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Modern look is a defaced facade

MANY shophouses in older townships of Selangor are already 100 years old, but the authorities appear oblivious to their high heritage value.


Businesses urged to support 'Love My Palm Oil' campaign

KUALA LUMPUR: The Primary Industry Ministry hopes to get more companies on board its "Love My Palm Oil" campaign to strengthen support for the country's palm oil industry.


Not much of CNY buzz up on the hills

CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Amid the by-election campaigning, the Chinese community here are quietly preparing for the Chinese New Year celebration.


Show proof Pakatan by-election spending over limit, Annuar Musa told

JASIN (Bernama): PKR information chief Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Md Akin urged Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa to submit strong evidence showing Pakatan Harapan (PH) is spending more than it should in the Cameron Highlands by-election.


Hindu ascetics lead millions of Indians in holy bath, but politics weigh

PRAYAGRAJ, India (Reuters) - Millions of pilgrims began bathing on the first official day of India's Kumbh Mela on Tuesday, the world's largest religious festival where politics play an important role ahead of a general election later this year.


Annuar Musa: 'Poor' BN cannot match richer rivals in campaign for Camerons polls

CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Barisan Nasional's by-election campaign in Cameron Highlands nowhere as well funded as when it was in power, says Tan Sri Annuar Musa.


World's first foldable smartphone FlexiPai unveiled at CES

A Chinese start-up has beaten other smartphone manufacturers in the race to build the first device with a folding screen that essentially turns a phone into a tablet.


A smart option using technology for safer Malaysian roads

From J.D. Lovrenciear of Kuala Lumpur.


Don’t believe all you read online

GEORGE TOWN: Several photos of Penang state executive council members dining with principals of a purported investment scheme were good enough to convince an engineer to part with a few thousand ringgit.

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Focus on improving tourism services

MELAKA: Visit Melaka Year (VMY) 2019 promotion is focusing more on improving services in the state’s tourism sector and developing new products in efforts to attract about 20 million tourists next year.