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No politics in Perak Hindu religious affairs panel

24 May 2017

THE Perak Hindu religious affairs committee, which will be formed soon, will include members from both the ruling and opposition parties, reported Makkal Osai.

Mum falls for man matchmade to daughter

24 May 2017

A 49-YEAR-OLD single mother accompanied her daughter to meet the man who was to be her match but instead ended up falling in love with the prospective groom, Guang Ming Daily reported.

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Zahid hails Najib’s report card

24 May 2017

Petaling Jaya: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi congratulated his boss Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on his “extraordinary” achievements over the past year in the economic sector and beyond.

That’s sweet – there’ll be no hike in sugar price

24 May 2017

PUTRAJAYA: There will be no further hike in the price of sugar, assures Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin.

Indian national nabbed with drugs at KLIA

24 May 2017

SEPANG: An Indian national was arrested for trying to smuggle more than 8kg of ketamine worth about RM376,650 into the country.

Esscom: 88 illegals held, 145 homes destroyed

24 May 2017

KOTA KINABALU: Security forces arrested 88 illegal immigrants while 145 squatter homes were demolished during an integrated operation around Felda Sahabat, Lahad Datu.

New sites could prove dinosaurs roamed the region

24 May 2017

KOTA BARU: Local geologists have found new potential sites in Gua Musang that could help prove that dinosaurs roamed the region.

Green effort: City hall workers extracting trees along Jalan Lintas in Kota Kinabalu for transplantation elsewhere.

Plan taking root in Kota Kinabalu to save 600 trees

24 May 2017

KOTA KINABALU: City Hall is saving over 600 trees that have lined the streets along Lido-Lintas for the past decade to make way for the construction of flyovers.

Woman robbed on Uber ride

24 May 2017

SERDANG: A pregnant sales assistant who booked an Uber ride after work was robbed at knifepoint by the driver’s accomplice.

Business as usual: The exterior of the MBI-owned M Mall at Jalan Datuk Keramat. (Inset) MBI investors shopping at the mall.

MBI investors keep calm and shop despite red flag

24 May 2017

GEORGE TOWN: It was business as usual at the MBI-owned mall as “investors” remained calm and continued to spend their loyalty reward points.

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Group selling sex pills crippled

24 May 2017

THE Health Ministry has crippled a group selling illegal sex stimulants and red “miracle” pills in Jalan Raja Laut, reported Harian Metro.

Mum falls for man matchmade to daughter

24 May 2017

A 49-YEAR-OLD single mother accompanied her daughter to meet the man who was to be her match but instead ended up falling in love with the prospective groom, Guang Ming Daily reported.

No politics in Perak Hindu religious affairs panel

24 May 2017

THE Perak Hindu religious affairs committee, which will be formed soon, will include members from both the ruling and opposition parties, reported Makkal Osai.

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