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Malacca High School set to mark its 185th anniversary

MALACCA: Unknown to many, including former teachers, students and loyal supporters, Malacca High School (MHS) or SMK Tinggi Melaka as it is now known, started off as a mission school on Dec 7, 1826.

Former KGV students pay tribute to a dear teacher

SCOUTMASTER, teacher, adviser, confidant and above all, a friend.

Diamond company features a new international brand collection

DEGEM Group recently announced its partnership with Forevermark, a brand which is part of the De Beers group of companies.

Have faith in BN, Indian community told

KUALA LUMPUR: 'Nambikei' or the trust of every Malaysian Indian is essential to foster the spirit of cooperation between the Government and the community, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.

A strain on the pocket

Healthcare cost is expected to escalate in line with the rising cost of living and the Health Ministry is taking steps to raise public awareness on non-communicable diseases.

Running for a cause

WHILE most schools are closed on weekends, the Sri Garden School, Kuala Lumpur was abuzz with activity on a recent Sunday.

Do what you like best

HAD you asked me 10 years ago what I wanted to be when I grew up, my answer would have been simple. Not because I have always known it, but because I did not.

MIC mulls contesting parliamentary seat in Kedah or Penang

KUALA LUMPUR: The MIC, which won just three out of nine parliamentary seats it contested in the 2008 general election, is seeking to swap one of its seat in Selangor for another, either in Kedah or Penang.

Gaddafi demise offers brief relief for stretched NATO

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi's death should bring a swift conclusion to NATO's mission in Libya, offering a moment of relief and satisfaction after a seven-month campaign that exposed strains and doubts within the alliance.

NEWSMAKER - Prince Nayef, likely to become heir to Saudi king

DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's powerful interior minister, Prince Nayef, now likely to become heir to the throne after the death of Crown Prince Sultan, has led a crackdown on al Qaeda militants trying to drive out Westerners and overthrow the ruling al Saud family.