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Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin brings Ramadan cheer to old folks home, cancer ward

KUALA LUMPUR: Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, the CSR foundation of Naza Group of Companies, visited an old folks home and the Children’s Cancer Ward in Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) recently to spread the Ramadan cheer.

SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin, Group Executive Chairman & CEO, Naza Corporation Holdings and his spouse, Marion Caunter giving out duit raya and gifts at the Children’s Cancer Ward in Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

Woman claims group cheated her of money for son’s op

AN ODD-JOB worker has claimed that a group of people have cheated her of some RM41,000 that was meant for her son’s operation to treat congenital scoliosis.

Climbing Mt Kinabalu for goodwill

EIGHT members of the United Sikhs Malaysia Organisation (Usmo) plan to climb up Mount Kinabalu on Friday, in conjunction with their annual Good Will Walk.




Prabakaran (fifth from left) handing a Malaysian flag to Usmo members who will be climbing Mount Kinabalu 
on May 24.

Additional assistance for Muslim converts

MELAKA: Muslim converts in the state will get higher cash aid to help them prepare for Hari Raya, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari.

More than 3,500 illegal banners destroyed

MELAKA: Hang Tuah Jaya Municipal Council (MPHTJ) has taken down 3,527 banners of illegal money lending services put up in areas within its jurisdiction since January.




Mohd Rafee (left) looking at the illegal 
banners that had been seized in the past five months. The items will be destroyed. — Bernama.

The last of his kind

JOHOR BARU: Sing Keng Wah Kedai Tilam is probably the only remaining traditional mattress maker left in Johor.




Customers are willing to pay more for kapok pillows. — Filepic

TNB assures of adequate supply during Hari Raya

KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) foresees that electricity consumption will increase by 30% ahead of the Hari Raya Aidilfitri festive season, said its customer service head Mohd Nazri Puteh.

Students come together to celebrate diversity

MIRI: Spirits ran high as Curtin Malaysia’s vibrant community of students from over 50 countries came together to celebrate the highly anticipated annual International Festival (Ifest).

Gantayat (third from left) with his team members and their map of India.

Fortnightly food aid for poor families

PENANGITES in the B40 category staying in Tanjung Bungah and Pulau Tikus will be given free vegetables and fruits through the Mutiara Food Bank programme from next month.




(Front row, from left) Kaliyappan, Tharman, Muhammad Shameer, Zairil, Lee and Tan holding posters announcing the food aid programme which will start next month for needy families living in Tanjung Bungah and Pulau Tikus.

Singing for the sake of stray dogs

IN aid of raising funds for a new shelter for dogs, over 100 people showed up in support of a concert organised by the Mercy Group Prai at The Star Pitt Street in Penang.




A singer performing with piano accompaniment. (Left) Johnson telling the audience about their mission to build a new shelter.