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Indian female taxi driver documentary hopes to inspire, embolden women

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Selvi was 14, she was married off to an abusive husband who forced her into prostitution.

Community

Students caught sniffing glue and playing truant will be handed to the school authorities for further action

SECONDARY school students playing truant and sniffing gum are the main issues affecting residents living at two low-cost flats in the city.

Community

Motivated to lead an active lifestyle

THE morning sun did not deter participants nor dignitaries from taking part in the state-level Hari Sukan Negara event in Manjung Municipal Council stadium.

Community

Community concert to pack a punch

KUCHING: St Joseph’s School (SJS) Band will collaborate with the Onyx Brass Quintet, a renowned ensemble from Britain, for its annual community concert this year.

Community

Wrongdoing on the road

KUALA TERENGGANU: A total of 20,585 traffic summonses were issued to youths between the ages of 20 and 30 in Terengganu, including students of schools and institutions of higher education.

Community

By Jeorge, he’s got the moves!

FIVE years ago, Jeorge Subramaniam had six screws inserted into his spine during a corrective surgery and after taking a one-year break to regain full mobility, the 68-year-old grandfather is back doing what he loves most — instructing aerobics.

Community

Novel way to devour books

PENANG Digital Library, believed to be the first in the country, has opened its doors to the public.

Letters

Don’t stop the elderly from driving

A letter from THOMAS FOO, Subang Jaya.

IKIM Views

The importance of civilisational ‘rihlah’

Dialogue and exchange between the world’s great powers can help to maintain regional peace and stability.

Focus

Still standing strong

IT’S been a long time since Tan Sri Mohamad Zaman Khan was required to clock-in for duty, but the former director of the Crime Investigation Department of the police and former director-general of the Prisons Department still insists on beginning his day at 5am.