ALIZA SHAHnews@nst.com.myKUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak was delighted by the performance shown by the Harimau Malaya team despite their loss to Thailand in the AFF Suzuki Cup final. Najib who was present at the stadium during the match tweeted about how proud he was and hoped t
GEORGE TOWN: Two government clinics in Kelantan were submerged in waters up to chest level today as the flood crisis reaches a critical level in the state.
PUTRAJAYA: The Islamic Development Department (JAKIM) has invited members of the 25 former high-ranking civil servants for a dialogue on the status and practices of Islamic laws in the country.
MERSING: Four relief centres in the Mersing district which went into operation since Friday, closed after those seeking shelter returned to their homes after floods resided since early this morning.
KOTA BARU: The number of flood evacuees in Kelantan continues to rise with 19,902 people in shelters in seven districts today as compared to 14,508 people on Friday.
KUALA TERENGGANU: While the flood was affecting thousands of Terengganu folk in various districts, residents of Seberang Takir, here were busy gathering thousands of cockles that were washed out on the beach in the area.
TUMPAT: There is adequate supply of essential goods for residents in Kelantan even though the state has been hit by a major flood, said Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Hasan Malek.
LAHAD DATU: A soldier was killed while another six were badly injured when the truck they were travelling on was involved in an accident at Jalan Nipah Tengah, near Kampung Biuang here.
KUANTAN: With sunny skies covering the state capital since morning, the remaining seven evacuation centres have been closed.
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