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The Gaffer

Football torn apart by politics

JULY 17, 2014. It will be a date mourned by many Malaysians and around the globe. Flight MH17, on its way to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam crashed at the disputed Donetsk region in Ukraine.

The Gratitudist

The Taxi Driver

I make absolutely sure that I need to make my confession. I rummage through my desk. My pockets. My bags. Then turn to my colleague … “Rex ... I left my phone in the taxi!”

The Gaffer

Still in awe of Titi

It was a lazy day but Thierry Henry turned up the pace with a virtuoso performance against Arsenal in New York.

The Gratitudist

Students of life

Lessons in the classroom can often be a two-way process.

Ask Dr G

The science of wet dreams

Nocturnal emissions are a natural bodily function that are beyond anyone’s control, but its complexities may never be properly understood.

A Humble Submission

Magna Carta: The Rule of Law's foundation

The legacy of the Magna Carta outlasted those who entered into it. And its effect was felt long after those who were party to it were gone. It became an important document in common law countries throughout the world.

Ask Dr G

Prostate enlargement and sex

Recent studies highlighted the correlations between enlarged prostate and worsening sexual functions in men in their 50s and 60s.

Bend It Like Bedi

The politics of FIFA's Golden Ball

THERE is really a lot of politics involved when it comes to voting for FIFA's Ballon d'Or - the best football player in the world.

Bend It Like Bedi

Remembering Hasbullah

Local sports commentary will not be the same without Datuk Hasbullah Awang.

Ask Dr G

Auspicious Red for fertility

The consumption of Lycopene-rich red fruit might be good for sperm