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Another 3 ATMs hacked in KL and Malacca

KUALA LUMPUR: The automated teller machine (ATM) hacking blitz continues with three more banks reporting losses from Latin American gangs on Tuesday evening.

And then there were eight ... Girls' Generation ousts star

SEOUL, Sept 30, 2014 (AFP) - One of K-pop's marquee acts, the girlband Girls' Generation, has kicked out one of its star members, sending shockwaves through the group's devoted fan base in South Korea, Asia and beyond.

UPSR leak: Resits nationwide proceed smoothly, pupils remain upbeat

KUALA LUMPUR: The resit of the 2014 Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) Science and English papers went smoothly and pupils were seen to be in high spirits while sitting for them.

Cops release images of suspected ATM hackers

KUALA LUMPUR: Police have released images of some of the suspects who drained out stacks of cash from ATMs in branches belonging to Affin Bank, Al Rajhi Bank and Bank Islam.

Life without Alvin ‘more peaceful’, says Vivian

PETALING JAYA: For Vivian Lee, the ex-girlfriend of sex blogger Alvin Tan, life has been “actually more peaceful and serene” in the three months since the 26-year old Tan jumped bail to seek asylum in the United States.

Hoping to graduate

EXCLUSIVE: Reprieved from the death penalty, Yong Vui Kong hopes to take up graduate studies in prison.

Hong Kong leader demands protests end 'immediately'

HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s chief executive Leung Chun-ying Tuesday called on protest leaders to “immediately” withdraw their followers from the streets in his first public comments since demonstrators were tear gassed by police.

30% VLT allowed for rear windows

MALACCA: The new level of tint for the rear windshield and passengers windows of cars must be at 30% of Visible Light Transmission (VLT) – down from 50% – under a new regulation from Nov 1.

The free speech conundrum

Democracy should also protect those who can be hurt by the unbridled freedom of expression.

10 undeniable signs you’re a workaholic

Are you one of them? Or are you slowly turning into one? Sometimes, being caught up in it all, it may be hard for you to even notice.

Satay sauce in five simple steps

Satay sauce is thick and rich with tons of flavours from various spices like ginger and lemongrass. Ways to making the satay sauce is no mystery. So, here are five simple steps to make the famous satay sauce.

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Sri Lanka police stop online media workshop - rights groups

COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka media rights groups said on Tuesday police had stopped an online journalists' association from holding a workshop on ethics and digital security at the weekend, the fourth disruption of media gatherings since May.

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Visitors at the Bon Odori festival checking out the various booths while some sat around, having a picnic with friends while waiting for performances to start

Soaking in Japanese culture

DESPITE the pouring rain, Japanese culture enthusiasts braved the weather to be part of the Japanese Dance Festival, better known as Bon Odori, recently.

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