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Nik Aziz’s son named in report

Kumpulan Militan Malaysia (KMM) leader Nik Adli Nik Aziz, the son of the Kelantan Mentri Besar and PAS spiritual leader, have been implicated in a meeting with clandestine groups in the region, which took place near the International Islamic University in Petaling Jaya.

China’s DPM due here for official visit

China's Deputy Prime Minister Li Lanqing will make a four-day official visit to Malaysia from today.

You can change your world

To challenge all students to give back to the community, Hotlink has launched I>A Nationwide Student Community Service Competition./I>

Factory operator dies in mishap

A 45-year-old factory operator was killed in a freak accident when a forklift knocked into her, before the logs it was carrying rolled off and crushed the lower part of her body in Nilai Monday.

Barred from the east, Thai gamblers head for Myanmar casinos

B>BANGKOK: /B>No wins, no losses and no draws. All is quiet at Thailand's border with Cambodia that is dotted with dozens of gambling dens and casinos.

Hun Sen's guards for Thai envoys

B>PHNOM PENH:/BThailand#8217;s envoys were guarded by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen#8217;s personal security team when they arrived here yesterday to take up their diplomatic mission after the two countries downgraded bilateral ties due to anti-Thai riots there.

Myanmar arrests political activists

B>YANGON:/BMyanmar's military government said yesterday it had arrested 12 opposition activists for plotting to create unrest, in a further sign of deteriorating relations between the ruling generals and the pro-democracy movement.

Police uncover smuggling of drugs from Indonesia

Police have discovered that drugs are beginning to be smuggled into the country from Indonesia instead of Thailand and Myanmar.

Phnom Penh governor sacked over riots

B>PHNOM PENH:/BThe Cambodian government dismissed the popular governor of the city yesterday, saying Thai intelligence had accused high-ranking officials of being behind anti-Thai riots here two weeks ago.

Singapore push for skilled workers

SINGAPORE: The unskilled foreign worker will be a rare sight at construction sites in Singapore from next year.