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Food and familiarity bind Malaysians abroad

16 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Whether they are away for years or months, Malaysians abroad agree that food brings them together, and being among Malaysians always feels like being at home.

Haze envelopes Sarawak, southern Peninsular Malaysia

16 September 2014

KUCHING: Sarawakians woke up to hazy conditions on Malaysia Day, with areas like Sri Aman recording an air quality index (API) of 99 at 8am on Tuesday.

Ex-hubby abducted my son, threatened to kill me, says clerk

16 September 2014

IPOH: A mother hopes Wisma Putra will help to bring back her only child who was abducted by her husband, Mohammad Talib Abdur Rauf.

PAS congress: Internal disputes were poorly handled, says Youth chief

16 September 2014

KOTA TINGGI: Poor management of internal disputes by the party's leadership has caused a small wound to fester, said PAS youth chief Suhaizan Kayat.

Uighur terrorists flew via KL to West Java, say Indonesian cops

16 September 2014

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s anti-terrorism police who arrested four Chinese Uighur jihadists linked to the Islamic State terror group found that they used fake passports bought in Thailand and flew to Kuala Lumpur before heading to Bandung in West Java.

Father of Perak executive councillor laid to rest

16 September 2014

AYER TAWAR: Mah Chow Nam, 69, the father of Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, was laid to rest at the Segari Chinese Cemetery near here on Tuesday afternoon.

UPSR leak: Tun Zaki to head committee to improve exam procedure

16 September 2014

TUMPAT: Former Chief Justice Tun Zaki Tun Azmi will head the special committee to look into standard operating procedure of the Malaysian Examination Syndicate in handling examination papers.

Unite or bust for Malaysia

16 September 2014

KUCHING: Much has been said and written about the need for national unity in Malaysia. So hopefully it is not too boring for a Malaysian from Sarawak to share his views on the situation.

Ikea recalls Gunggung swing

16 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Ikea Malaysia has recalled its 'Children's Gunggung Swing' product following reports of it not meeting the quality requirements and possibly posing risk of serious injury.

Don't work with PasMa, says Wilayah PAS

16 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Wilayah Perseketuan PAS released a statement on Tuesday, prohibiting its members from being involved in Persatuan Ummah Sejahtera Malaysia (PasMa).

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Man suffers after planting metal balls in penis to boost sexual prowess

16 September 2014

A 44-year-old man, who embedded 10 ball bearings in his penis to enhance his sexual prowess, was forced to remove them when he failed to get an erection for almost six months, reported Harian Metro.

Woman shunned after witchcraft allegations arise

16 September 2014

A WOMAN from Surat, North India, was forced to leave her husband’s home after allegations arose that she practises witchcraft.

Online post helps nab man who raped teen

16 September 2014

A MAN, who allegedly raped an underage teenager, has been arrested, thanks to netizens and Good Samaritans.

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