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Lim grateful to Indian community

GERAKAN president Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik has pledged to launch a RM1mil foundation for the benefit of the less fortunate Indian students in his constituency, according to a I>Tamil Nesan/Ireport.


Cahaya does its bit for charity

Coming from privileged homes did not prevent students of Sekolah Seri Cahaya, a private school in Shah Alam, from helping children in war-torn countries.


Suffering for their money

Suffering for their moneyMany are willing to suffer hardship andrisk jail,exploitation and even death for abrighter future.YVONNE LEE SHU YEE,who was a flight attendant,recountsmeeting some of these tenacious folk.


Ong: PAS’ refusal shows its disrespect

The Terengganu government's refusal to issue a permit for the Kongsi Raya Chinese New Year open house held in the state on Friday shows PAS' disrespect for the Chinese community, said MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.


Magnum cheer for children

Sekolah Rendah Pendidikan Khas Seremban and Rhema Children's Welfare Home were two institutions which benefited from Magnum Corporation Berhad's pre-Chinese New Year donation campaign.


Ensure aid spent solely for education

Students who receive financial aid should spend it solely for their education, Association of Wives of Ministers and Deputy Ministers (Bakti) treasurer Datin Seri Wendy Ong said.


Move to keep speed limit gets strong support

Non-governmental organisations and associations have lauded the Cabinet's decision to maintain the speed limit on highways at 110kph, citing recent accidents as a cause for concern.


Always happy to do charity

CORPORATE businesses with forward-looking goals have often supported charitable causes in Malaysia. Among them is property developer Sunrise Berhad who has a holistic view when it comes to development and this includes developing the less fortunate in society.


Enhancing our society’s strength

By Nik Mustapha Hj Nik Hassan

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Rio heads for the slow lane

A missed drugs test has put the brakes on a footballing career which had propelled Rio Ferdinand from an inner London council estate to the luxury associated with being the world's most expensive defender.