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Cops take DNA samples of five

PETALING JAYA: Police have interviewed 31 people and five of them have had their DNA samples taken for analysis in the case invol­ving the death of S. Sathiswaran, 15, who was hit by a blue office chair at the Seri Pantai People’s Housing Project (PPR).

Police investigating case of boy killed by falling chair as murder

PETALING JAYA: Police are now investigating the death of 15-year-old S. Sathiswaran, who was killed by a falling chair from a block of flats, as murder.

Engaging disengaged students

WE want 100% enrolment in primary schools to give all children a chance for an education.

Raising concerns about PJ

PETALING Jaya community leaders are calling for better management of the city to ensure its dwellers live a life of good quality.

Students hold event to help cut use of plastic bags

WITH eco-friendly bags in hand, around 160 students from more than 10 schools came together in the hopes of reducing the use of plastic bags among members of the public.

SMK Taman Dato Harun wins for green project in river ranger programme

TEAMS from five schools presented their green initiatives conducted in the last two months at the closing ceremony of the MPMA-Dow-GEC River Ranger Programme 2017 at Sri Bestari International School, Kuala Lumpur.

Take a leaf out of his book

HE attributes his values, ethics and character to his upbringing, teaching experience and his long and varied career in prominent professional bodies and community service clubs.

Celebrating 40 years of driving home road safety message

SAFETY Driving Centre (SDC) plans to work with schools in Selangor to reduce motorcycle accidents among youths in the country.

Right remedy for language learning

Realising the role of English as the global lingua franca, a Klang hospital has come up with the right ‘prescription’ – sponsoring NiE pullouts to selected schools.

Club sponsors RM10,000 worth of ePaper subscription

A TOTAL of RM10,000 worth of The Star ePaper subscriptions will benefit some students from five national schools, thanks to a sponsorship by Lions Club of Subang Jaya.