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School guided by 3K programme

SMK Raja Perempuan (RPS) has used all positive measures to adhere to the 3K — Cleanliness, Health and Safety — programme.

Former Education Minister says increased Indian student intake not 'one-off' effort

PETALING JAYA: Umno vice president Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid refuted Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik's claim that the previous Barisan Nasional government had only made a "one-off" offer to 2,200 Indian students to undertake matriculation courses last year.

‘Seats for Indian students a one-off move by previous govt’

PETALING JAYA: The 2,200 matri­culation seats offered to Indian students for the 2018 academic year was a one-off initiative by the pre­vious government, the Education Ministry said.

M’sian awarded for China travelogue

A BOOK by local writer Nyana Simon about his travels in China has won an award from the prestigious Puduvai Thamizh Sangam in Tamil Nadu, reported Malaysia Nanban.

UPSR leak: Teacher's conviction set aside by High Court

SEREMBAN: A primary school teacher who was sentenced to five years' jail for allegedly leaking UPSR exam papers almost five years ago has had his conviction set aside by the High Court here.

Court: Teacher may have been unfairly treated

SEREMBAN: A primary school teacher convicted of leaking UPSR exam papers will know on Feb 20 if the Sessions Court judge had acted unfairly by not allowing his defence to recall two important witnesses during a retrial.

Judge may have been prejudiced against teacher in UPSR leak case

SEREMBAN: A primary schoolteacher who was sentenced to five years' in jail for leaking the UPSR exam papers will, on Feb 20, know if a Sessions Court judge had been prejudiced against him by not allowing him to recall two important witnesses during his re-trial.

India nationals lodge report over months of unpaid salary

THREE Indian nationals working at a factory in Rawang have lodged a police report against their employer for not paying them for the past six months, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Spook-tacular fun for a good cause

FAMILIES spent a fun and

Relatives of abandoned girl show up, claim she ran away

SUBANG JAYA: A few relatives of a 10-year-old girl who was found abandoned at the Pasar Seni bus station in Kuala Lumpur showed up at a welfare home here, but the expected happy family reunion did not materialise.