By Nurul Halawati Azhari

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) is working on a device to detect the presence of female Aedes mosquitoes, the ones responsible for the dengue menace.

From Hairul Nizam Baharin

Hairul Nizam Baharin a photographer with Bernama recounts the unforgettable first hand experience he endured during his recent assignment in flood stricken Kelantan. This is his second article.

KOTA BAHARU (Bernama) -- It has been about a month now since Kelantan was hit by the deluge that displaced more than 134,000 people in the state and left behind an unforgettable experience for anyone who was there when the water covered much of the landscape.

From Melati Mohd Ariff

Bernama's writer Melati Mohd Ariff was in Dubai recently and was impressed with the array of fruits from all over the world available in the hypermarkets there. As not much Malaysian fruits were available, the writer inquired with a Malaysian official there on the efforts to promote Malaysian fruits in the Middle east.

DUBAI (Bernama) -- "This is star fruit. And that is a mango."

By Sakini Mohd Said

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- The sufferings and the loss endured by the flood victims particularly in the East Coast states touched the heart of actress Diana Danielle Danny Beeson.

By Nursuraya Ali

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- The new school term has just begun, for a parent, choosing the right school for their children to start the journey in education is most crucial.

By Ali Imran Mohd Noordin

KUALA KRAI (Bernama) -- After cleaning the mess in his house caused by the recent floods, Borhanuddin Mahmud, 66, of Kampung Manek Urai Baru with his muddied clothing set off on his motorcycle to his elder sister's house who lived about a kilometre away.

From Adnan Jahaya

ZURICH (Switzerland) (Bernama) -- The name Yaw Hwa Chin may not ring a bell for most Malaysians, but in Switzerland this man is a highly regarded master in martial arts.