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Sandakan hit by flash floods

KOTA KINABALU: Various roads leading to shops, housing areas and oil palm estates in Sandakan were flooded following a continuous downpour.

Volunteers help disabled devotees

MORE than 60 disabled Hindu devotees visiting Batu Caves were helped by volunteers to navigate the 272 steps and reach the Murugan Temple, reported Makkal Osai.

HK actor visits M’sia just for Ipoh fried chicken

HONG Kong actor Chapman To (pic) has declared his love for fried chicken in Ipoh by saying he does not mind getting fat eating it.

Ex-officer ‘siphoned’ RM2.5mil in scholarships for poor students

A FORMER assistant administrator with the Melaka State Education Trust Fund was remanded for allegedly siphoning off RM2.5mil meant for scholarships for poor students, Kosmo! reported.

M’sia-China ties to be further cemented this year

PETALING JAYA: Ties between Malaysia and China will be further enhanced this year as the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations is marked, says special envoy to China Tan Kok Wai.

No public holiday declared for Jan 31

PETALING JAYA: Jan 31 has not been declared a public holiday.

MIC veep claims there is vote-buying

PUTRAJAYA: Sad to be treated like a “terrorist”, Datuk C. Sivarraajh has lodged a report, urging the authorities to investigate wrong­doings in the ongoing Cameron Highlands by-election.

Turning the tables: Sivarraajh and his supporters at the MACC headquarters in Putrajaya.
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Sultan Abdullah is now Pahang Ruler

PEKAN: Sultan Abdullah Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah is now the Ruler of Pahang.

Royal ceremony: Sultan Abdullah receiving the ‘Titah ikrar’ text speech from his brother Tengku Muda Pahang Tengku Abdul Rahman during the ceremony held in Istana Abu Bakar, Pekan.
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Man charged with killing two siblings

ALOR SETAR: A jobless man has been charged with killing two siblings while they were asleep in Kampung Tengah, Kuala Sungai Yan, near here.

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Abdul Azeez facing 13 graft, money-laundering charges

PUTRAJAYA: Prosecutors are set to slap Umno supreme council member Datuk Seri Abdul Azeez Rahim with 13 charges of corruption and money laundering involving more than RM140mil when he is brought to court today.

In court today: Abdul Azeez arriving at the MACC office in Putrajaya. — Bernama
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