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HOMES for financially disadvantaged children and orphans received gifts and essentials from UCSI Group as part of its efforts to give back to the community.
SYDNEY and KUALA LUMPUR: Much recent unrest, such as the "yellow-vest" protests in France and the US "Abolish the Super-Rich" campaign, is not against inequality per se, but reflects perceptions of changing inequalities.
KUALA LUMPUR: Cases of violence against women may be prevalent but are under-reported or mis-reported due to lack of awareness and redress, said concerned women activists.
MOTHER Teresa once said that while not everyone is destined to do great things, anyone can certainly “do small things with great love”.
BINA Darulaman Berhad (BDB) has appointed Datuk Mohamed Sharil Mohamed Tarmizi as its new chairman.
Students take part in various activities in conjunction with the National Day and Malaysia Day celebrations.
A letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Kuala Lumpur.
EXCLUSIVE: The government wants to make it mandatory for consumers to send certain unwanted electrical and electronic items to places licensed to handle e-waste.The proposed change in the law aims to reduce harm to the environment and public health when such waste is not disposed of properly.
Our columnist ponders whether the public one-stop crisis centres for women who have suffered from domestic violence are working as well as they should.
ARMED with screwdrivers and a zeal for change, a growing global movement is urging electronics giants to make devices that last longer and are easier to fix to cut the environmental fallout of the tech boom.