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SEA Games inspire doc to pursue sports medicine

KUALA LUMPUR: Dr Dhaarmin Kumar Savandarajan (pic) loves sports so much that not only did he jump at the chance to serve at the KL SEA Games and the Asean Para Games, he hopes to specialise in sport medicine some day.

Cagers shooting for gold

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian wheelchair basketball team will stay focused on winning gold in the five-on-five event and not be hampered by its loss to Thailand in the three-on-three.

Moral support: Najib congratulating the players after their match against Thaland while Khairy looks on.

MACC nabs three aides to Opposition MP

KUALA LUMPUR: Three aides to an Opposition MP have been picked up over suspected corruption involving a sum of RM20,000.

‘Death penalty not an option’

PETALING JAYA: The seven youths held over the tahfiz fire last Thursday cannot face the death penalty as they are underage, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said.

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Liow: Ocean Alliance relocating to S’pore will not affect efficiency

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysian ports efficiency will not be affected by Ocean Alliance’s move to relocate operations to the Port of Singapore, says Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

JPAM on full alert for floods in the north

GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Civil Defence Force (JPAM) is on full alert to face another wave of floods as the warning level for the northern peninsula has been raised from yellow to orange with possible storm over the next two days.

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Govt to heed Johor Ruler’s views on RTS

JOHOR BARU: The views of Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar on the proposed Rapid Transit System (RTS) rail track will be taken into account by the Government.

Protect and defend rights of all, urges CCM

KUALA LUMPUR: The Council of Churches of Malaysia has joined the growing chorus of voices around the world expressing concern over the worsening situation of the Rohingya in Myanmar.

DPM: Asean leaders support Malaysia’s stand

MANILA: Malaysia has strongly questioned the manner in which Myanmar is addressing the Rohingya issue, saying that the country had denied permission for the international community to provide humanitarian aid to the ethnic group and, more disappointingly, killed Rohingya women and children as well.

Warm ties: Dr Ahmad Zahid sharing a light moment with Sieng Lapresse, a Cambodian senior official, as they walk to the main stage to have pictures taken, at the AMMTC meeting in Manila. — Bernama

IGP: Militants and other parties plotting to sabotage fest

KUALA LUMPUR: The Better Beer Festival 2017 cannot be allowed to go on due to fears of a possible attack by militant groups, the Inspector-General of Police said.

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