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Ex-temple committee members lodge report over mismanagement

SEVERAL former members of Bukit Tengah Sri Mangala Nayagi Amman Temple’s management committee have lodged a police report over alleged mismanagement at the temple, reported Malaysia Nanban.

Impatient crowd jostles for entry to Lima’19

DAY one of public visitation to the 2019 Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (Lima’19) was a crowd-puller, reported China Press.

Grandma digs own well at home

A MONTH-LONG water supply disruption drove a grandmother to dig a well behind her home in Felda Chini Timur 2, Pahang, reported Utusan Malaysia.

Fattah lodges police report against business partner

ACTOR Fattah Amin has lodged a police report against his MRP Inter­national Sdn Bhd business partner for refusing to allow him to examine the company’s financial statements, Utusan Malaysia reported.

Singapore bids for Unesco listing of its hawker culture

SINGAPOREAN authorities have officially submitted their application to Unesco to list the nation’s hawker culture as a world intangible heritage.

Former students donate RM5,000 to old school

A GROUP of former students of SJK (T) Palaniandy in Kepala Batas, Penang, donated RM5,000 for the development of the school library, Makkal Osai reported.

HK star Nicholas Tse finds it hard to stomach cookie crisis

HONG Kong star Nicholas Tse has cried foul at the attention on his brand of cookies supposedly containing cancer-causing compounds.

Body found in water tank at Felda settlement

FOR over eight months, some 10,000 residents at several Felda settlements in Jempol, Negri Sembilan, had been taking their water from a nearby tank, not knowing that there was a rotting body inside, reported several Malay dailies.

Group revives interest in traditional Tamil games

AN organisation in Penang is promoting traditional Tamil games to revive interest in such games among children, reported Malaysia Nanban.The Penang Muthamil Sangam recently organised a traditional games competition at a temple in Butterworth, Penang that included board games such as thayam, pallanguzhi and nondi, which is a type of hopscotch.

Tamil students to benefit from free education portal

THE Sri Murugan Centre (SMC) has launched the free Brahmastra education portal which will help more than 30,000 Tamil school students preparing for UPSR, Makkal Osai reported.