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Mum pines for child sold off by drug-addict hubby

A MOTHER of 10 in Alor Star is still mourning her eighth child who was sold off by her ex-husband 10 years ago for RM500 to feed his drug addiction.

Over 6,000 teens missing since 2004

More than 6,270 teenagers had been reported missing since 2004 and 4,620 of them were teenage girls, reported I>Metro Ahad./I>

Products from major producers may cost more

AFTER some retailers and wholesalers reportedly increased the prices of their goods to take advantage of the civil service pay rise, two major producers of consumer products are set to also review the cost of their products, said I>Kosmo! Ahad./I>

‘Group led us to renounce Islam’

I>METRO Ahad /I>highlighted a report on seven university undergraduates who purportedly renounced Islam after being courted by an organised movement which used a non-governmental welfare organisation as a front.

Myanmar woman has to stay with relatives

THE Myanmar woman who was involved in finding a lost five-year-old boy said she had to stay with relatives as she could not stand people's curiosity.

NSTP-Utusan talks still on

The New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd (NSTP) and Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd are still in merger talks but 'have yet to reach a definitive agreement in relation to the terms of such merger.'

Touts back in action for Raya

TOUTS are hoarding bus tickets and selling them at a higher price to passengers, I>Kosmo! Ahad /I>reported.

Kris shocked by Botox ban

INDONESIAN pop queen Kris Dayanti was shocked to learn that the National Fatwa Council in Malaysia had ruled that Botox injections for cosmetic purposes was forbidden for Muslims, reported I>Berita Minggu/I>.

Bangla gigolo blackmails female executive

An executive was forced to pay RM1,000 a month to a Bangladeshi gigolo over the last one year to keep the man from making public their affair and intimate photographs, reports I>Metro Ahad/I>.

Mum wary of odd offers

MALAYSIANS are known for their generosity and willingness to help those in need.