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Three schools in Perlis and Kedah to close on Monday

KANGAR: Following the floods that have been affecting Perlis since Thursday, a school here will be closed on Monday.

Sabah teacher wins international award again

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s award-winning teacher has done the country proud again.

Certified winner: Mohd Sirhajwan holding up his award in Paris.

Can the law nip rising juvenile violence?

“THEY better stay in prison forever.” It was an emotional remark from an anguished mother.

Monster youngsters

The violent tendencies taking root in our society are a concern, say experts..

More studies needed: There seems to be an emerging pattern of aggressive behaviour among youths in Malaysia.

Subra: Wolves in sheep’s skin bringing MIC down

KUALA LUMPUR: So called “chosen” candidates for the next general election are spoiling the party’s image, said MIC president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam.

Transfer of HM upsets parents and teachers

MELAKA: A group of parents and teachers of a Tamil school here are upset over an abrupt transfer of the headmaster.

Aid for orang asli in Budget

PEKAN: A one-off aid allocation will be announced at the next Budget for all orang asli students who have managed to enrol in public higher learning institutions.

Don’t blame weather for floods, Lim told

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government should not blame the weather for the massive floods that hit the state recently, said MCA Youth chief Datuk Chong Sin Woon.

Long journey to philanthropy

Tycoons will be respected not only for their ability to amass wealth but also their willingness to do charity.

Generous mission: Chua has donated 84 paintings and calligraphy of the late Master Bo Yuan to raise up to RM4mil for Tzu Chi’s international school in Kuala Lumpur.

Saving up for higher education

AS a parent, all Mohd Ashik Abdullah wants is financial security so he can give the best education to his child.

(From left) Brigadier General Abdul Manaf, Mastura, Ranizam, Mohd Ashik, Muhammad Salahuddin and Nurmahayu at the ceremony.