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Traders lodge protest over Ramadan bazaar

Jalan Masjid India traders and shopowners are upset that the Federal Territories Minister has approved an additional 150 lots for the Ramadan and Deepavali bazaar.


Popular enclave losing its charm

IS JALAN Masjid India, KL's oldest shopping hubs rapidly losing its identity as an Indian shopping haven to become a hub for piracy? BAVANI M reports.


Disabled deserve special discounts

Operators of shopping centres can bring cheer to the disabled during festive seasons by offering them special discounts, said Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, wife of the Deputy Prime Minister.


Reject fake medicines

Malaysians' preference for imitation or pirated goods could expose them to danger, especially when consuming fake medicines available in the market.


Price-cut campaign launched

Be very meticulous in your choice when you make a purchase, and this will in turn educate the traders of their responsibility in their pricing, were the words of advice given by Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Mohd Shafie Apdal.


Hypermart helps to raise patriotic spirit

MYDIN gave 2,800 Malaysian flags to theSubang Jaya Municipal Council as part of its contributionto the fly the national flag campaign initiated by thecouncil.


Disabled kids treated to shopping trip at USJ mall

ABOUT 200 disabled children from Selangor received raya goodies at Mydin Mall in USJ recently.


Price rises hurting the wallets of Malaysians

Bread now costs 20 to 30 sen more per loaf, and toll charges may be raised again next year. All over the country, Malaysians are paying more for popular local fare like I>char kuay teow /I>and I>roti canai/I>.


Ministry looking into cross-subsidy to keep fuel prices down

The Government is re-looking the principle behind the fuel subsidy to ensure the rich pay their share while the poor are not affected.


Mydin stores mark protest against anti-Islam film

All Mydin stores nationwide have placed red labels on products from the Netherlands as a sign of protest over the release of the controversial anti-Islam film I>Fitna/I>.