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Students set to get DLP textbooks by end of the month, says Maszlee

KLUANG: The supply and distribution of the Dual Language Programme (DLP) textbooks for Mathematics and Science to Form Three students have been expedited and begun on Feb 10, said Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik.

Driver surrenders after burying wife who he set on fire

SHAH ALAM: A 41-year-old man surrendered to police after burying his wife who succumbed to injuries sustained when she caught fire.

Soldier held over fake notes

SIBU: He was short of money for his wedding next month. So he printed counterfeit notes totalling RM4,000 and gave them to his fiancee for use on their big day.

Mosque holds CNY open house to foster better ties

KEPALA BATAS: People of all religions were spotted at a Chinese New Year open house organised by a mosque here.

One joyous occasion: Khairul Anuar (wearing batik) with Shabudin (in red) and other committee members and guests enjoying the lion dance performance at the mosque in Tasek Gelugor.

‘Village heads to be 30% women’

TAIPING: The government will en­s­ure the appointment of village heads, including in new villages nationwide, meets the 30% quota for women in an effort to empower the group, said Zuraida Kamaru­ddin.

Getting rid of bad apples in Customs

EXCLUSIVE: PUTRAJAYA: The Customs Depart­ment has gone after its own men in the battle against beer and liquor smuggling, nailing three officers shortly after an internal probe team was formed to sniff out the enemy from within.

Puzzling over where PAS stands

KUALA LUMPUR: Confusion reigns over whether PAS is with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad or still cooperating with Umno.

Malaysia to press Singapore for water review

PUCHONG: Malaysia will negotiate with Singapore for a realistic water price based on the current economic development.

Resentment over Bersatu move grows in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: There is growing resentment over Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia’s decision to set up base in Sabah.

‘Be wary of job offers on social media’

SEPANG: One of the 47 Malaysians who were detained in Cambodia reminded job seekers not to be fooled by job vacancies posted on social media.

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