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Foundation reaching out to children in Sentul

A COMMUNITY-based education initiative targeting the urban poor and marginalised has been launched by the Dignity for Children Foundation.

Prabakaran (right) shaking hands with Ling during the launch of the education campaign.

Recognising honest businesses

IN THE face of economic uncertainty and volatile markets, it is tempting to cut corners and abandon principles in favour of profits and corporate gains.

Saifuddin (seated, 10th from left) and Albert (on Saifuddin’s right) with the guests and winners of the 17th Asia Pacific International Honesty Enterprise Keris Award 2019.

Finance Minister to deliver keynote address at SME business summit today

THE Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KLSCCCI) is organising the Malaysia SME Business Summit today at JW Marriott Hotel in Kuala Lumpur from 9am to 6pm.

Next-day delivery for online shoppers

FAST delivery is something online shoppers value most, aside from affordability and convenience.

Be transparent about findings, MP tells Johor govt

JOHOR BARU: The state government must be transparent and not allow any cover-up on the latest chemical pollution incident in Pasir Gudang.

An affected pupil being helped to the operations centre in Pasir Gudang. — Filepic

Contract farmers roped in to increase supply of sweet pumpkins

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (Fama) will reschedule the planting of sweet pumpkins to overcome the problem of shortage of supply, which often occurs during the monsoon season.

Fishing a sporting activity for club members

SIBU: Dayak Anglers Club (DAC) in Bintulu, which was set up just a year ago, has attracted a string of anglers from the community.

A club member with his prized catch, a Grouper.

Workshop to uncover mystery of missing turtles

BESUT: A special workshop will be held in October to uncover the mystery of the two missing turtle species that have not landed on Terengganu beaches over the last few years.

A Leatherback turtle.

Aiming to keep Penangites healthy and happy

THE morning drizzle failed to stop some 300 yoga enthusiasts in Penang from waking up early for Penang International Yoga Day 2019.

A yoga performer putting up an entertaining routine during the Penang International Yoga Day 2019 at Penang City Park. Looking on are Chow (second right), Krishnan (on Chow’s right) and other officials.

Huge loss for the Hindu community

HE arranged and planned the Penang International Yoga Day 2019 but Malaysia Hindudharma Mamandram Penang branch chairman V. Nanda Kumar failed to make it to the event.

Nanda Kumar (seated, centre) and Aspire Nursing Home manager A. Gobiraj (right) presenting sarung to the elderly at the home in Jalan Sempadan, Penang, in one of his social events. — Filepic