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Why didn't Najib wear orange lock-up clothes? It's at officer's discretion, says MACC

KUALA LUMPUR: Whether detainees wear the orange-coloured lock-up attire is at the discretion of the investigation officer and is not mandatory, explained Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) deputy chief commissioner (operations) Datuk Seri Azam Baki (pic).

– Bernama

At high-tech Tokyo Game Show, old skool ones are the best

At the Tokyo Game Show, the world’s top firms compete to show off their very latest in high-tech gaming gadgetry: from head-spinning virtual reality to cutting-edge multiplayer eSports.

‘Feed the lion’ in Trafalgar Square virtually via Google Arts & Culture

“Please Feed the Lions”, an interactive public sculpture by British designer Es Devlin currently installed in Trafalgar Square, has launched an online component that allows those outside London to 'feed the lion' virtually.

Kingfisher to show list of ingredients

KUALA LUMPUR: International beer brand Kingfisher will submit a list of ingredients to the Health Ministry as part of an ongoing probe into alcohol poisoning that has claimed 29 lives in Malaysia.

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MCA top brass take a backseat

YONG PENG: There is life and love after politics. After clocking up more than two decades in politics, Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun is starting a new chapter in life.

Changing roles: Dr Wee (third from left) presenting Liow with a gift during the Johor MCA annual convention in Yong Peng. Looking on are (from left) Tee, the speaker Datuk Hoo Seong Chang, Johor MCA secretary Datuk Lim Pay Hen and Chua.

Shifting the shape of dance

WITH the theme “Dance. An Evolution”, award-winning Han Fong Dance Ensemble is all set for another spectacular performance at KLPAC in early October.


Indian cuisine has always been intriguing for its use of spices and ingredients to create the magic of its taste.

Markets shrug as more shots fired in tariffs war

REVIEW: The confirmation that US President Donald Trump was moving ahead with tariffs on US$200bil of Chinese imports was bound to make waves on the global markets.

RM1.50 for 150ml of illicit samsu

GEORGE TOWN: For just RM1.50, one can get lost in a drunken stupor. But as it is only 150ml, the need to get high soon creeps in again.

Destroy your organs: Mohamed Idris and CAP education officer N.V. Subarrow (left) with samples of about 100 brands of cheap liquor at the CAP office in Jalan Masjid Negeri.
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On becoming fiscally-responsible

Govt urged not to be fixated on reducing budget deficit at the expense of growth