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KUALA KANGSAR - Barisan Nasional candidate in the Kuala Kangsar by-election Datin Mastura Mohd Yazid remains strong, despite the various accusations aimed at her on the social media and websites, said her son, Wan Emir Astar Wan Mohammad Khair-il.

Wan Emir, 26, who is the oldest sibling, has taken onto himself the responsibility of campaigning for his mother, who is still observing the "iddah" (the mourning period which Muslim women have to observe following their death of their spouse, or when they are divorced).

"The family remains together to face whatever tests that come. All we have to do is be ourselves and be honest, just like my late father (Wan Mohammad Khai-ril Annuar Wan Ahmad), who was always sincere in his doings," he told reporters at the nomination centre for the Kuala Kangsar by-election at the Perak Jubilee Hall here today.

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Malaysia's mesmerising culture and mouth-watering cuisine took centre stage at the recently-organised 'Malaysia Culture Day' in Krakow, Poland.

Presided over by Malaysian ambassador to Poland Datuk Ahmad Fadil Shamsuddin, the event also featured a Malaysian traditional fashion show as well as a Malay wedding presentation, narrated in English and Polish.

The Malaysian traditional dance segment was performed by Polish and Malaysian medical students from Warsaw University and Jagiellonian

KUALA LUMPUR – Australian Transport Safety Bureau chief Martin Dolan said the underwater search off the West Australian coast for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 will be called off as soon as July, unless significant new evidence emerges.

Dolan who is the person in charge of the search for the missing plane, said the Australian government had commissioned a search covering 120,000 square kilometres and they had about 15,000 square kilometres left to go, ABC.net.au reported.

"At this stage

PETALING JAYA - Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan has fired a salvo of questions at the Penang state government over the undersea tunnel project.

In a Facebook post, he said that in his original query, he did not ask if the entire RM6.34bil project was awarded based on open tender.

“I specifically asked if the three studies costing RM305mil were awarded based on an open tender,” said Abdul Rahman, who is Barisan Nasional strategic communications director.

In the Bursa Malaysia announcement on Astral

Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) secretary-general Rafizi Ramli has been urged to furnish proof on his allegations of demand for money and women in dealings with the PKR-led Selangor government to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

PKR president Datuk Seri Datin Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said, at the same time, the party's political bureau would also scrutinise the claims which were raised by the Pandan Member of Parliament several days ago.

"If it involves a party member, the member will

KUALA LUMPUR -- The Auditor-General's Report 2015 Series 1 tabled in Dewan Rakyat Wednesday showed excellent financial management performance by government agencies compared to the previous year.

Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang said 180 ministries, departments and federal government agencies received Excellent (5-star) ratings compared to only 114 in 2014.

"This significant achievement has indicated that the implementation of the Accountability Index has prompted Controlling Officers to

PUTRAJAYA - The image of Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) is no longer viewed as second class education, but rather the opposite, namely a career path for the nation's youth, says Youth and Sports Minister, Khairy Jamaluddin.

He said, previously, TVET was often viewed negatively - only for youths who were backward, in that they had failed to finish their schooling until form five; expelled from school or had attended juvenile correction centres.

"However, with continued

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