Recent and archived articles by Manjit Kaur
IPOH: The remains of three men were found on Thursday (June 21), two days after they went out fishing at Kuala Sepetang near Taiping.
IPOH: After almost a decade of being separated from her daughter Prasana Diksa, kindergarten teacher M. Indira Gandhi is finally allowing herself to hope that a reunion is within reach.
IT takes avid bonsai collector Ng Chaw Weng some six hours a day to tend to his 200 miniature trees of various species at his home.
PARENTS on the road for the festive period are urged to ensure their babies and children are strapped in safely.
A NEWLY launched hotel in Ipoh has earned a spot in the Malaysia Book of Records for using 53,592 1sen coins to create a permanent backdrop in its lobby.
WITH the recent furore over dirty eateries found in several locations in Petaling Jaya, people are becoming more conscious and alert in choosing which food outlets they patronise.
WHEN housewife Tha Hui Ling received a call telling her that she won a car in a contest, she immediately thought it was a prank call.
IPOH: The Human Resources Ministry will engage with the Education Ministry to get more school leavers to join the Government’s Industrial Training Institutes.
SEVERAL newly elected state representatives are all geared up to make improvements in their constituencies.
THE Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism Ministry is checking on prices and services at retail outlets statewide before the goods and services tax (GST) is zero-rated on June 1.