Foul-smelling water: Air Selangor receives 94 new complaints

KUALA LUMPUR: Pengurusan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Air Selangor) has received 94 new complaints on foul-smelling water from consumers, bringing to 1,046 the total number of complaints lodged by consumers since last Sept 29. Its Customer Relations and Communications head, Abdul

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SMK Seri Kota Puteri 2 examination centre to be relocated

JOHOR BAHRU: The PT3 and Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination centre at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Seri Kota Puteri 2, Masai here, will be relocated to another school if the authorities fail to control the Taman Perindustrian Kota Puteri illegal

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Customs seize cigarettes with fake tax stamps worth RM18 million

DENGKIL: The Royal Malaysian Customs Department (RMCD) has confiscated RM18.13 million worth of contraband and smuggled cigarettes in Ops Tampal operations around the Klang Valley which started on Sept 22. Customs director-general Datuk Seri Paddy Abd Halim at a press

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Malaysia ranks 23rd in protecting children from sexual exploitation

KUALA LUMPUR: Among 60 countries, Malaysia ranks 23rd in the Out of The Shadow Index which examines how countries are responding to the threat of sexual violence against children. The report conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shows, within Southeast

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Leaked PT3 papers: Parents, students should remain calm

KUALA LUMPUR: Parents and students need to remain calm and not make rash decisions over claims that several Form 3 Assessment (PT3) examination papers were leaked recently. Penggerak Ibu Bapa Komuniti Kebangsaan (KPIBKK) representative Faizal Mohammad Arshad said parents should

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Tammy Abraham: Chelsea striker ‘undecided’ on England future

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham says he “has not decided” on his international future, after scoring in Wednesday’s Champions League victory over Lille. The 22-year-old is yet to play in a competitive fixture for England but appeared in friendly draws with Germany

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Gandhi’s ashes stolen on 150th birthday

Thieves stole some of Mahatma Gandhi’s remains on what would have been his 150th birthday, police say. The ashes were taken from a memorial in central India, where they had been kept since 1948 – the year of Gandhi’s assassination

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Paris attack: ‘Two female cops’ among 4 killed in blood-soaked knife rampage

PARIS: Two female cops were among four people killed by a knife-wielding colleague at a Paris police station today in a “moment of madness”, according to reports. The assailant is said to have entered the police headquarters in the French

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Thai cave rescue movie promises thrills at Busan

From flooded passages lit by headlamps to urgent voices echoing off cramped walls, the director of The Cave – the first big-screen retelling of Thai rescue operation –promises to capture the peril of the mission when it premieres at Busan International Film Festival.

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Lady Gaga jokes about next album

IN A week full of unusual album teases, the pop powerhouse suggested a surprising title for her next album. Lady Gaga recently tweeted that the highly anticipated follow-up to her 2016 Joanne will be titled after British singer-songwriter Adele. Although this title is

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