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Cops seize fake tickets

Police seized four fake tickets used to gain entry to last weekend's opening matches in the SEA Games football competition, state media said on Wednesday.

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Huge exodus from cities in Raya rush in Indonesia

Millions of Indonesians, braving every conceivable discomfort on creaky and congested public transport, are flocking home from cities in the annual exodus that marks the end of Ramadan.


No action against 31 Ipoh bus operators

Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Tajol Rosli Ghazali has asked the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB) to defer all action against 31 bus operators in Medan Kidd who refused to operate their south-bound bus services from the new Medan Gopeng station.


Lorries banned four days to reduce accidents

Heavy lorries have been banned from all roads for four days #8211; Sunday and Monday (Nov 23 and 24) and next weekend (Nov 29 and 30) following the government#8217;s move to reduce the number of accidents and fatalities during the Hari Raya holidays.


Board: Gazette bus terminals to check touts

Bus terminals should be gazetted to curb the activities of touts, said the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB).


Youthful perk

PATSY KAM, MAJORIE CHIEW AND SHAMALA VELU go through the latest beauty products on the shelves.


While you are awake

Here is a day cream that works as hard as you do during your waking hours, writes PATSY KAM.


Mission to debunk

A psychiatrist by profession, Datuk Dr Tan Chee Khuan also dons the hat of gallery-owner, curator, writer and publisher. At the launch of Common Sense and The Supernatural, a coffee table book that aims to debunk controversial topics such as demonic possession, witchcraft and faith healing, the author jokingly commented that he had to launch his own book because of the #8220;threatening#8221; subject matter.


Oi! I'm not effeminate

WHEN Maggie Lai#8217;s I>getai/Icareer took off in 1997, she was considered a novelty. That was because she was one of the few transsexual singers on the circuit in Singapore.


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