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MALAYSIA'S southern neighbour dominated the news in the Malay newspapers as a collision between a container and a Singapore navy vessel in the waters near the disputed Pulau Batu Putih grabs the headlines in I>Mingguan Malaysia/Iand I>Berita Minggu/ISunday.
By Wong Chun Wai.
Inconsistency in views on situations plaguing world peace is just as dangerous as terrorism, said Malaysian Strategic Research Centre executive director Abdul Razak Baginda.
Wives of more than 120,000 Felda settlers nationwide are now recognised as joint beneficiaries with their husbands for the land titles, I>Berita Minggu/Ireported.
Reports from the Malay dailies.
THE Institute of Public Relations Malaysia Student Association (IPRMSA) UiTM Chapter and IPRMSA National Chapter will hold a seminar on I>Peace Through Effective Communication and Public Relations/Ion July 31 at Dewan Sri Budiman, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Shah Alam.
The handshake between Tun Abdul Razak Hussein and Chairman Mao Zedong was an electrifying moment in Malaysian history. On the 30th anniversary of Malaysia-China diplomatic ties, JOCELINE TAN traces the little steps that led to the historic handshake.
The ability to communicate, be part of a team and a willingness to learn are just some of the qualities graduates should possess. These were among the points made by four speakers in a forum on I>Beyond Academic Excellence: Enhancing the Quality of Future Global Leader./I>
The Prime Minister's visit to China this month will mark 30 years of relations between our two countries while reaffirming Malaysia's status as China's oldest and closest friend in the region. JOCELINE TAN reports.
The armed forces are on alert and ready to deal with any security threat in southern Thailand, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.