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Living up to a title

The titles of Tun and Datuk are not new to Malaysia. Titles are not given out as rewards for buildings built or donations given. And not everyone is worthy of carrying the honours bestowed upon them.

Hsien Loong steps up the tempo

First, it was an effort to get the nation to accept former prisoners back into its fold, followed by another to reduce the stigma of mental patients.

CPO: Informers would have foiled operations

If there were really many informers amongst Kuala Lumpur policemen, most of our operations would have failed. However, almost 90% of our operations are successful.

Cuepacs: Ensure new pension scheme is better

Cuepacs wants the Government to ensure that the new pension scheme it introduces for civil servants is better than the existing one.

Four airline cabin crew held

Four cabin crew have been found to have used their jobs with a local airline to smuggle in drugs.

Marco surges on possible new business direction

SECOND-LINER Marco Holdings Bhd, previously illiquid and only remotely known to analysts, saw its shares surge 39 sen or 21.55% yesterday to RM2.20. The counter was one of the top gainers of the day on volume of 901,300 shares.

PM backs calls to strip titles from errant Datuks

Datuks who commit any action that brings disrepute to their title should be stripped of their datukship, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said yesterday.

Sultan’s plan to set up website lauded

Several groups have come out in support of the Sultan of Selangor's plan to set up a website on progress in the state which will have a section where the public can check the background of Datuks in the state.

Work as usual during Ramadan, government staff told

Civil servants should go about their normal routine during the month of Ramadan, said Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohd Khir Toyo.

Firemen unprepared during hospital incident

From HOSPITAL STAFF MEMBER, Seremban.