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JOHOR BARU: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) will encourage its undergraduates to involve in the community and social works and activities from time to time to enrich their life experience.
THEY say there are just three kinds of responses when bad things happen. The first is to sit back, watch and feel helpless. The second would be to feel bad about it and ponder over the meaning of it all.
PEKAN: Flood victims seeking temporary shelter at relief centres here received a pleasant surprise with the presence of a member of the royal family.
A MOTHER’S love knows no bounds and Zainah Hajeed is living proof. The 47-year-old single mother will be donating a kidney to her daughter Farah Nadia Hamzah on March 10.
A WEEKEND retreat organised by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) in Port Dickson, for Brickfields community leaders turned sour when the latter berated DBKL Planning deputy director-general Datuk Mahadi Che Ngah over the Jalan Travers name change.
The Residents Association (RA) of Adonis Blue Bukit Jelutong has an enviable record — out of 152 houses, 142 are members of the association.
EMPLOYEES from Unitab Medic Sdn Bhd took to the ground and visited a flood relief centre in Mentakab, Pahang recently to provide flood victims with free medical check-up and medicine.
FORMER factory worker Tan Eng Joo, 66, lost his right leg in a road accident about seven months ago.
KPJ Damansara has successfully deployed its second humanitarian mission to help flood victims in the east coast.
PEKAN: A three-year-old boy is suffering from heart-related ailment from birth and need to undergo an operation to correct his situation.