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PETALING JAYA: Nutritionists have lauded the Education Ministry’s encouragement to parents and teachers to provide free food for poor pupils in smaller schools without canteens as part of the Supplementary Food Programme (RMT).Nutrition Society of Malaysia president Dr Tee E. Siong said it is good to get parents involved as it will increase their awareness on what is important and healthy for their children.
MANILA: A restive volcano in the Philippines has a high risk of eruption as it is “recharging” with fresh magma and rising emissions of toxic gas, a top scientist said, while authorities ordered commercial establishments to stay shut.
JAKARTA: Following the massive floods that struck Tangerang city in Banten at the turn of the new year, the city administration has imposed several measures for better flood control amid warnings of extreme weather during the rainy season.
KUALA LUMPUR: An additional 4,000 pupils are being served free food in primary schools following the launch of the much talked-about programme by the Education Ministry.
FROM DR MANIMALAR SELVI NAICKER , Histopathologist and statistician
JOHOR BARU: The state government hopes that the Supplementary Food Programme (RMT) will be expanded to at least two schools in each of the 10 districts in Johor.
There was a street bazaar, a lion dance and games of chance. But what drew the crowd to the crystal fountain of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur was a surprise concert by Malaysian hip-hop star Namewee.
MANILA: A restive volcano in the Philippines has a high risk of eruption as it is "recharging" with fresh magma and rising emissions of toxic gas, a top scientist said on Monday (Jan 20), while authorities ordered commercial establishments to stay shut.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Selangor still has the highest number of schoolchildren infected with influenza, with 863 cases of Influenza A and H1N1.
BEIJING: Bundled up in winter clothes as they head home for the Lunar New Year holiday amid a health scare over a mystery new virus, Chinese travellers on the teeming concourse of Beijing West station were evenly split between the masked and the barefaced.