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ATM hacker suspect arrested in London, cops seeking Interpol aid for extradition

19 December 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Police are seeking the assistance of London Interpol to extradite a man believed to be involved in the hacking of 17 automated teller machines (ATM) in Malaysia in September this year.

Ministry to form task force to address child marriage issue

19 December 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The issue of underage marriages in the country will be looked into by a soon-to-be-formed special task force under the Welfare, Women and Family Development Ministry.

School bus insurance scheme to continue into 2015

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: Schoolchildren ferried by legal school buses will continue to be covered up to RM100,000 under the School Bus Insurance Scheme in 2015.

Lucky lass: Thulaasi and Suppiah sharing a light moment as they relax by the beach 10 years after the tsunami.

Tsunami miracle baby 10 years on

19 December 2014

PENANG: In early September, tsunami miracle baby S. Thulaasi dreamt that a giant meteorite plunged into the sea off Batu Ferringhi near her home in Penang.

Penang Perkasa lodges 25 police reports against Guan Eng for 'Allah' comments

19 December 2014

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang branch of Malay right-wing group Perkasa lodged 25 police reports Friday over a statement made by Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng on the use of the word "Allah".

Pahang teenager buried alive while panning for gold

19 December 2014

KUANTAN: A teenager was buried alive in a landslide while panning for gold at a prohibited gold mining area in Ulu Luit, Sri Jaya near Maran at 3.30pm Thursday.

Malaysian teenager among two nabbed for alleged drug trafficking in Singapore

19 December 2014

SINGAPORE: Two Malaysians, one of them in his teens, were detained by Singapore authorities in separate incidents here Thursday, suspected of being drug couriers.

Court allows Surendran to challenge constitutionality of Sedition Act

19 December 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The Sessions Court here granted granted permission to N. Surendran Friday to refer two constitutional issues regarding his sedition charge to the High Court.

Man claims trial in RM15,000 'Jamal Abdillah' scam

19 December 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: An artist's personal assistant was brought to court over an RM15,000 scam involving music legend Datuk Jamal Abdillah.

More homes turning to electric fencing for security

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: Approximately 170 homes in the Klang Valley stand ready to give would-be thieves a real shock should they try to break in - with more homes opting to install electric fences as deterrents to potential home intruders.

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Teen couple allowed to marry

19 December 2014

THE Johor Religious Department has given its consent to the marriage of a teenage couple, saying they had earlier sought official permission from the Syariah Court.

Heartbroken father disowns debt-ridden daughter

19 December 2014

A HEARTBROKEN father was forced to disown his daughter after helping to settle her debts with his life savings.

Women stage sit-in protest after 18-day water supply cut

19 December 2014

SOME 30 women sat on the Sowripalayam road in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu to protest against the disruption of water supply, reported Malaysia Nanban.

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