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Sad convocation for two mothers

JOHOR BARU: Two mothers could not hold back their tears after receiving posthumous degrees on behalf of their late children who died on the same day during Universiti Teknologi Malaysia's (UTM) 57th convocation ceremony here.

World

Support for Australian PM falls, sets scene for potential leadership tensions

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Support for Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is at its lowest level since his election last year, according to an opinion poll on Tuesday, fuelling speculation of more political upheaval in a country that has seen four leaders in six years.

Badminton

Zulfadli to add a match analyst to his entourage in bid to improve

PARIS: Independent men’s singles shuttler Zulfadli Zulkiffli will soon add a match analyst to his support team.

World

U.S. scientist dies in snowmobile plunge in Antarctica

(Reuters) - A U.S.-based scientist was killed in Antarctica when the snowmobile he was driving plunged into a crevasse on Saturday, the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) said in a statement on Monday.

TECH

Ford takes a novel approach to greener motoring

If your idea of a perfect drive is one where every red light changes to green as your car approaches, then there's good news.

Focus

Home’s where festive treats are made

IN THIS day and age, when many resort to buying cakes and cookies for the festive season, some young women are making the festive treats themselves.

Nation

Joint venture to set up biomedical hub

JOHOR BARU: Johor Biotechnology & Biodiversity Corp (J-Biotech) and a South Korean firm, one of the world’s leading medical companies, are jointly working to build a biomedical hub in the state.

Community

Triple flypast over KL by RAF aerobatics team

The Red Arrows never fail to deliver, as proven when they took to the skies and thrilled Malaysians in a triple flypast over the Petronas Twin Towers.

IKIM Views

Sustainable halal food industry

Rather than boycotts, we should tackle the halal issue comprehensively.

World

Pakistan's plan to cut disaster risk aims at a new target - schools

SAJAWAL, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When seven hours of non-stop rain led to a flash flood that swept through his village school, leaving it heavily damaged, science teacher Ali Zamin Samejo had to be hospitalised for shock.