NSTletters The fate of Kashmir needs to be voiced and solidarity with their struggle must be echoed and supported. It's unfortunate that the people of Kashmir have not received protection from the world community.
Subsequently, Jammu and Kashmir were placed under emergency law. Once the dissolution of Article 370 was approved by Parliament, no fewer than 40,000 Indian troops were added to the province, making it the densest zone of military presence in the world.Read more: New Straits Times »
RM2.7mil's worth of seizure in 'Rose Quartz' drug bust in JB
JOHOR BARU: Police confiscated drugs and vehicles worth over RM2.7mil during a raid and arrested six men connected to a drug syndicate called 'Rose Quartz'. -- photo by THOMAS YONG
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Live theatre venues in Kuala Lumpur make a return, with SOPsTheatremakers return to work, but question remains whether live theatre can survive all the restrictions and regain its audience