By Shakir Husain
Bernama's correspondent in New Delhi Shakir Husain shares his take on the happenings in India.
NEW DELHI (Bernama) -- A new milk brand in India is dissing its rivals in newspaper advertisements over the quality of their milk.
The new producer essentially says people in India are drinking spurious milk and promises that its own product is pure.
Whether consumers take this brand's marketing campaign at face value or not is debatable, but what is unquestionable is that milk and dairy products in India score worryingly low on quality.
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By Norul Akma Mohd Zain
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama) -- Journalists will brave through rain, hail and shine, travel across seas and go into the midst of wars and natural disasters to get a story.
Sometimes, in the pursuit of reporting the truth, they face the risk of being sued, harmed and even killed.
However, the struggles they have to endure in the bid to deliver news matters little to them compared to the satisfaction of being able to effect positive changes in the community and the country through their work.
By Tengku Faezah Tengku Yusof
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) --He may be only four, but Aqfierudzar Rizq Mohd Sulhie is already making a name in the wayang kulit world.
He earned the title of tok dalang (wayang kulit puppet master and storyteller) two months ago, while performing in the programme ‘Joyful Malaysia’ at the lobby of Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA 2). The programme, which ran from a month starting Sept 9, was organised by the Kelantan Tourism Information Centre (TIC) with the cooperation of the Malaysia Airport Holdings Berhad (MAHB).
His father Mohd Sulhie Yusof, said the audience, particularly foreign tourists, were enthralled by his son’s ability to tell a captivating story while manoeuvring wayang kulit puppets from behind a white screen.