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Newsweek: The family of a retired electrician who was on his first cruise are looking for answers after he went missing from the vessel he boarded for a jaunt around South East Asia. Goh Hai Peng, 74, had boarded the cruise ship Genting Dream on August 4 in Singapore...
Malaysia Kini: Two shortcomings were identified following the launch of the project. ......
Hong Kong Standard: Previous Next Set to launch this August 23rd, multi-award-winning property consultancy, JadeLand Properties, is opening up their own in-house sales gallery dubbed “Jade Land’s Gallery & Event Space”. It is a versatile open-plan space for...
The Star: The renowned French poet and novelist Victor Hugo famously once said: “What is history? An echo of the past in the future; a reflex from the future on the past.” That seems to reflect the vision of theatre company TerryandTheCuz’s latest work called Light...
Malaysia Kini: HeiTech Padu clarifies Penang gov't will not incur capital or operational costs during seven-year contract. ......
China.dot.org: BANGKOK, Aug. 21 (Xinhua) -- ThaiDeputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan said on Wednesday that the latest spate of explosions in Thailand's deep southern province of Yala were unrelated with the Bangkok explosions earlier this month. At...
Malaysia Kini: Subang-based HiTech Padu Bhd only managed to install 30 parking lot sensors out of 647 for the PenangSmartParking project. ......
The Star: The Rediscovering ForgottenThaiMasters Of Photography exhibition at Ilham Gallery in Kuala Lumpur wraps up this weekend with a series of public programmes. The show, curated by Bangkok-based artist/photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom, presents a gallery’s...
The Star: Doctor, my husband walks very slowly but I thought it was just part of ageing. Until recently he had a few falls which made me think twice. Is there anything wrong with him?Madam L, a lady in her 60s brought her husband Mr L to my clinic. He walked in...
Deccan Chronicle: Kuala Lumpur: Zakir Naik on Tuesday apologised to Malaysians for making racist comments, after the radical Indian televangelist was grilled for 10 hours by police, which banned him from any public activities in the multi-ethnic country. The official Bernama...
Yahoo Daily News: Mumbai, August 20: Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Tuesday issued apology for his comments after the popular televengalist faced flak for making alleged "racist" remarks on the ethnic minoroties in Malaysia, including Hindus and the Chinese living...
India TV: Zakir Naik on Tuesday apologised to Malaysians for making racist comments, after the radical Indian televangelist was grilled for 10 hours by police and banned him from any public activities in the multi-ethnic country. The official Bernama news agency...