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Two dead after car crashes into 4WD in Teluk Intan

TELUK INTAN: Two people were killed when the car they were in crashed head on with a four-wheel drive vehicle at Batu 10, Hutan Melintang, about 15km from here.

Beware of ‘evil twin’ WiFi networks, urges CSM

THE public should be careful the next time they connect to a free, public WiFi network.

Blanket curfew not the solution

“HOW did he know what’s in my password?”

Blanket curfew not the solution

PETALING JAYA: A suggestion to impose a curfew on youths to prevent them from taking part in illicit activities is seen as “counter-productive” in solving the growing drug abuse problem among teenagers, says Hannah Yeoh.

Saarani: Usas claims a big lie

IPOH: Allegations by a state executive councillor on the mismanagement of land alloca­ted to Universiti Sultan Azlan Shah (Usas) are just a big lie, says Perak opposition leader Datuk Saarani Mohamad.

Raja Muda of Kedah named new MSU chancellor

SHAH ALAM: The Raja Muda of Kedah, Tengku Sarafudin Badlishah Sultan Sallehud­din, has been proclaimed the new chancellor of Management and Science University (MSU).

Fire at LNG plant put out

MIRI: Quick action to douse a fire at the Petronas Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) plant near Bintulu town managed to avert an explosion.

Disaster averted: Orange smoke lightning up the sky above the LNG plant. The fire was doused by the Petronas emergency team.

‘Idol placing at surau despicable’

PETALING JAYA: The act of placing an idol at a surau in Klang is malicious and intended to insult Islam while disrupting racial and religious harmony in the country, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Maszlee: MUET won’t be part of SPM

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian University English Test (MUET) module won’t be included in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM).

Edible wrap a good alternative

GEORGE TOWN: Edible wrapping film made from seaweed, starch or chitosan may be Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute’s (Mardi) answer to replacing plastic wrappers for good.

For a better future: Dr Siah showing a sample of the edible wrapping film that is made from seaweed. — Bernama