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KUALA LUMPUR - The remains of 13 Malaysians in the tragic bus crash in Chiang Mai are at Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital, in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Malaysian Ambassador to Thailand, Datuk Nazirah Hussin said nine other Malaysians injured in the incident were being warded at various hospitals including Bangkok Hospital in Chiang Mai.

"One of the seriously injured underwent operation. The identity will be disclosed later," she said in a statement, here, Monday.

According to an international news report, the bus carrying 22 Malaysians skidded after hitting a pickup truck on the way from Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai.

Nazirah said the victims' next-of-kin had been informed of their whereabouts and were now on their way to Chiang Mai.

She also released the list of Malaysians involved in the accident, as follows:

DECEASED:-

1. Tan Thin Thin

2. Tan Sui Heng

3. Ker Bong Ngwang

4. Low Chee Lan

5. Ong Chai Hong

6. Ong Pek Ming

7. Chua Ah Kim

8. Lum See Seng

9. Ong Chui Hoe

10. Ker Ah Hwe

11. Teng Hian Min

12. Wong Yoke Ying

13. Png Ee Ting

INJURED:-

1. Tan Yang Soon

2. Ker Shin Hui

3. Ong Pek Ming

4. Ng Too Hiyok

5. Lum Jia Miem

6. Lim Ah Gek

7. Lee Siew Kim

8. Ted

PUTRAJAYA - A technical problem resulted in a temporary halt to the aerotrain service at the KL International Airport for about an hour today, according to airport operator Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd.

A spokesman said the problem was rectified by about 3pm.

During the halt in the aerotrain service, buses were used to ferry passengers, he added.

The aerotrain is an automated people mover that transports passengers between the main terminal building and a satellite building.

BERNAMA

BN component parties welcome the proposed Umno-PAS cooperation but are concerned about the position of other religions in the country.

MCA Religious Harmony Bureau chairman Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker said the party had viewed Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s efforts to bring the parties closer positively, as it would narrow the gaps of their differences.

He said the parties must take into account the interests of the rakyat without neglecting any quarters.

“If this is for the good of the

The toll for Tun Salahuddin Bridge at Petra Jaya here will be abolished effective Jan 1, confirmed Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem.

With the abolition of the toll at the bridge the whole of Sarawak would be toll-free, after Adenan’s administration successfully negotiated the abolishment of toll collection at Lanang Bridge in Sibu and Asean Bridge in Baram.

The tolls at Lanang Bridge and Asean Bridge were respectively scrapped in May and June this year.

“We have negotiated

KUALA LUMPUR - A car was set ablaze at the parking lot near Taman Jaya today, resulting in the fire spreading to six other nearby cars.

The incident involved a Toyota Vios and Proton Wira which were fully destroyed in the fire while a Suzuki Swift had 80 per cent of burns.

A Proton BLM, Proton GEN 2 and Honda also caught fire in the incident.

The fire was put out by 1.30pm.

Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar in a tweet today said police are investigating the incident.

PAS will not have a problem to forgive Umno and forget their old feud with it.

PAS secretary-general Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan said the party was ready to do so as it was part of its principles.

“There have been many leaders from other parties including Umno who have joined PAS and have a good standing in the party and are openly accepted.

“The new members joining the party will enjoy the same treatment in PAS as everyone else,” he told reporters today after attending the Perkasa convention at

KUALA LUMPUR: Parents and educators are the key pillars to implementing a culture of integrity in generations Y and Z, and not only through the formal education system alone.

The Malaysian Institute of Integrity (MII) president, Dr Anis Yusal Yusoff, said although the recommendations were already often made, the scenario among the the country's people remained status quo.

"I believe that a culture of integrity should be inculcated since childhood by parents and family members before the child

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