Selangor Times
Monday
27·03·2017
Issue 118

 

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Cahaya
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Pandan Indah
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Taman Jaya
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(Distribution by hand) Morning
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(Saturday morning)
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Jalan 17/27
SS15 Subang Jaya
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Taman OUG
Pasar Taman Megah
Pasar Jalan Othman
Pasar Jalan 17/2
Pasar Sek 14
Pasar
Seri Setia
SS9A/1
Pasar Kg Chempaka
Taman Tun Dr Ismail
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Universiti Kebangsan Malaysia
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INSIGHT

Where does our rubbish go to?

Before sanitary landfills came along, local councils used to dump collected waste at sites that lack proper facilities to contain leachate and landfill gases such as methane (flammable), carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide.

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From dumpsites to green energy producers

What can we do with landfills after they are filled to the brim? Most are turned into recreational parks as decades would have to pass before the land is suitable for major construction.

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A Foodie’s Guide to Food Courts 

There are more than 2,600 restaurants and eateries in Klang Valley. That’s a very conservative estimate. If that number is halved, we may haphazardly reach a conclusion that there could be at least 1,300 food courts in the valley.

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2012 Happenings in Selangor

Busy road year ahead

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Top 10 Highlights of the year in 2011

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Occupying Kuala Lumpur

A group of Malaysians have raised the ire of the authorities by gathering in the heart of downtown Kuala Lumpur every week. Gathering in numbers of about 30 to 40 each time, they began meeting up at Dataran Merdeka on Saturday nights, but soon had to relocate.

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The worldwide movement

This call denotes that the bulk of Occupy protestors feel they belong to the 99% in a society where 1% of the population controls a majority of the wealth.

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Arts fest brings villagers, artists together

Artists from as far as the United States and Europe showcased their art at the Sasaran International Arts Festival 2011 at Sasaran village here last week.

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In appreciation of the arts

Artists at the 2011 Sasaran International Arts Festival say the event gives the public a chance to see them at work, which will lead to greater appreciation of the arts.

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What makes activists tick?

Most children grow up writing essays about becoming lawyers, doctors, engineers, ballerinas, footballers and even accountants. Few aspire to be tree-hugging activists.

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When life changed for Ghani, Adrian and me

Life has always been good. Well, pretty good anyway, all things considered.

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Laporan Rakyat: Evaluating the voted

“Can you name your state assemblyperson or Member of Parliament?” asked one of our reporters during a quick survey. The reply was brief but telling. “I don’t know. Why should I care who they are or what they do?” answered the man as he hurried towards the LRT station.

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Doing more with less: The Shadow Budget 2012

Aiming to manage resources more effectively and raise the standard of living in the country, Pakatan Rakyat presented its first Shadow Budget on Oct 4. Released ahead of the Federal Budget 2012, the Shadow Budget 2012 was touted as doing more with less.

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Bullish amid uncertainties

Stagnant wages, rising prices  and a soaring budget deficit had left concerned Malaysians anticipating the Federal Budget 2012 with bated breath.

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The struggle for academic freedom and autonomy

Much attention has been drawn to the state of academic freedom in Malaysia due to the suspension of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) law professor Dr Abdul Aziz Bari last month. Aziz was investigated by IIUM and the police under the Sedition Act for questioning the Selangor Sultan’s decision on the Selangor Islamic Religious Department’s (Jais) raid on Damansara Utama Methodist Church (DUMC) in August.

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In for a sweet treat

 

 

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A Majestic presence

 

 

 

 

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