Developers of the two buildings given until the end of February to contact the FT Ministry.
Surau's chief imam says flood had damaged the audio system, making it difficult to carry out prayers.
The rain sees water build up in the tunnel heading from Jalan Tun Razak towards KLCC and Jalan Loke Yew.
FT minister Khalid Samad says the selected candidate has vast experience in government service.
Descendants of the KL historical icon recalls how he rebuilt the place from tatters.
This, after letters purporting a Youth member had used the party name to obtain Ramadan bazaar plots went viral.
RAs and CSOs from KL, PJ and Penang recommend amending Local Government Act 1976 in the interim.
Among reforms proposed are to review and gazette KL2020 plan and implement open tenders for all projects.
UPDATED 3.40PM | Police say they are looking into possibility of IS involvement.
Alleys in Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, are given a facelift with vibrant, colourful murals.
Air pollution and petty crimes to blame for the city's 126th ranking, says ECA International.
Grim chances for KL to improve without a change of gov't, says Cheras MP.
MP SPEAKS | Unicef survey shows need for gov't to secure social safety nets for the poor.
This is to allow 30pct of the city to be turned into green areas, says an expert.
LETTER | Rampant development in Kuala Lumpur has caused mulitple problems.
The city attracted 12.29 million international tourists last year, says a Euromonitor ranking.
The KL-S'gor hawkers association says appointments should follow '1'Msia' spirit.
I guess the days where ‘government knows best’ are still kicking and very much alive. The words of ministers have to be the truth and always correct unless misquoted. Others, sorry... you either do not know or do not understand. Full stop.