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Fast and furious at gathering

Table-thumping, tears, a protest walkout and a shouting match were part of the high drama at the PAS Youth muktamar but something more serious is going on that may lead to the ouster of Youth chief Suhaizan Kayat.


Kajang Move takes a new turn

The guilty verdict by the Appeals Court on Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has once again shaken PKR to the core and brought the ill-fated Kajang Move to a dead end.


Care and support can help make childbirth a joyful experience

ASK a woman to describe the single most painful experience of her life and most mothers won’t hesitate to say childbirth.


Ginola paid 250,000 pounds for FIFA presidential campaign

LONDON (Reuters) - David Ginola's unlikely bid for the FIFA presidency was exposed as little more than a publicity stunt when a bookmaking firm said it had paid the former France winger 250,000 pounds to stand,


Raped by actor at audition

A WANNABE actress who responded to an advertisement for models and actresses was allegedly raped during an audition at a hotel room in Ampang, Selangor.


Europe's media differ over publishing Charlie Hebdo cartoons

COPENHAGEN/LONDON (Reuters) - Many European newspapers republished cartoons from the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo to protest against killings by Islamist militants seen as an attack on freedom of expression and the continent's tradition of visual satire.


Kelantan folk keep their spirits up

KUALA KRAI was covered in thick dust clouds, caused by vehicles mo­­­­­ving through mud-covered streets.


Artworks by three female artists express relationship between human and surroundings

THREE female artists with a heart for humanity and nature express their take on the subject at an art exhibition at Sutra Gallery.


Compton's heart beats with Masters excitement

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - The Masters occupies a special place in every golfer's heart.


Interim protection sought for ashram

THE National Heritage Commission has applied for an interim protection order under Section 33 of the National Heritage Act 2005 to protect the century-old Vivekananda Ashram from any immediate threat while the department processes its application to gazette the iconic structure in Brickfields as a heritage building.