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Improving their mentoring skills

EAGER to pick up some useful teaching and mentoring skills, a group of 20 students from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman’s Languages and Linguistics Department took part in the 2016 Fulbright Perak Peer Mentoring Programme.

Staying safe on the roads at all times

IT’S that time of the year again when police mount monitoring and enforcement operations to minimise accidents during the balik kampung rush.

Malaysian Education witnessing significant improvements, say Chong

KUALA LUMPUR: The country’s education system is undergoing a period of extensive change for the better, said Deputy Education Minister Chong Sin Woon.

Skills upgrade for pre-school teachers

TO better assist private-sector preschool teachers in teaching the Chinese language, the Perak Kindergarten Teachers Association is organising a one-day course to upgrade their professionalism.

Retain our tried and tested methods

A letter from TAN SRI DR ISMAIL MERICAN, Former director-general, Health Ministry.

Tamil school pupils set record for most number of penalty kicks in futsal

JOHOR BARU: Tamil school pupils in Johor have set a new Malaysian record with the most number of penalty kicks made in a futsal tournament here.

Big, timely boost for basketball

EVOLUTION has hit the streets of Malaysia, not in street racing but through three-on-three basketball.

Home-grown militants and ex-major behind Bangladesh attacks, police say

DHAKA (Reuters) - Early in June, a man walked into the Dhaka premises of the Ramakrishna Mission, a Hindu centre for spirituality and learning in the Bangladesh capital, and delivered a handwritten note warning of an attack by Islamic State.

World Bank: Malaysia GDP to grow 4.4% in 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's economy remains resilient, with the gross domestic product (GDP) projected to grow 4.4% in 2016 and 4.5% in 2017, said the World Bank.

Australian's Raya video goes viral

PETALING JAYA: Hari Raya cannot come sooner for Australian showman Tomلs Ford, whose song "Esok nak Raya" (it's Raya tomorrow) that featured him attempting to cook rendang and ketupat has gone viral.