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Food and familiarity bind Malaysians abroad

16 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Whether they are away for years or months, Malaysians abroad agree that food brings them together, and being among Malaysians always feels like being at home.

Musa Aman: Call for Sabah secession is irresponsible

16 September 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman has described the actions of certain quarters to call for the state's secession from Malaysia as irresponsible.

Pengkalan Kubor by-election: Take down party banner, EC tells PKR

16 September 2014

TUMPAT: The Election Commission (EC) has requested PKR to remove a banner bearing the party logo from the PKR operations room in Telaga Lanas, Tumpat, within the Pengkalan Kubor constituency.

Pengkalan Kubor by-election: Holiday on polling day, says state government

16 September 2014

TUMPAT: The Kelantan state government has declared the Pengkalan Kubor by-election polling day, Thursday Sept 25, a public holiday to encourage voters to turn up and cast their ballots.

Subra: Don’t sensationalise Ebola related news

16 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Health Minister, Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam on Tuesday called on the media not to sensationalise Ebola related news as the Government has taken the necessary measures to detect the virus.

Five reasons to return home

16 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians generally have a poor perception of working at home, but there are many who believe that Malaysia is not all that bad for building a career and a future.

Pengkalan Kubor by-election: Candidates have big shoes to fill

16 September 2014

TUMPAT: Pengkalan Kubor by-election candidates Wan Rosdi Wan Ibrahim from PAS and Umno’s Mat Razi Mat Ail will have a lot to live up to as late assemblyman Datuk Noor Zahidi Omar left a strong legacy in his wake and was a much loved leader in the constituency.

Iranian drug dealer’s plastic bag ruse fails

16 September 2014

SHAH ALAM: A foreigner was walking around a commercial centre in Cyberjaya with a shopping bag in hand. He looked like a tourist on a spending spree – but the police were not fooled.

CPC seeks to curb corruption by highlighting issue

16 September 2014

BEIJING: The issue of corruption has become the mainstay of the local media since party leaders at the 18th national congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) last year decided the problem needed to be brought into focus following several high-profile cases.

Coexisting in harmony: A story about religion from Sarawak

16 September 2014

In Kampung Sungai Ud, Christians, Muslims and animists live in true harmony. Here, religions do not divide, they coexist in peace.

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Man suffers after planting metal balls in penis to boost sexual prowess

16 September 2014

A 44-year-old man, who embedded 10 ball bearings in his penis to enhance his sexual prowess, was forced to remove them when he failed to get an erection for almost six months, reported Harian Metro.

Woman shunned after witchcraft allegations arise

16 September 2014

A WOMAN from Surat, North India, was forced to leave her husband’s home after allegations arose that she practises witchcraft.

Online post helps nab man who raped teen

16 September 2014

A MAN, who allegedly raped an underage teenager, has been arrested, thanks to netizens and Good Samaritans.

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