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Don’t blame Smart Tunnel

THANKS to a series of recent flash floods, Klang Valley folk have become a paranoid lot who dread the sound of thunder. Their anger and frustration are rising with the floodwaters and, of course, with the number of hours wasted in the resulting traffic jams. Many cannot help but doubt the relevance …

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Perkasa: Dyana's mum shouldn't have kept mum

PETALING JAYA: The Malay right wing group Perkasa has spoken out regarding the departure of Yammy Samat, the mother of DAP’s Teluk Intan candidate Dyana Sofya Mohd Daud, saying that it was sad she had taken so long to admit she was part of Perkasa’s leadership. In a press statement, Perk …

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Huge win that highlights a divide

The Bukit Gelugor win was a sweet and poignant moment for the Karpal Singh family and the outcome suggests that the Chinese love affair with DAP is still going strong in Penang. KARPAL Singh’s legacy was re­­affirmed when his son Ram­karpal won in Bukit Gelugor on Sunday night. The victory was as …

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Budget 2015 to focus on coping with rising costs

PUTRAJAYA: Various measures are to be taken under Budget 2015 to help the people cope with the rising cost of living. “These include increasing food production levels, as well as curbing profiteering by the middlemen and speculative activities,” said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. “The D …

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Liew vows to rise from setback

PETALING JAYA: Although he failed to capitalise on the opportunity when it mattered most, Liew Daren is undaunted by the painful setback in his career. His defeat to Japan’s Takuma Ueda in the crucial third singles saw Japan winning the Thomas Cup for the first time. In fact, the 26-year-old Kuala L …

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