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Uber offering free rides to fair

PETALING JAYA: Getting to the Star Education Fair 2016 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is now easier than ever.

Low Yat phone thief gets four months’ jail

KUALA LUMPUR: Unemployed Shahrul Anuar Abdul Aziz was jailed four months and fined RM1,000 for stealing a handphone at Low Yat Plaza.

Jobless man jailed four months in Low Yat phone theft case

KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed man, who was assaulted at Low Yat Plaza after stealing a handphone last year, was sentenced to four months’ jail and fined RM1,000 in default one month’s jail.

'Red shirt' Jamal: Ali Tinju out to ruin my reputation

PETALING JAYA: Sungai Besar Umno chief Datuk Jamal Md Yunos lodged a police report against his former comrade-in-arms Mohd Ali Baharom, or Ali Tinju, even before the latter made his on Thursday.

Ali Tinju: Jamal threatened me

KUALA LUMPUR: Controversial ex-soldier Mohd Ali Baharom (left pic), better known as Ali Tinju, has alleged that a fellow “red shirt” leader has threatened to harm him.

Ali Tinju lodges police report against Jamal Yunos

KUALA LUMPUR: Former soldier Mohd Ali Baharom, also known as Ali Tinju, has lodged a police report against Datuk Jamal Md Yunos after the Sungai Besar Umno chief allegedly threatened to assault and shoot him.

Ali Tinju underprobe over memo on CM

PETALING JAYA: Former soldier Mohd Ali Baharom, also known as Ali Tinju, is under investigation after leading members of the red shirt movement to hand over a memorandum on Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng’s controversial bungalow purchase.

Man claims trial over handphone theft at Low Yat

KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed man, who was believed to be at the centre of the incident that sparked a brawl at Low Yat Plaza, has been ordered to enter his defence by a magistrate’s court here for stealing a handphone.

Man told to enter defence for allegedly stealing phone at Low Yat Plaza

KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed man, who is believed to be at the centre of the incident that sparked off a brawl at Low Yat Plaza, has been instructed to enter defence by a magistrate's court here for allegedly stealing a smartphone.

Online shopping takes a hit

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian online shoppers are turning to local sites as the weaker ringgit has made shopping on foreign sites much more expensive.