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Community Sports

Chaiyaward and Iman set standards on court

NUMBER two ranked junior tennis player of 2018 Chaiyaward Phettani is off to a good start after solid performances during the first round of the 2019 Tennis Malaysia Junior Tour at the National Tennis Centre in Kuala Lumpur.

Letters

Revisiting Vision 2020

A letter from GAN CHEE KUAN , Ipoh

Nation

Childcare centre employees to get psychological tests in Sarawak

SIBU (Bernama): Sarawak will be introducing a psychological evaluation test as an additional condition for the opening and registration of new childcare centres (taska) in the state.

Letters

We have failed orang asli

From WONG EE LYNN of Petaling Jaya.

Letters

Appreciate the contributions of past leaders

A letter from S. SUNDARESON, Petaling Jaya.

TECH

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4, FIFA 19 top PlayStation Store downloads for 2018

With two decades-old franchises ruling the PlayStation Store's North American and European downloads in 2018, other bestselling titles included Red Dead Redemption 2, Grand Theft Auto V, God Of War and Spider-Man.

TECH

Epic Games strengthens with ‘The Division 2’ deal; ‘Edith Finch’ goes free

March 2019 action game 'The Division 2' will launch for PC through the Epic Games Store instead of Steam, the first time a major publisher has signed with the 'Fortnite' platform.

TECH

‘Destiny’, ‘Halo’ studio Bungie goes solo

The studio behind massive action game franchises Halo and Destiny is parting ways with publishing partner Activision partway through a lengthy franchise deal.

Life Inspired

Audemars Piguet proves watchmaking mastery with new Code 11.59

Audemars Piguet proves its mastery once again in the world of watchmaking with its new Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet.

Nation

The Sambanthan legacy

AS the social contract in Malaysia has evolved, and the MIC played an increasingly servile role in the Barisan Nasional formula, it may be difficult for people to understand that the late Tun V.T. Sambanthan did not see himself as a leader of Indians, but a national leader for all Malaysians.