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Letters

No need for another taxi service

From SUSAI ANTHONY MUTHU of Puchong

Nation

All set to ensure a safe Chinese New Year exodus

Some 5,000 traffic policemen and 1,200 Road Transport Department personnel will be deployed during the I>Ops Sikap XII/Ifrom this Sunday to Feb 25, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year.

Nation

5,000 traffic cops to be deployed for Ops Sikap XII

Some 5,000 traffic policemen and 1,200 Road Transport Department personnel will be deployed during the Ops Sikap XII from Sunday to Feb 25.

Community

New look for buses

The city's stage buses operated by six different companies will sport a uniform new look soon.

Letters

How to improve public transport

From MOAZ YUSUF AHMAD, Subang Jaya.

World

Indonesia floods kill 20, nearly 200,000 homeless

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Floods in the Indonesian capital have killed at least 20 people and made nearly 200,000 homeless, with the deluge of muddy brown water up to 4 metres deep in some areas, officials said on Sunday.

Nation

New bid to get monorail plan started

A fresh bid to get the long-delayed monorail project back on track again will be made under the Ninth Malaysia Plan, Putrajaya Corporation chairman Tan Sri Samsudin Osman said.

World

Indonesia floods kill 20, nearly 200,000 homeless

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Floods in the Indonesian capital have killed at least 20 people and made nearly 200,000 homeless, with the deluge of muddy brown water up to 4 metres deep in some areas, officials said on Sunday.

World

Indonesia floods kill 20, nearly 200,000 homeless

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Floods in the Indonesian capital have killed at least 20 people and made nearly 200,000 homeless, with the deluge of muddy brown water up to 4 metres deep in some areas, officials said on Sunday.

World

Jakarta floods kill nine, nearly 200,000 homeless

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Floods in the Indonesian capital have killed at least nine people and made nearly 200,000 people homeless, with the deluge of muddy brown water up to 13 feet deep in some areas of Jakarta, officials said on Sunday.