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Tamil language keeps culture alive, says Samy

Tamils in the country have been warned about the risk of losing out on their traditional art and culture if they continued to ignore the importance of their mother tongue, reported I>Tamil Nesan./I>

Mother yearns for son

The mother of fisherman Loo Thean Choy, who was kidnapped by pirates near Pulau Jarak on May 28, is pining for her son. Chung Swee Kham, 63, said her family in Hutan Melintang, had been praying for Loo's return. He has been rescued by the Indonesian army and is in Aceh now.

Kidnapped fisherman returns home after rescue

Kidnapped fisherman Loo Thean Choy, who was snatched from the hands of pirates by the Indonesian army, has returned home.

Villagers mob rescued fisherman

Fisherman Loo Thean Choy, who returned home on Thursday after being kidnapped by pirates, became an overnight celebrity when villagers crowded his house to welcome him back.

Dialect-job link

Certain occupations are associated with certain Chinese dialect groups. MAJORIE CHIEW digs at the root causes.

Business magnate an inspiration to succeed

MALAYSIAN business magnate T. Ananda Krishnan is an inspiration to Malaysians who aspire to be successful in the business world, said I>Malaysia Nanban/I>.------------------------------

Sitiawan turns 100 in style

A slight drizzle failed to dampen the spirit of the residents here who turned out to participate in a procession to celebrate Sitiawan's 100th anniversary.

Collect the trash but don't leave the stench

A THOUSAND thanks to the Manjung Town Council for collecting rubbish around the town although this is not done daily.

Breakdown of two generators causes blackouts in Perak

A breakdown of two generators at the Janamanjung power plant in Lumut caused blackouts in several areas in the districts of Kinta, Manjung and Hilir Perak for about two hours Tuesday.

Singing away the blues at home for disabled

A WARM smile greeted the BRATs as they entered the centre. It was raining heavily outside, and Mei Mei was one of the few children who was at the Manjung Rehabilitation and Day Care centre for the physically disabled.