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PAGE_1 KUALA LUMPUR: Many hands make light work is embodied perfectly by the non-governmental organization (NGO) from Pertubuhan Wanita Islam (PERTIWI) yesterday. Pertiwi helps the homeless community around Kuala Lumpur as the rest of the contented city folks goes on with their good life. Some of the help provided are the Pertiwi Soup Kitchen, used clothes as well as health examinations from Pertiwi Health Services. About 80 percent of the homeless in the city are Malaysians while the remaining 20 percent are mostly foreigners from Indonesia, Bangladesh and the Philippines.Credit Photo: Faisol MustafaCredit Photo: Faisol Mustafa The homeless are asked for a valid identification document before going through the health examinations. To show her support for all that Pertiwi has done, Lembah Pantai Member of Parliament, YB Nurul Izzah Anwar joined the NGO in their latest effort recently. Nurul Izzah went to the streets, distributing food to the homeless near the Tune Hotel in the city, last night. Touching on the remarks made by the Federal Territories minister, Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor on the plan to fine RM150.00 the soup kitchens or those who gave alms to beggars, Nurul Izzah

MAS1 SINGAPORE - Khazanah Nasional, the biggest shareholder of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), has suggested privatization as an option ahead of a proposed restructuring of the loss-making carrier, reports quoted people with knowledge of the process as saying on Wednesday. Khazanah Nasional owns 69.4% of Malaysian Airline System Bhd, the company that owns the MAS brand. At its annual general meeting recently, MAS CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said the flag carrier needed a radical overhaul to survive as it