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Bodyguard tying minister’s shoelaces sparks anger

28 May 2015

A clip showing a bodyguard tying the shoelaces of a minister has sparked a firestorm in India, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Man nabbed for fondling woman biker’s breast

28 May 2015

A young man who fondled a wo­­man’s breast while she was riding a motorcycle was arrested six days after the incident.

Hospital on wheels to the rescue

28 May 2015

TIMAH TASOH: Disaster victims could receive prompt treatment with a state-of-the-art hospital on wheels which allows for major surgeries to be performed on site.

Life jackets for flood areas

28 May 2015

ALOR SETAR: More life jackets should be acquired and placed at flood prone areas and relief centres nationwide.

Another five-year ban likely

28 May 2015

THE ban on new medical programmes is expected to continue for at least another five years.

MACC: No wrongdoing in FIC property acquisitions

28 May 2015

A PROBE into the purchase of two high-end London properties by Felda Investment Corp’s (FIC) shows no wrongdoing has been committed.

Mangled wreck: A police officer looking at the badly damaged car after the accident near Kampung Ulu Jempol in Bahau. — Bernama

Three soldiers killed in crash

28 May 2015

BAHAU: Three soldiers were killed when the car they were in skidded and crashed near Kampung Ulu Jempol here.

Teen on joyride ends up tortured

28 May 2015

JOHOR BARU: A teenager who borrowed his uncle’s car to go for a spin was snatched by a group of men and ended up being tortured for at least 16 hours.

Malaysia back to square one in dengue research

28 May 2015

GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia appears to be heading nowhere with dengue research.

Gaining knowledge: Wan Muhammad Azri reading law books in his bid to win his appeal against the court order directing him to pay Anwar over a defamation claim.

Blogger takes up law to argue case

28 May 2015

PUTRAJAYA: Blogger Papagomo is reading law books in his bid to win his appeal against a court order to pay RM850,000 to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for defamation.

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Teen forced into oral sex

27 May 2015

A teenager was forced to have oral sex with three men at the Kajang Prison, Harian Metro reported.

Chinese groups to stay away from 531 rally

27 May 2015

Several established Chinese guilds and associations will not be attending the 531 rally on Sunday to protest against the National Education Blueprint 2013-2025, China Press reported.

Factories disrupt studies at Kluang school

27 May 2015

STUDENTS at a Tamil school in Kluang have to put up with smoke and noise from several factories operating next door, reported Malaysia Nanban.

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