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Countries apart, but close at heart

SHE wanted her child to be a Malaysian citizen, so Miranda (not her real name) made sure she was in the country to give birth to her baby.


Comment: A 90-day maternity leave is a step in the right direction

Next, Malaysia should work towards increasing paternity leave.


Song ‘wakes up’ fan in coma

A FAN who was in a coma woke up after listening to Taiwanese singer-­songwriter Sam Lee Sheng Jie’s song, reported Sin Chew Daily.


Actor Wu facing a ‘balding crisis’

HONG Kong-based American actor Daniel Wu is facing a “balding crisis”, Oriental Daily reported.


Daddies also want to ’have it all’

HAVE you seen the T-shirt slogan: Dads don’t babysit (it’s called “parenting”)?


Pregnant a second time but with hymen still intact

A 26-year-old woman who is ex­­pec­ting her second child was found to have a still-intact hymen during a recent gynaecology examination.


As Taliban gain and U.S. weighs troop hike, a widow's plea to 'finish the job'

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - On a cold morning in January, Alexandra McClintock shoved her bare hands into the pockets of her black jacket and gazed at the endless rows of graves in Arlington National Cemetery, just across the Potomac River from Washington D.C.


How algorithms (secretly) run the world

WHEN you browse online for a new pair of shoes, pick a movie to stream on Netflix or apply for a car loan, an algorithm likely has its word to say on the outcome.

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Dads also juggling jobs and housework

WHILE much is made of ikumen – fathers who take an active parenting role – some men struggle to balance work and childcare.


Cops: Infant was alive when flung from 18 storeys

KUALA LUMPUR: A newborn thrown from an 18th floor flat in Danau Kota, Setapak, was alive when her mother allegedly flung her out of the building.