Recent and archived articles by Elan Perumal
MOST of the older-generation Malaysians will remember Aug 31, 1957, as one of the most memorable days in their lives. For S. Subramaniam, 85, and wife, R. Perumayee, 77, the date means so much more.
NEWLY appointed Klang municipal councillor Yogayswari Ramalu received a shock during her visit to a residential area with a host of issues.
JALAN Kebun Nenas, which links Bandar Puteri and Bandar Putera in Klang, has become a popular stretch for illegal dumping.
SELANGOR folk in the coastal areas heaved a sigh of relief as the high tide phenomenon did not cause much havoc over the past two days.
RESIDENTS from Section 14 (Jalan 14/1 to 14/15) in Petaling Jaya can expect more things to come their way with the opening of a new office for the residents association.
WITH the idea of being inclusive, the Community Welfare Association of Pending Zone 2 Bandar Puteri Klang allows all residents, including those who are not paying for its gated-and-guarded (G&G) scheme, unobstructed access into the residential area.
PETALING JAYA: The government’s decision to stop using the Foreign Worker Application System (SPPA) will reduce the financial burden on Bangladeshi workers and their families who have been paying up to RM20,000 to work in Malaysia.
GARLAND makers in Selangor have been urged to consider using natural fibres obtained from the bark of the banana tree to make garlands for religious purpose.
SELANGOR Mentri Besar Amirudin Shaari has urged developers in the state to build more affordable homes to cater to those facing financial constraints.
SOME 20 children from the Sunway Mentari low-cost flats in Petaling Jaya consider themselves lucky as they were given the chance to try their hand at playing squash for the past five months.