KUANTAN: An aggressive 20-year-old male elephant put up a fierce fight during a relocation attempt by the Pahang Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) at Kampung Seberang Kawah, here, yesterday.
ALOR STAR: The Kedah Immigration Department rounded up 69 foreigners during an operation to weed out illegal immigrants at two locations here early yesterday morning.
SCOLIOSIS: Two need RM20,500 each to correct spinal curvatures
WORRYING TREND: Most fatalities involve heavy vehicles along North-South Expressway
MIRI: An argument between a husband and wife took a turn for the worse when a pair of scissors ended up in their daughter's skull.
DANGER: Penang residents fear for their safety
DEMONSTRATION: Call for action against DAP chief Lim Kit Siang for calling Najib a 'devil' during ceramah
MALACCA: The stage is all set for Barsi, the largest Sikh event in the world outside Punjab, to commemorate the death anniversary of Sant Baba Sohan Singh Ji.
PUTRAJAYA: The Youth and Sports Ministry is expecting at least 100,000 people to participate in the Putrajaya Youth Festival 2013, which promises a wide spectrum of activities.
HOTLY ANTICIPATED: Presidential election expected between January and March, says Palanivel
PEACE, LOVE AND HARMONY: Buddhists celebrate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha yesterday
WATER DILEMMA: Consumers need to reduce water usage while efforts are made to increase supply
STAYING RELEVANT: DPM, however, says Gerakan proposal should be studied in detail
PETALING JAYA: PKR will be filing a petition for the Balik Pulau parliamentary seat in Penang following allegations of discrepancies found in the recently concluded general election.
IPOH: The Perak opposition pact will finalise the number of election petitions to be filed next week.
BESUT: Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh may sue PKR and its strategy director, Rafizi Ramli, for slander.
KUALA LUMPUR: The trio who were arrested for allegedly making seditious remarks during a forum on May 13 were released from police detention yesterday.
MALACCA: The recent arrests of opposition party leaders under the Sedition Act 1948 is not politically motivated.
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Paul Low officially resigned as the president of Transparency International Malaysia (TI-M) yesterday.
KUALA LUMPUR: MIC acting president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel has told newly minted deputy minister and Hindraf leader P. Waytha Moorthy to stop making negative remarks against the party.