Making films like Kurosawa

KUALA LUMPUR: The local film industry is now witnessing a revival with new titles released almost every month. Nonetheless, some criticism have been leveled against local producers and directors especially for over emphasising on materialistic values and lacking on determination... more »

Defer travel to Japan, Malaysians advised

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians are strongly urged to defer non-essential travel to Japan, especially to the disaster-hit northeastern part of the country. The Foreign Ministry said in a statement yesterday the advice was given in view of the earthquake-damaged Fukushima Daiichi... more »

Call for study over ‘poco-poco’ dance

KOTA BAHARU: The Mufti of Kelantan yesterday suggested that the National Fatwa Council conduct a study on the ‘poco-poco’ to determine its legal validity before deciding whether to ban the line dance popular at social events. Datuk Mohamad Shukri Mohamad... more »

Acting Broadcasting D-G ready to rejuvenate RTM

KUALA LUMPUR: Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM) celebrated its 65th anniversary yesterday (April 1). Being the pioneer broadcaster of the nation, RTM has contributed immensely in disseminating information and providing entertainment to the masses all these years. Nonetheless, the broadcasting landscape... more »

14 schools remain closed

KANGAR: Following flash floods since Tuesday, 14 schools in Perlis have remained closed while four others are used as flood relocation centres. Education deputy director-general Dr Zahri Aziz said the closure involved 4,500 students, 487 teachers and 137 non-academic staff.... more »

Drugs: M’sian nabbed at Karachi Airport

NEW DELHI: Pakistani customs officers seized four kilogrammes of psychotropic party drug ‘ice’ (Syabu) from a Malaysian teacher when he froze upon being quizzed over the contents of his luggage at the Jinnah Karachi International Airport. The 25-year-old suspect from... more »
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