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Cast adrift: Rohingya migrants (front from left) Muhammad Rubail, 14, Hasyik, 20, Najibul Hasan, 15, and Yusuf, 22, on a boat that drifted in Thai waters off the southern island of Koh Lipe in the Andaman sea. They were later rescued along with others by fishermen in Indonesian waters and are now at a confinement camp in Aceh. — AFP

Gaining from others’ pain

30 May 2015

EXCLUSIVE: KUALA LUMPUR: To society, he is seen as a philanthropist, often helping his less fortunate countrymen. But what is not known is that this former Myanmar refugee and his Malaysian business partner make millions from the misery of those they traffick.

Good sports: Khairy (left) receiving a gift from Pele and Oscar as F&N Beverages Marketing managing director Khalid Alvi (right) looks on in Kuala Lumpur.

M’sia scores with the legendary

30 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: He was here just for two days but Pele’s short stay in Malaysia left enough impact on him that he wants to return.

Salesman jailed over 89 traffic offences

30 May 2015

NIBONG TEBAL: For the past eight years, P. Joshua (pic) has been driving around without a licence, beating traffic lights, driving without side mirrors and altering his number plates.

Ipoh-bound: Sollunda will be warded at Hospital Bahagia in Perak for observation and treatment.

Sabahan model ordered to take mental health tests

30 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Persana Avril Sollunda, the Sabahan part-time model accused of stripping in public, has been ordered to undergo a month-long psychiatric evaluation.

Shahrir defends meeting with Arul

30 May 2015

JOHOR BARU: Barisan Nasional Backbenchers Club chairman Tan Sri Shahrir Samad has defended his meeting with 1Malaysia Development Bhd president and group executive director Arul Kanda Kandasamy, saying it was purely with the intention of getting the wider picture.

College in India appoints transgender as principal

30 May 2015

A college in India has been praised for being the first institution to appoint a transgender woman as its principal, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Sweeper jailed six months for hitting girlfriend’ son

30 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A sweeper was jailed six months for beating his girlfriend’s 10-year-old son with a clothes hanger.

Court: Cop in the wrong at roadblock shooting

30 May 2015

SHAH ALAM: A policeman was wrong to shoot a container equipment operator during a roadblock six years ago, the High Court ruled.

Sabah aims for CSPO status

30 May 2015

KOTA KINABALU: A move is underway to make Sabah a Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) producer by 2025.

‘Everyone must play a part to ensure security in Sabah’

30 May 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah needs more relevant and effective assets to maintain security, particularly in the east coast of the state, Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman said.

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Found in Translation

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Jackie Chan’s daughter opens up about her famous father

30 May 2015

HONG KONG action star Datuk Jackie Chan “is just a stranger” in the eyes of Etta Ng, Sin Chew Daily reported.

Enforcers see through man’s barefaced lie

30 May 2015

A MAN claimed that he was at a traditional massage centre for treatment to relieve his aching hands.

College in India appoints transgender as principal

30 May 2015

A college in India has been praised for being the first institution to appoint a transgender woman as its principal, Malaysia Nanban reported.

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