At the time, NSTP Berhad had a whole range of newspapers including New Straits Times, the New Sunday Times, the Malay Mail, the Sunday Mail, the Berita Harian and its Sunday edition Berita Minggu and the late-morning Malay-language tabloids Harian Metro and Metro Ahad.

A strategic decision was made to focus on only one English newspaper, which was the New Straits Times.

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The Malay Mail is a newspaper in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, first published on 1 December 1896 when Kuala Lumpur was the capital of the then new Federated Malay States, making it the first daily to appear in the FMS.

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Traditionally, a new mum in confinement is helped by either: It is widely acknowledged that without someone to help, it would be difficult to fully observe the confinement taboos and practices for all 44 days.

However, some practices are still observed by many Malay women.

New mums in the Malay community generally consider the 44-day confinement period a test of patience.

At the same time, a great number of Malay women readily and willingly observe the restrictions and taboos that are part and parcel of this time-honoured postnatal tradition.

The newspaper was an afternoon edition which focuses on the local happenings and was promoted as “The Paper That Cares”.