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Why Hans Isaac is still solo

KUALA LUMPUR: Why is produ­cer Datuk Hans Isaac still single? His long-time friend and director Datuk Afdlin Shauki has the answer.


Ban child marriage in Malaysia, NGOs tell Govt

KINABALU: Children's rights groups and activists from all over the country are calling for a ban on child marriage in Malaysia.

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Fuel up and add value to lives of needy children

MALAYSIANS are invited to make a difference to the lives of underprivileged children once again through the Shell Raya Charity Campaign 2018.

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Recycling GE14 campaign materials into bags and stuff

It was an election to remember, and now you can have souvenirs in the form of bags, gift wrappers and other stuff made from banners and posters used during the campaigning period.

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When the US Navy serve kids lunch

Around 200 underprivileged children in Kuala Lumpur were treated to a visit by 30 personnel from the United States Navy, an official from the United States Embassy in Malaysia and 12 personnel from the Malaysian Armed Forces.


Made-in-Chow Kit handicrafts by underprivileged women

Umie Aktif helps underprivileged women in Chow Kit earn a living by teaching them how to make and market unique handicrafts.

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School-leavers carry out project to feed the homeless

FORMER fifth formers of MRSM Tun Ghafar Baba in Jasin, Melaka,

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More breakfast sessions for needy kids

THE Jom Bekpes morning soup kitchen campaign, which involves university and college students, is increasing its sessions to almost every week as more institutions want to sponsor breakfast for underprivileged children and homeless people in Kuala Lumpur.

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Paying homage to timeless traditions

SUNWAY malls have come together to usher in the Lunar New Year in a big celebration.

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Company donates school supplies to underprivileged children in KL

MORE than 200 pupils will receive school supplies through contributions by Iltizam, Ekuiti Nasional Berhad’s (Ekuinas) corporate social responsibility (CSR) Programme.