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After bronze finish compound team should get more intense support

COMPOUND archery should not be overlooked anymore.


Esther, Siti and Syaidatul show why they’re on top of the world

BOWLERS Esther Cheah, Siti Safiyah Amirah Abdul Rahman and Syaidatul Afifah Badrul Hamidi showed why they are the world champions.


Bracing for surge in sales

PETALING JAYA: Retailers are bra­cing for a surge in sales with fo­reigners also joining in as the three-­month tax holiday period comes to a close at the month end.


Badminton may end up empty-handed after tough draw

MALAYSIAN badminton is at risk of coming back home empty-handed from the Asian Games.


Bowling women's trio strike Malaysia's first gold at Asian Games

JAKARTA: Malaysia’s wait for a first gold at the Asian Games in Indonesia is over!


Malaysian shuttlers handed tough draw in Asian Games

JAKARTA: Malaysian shuttlers will have to punch above their weight to avoid returning empty-handed from the Asian Games for the first time in 32 years after being handed an intimidating draw in the individual events on Thursday (Aug 23).


Shuttler Jin Wei eyes the gold medal in Youth Olympics

PETALING JAYA: Goh Jin Wei may have missed out on her Asian Games debut, but the national women’s singles shuttler still has plenty to look forward to.


Daren dares to dream after stunning world No. 5 Srikanth

INDEPENDENT shuttler Liew Daren kept the Jalur Gemilang flying high when he stormed into the men’s singles quarter-finals at the World Championships in spectacular style.


Lin Dan wants rival-cum-friend to recover and play in Olympics

THE world’s two greatest men’s singles players Lin Dan and Lee Chong Wei have served badminton fans with epic matches for over 15 years. And Lin Dan does not want the rivalry between them to end abruptly.


SST seen to affect retail sales

PETALING JAYA: Retail sales are expected to drop significantly in the first two months following the reintroduction of the sales and services tax (SST) on Sept 1, as consumers adopt a more cautious approach to spending.