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Woman shares harrowing encounter with stalker in Pavilion Damansara Heights parking lot
SHAH ALAM - A woman, identified as Tina on social media platforms TikTok and Twitter, has shared a...
Witnessing a character like Nanami reference Kuantan in his final moments is both an honourable and melancholic experience. - FILE PIX
Kento Nanami's dream: A journey to Kuantan
SHAH ALAM - In the latest episode of the widely acclaimed anime series, Kento Nanami, a beloved...
The number of victims, for now, remains at five, with three deceased and two critically injured. - FILE PIX
Collapsed warehouse: Cops nab four victims who fled the scene
GEORGE TOWN - The Search and Rescue (SAR) operations for the remaining four victims of the logistics...
R. Gunasellan, 52, (second from right) R. Anandan, 35, (second from left) and A.F. Adrian Raj Dominic, 29, (centre) pleaded not guilty to the charge before Judge Rohaida Ishak. Photo by Bernama
Three friends charged with gang armed robbery involving jewellery worth RM1.4 million
KUALA KANGSAR - Three friends were charged in the Sessions Court here today with armed robbery,...
While the features of a smart city are already visible in and around Kuala Lumpur, experts view there is still a need for improvement because the smart city concept does not always equate to cutting-edge technology but rather focuses on creating human-centric and people-first cities, as well as achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Photo for illustrative purposes only - 123RF
Build smart cities that are people-oriented, not entirely tech-centric - Experts
KUALA LUMPUR - As a city dweller who has resided in Kuala Lumpur for almost 10 years, Salina Ahmad...
A screenshot of a viral video showing a man urinating at the parking post of a parking lot at a shopping complex.
Australian man caught peeing on parking post
SUBANG JAYA - An Australian man has been arrested for urinating at a parking post at a shopping...
Addressing stress, sleep and routine changes can help reduce the phenomenon of infant deaths in cars.
Employer's role in preventing tragedies: A macro-level approach
EXPLORING the commonality between forgetting to mail a letter, leaving keys in the car and the...
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'Forgetting can happen to anyone, but we can prevent it'
INCIDENTS of children being left in cars resulting in fatalities are not a new issue, as such...
Former MBI Kedah CEO Muhamad Sobri Osman pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court today to charges of soliciting and accepting gratification in connection with a joint venture mining of REE in Kedah. - Photo by Bernama
Former Kedah MBI CEO charged with corruption over joint venture REE mining
ALOR SETAR - Former Kedah Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI Kedah) chief executive officer pleaded not...
Inspector Sheila was charged again in the Magistrate's Court for causing public nuisance by scolding, shouting and honking her car at a woman in a parking lot of a shopping mall last June. - BERNAMA FILE PIX
Inspector Sheila charged again with causing public nuisance
KUALA LUMPUR - A policewoman known as 'Inspector Sheila', was charged again in the...
Truce was never really a truce, says Palestinian journalist
Agus under investigation for sexual harassment allegations - IGP
Gaza faces renewed airstrikes as Israel accuses Hamas of truce violation
A glimpse into the power players at COP28
Man detained over criminal threats against PM
Nine cases of monkeypox reported in Malaysia
Nine cases of monkeypox infection (mpox) involving a foreign national and eight locals were reported in the country between July and November this year. - Photo 123RF
GEG: Khairy's fight for public health continues
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Child sexual abuse cases tops JKM's list - Nancy
Nancy - Bernama
Why Sabah and Sarawak MPs are 'not on the same page' with Federal Government?
Malaysia's two eastern states, Sabah and Sarawak, have consistently disagreed with the Federal Government, resulting in a lack of consensus among their MPs. - Pix by Sinar Daily
Home Ministry drafting bill to safeguard welfare of police retirees, former police officers
The Home Ministry is drafting a bill to regulate the welfare aspects of police retirees, as well as former police officers, said its deputy minister Datuk Seri Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah. - BERNAMA FILE PIX
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