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Last night I arrived late for Caring’s 25th annual dinner celebration at Berjaya Times Square. I did use the excuse of horrendous traffic but it was really my own fault for not starting earlier from home. But I also had the excuse of not being able to wear my bow tie (which took 15 minutes) because the last time I wore one was during my own wedding years ago. As you can guess by now, I am wearing a new tuxedo, recently made and 30 years apart from the first one.
PUTRAJAYA: After the plan to introduce khat in Year Four next year sparked a rash of reactions among various groups, the government has now given teachers in vernacular schools the power to decide whether they want to teach Jawi calligraphy to pupils.
A letter from THOMAS KOK, Ipoh.
PUTRAJAYA: Khat should not be made part of the school curriculum but rather be introduced as an elective subject, said former minister Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Khat calligraphy should be an elective subject and not part of the curriculum in schools, says former minister Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz.
JOHOR BARU: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) will not compromise against any wrongdoings that would jeopardise academic integrity.Its vice-chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Wahid Omar said the university treats academic integrity seriously as any issues related to it can ruin the reputation of the institution as a whole.
CELEBRATING the exceptional accomplishments of its outstanding wealth planners and agency leaders for their 2018 performance, Zurich Life Insurance Malaysia Bhd (ZLIMB) held the company’s annual Agency Awards with the theme “Night of the Stars” at Genting International Convention Centre.
IN TODAY’S economy, it is crucial to reward employees of a company as they are the people working on the ground, bringing the company forward.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government of participating countries that have interest in China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects need to undertake the necessary economic and financial stress test before implementing it.
PETALING JAYA: Women’s groups and academicians want the government to seriously look into the rising number of child marriages among non-Muslims in the country, saying that the previous debate had focused too much on Muslims.