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AS a little girl, Azlinda Azman would follow her grandfather on his rounds to villages in Ipoh and Klang, helping poor folk who depended on the Government for assistance.
The Dermal Angel award recognised the long-term efforts of two charity workers recently. TEE LIN DEE learns a little more about these 'angels' that have made a big difference with their caring and loving ways.
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have been told to act positively and not deviate from their original objectives.
Pop queen Siti Nurhaliza will spice up the closing ceremony of I>Karnival TV3 Sure Heboh /I>in Dataran Ipoh at 8pm today.
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THE National Higher Education Fund Corporation (NHEFC) will be giving out education loans totalling RM2.1bil to students in both public and private institutions of higher learning.
In our effort to sustain good economic performance, we should stress the need for every individual to be committed to the basic principle that individual success and social progress can be attained if everybody works co-operatively and harmoniously in all our endeavours for common prosperity.
DATUK Seri Lim Ah Lek was born to a well-known and rich family in Kuantan. Lim, 61, joined MCA in 1968 and was a very popular figure in the state in many ways.
DESPITE their busy schedules, Charles Sturt University Masters in Business Association Alumni (CSU MBA Alumni) recently organised a charity drive to collect old clothes for the less fortunate.