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> Marsha Milan denies she is converting to Islam
Actress, singer and TV host Marsha Milan Londoh has denied rumours that she is converting to Islam after Aidilfitri. She said any issue related to religion was sensitive and urged people not to spread rumours. Talk was rife that Marsha was set to convert ahead of her marriage to her boyfriend at end of this year.
> P. Ramlee's adopted son needs help
After a bicycle accident in 2011, things have not looked good for Sazali, son of the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee. The 55-year-old, fondly known as Jali Boy, went for surgery last year for a leg injury but it didn't heal. Now, doctors have advised him to go for another operation that will cost RM25,000 to RM40,000. Sazali is undergoing treatment at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Hospital and according to him, has yet to receive any assistance.
> Son beats up mum over drug money
A 36-year-old man was arrested after he beat up his mother who had refused to give him money to buy drugs. Muar police chief Azman Ayob said neighbours called the police, who managed to apprehend the suspect and seize the stick he used to beat his mother. The mother, who was seriously injured, has been admitted at the Sultanah Fatimah Specialist Hospital.
> Solve hawkers' issues instead of banning foreign cooks, Guan Eng told
Instead of banning foreigners from working as main cooks in hawker stalls, Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng should solve the issue of local worker shortage, a hawker on the island said. Chen Guan Qia said the state government should help to solve problems faced by the hawkers and not ask the public if they agreed to a ban on foreigners as main cooks. In a letter faxed to Chinese dailies and the Federation of Hawkers Association, Chen said he could not cook all by himself as there were 40 to 50 dishes to prepare daily.
> Actress Lee Sinje going to Hong Kong to keep eye on hubby Oxide Pang
Malaysian artiste Lee Sinje will accompany her movie director husband Oxide Pang for four months in Hong Kong, to keep him away from model Liddy Li. The couple's marriage has been on the rocks after Hong Kong media broke the news about Pang kissing and hugging Li in public in May.
> Wong duo have no plans for reunion
Malaysian singers Victor Wong and Michael Wong, who broke up after five years as a duo, have no plans to work together at the moment. Victor said he and Michael still maintained a good relationship but did not plan to work together. The duo split in 2000 when they were at the peak of their career, and fans have been hoping for a reunion concert.
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