X Close

Nation

More Nation Stories

  • Filter by

And the bad news

29 November 2014

The free fall in global crude oil prices is likely to lead to poor performances by oil and gas companies, including Petronas.

Court: Insurance firm must pay compensation

29 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: An insurance company has to compensate the passenger of a vehicle for an accident in Singapore even if its vehicle insu­rance policy does not cover passenger liability, a High Court has ruled.

Tenom MP: ‘I would have followed Anifah out’

29 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenom MP Datuk Raime Unggi would have followed Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman out of Umno if the latter had defected.

Divorce case should be heard in Malaysia

29 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Tan Sri Khoo Kay Peng, who is locked in an acrimonious court battle with his beauty queen wife, has scored the first-round victory when the High Court ruled that their divorce case should be heard in Malaysia.

Gula melaka seller scalded and beaten up by son-in-law

29 November 2014

A 55-YEAR-OLD gula melaka vendor was seriously injured in Ayer Hitam, Johor, after being splashed with hot water and beaten with a baton by his son-in-law, who then stole his va­luables, Kosmo! reported.

Man murders wife for refusing to divorce him

29 November 2014

ANGRY that his wife refused to divorce him, a betel leaf vendor bludgeoned her to death while she was sleeping in their house in Miyapur, Hyderabad, on Tuesday, reported Tamil Nesan.

Boy turns to binge eating after quitting ciggies

29 November 2014

ARDI Rizal, the Indonesian boy who caught world attention in 2011 for smoking 40 cigarettes a day at the age of two, has dropped the deadly habit for another pastime – binge eating.

70 held in joint ops with drugs, diesel, alcohol and cigs seized

29 November 2014

TAIPING: A special joint operation by the police and several enforcement agencies led to the arrest of 70 people and seizure of drugs, diesel, cigarettes, alcohol and fireworks.

Fertile minds: Judges with SMK Cheras Jaya students at the vegetable garden in the school.

SMK Cheras Jaya team turns idle land into winning organic garden

29 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: A team of 20 students from SMK Cheras Jaya proved how idle land can be used by cultivating a patch with organic vegetables.

Don: Soil erosion can hurt vege supply

29 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians may face a shortage of vegetables if soil erosion at Cameron Highlands con­­­tinues to occur every year, says an academic.

Page 1 of 182 Next Go to page:

Found in Translation

Found in Translation logo 2014

He ‘constantly sodomised’ me

28 November 2014

A WOMAN has decided to file for divorce after she had enough of her husband who constantly sodomised her, Harian Metro reported.

Hubby beats and kicks wife out over his credit card limit

28 November 2014

A MAN beat up his wife and chased her out of their home in Cheras after she allegedly questioned him about a credit card that had exceeded its limit, China Press reported.

Dad gets life for hurling baby out of train window

28 November 2014

A LABOURER from Madurai, Tamil Nadu, who killed his eight-month-old daughter by throwing her out of the window of a moving train during a fight with his wife, was sentenced to life by a Tirunelveli court on Wednesday.

Page 1 of 144 Next Go to page:

advertisement

Most Viewed

advertisement

advertisement