KOTA BARU: The National Security Council has quashed rumours that the whole of Kelantan would be submerged soon, following an impending release of water from a dam in Narathiwat.
ASSISTANCE: It will be given to all flood victims irrespective of race
KOTA BARU: The number of flood victims across Kelantan reached 20,000 this morning.
PEKAN: THE growing demand from abroad for circumcision should encourage local companies to expand their latest male circumcision methods and techniques to the overseas market, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
RANTAU PANJANG: A family of three survived on biscuits for nearly two days while they were taking shelter from floods in the ceiling of their home, here.
THE flood in Kelantan reached a critical level as the number of evacuees continued to rise with 19,902 people in shelters at seven districts yesterday, compared with 14,508 people on Friday.
KUANTAN: The trauma a flood victim underwent while wading 50m through waist-high floodwaters carrying her 8-month-old son was healed when she received a visit from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak yesterday.
KUALA LUMPUR: THE MALAYS, as a result of being divided, have unwittingly become the “minority” in a country where they are the majority, said former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
BATU PAHAT: FOREIGN vehicles entering Johor from Singapore will be charged a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee of RM20 from the middle of next year.
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