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Business

Going against the tide

Cheah: Malaysian market should have 40%-60% free float

Nation

Beware of fake govt agents, principals told

PETALING JAYA: Tamil school heads have been told to apply directly to the Education Ministry for funding or allocations, and to be wary of agents claiming to be from the ministry.

Nation

Yeoh: Without the numbers, it will be hard to get enough funding for OKU community

PETALING JAYA: The low number of registered disabled persons (OKU) will affect the allocations given to this community.

Nation

Wong spreads her wings

SHE is a wife, mother of three young children, student and politician. At 38, Nicole Wong Siaw Ting is not slowing down and has set her sights on a bigger role – MCA national Youth chief.

AseanPlus News

Rubbish Man schools children

Kirirom: Sitting in a building made from used tyres, plastic bottles and old sneakers, Cambodian student Roeun Bunthon jots down notes during an English lesson at the “Rubbish School” where tuition is paid for with trash instead of cash.

Community Sports

MIB College win hard-fought final to emerge champs

Malaysian Integrated Business (MIB) College proved their mettle in student sports when they emerged champions of the Masiswa Football Tournament, winning a nail-biting final at Mini Stadium in Uniten, Kajang, Selangor.

AseanPlus News

Quake shows lessons were not learned

PALU: The young man standing atop a mound of grey mud and debris on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, waiting for an excavator he hoped would dig out the bodies of his parents, voiced the exasperation many feel in his earthquake-plagued country.

Metro News

Johor to re-introduce scholarships

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The state government has plans to re-introduce scholarships for undergraduates pursuing their first degree or diploma, said state Housing and Rural Development Committee chairman Dzulkefly Ahmad.

Metro News

Diving in to save lives

SIXTY students from two secondary schools took part in a pilot project to learn how to provide first aid in water, especially during emergencies or natural disasters.

Metro News

Traditional way to good health

SOME 100 Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners will be sharing their knowledge and expertise at a health event on Nov 11 at SMJK Phor Tay, Penang.