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Bukit Beruntung Landslide: Residents May Be Allowed To Return In Three Days

Residents of the apartment affected in a landslide in Bukit Beruntung are placed at SMK Taman Bunga Raya. -pic by Sairien NafisHULU SELANGOR: Residents of the apartment affected in a landslide in Bukit Beruntung, here on Monday, should expect at least three days before they are allowed to return to their homes.

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Khairy Does Not Reveal Identity Of Athlete Involved In Doping Incident

Khairy JamaluddinKUALA LUMPUR: Youth and Sports Minister, Khairy Jamaluddin today confirmed a national athlete was involved in a doping incident.

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Tornado-Like Storm Damages Houses In Klang

 -Foto Lee Fu HaeKLANG: Some 30 houses and six apartment blocks at Jalan Banting and Jalan Besar Pandamaran were damaged when the roofs were torn off by what described by residents as a tornado at 2pm today.

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Remove Barriers For Women To Climb Leadership Ladder - Ministry Secretary-General

Datuk Sabariah HassanPUTRAJAYA - The 'invisible women syndrome' and the 'glass ceiling phenomenon' scenarios should be tackled in public, with corporate sectors ensuring full participation of women professionals in heading to the top.

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Strong Identity, A Fortress For Youths To Face Globalisation

Datuk Saroni Judi -Utusan picMELAKA - A strong identity is vital as a fortress for the youths to ward off negative elements in facing the challenging current era of globalisation, said Melaka Foundation International Foundation College chief executive Datuk Saroni Judi.

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Malaysian-born Orthopaedic Surgeon In World's First

-File picMELBOURNE - A Malaysian-born orthopaedic surgeon has put a cancer-stricken septuagenarian back on his feet after having his heel removed and replaced with a 3D printed titanium replica in a world's first.

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Displacement Of Drains Indicate Soil Movement - Dr Azman

Assoc Prof Dr Ir Azman KassimKUALA LUMPUR: Residents residing in landslide-prone areas have been urged to monitor the situation around their homes, especially the drains located in front of their premises, to ensure there are no incidences of soil erosion.

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RON95 Petrol Price Likely To Stay At RM2.30 Until June Next Year

Datuk Ahmad MaslanKUALA LUMPUR: The price of RON95 petrol is likely to stay at RM2.30 a litre until June next year, said Deputy Finance Minister, Datuk Ahmad Maslan.

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Ismail Hussein Laid To Rest

Body of Prof Tan Sri Dr Ismail Hussein was laid to rest at Bukit Kiara cemetery. -Pic byMuhd Asyraf SawalKUALA LUMPUR: Family, friends and compatriots today paid their last respects to former Federation of National Writers Association of Malaysia (Gapena) president Prof Tan Sri Dr Ismail Hussein, who was laid to rest at the Bukit Kiara Muslim cemetery here at noon.

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Two Cops Claimed Trial To Corruption

BUTTERWORTH: Two policemen pleaded not guilty today to soliciting and accepting bribes from a man believed to possess drugs.

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