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In the dock: Mohd Nasir being led by MACC officers to the Sessions Court in Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur. - Bernama
Off to jail: Adli arriving at the Sessions Court in Kuala Lumpur. -  Bernama

MRT Corp identifies culprits

Second Customs state director held

Esplanade abuzz with science

Adli jailed a year for sedition


Haron issues gag order at gathering

Listening intently: Haron (from left), PAS deputy president Mohammad Sabu and Information Chief Datuk Mahfuz Omar at the gathering in Batu Pahat.

BATU PAHAT: Delegates at PAS’ muktamar (general assembly) have been told to stop discussing the issue of differing views between party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang and other leaders on the Selangor mentri besar issue.

There’s no more chemistry in Pakatan, says MCA deputy

JOHOR BARU: The loss of chemistry among the three parties in Pakatan Rakyat has become clear with the call by an influential PAS leader to review its ties with DAP and PKR, MCA deputy president Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said.


iPhone 6 craze hits Chinese buyers

TOKYO: Buyers from China, deprived of the latest iPhone launch at home, are among the first in line in Japan to grab the “6” and its new large-screen cousin as Apple hits back at rivals.

China’s fallen stars on the rise Sex and drug scandals expected to cast long shadow over careers and the industry

BEIJING: The prostitution scandal that has embroiled Golden Bear-winning director Wang Quan’an may cast a long shadow over the country’s entertainment industry, insiders say.


Austrian town officials resign after Nazi basement film

VIENNA (Reuters) - Two conservative town council members in eastern Austria have resigned from their posts and left the People's Party after a documentary film showed them singing and toasting one another in a basement room filled with Nazi memorabilia.

Third term beckons for New Zealand government as polls open

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key speaks at a luncheon in Sydney February 7, 2014.  REUTERS/Brendon Thorne/Pool/Files

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand's ruling centre-right government of John Key looks poised to be returned for a third term as voting opened in the national election on Saturday.


Rising vehicle thefts

Worrying state:

RAMPANT vehicle thefts around the Suria Kinrara Business Centre in Taman Kinrara Seksyen 3, Puchong have residents fearing for their safety.


What a load of rubbish

Unsightly piles: Rubbish dumped outside the waste incinerator on Tioman Island, which has yet to start operating.

After a delay of over three years, the waste incinerator in Tioman Island is finally built; but it remains unopened, leading to smelly trash being strewn all over.


Making strides in dance education

Uplifting: A mesmerising performance with rhythmic hand-raising gestures and jumps from UM's Contemporary Dance Company.

While the creative arts is seen to be relevant for school-goers, measures are underway to integrate the subject into the national curriculum.


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