Selangor Times
Friday
24·03·2017
Issue 118

 

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INSIGHT

2012 Highlights

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Night of the Silent Killer

TRAGEDY struck Bukit Antarabangsa just four years ago when a landslide crept up unsuspectingly on sleeping residents, sweeping away houses and claiming six lives.

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Running Selangor

DATUK Mohammed Khusrin Munawi reported to work amidst fierce dispute between the federal and state government over his appointment as the state secretary on Jan 3, 2010. 

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100 not out

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Living under the shadow of Ops Lalang

ALTHOUGH it has been 25 years since 106 individuals were detained under the now repealed Internal Security Act 1960 (ISA) during Operasi Lalang (Ops Lalang), the ripples continue to be felt today. More so by the print media.

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Keeping it small for art’s sake

South Korean prodigy Jung Sungha burst into the YouTube scene when he was five. “Mojo” Myles Mancuso was already fronting his own band and performing in New York City by the time he was 14 years old. 

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AES – Enforcement or Profit?

SPEEDING, running red lights, changing lanes without signalling, reckless and dangerous driving, inconsiderate or unwary drivers - such instances are common on Malaysian roads and chances are many drivers have encountered some if not all of the above in a single day.

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A right to human rights

THE Second World War was dubbed the deadliest conflict in human history as it included mass civilian deaths from the Holocaust and the atomic bombings of two cities.

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Can it transform our education system?

PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak unveiled the preliminary National Education Blueprint on Sept 11, which laid out the federal government’s ambitious plan to revamp the country’s education system from 2013 to 2025 in three waves.

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Making affordable housing affordable

According to the Universal Declaration of Human RIghts, everyone has the right to own a standard and affordable housing which is decent and adequate to the person’s lifestyle.

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A case for sex education

According to police statistics, there were a total of 1,652 reported cases of rape in 2011 involving victims who were minors. This accounts for half of the total number of 3,301 cases.

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Making cars cheaper

Modern lifestyles and urban living have introduced to us many items which make life easier and that we now cannot live without – mobile gadgets and computers to name a few.

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The hushed riot of Sabah

DID you know there was a riot in Sabah in 1986? Fish bombs were detonated at cities and towns. Buildings burned. Cars flipped over. Five people died. However, no one was held responsible and the instigators got away.

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Remembering Teoh Beng Hock

Mysterious fall. Open verdict. Suicide. It’s been three years since political aide Teoh Beng Hock was found dead at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)’s office in Shah Alam but the cause of his death remains contentious till today.

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Being Malaysian

TODAY is our 55th Merdeka Day. And in two weeks we will be celebrating Malaysia Day. Selangor Times spoke to three Malaysians to find out their feelings on this auspicious day. BASIL FOO has their stories.

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FOOD

In for a sweet treat

 

 

TRAVEL

A Majestic presence

 

 

 

 

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