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Inspiring read: Puteri Umno members Ruhaini Fahmi (left) and Farizalina Ishak holding up copies of the book after the launch at the Putra World Trade Centre.
Pride of the family: Pravi (left) showing his result slip to his family members and neighbours.
Proud day: Munirah with her mother and her husband Sazali Alias on her graduation day.

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Nation

‘RM100mil to induce 10 MPs to jump’

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman told the High Court that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim attempted to entice him to “party-hop” with a sweetener that he will be made a deputy prime minister.

Torso and legs of man found in canal

NIBONG TEBAL: The torso and legs of a man has been found in a flour sack dumped in an irrigation canal off Jalan Besar, Sungai Bakap, near here.

Regional

‘Supercell storm’ batters Australian city

BRISBANE, Australia: Planes were flipped and roofs ripped off when hail and powerful winds tore through Australia’s east coast, leaving an Aus$100 million (US$85 million) damage bill as the army helped clear up Friday.

Japan readies asteroid probe for lift off

TOKYO: Japan will send a space probe this weekend on a six-year mission to mine a distant asteroid, just weeks after a European spacecraft’s historic landing on a comet captivated the world’s attention.

World

Calm comes to troubled Ferguson; protests dwindle across U.S.

Demonstrators take part in a "mock trial" of Darren Wilson as they protest the decision of a grand jury regarding the death of Michael Brown in St. Louis, Missouri November 26, 2014.  REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

FERGUSON, Mo. (Reuters) - Tensions eased in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson on Thursday after two nights of violence and looting sparked by racially charged anger over a grand jury's decision not to charge a white police officer for fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager.

Extra trespass charges for Germans who face caning for Singapore graffiti

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Two Germans, who could face jail and caning in Singapore for breaking into a train depot and spray-painting graffiti on a carriage, have been charged with two extra counts of trespassing, a court heard on Friday.

Community

Education

Of education and ethics

Shutterbugs at work: Visitors snapping away to get the best shot of the male panda, Xing Xing at Zoo Negara. – File photo

What good is a degree if young graduates choose to ignore their responsibilities and values soon after they move up the career ladder?

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