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Picking up a love for badminton

An increasing number of children from orang asli schools and orphanages are picking up badminton, as they join clinics coached by professionals.

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Trading ideas: Bumi Armada, Ekovest and Bina Puri

KUALA LUMPUR: Bumi Armada, Ekovest and Bina Puri are among the stocks which could attract trading action on Thursday after the release of their corporate news, says JF Apex Research.

Business

KPS makes KPS-HCM a subsidiary

PETALING JAYA: Diversified group Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor Bhd (KPS) has raised its shareholdings in KPS-HCM Sdn Bhd by 21% to a majority stake of 51%.

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Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor takes majority stake in KPS-HCM

SHAH ALAM: Diversified group Kumpulan Perangsang Selangor Bhd (KPS) has raised its shareholdings in KPS-HCM Sdn Bhd (KPS-HCM) by 21% to a majority stake of 51% as part of its corporate exercise.

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Youngsters enjoy a day out at the courts

TWENTY-FIVE youths from the Inclusive Outdoor Classroom (IOC) community project were given the opportunity to explore squash with elite players from the Kelab Skuasy Elit Astaka (KSEA) .

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A first for SMK Dato Harun

SMK Dato Harun dashed SMK Saujana Impian’s dreams of capturing the Datuk Mokhtar Dahari Trophy (Piala Datuk Mokhtar Dahari) after a thrilling 3-1 win in the final of the tournament’s fourth edition.

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Profits to be given back to the people: Selangor govt

The Selangor government is highlighting the 38 schemes it has come up with to benefit residents, covering such areas as healthcare, education, small businesses, housing and more.

Business

Splash sale in the offing

A NEW offer for Syarikat Pengeluar Air Sungai Selangor Sdn Bhd (Splash) could be in the offing, which would be a catalyst for one of its shareholders – Gamuda Bhd.

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Construction and property stocks rally

PETALING JAYA: Construction and property counters rallied led by George Kent (M) Bhd that hit another all-time high consecutively in two days as the sector is poised for an upcycle going forward this year. The timing was good for George Kent which climbed to RM3.59, up 36 sen with 8.5 million shares traded yesterday.

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KLCI rises above 1,750 level

KUALA LUMPUR: Local bourse benchmark FBM KLCI ended above the 1,750-level on Tuesday, with consumer stocks leading the top gainers list.