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Mo Salah, Now Starring in Chechnya

GROZNY, Russia — Ramzan A. Kadyrov did not sustain himself as the autocratic leader of the Chechen republic by failing to understand the value of propaganda and spectacle.

He has the know-How

THE Gold Coast Commonwealth Games begins tomorrow with the opening ceremony. After a 6-7-6 medal haul at the 2014 Glasgow Games, the Malaysian contingent aim to do better. Starsport’s Kng Zheng Guan catches up with Malaysian chef-de-mission Huang Ying How, who is also the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) president, for his final assessment and expectations on the team.

NSC to athletes: Don’t eat the ‘wrong’ stuff

KUALA LUMPUR: National Sports Council (NSC) director-general Datuk Seri Zolkples Embong has advised athletes to be careful of what they consume whilst competing at the 27th SEA Games in Myanmar next month.

OCM and NSC want halal food for Muslim athletes

The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) and the National Sports Council (NSC) are going the extra mile to ensure that halal food is served to Muslim athletes during the 23rd Manila SEA Games.

Malaysia ready to bring cooks to Manila

The Malaysian contingent will bring their own cook to prepare food for Muslim athletes competing in the Manila SEA Games if the organisers cannot provide one.

Caterer well-prepared for feeding frenzy ahead

When it comes to feeding the world's top athletes at the Olympics in Athens, almost everything comes supersized.

A helpful lot - these volunteers

VOLUNTEERS in Ho Chi Minh City are a helpful lot and ready to go the extra mile to make sure services are rendered to the journalists.

Sneaky officials

MANY officials from the participation nations have been found to 'sneak' into the Main Press Centre here to surf the Internet to learn developments of their respective contingents either in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City.

Viet Shorts

Contingent told to pack own halal meat

Getting meat prepared the halal way may be a bit of a problem for the SEA Games-bound Muslim athletes competing in Hanoi next month.