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Alor Setar

(ä`lôr sĕtär`) or

Alor Star

(stär), city (1991 pop. 165,113), capital of Kedah, Malaysia, central Malay Peninsula, on the Kedah River. It is a major center for trade in rice and rubber. The residence of the Sultan of Kedah is in the city.
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Travellers from both countries can now buy flight tickets to other cities in Peninsular Malaysia, including Langkawi, Penang, Alor Star, Kota Bahru, Johor Bahru.
In Malaysia, Continental produces truck, bus radial and OTR tyres for agricultural and industrial use at its plant in Petaling Jaya, as well as passenger, light truck radial and motorcycle tyres at a facility in Alor Star.
1) Surgeon, Hepatobiliary Unit, Department of Surgery, Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah, Alor Star, Kedah, Malaysia.
It is also learnt that this is the first time Marion jumped off the Alor Star Tower.
Guests flying on the AirAsia X network may also grab AirAsia's "Mind Blowing Fare" offer from as low as RM1 from Kuala Lumpur to destinations in Malaysia (Penang, Alor Star, Johor, Kota Bharu), Singapore, Begawan (Brunei), Hatyai (Thailand) and many more.
Kuala Lumpur, Dec 16 (ANI): The Alor Star City Council has found that 90 per cent of the city's budget lodgings are fire traps.
BAHRAIN's soccer club Muharraq are favourites to make progress in the semi-finals of the AFC Cup today when they take on Malaysian champions Kedah in the quarter-finals' second-leg match at 5pm (Bahrain time) at Darul Aman Stadium in Alor Star.
Nearby Alor Star gave the Japanese 1,000 barrels of high-octane aviation gas and tons of bombs.
News agency Bernama said the bus, travelling from Johor Bahru to the northern town of Alor Star, was going downhill when it hit the curb and went 20 yards off the road before overturning.
The unnamed man used the airline tickets to fly between his workplace in Alor Star and Taway on Borneo to visit his wife, according to the New Straits Times.
His own historical reconstruction also reveals the relative newness of the kampungs studied, as products of the sedentarization and centralization of a once-mobile population under the colonially strengthened sultanate in Alor Star.