Keeping their fingers crossed


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  • Friday, 19 Dec 2008

KUALA LUMPUR: Expec­tations are high among residents of Bukit Antarabangsa regarding the outcome of today’s preliminary report as it will determine whether it is safe for them to return home.

The findings by the Public Works Institute of Malaysia and the Public Works Department (PWD) will affect residents from five areas.

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