Recent and archived articles by Shalini Ravindran
MANUFACTURING biodegradable plastics will get cheaper as demand increases, say government and industry players.
RESIDENTS in Taman Ampang Utama, Ampang, are upset with owners of 15 plots of land who have left their properties idle and neglected there.
FOUR unique Malaysian talents headline this year’s Tiger Roar Project – a platform celebrating those who challenge conventions.
A SEAFOOD dinner is usually reserved for special occasions as more often than not, it puts a dent in your wallet.
A STONE’S throw from the majestic pink mosque, the Selera Putra food court in Putrajaya sees a steady stream of tourists seeking respite from the blazing sun and to grab a bite to eat.
FLOODING is a recurring problem that residents of Taman Nirwana and Taman Putra Sulaiman in Ampang Jaya have had to live with for over a decade.
KUALA LUMPUR: After almost 40 years, Kuntum, a premiere children’s publication, gave its two mascots – Si Pintar and Si Comel – a makeover to make the two cuties breezier and more relatable to children.
THE planned demolition this month of two remaining blocks of Highland Towers is delayed due to compensation issues.
WHILE most hotels and restaurants opt to highlight kampung-style food or cuisine from the different states of Malaysia during Ramadan, one restaurant is bringing South-East Asian dishes to customers.
AN ART exhibition celebrating the holy month of Ramadan is ongoing at the KL Lifestyle Art Space (KLAS) featuring works by two prominent Malaysian artists.