• Anwar raps Najib for distorting ‘solving MH370 in a second’ remark

    PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today criticised the Prime Minister for manipulating his statement of solving the MH370 crisis in a second. Anwar (pic, right) said Datuk Seri Najib Razak was swift in retorting his statement but did not display such agility in handling the MH370 crisis.…

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    • Wreck hunter confident MH370 crash site found, says Aussie paper

      A wreck hunter is confident that the search teams had pinpointed the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and believes that the black boxes will be located soon, the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) reports. David Mearns, director of Blue Water Recoveries told the ABC's 7.30 programme yesterday,…

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      • Walker's brothers to help finish 'Fast & Furious'

        NEW YORK (AP) — Paul Walker's brothers are stepping to help finish filming on "Fast & Furious 7," the film Walker was in the midst of making when he died in November.

        Associated Press
        • ‘All the best’, Selangor MB tells Bible society at exit

          SHAH ALAM, April 15 — Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said today he wished the Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) well on its decision to move its headquarters out to Kuala Lumpur to...

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          • Teresa Kok almost falls victim to snatch thieves

            DAP Seputeh MP Teresa Kok nearly became a victim of snatch theft on Sunday evening during an outing with her nieces in Kuala Lumpur. The four-term MP was walking with her two nieces along Jalan Selama in Taman Rainbow at 7pm when two men on a motorcycle tried to snatch her gold chain. "I was…

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            • William, Kate and baby George kick off Australia tour

              Prince William and his wife Kate flew into Sydney on Wednesday with their baby son George to kick off the Australian leg of their tour Down Under. The royals disembarked from an Australian air force 737 under sunny skies after arriving from New Zealand, an AFP photographer said. Eight-month-old…

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              • Hishammuddin under the spotlight as he evades questions from CNN on MH370

                Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein (pic), who has been at the forefront of Malaysia's efforts to locate flight MH370, found himself under CNN's spotlight yesterday after the global news network showed him ducking several probing questions from its senior international correspondent, Nic Robertson. The…

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                • Up to 295 still missing in S. Korea ferry capsize

                  South Korean officials said as many as 295 people were still unaccounted for after a ferry carrying 477 passengers and crew capsized off the south coast on Wednesday. As the government retracted an earlier announcement that 368 people had been rescued, the South Korean coastguard said it could only…

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                  • Students sue Albukhary International University over closure notice

                    Six Albukhary International University (AIU) students have filed a suit against the institution for failing to give a written notice of closure as required by the Private Institutions of Higher Learning Act.   The six are Mohd Raimy Fahmy Mohd Radzi, 22; Muhamad Hanif Ahmad Fauzi, 21; Hanif Hafifi…

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                    • Co-pilot’s phone made contact with Penang telecoms tower, but no phone call, says US official

                      A US official said the mobile phone of missing flight MH370's co-pilot had been switched on and made contact with a telecommunications tower in Penang, but there was nothing to show a call was made, CNN reported. This followed investigators checking millions of mobile phone records for evidence of…

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                      • Rafizi promises to expose government-grant scandal

                        PETALING JAYA, April 15 ― PKR’s Rafizi Ramli claimed today that he is ready to expose wrongdoings which led to government grants worth RM1.15 billion being abused to enrich yet-to-be-named ...

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                        • Car accident killed SD girls missing since 1971

                          ELK POINT, S.D. (AP) — Two South Dakota girls on their way to an end-of-school-year party at a gravel pit in May 1971 drove off a country road and into a creek where their remains lay hidden until last fall when a drought brought their car into view, authorities said Tuesday.

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                          • Teething troubles for Chinese tourists in Thailand

                            CHIANG MAI, Thailand (AP) — The bucolic, once laid-back campus of one of Thailand's top universities is under a security clampdown. Not against a terrorist threat, but against Chinese tourists.

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                            • Breakfast Are For Losers

                              These track stars run like the wind, but eat just like us… almost.

                              • Selangor MB says wife allowed special aide for welfare work

                                SHAH ALAM, April 16 — Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim defended today his administration’s decision to hire a special assistant for his wife, claiming his position as chairman of Mentri...

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                                • Water rationing stages one, three and four to be continued – Bernama

                                  Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor (Syabas) will continue with the water rationing plan stage one, three and four as decided by the Selangor state government and approved by the National Water Services Commission. Its corporate communications and public affairs assistant general manager Priscilla Alfred…

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                                  • ‘Muslim court should be universal’, says ex-judge amid mixed-faith battle

                                    KUALA LUMPUR, April 16 — Insisting that Islam is the pre-eminent religion in Malaysia, a former judge has joined a growing chorus for the Shariah court to expand its jurisdiction to cover...

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                                    • Lunar Eclipse Facts: 5 Neat Things About Tonight's 'Blood Moon'

                                      The first total lunar eclipse of 2014 will occur overnight tonight, marking the start of an eclipse tetrad — four back-to-back total lunar eclipses — that will happen over the next 18 months. People in North America should look up Skywatchers across most of North America and parts of South America…

                                      • Five Highways, No Limits

                                        Ever dreamt of pushing your limits? Going as fast as you and your car can handle without a care in the world about speeding tickets? If you drive on one of these five motorways, you could just have that freedom. …

                                        Motor Trader Malaysia
                                        • Fixed Deposit vs Savings Account: Which to switch to?

                                          There are those who prefer a savings account as it offers easier withdrawals. While others prefer fixed deposits because of higher interest rates. It's a dilemma many may face but are the two really interchangeable? In the end, it all … Continue reading