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Zaharah: Emulate MCA members

Umno members have been urged to emulate the dedication and commitment by MCA members that eventually saw the establishment of Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman.


Cops cripple syndicate of car thieves

Police have recovered 19 stolen vehicles worth more than RM1.2mil with the arrest of five syndicate members in Balik Pulau last month.


Cops seek Thai info on murder

Perak police will seek the help of Thai police in probing the murder of a pork seller whose charred body was found in a car that was set on fire in Pengkalan Hulu last month.


Increase in financial aid for Felda settlers

ABOUT 1,200 Felda settlers participating in the oil palm and rubber replanting programme will now get RM500 monthly for three years while waiting for the trees to mature, I>Berita Harian /I>and I>Utusan Malaysia/Ireported.


Two in family die

An odd-job labourer allegedly set his house in Felda Serting Satu on fire, killing his wife and injuring his two stepchildren before taking his own life by drinking weedkiller.


Four tonnes of bomb ingredient seized

Police scored a major success in their fight against terrorism with the recovery and seizure of four tonnes of ammonia nitrate, an essential material needed to make bombs, belonging to the Jemaah Islamiah (JI) terrorist organisation linked to Osama bin Laden.


Woman burnt for seeking divorce

A MAN doused his wife with petrol before torching her and his house because she asked for divorce, I>Utusan Malaysia/Ireported.


News in brief

News in brief on Kelanamas, Kurnia and Dataprep.


Ministry to set up hub for co-op products

The Land and Co-operative Ministry will set up a commercial hub where goods produced by co-operatives nationwide can be displayed and sold to the public.


'Study effects of war'

The Cabinet has directed all ministries to study what the effects of the war in Iraq will have on their respective agencies and relevant sectors so that action could be taken to minimise its impact on the country#8217;s economy.