With the facts given below, you are required to write a lead. You should use Pengkalan Hulu and today's date in your dateline.

A businessman is found dead. He is identified as Wong Ah Chan from Sungai Petani, Kedah. The torched body of the businessman is found in his car in a jungle at Kilometer 18, Felda Lepang Nenering near Pengkalan Hulu. The car is believed to have been set ablaze two or three days ago. The information is given by Pengkalan Hulu crime chief, Assistant Suprintendant Yusoff Sulaiman at a press conference in his office today.

Please answer the facts given in the lead format.

Explain the difference between writing for new media and writing for traditional media.....

This course exposes the students to the spiritual dimension of Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism. It discusses the importance of spiritual aspect and its roles in the religions. The spiritual aspects are; human relations with God, the process to enhance  human spiritual which involves the process of purification of the soul, the ritual practices such as meditation and concentration, the value system and the spiritual regulation. The students will also learn that the spiritual aspects emphasise the importance to live in harmony with other people based on mutual respect.

Assalammualaikum. Kursus ini adalah pendedahan tentang falsafah perbandingan aklhlak antara agama.Slide akan diberikan setiap minggu.Semoga kalian mendapat keberkatan menimbu ilmu.

About the Course This course is divided into 4 parts: Part 1: provides an overview of the course Part 2: focuses on interpersonal communication Part 3: on group and organisational communication Part 4: on mass communication.

Course Learning Outcome

CO1: Define communication theory and its scholarly traditions

CO2: Distinguish between objective and interpretive worldviews

CO3: Demonstrate how a theory is applied to a research project

CO4: Classify theories according to the objective and interpretive worldviews

CO5: Organize communication theories according to interpersonal, group/organizational, and mass communication contexts