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Smooth sailing at Maika AGM

The much-anticipated hot debate on various issues at the Maika Holdings Sdn Bhd annual general meeting failed to materialise and it turned out to be a tame affair yesterday.

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Kulasegaran sets terms for not contesting in polls

DAP deputy secretary-general M. Kulasegaran has pledged not to contest the Ipoh Barat parliamentary seat if the current MP Datuk Ho Cheong Sing and Bercham assemblyman Datuk Tan Chin Meng are able to get strata titles for residents of Taman Bercham Baru Flats before the next general election.

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Mayor: Ipoh Council not in big financial mess

Datuk Bandar Datuk Sirajuddin Salleh has refuted talk that the Ipoh City Council is facing financial problems.

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Hamdan: Fund committing daylight robbery

Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (Fomca) president Datuk Prof Hamdan Adnan said the EPF was infringing basic human rights because the money did not belong to the fund.

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Only three DPPs for Ipoh

There are only three 'active' deputy public prosecutors handling court cases here presently, the High Court was told yesterday.

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Group: Expelled students cause problems later

Studies in England have shown that students who were expelled from school have caused more serious problems for society later on, said Malaysian Association for the Protection of Children.

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Awareness agenda on preventing blindness

The Tun Hussein Onn National Eye Hospital (Thoneh) and the Malaysian Association for the Blind will organise a I>Light the Night for Sight /I>event on Oct 11 to create awareness on the prevention of blindness.

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GM tells of strained relationship with wife

The relationship between American Carolyn Janice Ahmad and her husband Roslan Ahmad had been strained when she was murdered in Sungai Siput in 1999, the High Court heard Wednesday.

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High Court adjourns murder trial

The High Court in Ipoh on Monday adjourned the trial of three men accused of murdering American Carolyn Janice Ahmad in Sungai Siput in 1999 to allow the Deputy Public Prosecutor to obtain police reports lodged by the accused against the police for alleged assault.

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HK firm to enter defence

A magistrate's court here has ordered Hong Kong-based GoldQuest International Ltd and its local manager to enter their defence for allegedly carrying out a direct sales business without a valid licence.