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Mother In Coma Delivers A Healthy Baby

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The human body is capable of miraculous things, and this one case is no exception. Doctors at the Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital in Kuala Terengganu managed to operate and deliver a healthy baby girl while her 33-year-old mother is still in a coma. Harian Metro reported that doctors performed a caesarian operation on the housewife…

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BernamaTV Staff Not Paid Wages, Currently On Mandatory Leave

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About 20 staff members of BernamaTV (BTV), the broadcasting arm of the country’s official newswire agency, are now on mandatory leave after going for more than a month without being paid their wages. A source from within BTV told Malaysiakini – under the condition of anonymity – that he had not been to work since…

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Google Debuts Super Mokh Doodle To Mark His 61st Birthday

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KUALA LUMPUR: Google Inc today unveiled its special Mokhtar Dahari 61st Birthday doodle on its website in conjunction with legendary national footballer’s birthday. The doodle titled “Mokhtar Dahari 61st Birthday” which went online at midnight, portrayed an image of the footballer in national kit on a banner hanging from a stadium. Born in Setapak, Selangor,…

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Malay Group Accuses AmBank Of Supporting LGBT-Friendly Firm

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KUALA LUMPUR: A Malay group accused AmBank Holdings Bhd (AMMB) of conspiring with a US-based insurance firm to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights and agendas among Muslims here,today. The claim was made by Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) president Azwanddin Hamzah, after AMMB chairman Tan Sri Azman Hashim had announced a partnership with…

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Oh Nothing, Just Another Pic Of Kim Kardashian’s Naked Booty

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(Warning: NSFW Content) Kim Kardashian is no stranger to showing off her assets on display, from the first exposure on her hugely successful home made sex tape, her Playboy spread and now, the 31-year-old has bagged herself a nude cover on the Christmas issue of Paper magazine. In effort to #BreakTheInternet, the reality star’s ample…

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The New Nutella: Addictive Speculoos Cookie Butter Recipe

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If you aren’t quite sure what speculoos are: they’re these crunchy cinnamon cookies popular in the Netherlands, usually paired with a hot cup of tea. And as if that doesn’t sound tasty enough, the genius folks in Europe decided that it was a good idea to make a spreadable concoction–not unlike peanut butter– out of…

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Fans Outraged By Ashraf Sinclair And BCL’s Vow Renewal Ceremony

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Ashraf Sinclair may be under the radar here on our shores, but he has made quite a name for himself in Indonesia, even snapped up a gorgeous local singer-actress Bunga Cinta Lestari (BCL) as his lawfully wedded wife back in 2008. But that does not stop his Malaysian fans from stalking him on social media,ready…

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3 Ways To Get A Holistically Skin Treatment

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You’ve heard the old saying: Skin is a window into our overall health. What happens on skin’s surface—dryness, breakouts, wrinkles—can be a symptom of what’s going on in your bod, be it inflammation, hormonal changes, or nutritional issues. Treat skin from the inside and you’ll reap some great outer rewards, too. Eat, Drink, Glow The…

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10-Hour Walk In NYC A Breeze For This Woman After She Put On A Hijab

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably aware of  the viral video 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman by Hollaback, an organization that wishes to eradicate street harassment, intimidation, and catcalling of woman around the globe. The video featured a young woman walking around Manhattan for 10 hours all the…

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Successful Women Inspire The Next Generation

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The achievements of Malaysian women need to be celebrated so that they can inspire the next generation of females to strive for greater success. This was the resounding theme for the inaugural Malaysian Women of Excellence Awards 2014 held by Event Port Sdn Bhd – an organisation under education provider Learning Port Sdn Bhd that…

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4 Ways To Avoid Nasty Breakouts While Talking On The Cellphone

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The iPhone 6 has been receiving a lot of ridicule since it hit shelves. Not only does it reportedly bend when placed in your back pocket, but users have also been complaining about #HairGate—when your hair gets snagged on the screen while you’re trying to make a call. People who use other cell phones may…

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Raja Azmi: “I Failed As A Wife For The Second Time”

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KUALA LUMPUR: Controversial producer, Raja Azmi Raja Sulaiman, have officially divorced from her husband of a year, Eddie Ghazali. The former couple formally parted ways after Eddie’s talak pronouncement was accepted by the Gombak Timur Lower Syariah Court,here, at 3.07 p.m today. Raja Azmi filed for divorce after numerous attempts to save their crumbling marriage…

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Update Your Look With These 5 Easy Make-Up Tricks

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If you have dark circles under your eyes or running late to the office, chances are you’ll be applying make-up in a haste. But these are great tips on how to do a full face of make up and not be over done. 1. Apply a moisturizer with SPF to help concealer glide on smoothly…

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7 Genius Kitchen Hacks That Makes Life So Much Easier

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If you’re anything like me, you spend a lot of time planning meals and preparing food, making all of those helpful kitchen tips and tricks that save you time (and your sanity) worth knowing! And so, I have rounded up some of the best kitchen tips that just might have you saying “Why didn’t I…

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Simply Delicious: Healthy Yoghurt Chicken Curry Recipe

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When it comes to my dad’s favourite dish, he can’t say no to a good, flavourful chicken curry. Being a big man with an even bigger appetite to boot, it was apparent that his usual large-sized portions really added up to his waistline. And as expected, with a ballooning belly comes all kinds of pesky…

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Pulau Perhentian Fishermen Discovered Headless Decomposed Body, Believed To Be Of Foreigner

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A shirtless man’s decomposed body was found near Pulau Perhentian Kecil. District police chief, Supt Khaled Che Lah, said a group of fishermen discovered the body floating on the sea, 10 n.m. off Perhentian Kecil island, at about 2.00 p.m yesterday. “I believe the semi-decomposing corpse belonged to a foreigner,based on the tattoos inked on…

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Mother Saves Son’s Life While Claiming Hers In Tragic Accident

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Mothers battle to the death to give birth to their offsprings, and continue on to put their lives on the line for the sake of the children. A 54-year-old woman sacrificed her life for her son yesterday when she pushed the 12-year-old out of the way as a speeding motorcycle was approaching the two. In…

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Doctor Says Humans Can’t Lay Eggs; It’s Just Weird Poop

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Last week, we ran the story of a sexagenarian who claimed he had been laying eggs since 1998. But today, we are going to debunk this somewhat mythical being/chicken wannabe. It may look exactly like an egg, but whatever came out of Jakarta local Kakek Sinin’s anus is definitely not an egg. In fact, Dr…

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Hadi’s Days Are Numbered

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PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang is counting days now as the moderates begun subtly pushing him out of the post with the aim of having the party to stay in the opposition pact of Pakatan Rakyat (PR). Aligned to Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) de facto chief Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, the moderates have…

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Razif Sidek On Chong Wei’s Doping Scandal: “It’s About Time”

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Former national badminton player, Razif Sidek told a Malaysian daily, that the positive doping results was ‘expected’ as the World’s No.1 player “has been using the unknown substance for years”. According to Razif, quite a few of the Badminton Association of Malaysia’s (BAM) officials and players knew about Chong Wei’s apparent drug use. He also…

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Johor Crown Prince And Cik Puan Khaleeda’s Exclusive Wedding Reception Photos

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It was truly a love story made in fairy tales when the Tunku Mahkota of Johor Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim took a beautiful commoner, Khaleeda Bustamam’s hand in marriage on 20th October,this year. Last night, the handsome couple arrived in style at Istana Besar for their wedding reception about 8.50pm this evening. All eyes were…

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Malaysia Develops World’s First Halal CSI Unit

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Malaysia is going to be the world’s first country to have a Halal CSI unit, which will be tasked with sussing out not the perpetrators of grisly murders, but to detect traces of pork DNA and other haram substances in halal-certified products. The Halal Contamination Scene Investigation unit (note the subtle difference) is being developed…

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Irish Bull To Face Slaughter For Being Gay

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An Irish bull is facing the grim prospect oto be beheaded at theabattoir, because he only has eyes for his male counterparts. Benjy,who belongs to the Charolais pedigree who belongs to a farm in County Mayo, was bought to breed with fertile cows. However, when they were later examined, it was revealed that none of…

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6 Things You Can Do At Night To Beat The Bloat

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Of course nights are great for going on dates, binge-watching Akademi Fantasia, doing work, chatting on the phone—you name it. But you know what else they’re great for? Setting yourself up for bigger and better weight-loss results. Just follow these tips to get yourself that much closer to your goal weight. Have a Low-Sodium Dinner…

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Former IGP Laid To Rest

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KUALA LUMPUR: The body of former top-cop Tan Sri Mohd Bakri Omar was laid to rest at Bukit Kiara Muslim cemetery, here, at about 3.50 pm today. The funeral was attended by hundreds of family members, friends and representatives from the police force. Bakri who was the seventh Inspector-General of Police (IGP) had succumbed to…

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Germany Celebrates 25th Anniversary Of Fall Of Berlin Wall

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BERLIN: More than a million Germans and people from around the world on Sunday celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the event that more than any other marked the end of the Cold War. A spectacular 15 kilometre-long string of 7,000 illuminated helium balloons traced the course of the barrier that…

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Government Ministries Achieved A Four-Year Best

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PETALING JAYA: Government ministries achieved a four-year best in terms of their financial performance and management for 2013, the third series of the Auditor-General’s report revealed. As many as 23 out of the 24 Federal Ministries were rated ‘excellent’ in 2013 compared to 22 ministries in 2012 and 19 in 2011. The number of ministries…

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1:8 Ratio To Accommodate AUCMS Medical Students

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KUALA LUMPUR: The medical student to lecturer ratio will be relaxed to accommodate the placement of students from the Allianze Univeristy College of Medical Sciences. Education Minister II, Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh said the present one lecturer to four students will be increased to 1:8, a one-off exemption set by the Malaysian Medical Council. Earlier…

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6 Super-Clever Ways To Step Up Your Eye Shadow Game

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Creating a fabulous eye look is seriously an art form (there’s a reason that they’re called make-up artists). But learning a few simple tricks of the trade can take you from eye shadow zero to eye shadow hero. We compiled this list of our favourite eye shadow hacks. Apply a Light Beige Base to Make…

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Farming Business Slows Down In Cameron Highlands

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CAMERON HIGHLANDS: Farming and business activities have slowed down in Cameron Highlands, a day after a massive operation against illegal immigrants there. Checks by the New Straits Times on the highlands today showed most of the farms, whether legally or illegally, were reduced to just a handful of workers. At some farms, there were no…

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