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Indian cuisine has always been intriguing for its use of spices and ingredients to create the magic of its taste.

Improving revenue with programmatic advertising

PETALING JAYA: As more companies are looking to different avenues to increase their advertising revenue, programmatic advertising offers a different route in light of the competitive environment.

Priya: Harnessing the right data enables brands to reach out and connect with the right customers at the right time.

On becoming fiscally-responsible

Govt urged not to be fixated on reducing budget deficit at the expense of growth

Stamping their mark on hobby

STAMP collecting is still considered one of the most popular pastimes in the world.

British couple Bob and Venise Evans showing some of their collection of stamps at the International Banknote and Stamp Fair at 1st Avenue Mall in Penang. The rare ‘Penny Black’ (inset) in their collection is the first stamp issued in the world in 1840. — Photos: CHIN CHENG YEANG/The Star

Scottish ceramic art on display

SIX ceramic art pieces by the late ceramic artist and master craftsman David Cohen are on display at the Heriot-Watt University in Putrajaya.

Budget to drive Penang city’s growth

THE Penang Island City Council (MBPP) has tabled RM506mil for its 2019 Budget, a deficit of RM94.6mil against a revenue estimate of RM411.4mil.

Work in progress: The RM44.2mil paired road project to alleviate traffic jams along Jalan Paya Terubong by linking Lebuhraya Thean Tek in Ayer Itam to Lebuh Bukit Jambul in Relau, Penang, is expected to be completed within three years. — GARY CHEN/The Star

Brazil presidential candidate Bolsonaro undergoes new medical procedure

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's far-right, poll-leading presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro underwent a procedure to drain liquid from his abdominal cavity two weeks after he was stabbed in an assassination attempt, according to a Thursday hospital statement.

Nur Aisyah shines on track debut to claim fourth gold

DESPITE riding on unfamiliar turf, cyclist Nur Aisyah Mohd Zubir showed her pedigree by demolishing the field to claim the girls’ 10km scratch race gold medal for Terengganu at the Velodrome Rakyat in Ipoh.

Shoring up support for big cleanup

LOVE and care for nature saw about 1,100 volunteers picking up 1.5 tonnes of rubbish along the coastal area near Queensbay Mall and the second Penang bridge.

(From left) Taman Sri Nibong Tzu Chi recycle education centre person-in-charge Siow Eik Kwang briefing Jagdeep about the threat of plastic pollution in the sea.

This is the weirdest driverless vehicle you’ve ever seen

It looks scary and weird, and is designed to come knocking at your door.