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KUALA LUMPUR: Brickfields police say a viral video claiming there was a flash flood around the KL Sentral area on Wednesday (May 25) is fake.
Lee Lee Lan founded the Federal Academy of Ballet in 1967 and trained many prominent professional dancers and dance teachers
KUALA LUMPUR: Wesak Day is usually celebrated in a big way among Buddhists in the country, but there are no street processions this year to avoid massive crowds as devotees emerge from two years of muted celebration due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has finally issued trading licences to seven elderly traders operating in Little India, Brickfields, whose stalls were seized in a pre-dawn raid five years ago.
THERE was a higher than anticipated turnout of devotees at Buddhist temples and centres in the Klang Valley for the Wesak Day celebration.
AFTER a two-year pause due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Buddhists in Malaysia will be able to physically celebrate Wesak Day tomorrow in temples.
KUALA LUMPUR: The massive flooding that caused thousands of motorists to be caught in a gridlock on KL roads on April 25, has led to 14 interim measures being launched to target 25 flash floodprone areas in the city.
Stakeholders want DBKL to allocate more funds for infrastructure projects such as drainage, multi-storey carparks and recreational spaces in its 2023 budget.
UPGRADING scupper drains, constructing new sump pumps, placing sandbags and desilting debris at flood retention ponds in 25 flood hotspots in the city are all part of interim measures taken by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to tackle the flash flood problem in Kuala Lumpur.