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The two brothers who were ordered by the Syariah High Court in Kuantan to be caned for drinking alcohol had been erroneously charged and punished.
IN many cases, you couldn't tell that the players were combining with each other for the first time. That was how naturally the 85 pairs, who took part in the SportsUnite- Milo-Yonex-MBA Unity Junior Doubles Badminton Carnival at Michael's Badminton Academy (MBA) in Bandar Puteri, Puchong, last weekend, lived up to the spirit of the event.
Last year's losing semi-finalist Pahang bounced back from an opening match defeat to beat Perlis 4-2 for a quarter-final berth in the boys' Under-18 competition of the national schools (MSSM) hockey championships at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil here yesterday.
Eleven-month-old Muhammad Adib Irfan Che Hussin, who is suffering from a chronic heart ailment, has been allowed to return to Malaysia to rest before undergoing a final-stage surgery in Australia within the next six to 12 months.
It's Mother's Day, and while you're out pampering mum, remember to make this a habit, not a once-a-year endeavour. After all, she's the best, as these five children (to her, you will always be a child) will attest.
Ten-month-old Muhammad Adib Irfan Hussin who underwent a unifocalisation procedure to correct a congenital heart anomaly at Sydney's Westmead Children's Hospital a week ago has been discharged.
The dry spell over the last two months has turned critical in the interior which has already been hit by water shortages.
The level of human rights awareness among the enforcement authorities and civil servants is low, according to Suhakam commissioner Prof Datuk Hamdan Adnan.
Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein has offered assistance to his Indonesian counterpart to help rebuild Aceh's education system.