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Council: Remove beer ads from signboards

The city council here has given restaurant operators three months to take down beer advertisements and brewery logos from their signboards.


PAS bigwigs turn up to woo voters as polling nears

PAS has finally geared up for the rush to the end of what seems to have been a long 12-day campaign. Green flags are everywhere now, welcoming dignitaries who have just arrived to add vocal muscle to the campaign, writes SUHAINI AZNAM.


Penang to get a Times Square

A prestigious RM400mil tourism-themed residential and commercial project in the heart of George Town will mark Penang's entry into the #8220;world of Times Squares.#8221;

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Pakistanis throng border on N-Day

Thousands of people thronged the Wagah border crossing between India and Pakistan yesterday to celebrate Independence Day while hailing moves aimed at normalising relations between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.


Nationwide National Day mass religious celebrations

All places of worship nationwide will conduct various activities in August to commemorate National Day.


Fun sports meet for preschoolers

Parents turned up in large numbers to lend support and to cheer the efforts of the preschoolers at Tadika Sekolah Sri Kuala Lumpur.


Remove posters or lose deposits, candidates told

Candidates of the just-concluded general elections must remove their campaign posters and buntings by tomorrow or have their deposits forfeited, the Election Commission (EC) said.


End of the road for Keadilan

It was born of anger and five years down the road, it looks like Parti Keadilan Nasional will go the way of other dissident parties #8211; die without a whimper.


Political awareness lacking

Ask undergraduates about movies, football or fashion and they would be able to talk at length about these pet subjects. But ask them about current issues - namely the country's upcoming 11th general election - and you are more likely than not to get blank looks or sheer disinterest. S. INDRAMALAR and JAMIE KHOO report.


Party's crescent-shaped dream

The campaign for the Malay vote will be most intense and fervent in the northern Malay heartland but the PAS dream of controlling aperfect crescent of Malay states will remain unfulfilled, writes JOCELINE TAN.