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Education

Charity concert for foundation

THE TRADITIONAL sounds of both local and Chinese music is what the audience at the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas will be mesmerised with tomorrow in the Tapestry of Colours charity concert held in support of Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) Foundation.

World

Exclusive - Mubarak aide presidency bid an "insult" - Islamist rival

CAIRO (Reuters) - A bid for power by Hosni Mubarak's former intelligence chief is an insult to Egypt's revolution that, if successful, would trigger a second nationwide revolt, the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate for Egypt's presidency said.

World

Exclusive - Mubarak aide presidency bid an "insult" - Islamist rival

CAIRO (Reuters) - A bid for power by Hosni Mubarak's former intelligence chief is an insult to Egypt's revolution that, if successful, would trigger a second nationwide revolt, the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate for Egypt's presidency said.

Community

Kindness bears fruits

STAFFERS of the Women’s Centre for Change (WCC) in Penang are overjoyed although they only won the fourth prize in The Star’s ‘Bid & Win’ charity series which was held earlier this year from Jan 6 to Feb 6.

Community

Turning little acorns to big oaks

In their effort to mould today’s greenhorns to become future leaders, elders should also take time to listen, and give counsel to youths charting their own course in life.

Community

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Community

The Star staff volunteer at street feeding station

Treat them just like how you would treat your guest at home.”

Community

Entrepreneur opens a boutique that carries clothes with intricate beadwork

FASHION designer Parveen K. Brar is living out her passion of running her own boutique that exclusively features her own creations.

World

Japan court upholds life term for Briton's killer

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's high court on Wednesday upheld a life sentence for a man convicted for raping and killing Briton Lindsay Hawker and burying her naked body in a sand-filled bathtub, in a case that horrified Japan and stirred a media frenzy five years ago.

Nation

Queen with a common touch

THE Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tuanku Haminah Hamidun, is the right fit for a Queen as she is soft-spoken and graceful.