rescued along with others by fishermen in Indonesian waters and are now at a confinement camp in Aceh. — AFP

Gaining from others’ pain

30 May 2015

EXCLUSIVE: KUALA LUMPUR: To society, he is seen as a philanthropist, often helping his less fortunate countrymen. But what is not known is that this former Myanmar refugee and his Malaysian business partner make millions from the misery of those they traffick.

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Jackie Chan’s daughter opens up about her famous father

30 May 2015

HONG KONG action star Datuk Jackie Chan “is just a stranger” in the eyes of Etta Ng, Sin Chew Daily reported.

Enforcers see through man’s barefaced lie

30 May 2015

A MAN claimed that he was at a traditional massage centre for treatment to relieve his aching hands.

College in India appoints transgender as principal

30 May 2015

A college in India has been praised for being the first institution to appoint a transgender woman as its principal, Malaysia Nanban reported.

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