ATTRACT AND INFORM: Focus to be on social, cultural aspects, says chief minister
INSTABILITY: Disunity among leaders can cause govts to collapse, says Raja Nazrin
PEACE OF MIND: Retiree promised not to be bothered any more
PUTRAJAYA: The four-day Putrajaya Youth Festival 2013, which started yesterday, is expected to attract some two million people, including volunteer workers and participants.
SHAH ALAM: Erni Dekritawati Yuliana Buhari can now heave a sigh of relief after waiting for three years because the four men accused of murdering her mother, Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya, have been found guilty.
STERN WARNING: Trio made seditious remarks, says KL police chief
STEP IT UP: Cooperation vital to make Visit Malaysia Year 2014 a success, says DPM'
FOR NATION'S GOOD: PM's only wish for Wesak Day is to see everyone coming together as one united family
SUPER HEROES: Yesterday marked the 16th anniversary of Malaysians conquering the summit of Mount Everest. On Tuesday morning, another six braved the extreme conditions to emulate the feat. Yesterday, the seventh and the youngest Malaysian female climber reached the summit. Sukhbir Cheema captures the historic moment
SITI Hanisah Sharudin yesterday became the youngest Malaysian female climber to scale the summit of Mount Everest.
POLICE investigators in the Banting murder trial were commended for their work which was viewed to be of world-class.
KUALA LUMPUR: The attitude shown by MCA leaders prior to the 13th General Election has caused the party to lose 80 per cent of support from Chinese voters.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) should avoid repeating the mistake it did in 2011 by allowing those involved in illegal demolition of buildings and hilltop clearing to escape with light punishment.
PETALING JAYA: Former Puchong PKR chairman S. Murali was sentenced to 18 months' jail for preventing a school headmistress from discharging her duties two years ago.
KOTA KINABALU: A teacher of an interior school in Sabah has invented a pen that can help Physics students find the direction of the magnetic field without having to use their fingers, as is done in the traditional method.
TUARAN: Teachers should take the initiative to improve their command of English and Bahasa Malaysia so that they can better impart knowledge to their students.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Home Ministry has seized 2,540 copies of newspapers published by opposition parties nationwide for allegedly violating the Printing Presses and Publications (Amendment) Act 2012.
KUALA LUMPUR: A study on the redelineation of electoral constituencies, which was postponed two years ago, will begin soon, said Election Commission (EC) deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar.
ONE of the two Malaysians to conquer Mount Everest remembers the most memorable event of his life like "it was just yesterday".
PUTRAJAYA: Pandan member of parliament Mohd Rafizi Ramli has to stand trial in the Sessions Court for violating the Banking and Financial Institutions Act (Bafia).