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Analysis

Kajang Move takes a new turn

The guilty verdict by the Appeals Court on Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has once again shaken PKR to the core and brought the ill-fated Kajang Move to a dead end.

AseanPlus News

Cashing in on ‘Brand Pope’

MANILA: Pope Francis says he has come to the Philippines to help the poor, but the country’s biggest businesses and multinationals are also cashing in with a not-so-subtle hijacking of his image.

World

Parisians carry on, rattled but defiant

PARIS (Reuters) - Serving at a juice bar at an unusually quiet central Saint-Lazare train station, 24-year-old Parisian student Laura Stern admitted to being "a little bit scared" a day after the worst attack on the capital in decades.

Community

Historic and culturally rich

IT was 9am in Kuala Kangsar on Perak’s biggest day — the enthronement of Sultan Nazrin Shah — and the historical ceremony was just as he intended it to be, culturally-rich yet modest.

Community

TOLs to be given to those willing to work on state land, says MB

THE Selangor Government will consider giving Temporary Occupation Licence (TOL) land to youths who are interested to take up farming.

Community

New wheels for men in blue

PENANG police personnel will soon be patrolling the streets in their spanking new Proton Preve which will gradually replace the Proton Waja fleet of patrol cars.

Community

Billboard structures not allowed on pedestrian bridges and buildings

JOHOR BARU: Billboard structures will no longer be allowed on pedestrian bridges and buildings in the Johor Baru City Council (MBJB).

TECH

Amazon's path to TV success takes cues from old school Hollywood

Amazon prides itself on being a company that breaks the rules, but its recent success in Hollywood also reflects an embrace of a more traditional, old-fashioned script.

India

Bollywood blue blood Ranbir takes walk on the wild side

PANAJI, India (AFP) - Ranbir Kapoor, the scion of ’Bollywood’s First Family’, acknowledges his latest role as a streetfighter in Mumbai’s underworld marks a dramatic departure for an acting heartthrob long regarded as being to the manor born.

Nation

Small business owners brace for GST challenges

KUALA TERENGGANU: While not many small businesses in Terengganu are required to register for the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the ones that do are bracing themselves for the headache that comes with it.