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Postcard from Zaharah: Reviving the Royal weave with passion | New Straits Times

#NSTopinion The queen’s love for the #Royal #Pahang weave is legendary, as are her efforts to #promote it.

16/10/2021 7:47:00 PM

NSTopinion The queen’s love for the Royal Pahang weave is legendary, as are her efforts to promote it.

JUST when you thought that tea at an exclusive Mayfair Hotel with your own queen couldn’t possibly get any better, you found yourself sitting on the carpet with her at a London hotel apartment, surrounded by exquisite pieces of woven textiles.

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ERL launches RM1 special fare for all stops this weekend

KUALA LUMPUR: A special fare of only RM1 per ticket for the Express Rail Link (ERL) will run through the weekend.

Award honours Mexican biologist's passion for primates | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The passion for primates has inspired a Mexican biologist to make Malaysia her second home.

New rules for mosque, surau activities in Sabah | New Straits TimesNSTnation Mosques and surau in Sabah will be allowed to accommodate congregants at 50 per cent capacity.

7,420 new Covid-19 cases [NSTTV] | New Straits TimesNSTnation Malaysia registers 7,420 new Covid-19 cases, bringing the country's tally to 2,377,033. Covid19 Infections Coronavirus Read here:

Bill Cosby sued in New Jersey over alleged rape | New Straits TimesNSTworld An actress has sued Bill Cosby alleging that the disgraced comedian drugged and raped her in NewJersey 31 years ago, US court documents show.

Golden Globes to go ahead despite TV blackout over diversity row | New Straits TimesLOS ANGELES: The Golden Globes will go ahead despite NBC's decision not to broadcast the Hollywood award ceremony over concerns about its record on diversity and transparency, organizers said Friday.

Philippines begins vaccinations for teens aged 15 - 17 | New Straits TimesNSTregion COVID19 vaccinations for the country's more than 12 million teens aged between 15 - 17-years-old began yesterday with eight pilot sites in Metro Manila.