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Volunteers get insights into technical aspects of badminton for upcoming SMC Cup

VOLUNTEERS from Sri Murugan Centre (SMC) will serve as technical officials during the SMC Cup badminton championship.

Nation

Fake news causes Bata to lose RM500,000

PETALING JAYA: Fake news resulted in shoe company Bata Primavera Sdn Bhd losing more than RM500,000 within a month after an allegation went viral about the company selling shoes with the Arabic word “Allah” formed in the pattern on the soles.

Nation

James: Representing country more important than monetary rewards

PETALING JAYA: The road to Tokyo 2020 starts now with effective training programmes and public backing, besides financial incentives for those who raise the Jalur Gemilang.

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Two active coaches say experienced coaches should focus on grassroots

MALACCA: Two retired teachers passionate about badminton and cricket say it is high time to develop a much larger base of potentials and talents for both games at state levels.

Badminton

Jury’s out on Frost as BAM technical director

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk James Selvaraj and Yap Kim Hock want new Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) technical director Morten Frost Hansen to be given full power to be effective.

Community

Bata provides footwear for Malaysian team at Commonwealth Games

THE Malaysian contingent to the Commonwealth Games starting in Glasgow, Scotland, on July 23, will be well equipped.

Letters

Sports must truly reflect 1Malaysia

From V. THOMAS of Sungai Buloh

Nation

MIC polls: Balakrishnan, Sothinathan and Saravanan win VP posts

MALACCA: The tallying of the votes for the three vice presidents continued until Sunday morning, with former MIC vice president Datuk S. Sothinathan winning the first vice president post by a single vote.

Nation

Subra returns unopposed as MIC No. 2

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam has been returned, unopposed, as MIC deputy president.

Badminton

James in hot demand

KUALA LUMPUR: Former badminton international Datuk James Selvaraj has been appointed as the new board member of the National Sports Council (NSC) and he started his job by attending his first meeting on Tuesday.