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Lifestyle

Scenery leaves you breathless

Visitors viewing an awesome sunset over the Himalayas from the Nagarkot hills are likely to burst into spontaneous applause. As M Krishnamoorthy did.

Nation

Student collapses and dies on jungle trek

A 20-year-old religious student collapsed and died while walking down the jungle trek of Gunung Ledang on Wednesday night.

Business

Ipoh Team shifts from construction to new areas

IPOH Team Sdn Bhd, which started as a construction company 10 years ago, is now focusing on project management, building septic tanks and selling products to clean up spills.

Lifestyle

Tiger hunt that wasn't

In avid search of a tiger sighting in Nepal, MARTIN SPICE gets close enough to see ? tiger vomit!

Education

Irresistible call of the jungle

TWENTY mass communication students from Taylor#8217;s College joined 10 of their counterparts from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) for a three-day, two-night trip to Tasik Bera, in Pahang, recently.

Nation

Belum to be centre for research

The 117,500ha Belum State Park near Banding here has been proclaimed the Royal Belum by the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah.

Nation

Group: Project not sticking to EIA

The use of heavy machinery is not listed in the preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for the mixed development Mayang Jelatek project here, a community-based organisation said.

AseanPlus News

Massive search for reporters lost in forest

China Perspective: More than 200 rescuers are searching a primeval forest in northeast China's Jilin Province to find three reporters who disappeared six days ago in a Bermuda Triangle-like jungle region.

Lifestyle

Colourful stories

HO Thean Fook#8217;s book on the legends and #8220;true stories#8221; of the historical mining town of Papan in Perak is expected to be on sale at bookstores by September.

Lifestyle

Doing his bit for Nature

A MAJOR gripe in the Kinabatangan is that the local people have benefited little from the thriving nature tourism business and serve as mere audiences. Mindful of these grievances, some lodge operators have made it a point to share the tourism pie as well as lighten the burden of their presence on the Kinabatangan environment.