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Tun Razak and Tun Ismail – the movie

PETALING JAYA: The extraordinary friendship between Tun Abdul Razak Hussein and Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman will be depicted for the first time in a movie.

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Hugging for India’s security

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hugged US President Barack Obama in New Delhi, it marked what could be the distant opening bell of a great geopolitical game.

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Food for thought Food for thought

DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid found throughout the body. It is the predominant structural fatty acid in the central nervous system and retina and is crucial for brain development, as well as being an important structural component of the heart tissue.

Nation

Big wins for TBWA KL, Maxis

PETALING JAYA: TBWA Kuala Lumpur and Maxis Bhd are the inaugural winners for the Malaysia EFFIE Awards’ Agency of the Year and Brand of the Year awards respectively.

Nation

Anwar ‘concerned’ over Dr M probe

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is “concerned” that former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is the subject of an investigation and was questioned by police.

World

China's Xi says wants South China Sea issue resolved peacefully

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China has always insisted the dispute in the South China Sea should be resolved peacefully through talks, but the government has a responsibility to protect the country's sovereignty and maritime rights, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday.

Nation

Justo’s lawyer revealed ‘untampered’ 1MDB documents, claims Ramesh

PETALING JAYA: Ramesh Rao Krishnan Naidu claims that he has seen the “untampered” documents relating to 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).

Singapore

All Singaporeans above 25 to get RM1,500 education fee credit each

SINGAPORE: Starting next year, Singaporeans will get S$500 (RM1,533) to spend on a range of 10,000 courses to upgrade their skills.

World

Myanmar prepares for first free vote in 25 years

YANGON/MANDALAY, Myanmar (Reuters) - Myanmar goes to the polls on Sunday, taking its biggest stride yet in a journey to democracy from dictatorship, but the legacy of military rule means opposition icon Aung San Suu Kyi cannot become president even if her party wins a landslide.

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‘Our policy is to maintain peace’

SINGAPORE: There will never be a problem with freedom of maritime navigation or overland flights in the South China Sea, pledged Chinese president Xi Jinping.