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Navy foils attempt to steal relics from sunken British warships

28 November 2014

TANJUNG GELANG: A suspected attempt to steal relics from sunken British warships was foiled by the Royal Malaysian Navy (TLDM) following the arrest of 17 Vietnamese seamen on Thursday.

Compensation paid to ex-MB khalid’s officers common employment practice, says legal firm

28 November 2014

SHAH ALAM: A legal firm said today the payment of compensation and ex-gratia to former Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim's team of political aides and staff is a common employment practice.

Umno AGM: Development the way to win back Kelantan, urges delegate

28 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Umno could wrest back Kelantan from PAS if they help develop the state.

Umno AGM: We can learn from 'warlords', say grassroots leaders

28 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Some Umno grassroots leaders feel that the “warlord” culture may be beneficial despite calls by several leaders that it can harm the party.

Paws still anxious, in the dark about future

28 November 2014

PETALING JAYA: Even though the eviction order for Paws Animal Welfare Society (Paws) has been lifted, shelter manager Edward Lim said that they are still anxious and in the dark about its future.

Umno AGM: Raise minimum wage, says Puteri speaker

28 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The minimum wage needs to be raised to cater to high living costs and in light of the abolishment of petrol subsidies, said Puteri Umno delegate Nor Hazreena Hashim.

Sabah leaders divided over Sedition Act

28 November 2014

KOTA KINABALU: The move to retain the Sedition Act is acceptable to Sabah Barisan Nasional leaders who say the legislation must be strengthened through specific provisions to make it more effective.

Filipino court frees Sipadan kidnap accused

28 November 2014

ZAMBOANGA CITY: A man wrongfully arrested and charged in connection with the kidnapping of 21 foreign tourists and workers from the Malaysian island resort of Sipadan in 2000 has been ordered released from detention, an official of the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos said Thursday.

Umno AGM: ‘Selfie queen’ wants Puteri to keep up with the times

28 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Puteri Umno must keep up with the times in attracting youths to join the wing in order to compete with the Opposition, said Kepong Puteri division chief Hazrene Begam Mohd Husin.

Mechanic in rubbish-dumping argument charged with woman's death

28 November 2014

GEORGE TOWN: A mechanic has been charged in a Sessions Court here with the death of a woman, who was run over and killed after an alleged argument with him over dumping rubbish last week.

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He ‘constantly sodomised’ me

28 November 2014

A WOMAN has decided to file for divorce after she had enough of her husband who constantly sodomised her, Harian Metro reported.

Hubby beats and kicks wife out over his credit card limit

28 November 2014

A MAN beat up his wife and chased her out of their home in Cheras after she allegedly questioned him about a credit card that had exceeded its limit, China Press reported.

Dad gets life for hurling baby out of train window

28 November 2014

A LABOURER from Madurai, Tamil Nadu, who killed his eight-month-old daughter by throwing her out of the window of a moving train during a fight with his wife, was sentenced to life by a Tirunelveli court on Wednesday.

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