PETALING JAYA: He was an assistant clerk in Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd (PJH), but made good money from his "side income".
JAKARTA: Jakarta's jailed Christian governor on Monday made the surprise decision to drop an appeal against his conviction for blaspheming Islam, his family said, as the United Nations stepped up pressure on Indonesia to overturn the controversial sentence.
HONG KONG: Cathay Pacific Airways is not done with its staff restructuring and will retrench 800 employees, 200 more than the number laid off on Monday as it plots a path back to profitability, sources told the Post.
TOKYO: Japanese pop star Ayumi Hamasaki is going completely deaf, she said on her blog Team Ayu on Saturday.
KLANG: A Year 6 girl allegedly leaped from the third floor of her school building because she was unhappy that she could not get along with her schoolmates.
BEIJING: Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma is teaching taiji philosophy to businessmen - at about 100,000 yuan (RM62,091) per course of six classes, Chinese media have reported.
SINGAPORE: A man who filmed a woman in the shower was jailed for four weeks on Monday after he admitted to intruding into the victim's privacy.
BANGKOK: A Thai-British model and actress, who killed a policeman in a road crash in 2015, was arrested early Monday on charges of drink driving and hit-and-run.
PETALING JAYA: If Lord of the Rings' Rivendell had its own elvish futsal team, this is where they would train.
NEW DELHI: An Indian woman cut off a man’s penis after he allegedly tried to rape her at her house in the southern state of Kerala, police said on Saturday.