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Fake Mykads sold to foreigners

12:00 AM EXCLUSIVE: Hundreds of foreigners are believed to have bought MyKads for between RM4,500 and RM10,000 from a syndicate headed by a man claiming to be a former employee of the National Registration Department. The mastermind boasts that he has obtained ‘genuine’ citizenship documents and MyKads illegally for many Indonesians and Cambodians and the department has launched an investigation.

United Airlines reaches settlement with passenger dragged from plane

CHICAGO (Reuters) - United Airlines and the passenger who was dragged from a Chicago flight earlier this month have reached a settlement for an undisclosed sum, they said on Thursday, in the carrier's latest step to contain damage from an incident that sparked international outrage.

U.S. spacecraft shares first view from inside Saturn's rings

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - NASA's Cassini spacecraft sent the closest-ever images of Saturn on Thursday after surviving its first plunge inside the planet's rings, the U.S. space agency said.

Fellaini sent off as United hold on for goalless draw at City

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - MANCHESTER CITY 0 MANCHESTER UNITED 0

When it comes to investing money, the surest investment in Malaysia is your Employees Provident Fund (EPF) account. The EPF is mandated by law to pay a minimum return of 2% per year and deposits are fully guaranteed by the government. The only way anyone will lose money is if the government goes bankrupt, and that is not going to happen as it stands.

Why are M'sians investing hard-earned money in Ponzi schemes?

THERE is never a sure thing when it comes to making money. Risk, which ranges from low to high depending on the venture a person gets involved in, is ever present.

The problem returns: Water gushing out of the 205cm main pipe in Jalan Sierramas Barat, Sungai Buloh, yesterday. — NORAFIFI EHSAN /The Star

Over one million people in the Klang Valley are suffering because of one broken pipe

ALTHOUGH experiencing water disruption is a common thing in the Klang Valley, one thing that residents will not get used to is waking up to dry taps without prior notice.

ACP Megat (Right) showing off the ganja found during a narcotics raid. Police also arrested a Negerian suspect, believed to be a drug dealer.

Cook who ‘served’ ganja nabbed

SERDANG: For the past three months, a Nigerian cook has been making a bundle serving the local drug market.

Would you buy a pair of fake dirty jeans for RM1,846?

For the discerning gentleman who wishes to look like a labourer without actually getting dirty, you may want a pair of luxury dirty jeans, well it is actually fake dirt.

Busted: An MACC officer taking one of the suspects into custody.

12 held over foreign workers permit scam

PETALING JAYA: Twelve people, including two women, who acted as middlemen and agents to help renew temporary foreign workers permits (PLKS) have been detained by anti-graft officers in a sting operation.

Ready to serve: Visitors checking out the Lenggong health clinic opened by Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah.

Subra: Legal action will be taken against firm selling fake stevia

LENGGONG: Stern legal action will be taken against a company found to be peddling fake stevia products in the market, says the Health Minister.

Safe arrival: Najib inspecting an honour guard on his arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. — Bernama

South China Sea remains a concern

The framework of the code of conduct (CoC) in South China Sea being finalised by Asean and China may be adopted next month when se­nior officials meet. But concerns remain on “developments” still taking place in the hotly contested maritime area.

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The problem returns: Water gushing out of the 205cm main pipe in Jalan Sierramas Barat, Sungai Buloh, yesterday. — NORAFIFI EHSAN /The Star

Disruption angers residents

ALTHOUGH experiencing water disruption is a common thing in the Klang Valley, one thing that residents will not get used to is waking up to dry taps without prior notice.

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