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Body of woman with multiple slash wounds found near burnt car in Klang

KLANG: The body of a woman was found with multiple slash wounds on her neck, face and hands and left near a burnt car at Taman Klang Jaya here.

A police car blocks access to the scene of a mass shooting at the Cameo Nightlife club in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. March 26, 2017. - Reuters

One killed, 14 wounded in Ohio nightclub shooting

WASHINGTON: One person was killed and 14 others wounded early Sunday in a shooting at a packed nightclub in Cincinnati, Ohio, police reported.

We women can do anything, says HK entertainer Maria Cordero

PETALING JAYA: Veteran singer Maria Cordero entertained and inspired the crowd at Star Media Group's WOW Talks and Bazaar, singing three songs and openly sharing her life story with advice to women not to bemoan their lot in life but to seize it 'because we can do anything'.

Chen, with leg in brace, and his colleagues performing an operation. Photo: Handout

Chinese orthopaedic surgeon performs surgery wearing leg brace

BEIJING: A doctor in Shanghai performed two operations with his left leg in a brace after he injured his Achilles tendon five days ago, news portal Thepaper.cn reported.

From left: Tiara Jacquelina, Datuk Kong Sooi Lin, Jesrina Arshad and  Major Shera Ann Bosco at the WOW Talks and Bazaar.

Sisters are doing it for themselves

PETALING JAYA: “It ain’t the size of the dog in the fight but the size of the fight in the dog,” says Major Shera Ann Bosco.

Let’s get more women into aviation, says AirAsia CEO

PETALING JAYA: Although low-cost carrier AirAsia Bhd and its long-haul sister company AirAsia X Bhd already have quite a number of women on board as pilots and engineers, it wants more.

Hong Kong's leader-elect Carrie Lam says first task is to reduce social tensions

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Carrie Lam, who won an election to become Hong Kong's first female chief executive on Sunday, said afterwards that her first job is to reduce social tensions.

Vettel wins Australian Grand Prix for Ferrari

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix for Ferrari on Sunday to dash Mercedes' hopes of extending their dominance into a fourth successive season of Formula One.

Women must kick ‘buts’ … yeah, you read that right

PETALING JAYA: Women can achieve more if they learn how to kick the “buts” out of their vocabulary, says a former minister who was more popularly known as the “Iron Lady” during her Cabinet tenure.

Goh speaking at the opening of the WOW Talks and Bazaar at SEGi University in Kota Damansara on Sunday.

Having women leaders is good business sense

PETALING JAYA: Many organisations are learning that having women in their management teams makes good business sense.

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Frustrated Mercedes lose grip as 'stressful' season looms

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Mercedes' three-year domination of Formula One looked on shaky ground on Sunday as the Silver Arrows' confidence was rocked by Ferrari pace and a Sebastian Vettel victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

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