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Charles Sobhraj, the infamous 1970s serial killer who used his charm and an assortment of poisons on Western backpackers across Asia, will today see a courtroom once again over a double murder 28 years ago in Nepal.
B>KATHMANDU:/BThe confessed killer known as 'the Serpent,' accused of murdering dozens of tourists across Asia, denied involvement in the deaths of two young women in 1975 in Nepal Saturday.
From UUM MATRIK NO. 768, Petaling Jaya
A pregnant woman from China, who was allegedly kept for prostitution, claimed she and two others had escaped and hijacked a taxi to get to MCA headquarters in Kuala Lumpur in April, a Sessions Court was told Wednesday.
Datuk Prof Jimmy Choo is the first Malaysian of this millennium to receive the OBE conferred by Britain#8217;s Queen Elizabeth II. KEE HUA CHEE ferrets out the juicy details and recalls the days when he used to raid Choo#8217;s larder.
By V.K. CHIN
FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM takes a look at the growing interest in footballers from the United States in the recently-concluded transfer business and predicts that, as far as the English Premier League is concerned, the worry should be on the American and not Russian invasion.
Police have arrested a man believed to be involved in a syndicate supplying forged travel documents to Bangladeshi and Indonesian illegals. Several forged passports and other travel documents were seized from the man.
THE truth is still out there, or so it seems. A fascinating story was told in the Dewan Rakyat last week but whether it is a tale of fiction or fact remains a puzzle.
Two chefs from Le Cordon Bleu culinary academies in Paris and London, will be conducting a series of cooking workshops for professionals and home cooks.