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Shopping at the last minute

WITH Hari Raya just around the corner, thousands of Muslims in Klang Valley thronged the bazaar area in Masjid Jamek and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman for an eleventh hour shopping spree.

Snack maker has hands full as Raya approaches

BALIK PULAU: i>Pakuda /i>or i>kerepek pagoda /i>(a stick-like snack) is an all-time favourite snack all year round, and it is getting even more popular as Hari Raya approaches.

The essence of being Malaysian

CLAD in a myriad of traditional costumes and elaborate homemade garments, the 21 participants of the Gurney Plazas Kids Star Search 2012 in Penang were a mix of youthful exuberance and patriotism as they sang, danced and recited poems in tribute to the country.

Snack a hit during Raya

PAKUDA or i>kerepek pagoda /i>(a stick-like snack) is an all-time favourite snack all year round, and it is getting even more popular as Hari Raya approaches.

Orang asli insist lake is dirty

PETALING JAYA: The orang asli community staying on the banks of Tasik Chini are still maintaining that the lake is highly polluted.

Car boom expected on the highways for Raya

PETALING JAYA: The number of vehicles on the East Coast Highway Phase 1 (LPT1) is expected to triple during the Hari Raya holidays while the North-South Expressway (NSE) will see a 30% increase in traffic, said Works Minister Datuk Seri Shaziman Abu Mansor.

Boys and girls to shoot for glory in basketball tourney

IT has been a long 25 years since Penang tasted glory at the National Juniors Under-18 Basketball event.

‘Chini not as polluted as claimed’

KUANTAN: There is no cause for alarm on the state of Tasik Chini as reports showed pollution is not as serious as claimed, said Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob.

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The sad and ‘dying’ state of Tasik Chini

From ZARI MALAYSIANA, Petaling Jaya.