S.Korea Ferry Incident: Body of boy who raised alarm found

S.Korea Ferry Incident: Body of boy who raised alarm foundAP Photo

MALCOY 8 OFF TO LEBANON

MALCOY 8 OFF TO LEBANON


Obama lookalike takes it in stride

24 April 2014

DOUBLE-TAKE: Local lawyer says even his parents started calling him Obama

Villagers raring to vote

4 April 2013

EXCITED: Village folk are confident to go out and vote as their safety is assured

Educate yourself about scholarships

3 April 2013

WHEN it comes to scholarships in Malaysia, they generally fall into one of two categories: corporate or government, or collegebased. Corporate or government scholarships are often a student’s best bet to study overseas, as many of them cover not only tuition costs, but living, computer and travel expenses as well. At the same time, they encourage their scholars to pursue their degree overseas and those that are for SPM school-leavers cover pre-university programmes.

Political stability, sound policy boon

24 April 2014

CONSISTENT AND TRANSPARENT: US firms operating here say Malaysia has excellent economic environment

All the President's blockbuster films By Chok Suat Ling

24 April 2014

MALAYSIA will roll out the red carpet for President Barack Obama on Saturday when he arrives for a three-day visit. Many are hopeful of catching a glimpse of the 44th president of the United States as he goes about his engagements here.

Honoured to serve

24 April 2014

Once elected, representatives must see out their term conscientiously

INSENSITIVE SWIPE: Don't let good sense run dry

24 April 2014

THE current water shortage situation and frequent cuts in supply must surely be getting on everybody's nerves by now.

Putrajaya everything a great city should be

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1 February 2013

PUTRAJAYA: Working in a big, bustling city has its drawbacks - from the symphony of sounds with cars honking and drivers swearing, to the never ending traffic jams and zero parking.

Dengue command centre to control outbreak

24 April 2014

PERAK has seen six dengue-related deaths since the beginning of this year.

Taking worlds by storm

25 April 2014

DRIVEN: Taylor’s counting on last year’s experience in title tilt

Protest against one-way street

24 April 2014

JOHOR BARU: MCA JB division youth chief Kua Song Tuck and six representatives of hardware and construction companies are protesting against a decision by the Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) to change a stretch of Jalan Tun Abdul Razak Susur 6 into a one-way road.

Iran nuclear deal proves elusive

25 April 2014

Foreign ministers from world powers struggled Saturday to nail down a landmark nuclear deal with Iran, with US Secretary of State John Kerry announcing his imminent departure and Iran's chief negotiator downbeat.

Irfan under pressure

24 April 2014

ASIAN GAMES: Midfielder’s place in squad under threat due to lack of playing time with Darul Ta’zim

BOXING: Meeraj targets podium finish in Glasgow

24 April 2014

MOHD Meeraj Omar hopes to emulate Muhammad Ali in the boxing ring.

Daren shown the exit in Seoul

24 April 2014

IT was a bad day for Malaysia’s men’s singles at the Badminton Asia Championships (BAC) in South Korea as Liew Daren, Goh Soon Huat and Chong Yee Han were all knocked out in the first round.

CYCLING: All eyes on Gilbert ahead of Fleche Wallonne

23 April 2014

BASTOGNE (Belgium): Philippe Gilbert’s tour de force on the Cauberg climb during Sunday’s Amstel Gold Race did more than bring him a third title in the Netherlands, it also established him as the favourite for today’s Fleche Wallonne.

Trio of firepower Action hero

18 April 2014

Mikael Andre is back in an explosive movie with Pablo Amirul and Fadlan Hazim, writes Dennis Chua

Volcanic adventure in Bromo

24 April 2014

Bromo’s sea of sand is unmistakably amazing. Intrepid photojournalist Izwan Ismail is spellbound by its wild and fiery beauty

Pulled to perfection

23 April 2014

A local denim brand celebrates our penchant for mamak dining, writes Nadia Badarudin

Sleep or suffer

22 April 2014

The lack of sleep robs our bodies of hours of repair and relaxation, leading to a host of health problems, writes Nadia Badarudin

Mining E-waste

21 April 2014

Apart from it being a growing industry, recycling used electronic goods also helps conserve the environment, writes Izwan Ismail

HERITAGE: Colours of Easter

20 April 2014

Today, Christians all over the world celebrate Easter. Samantha Joseph checks out how our Christian communities honour its spiritual significance

Nose for romance

19 April 2014

Pheromone parties are the latest craze. Kerry-Ann Augustin wonders if you can really sniff out a lover