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Archive for August 3rd, 2011

August 3, 2011
UPDATED
Hosni-Mubarak

by Samer al-Atrush CAIRO: Egypt’s ex-president Hosni Mubarak was wheeled into court on a stretcher today and denied murder... More ››

August 3, 2011

ROME: Referees in Italy have clarified their managing of handballs and fouls by goalkeepers in the 18-yard-box. Following a... More ››

August 3, 2011

GUANGZHOU: Karim Benzema netted a brace and Cristiano Ronaldo scored a cheeky back-heel as Real Madrid thrashed Chinese league... More ››

| August 3, 2011
Elizabeth Wong

Kerajaan Selangor berpendapat bahawa kenyataan yang mengatakan akan berlaku krisis air adalah tidak tepat dan mengelirukan. More ››

August 3, 2011
Bursa

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia extended yesterday’s losses today in line with weaker regional bourses as US stocks plunged overnight... More ››

| August 3, 2011
najib and people voting

MOV says that the Election Regulations 2002 prevent nearly one million Malaysians overseas from voting. More ››

August 3, 2011
kelapa-sawit

'The Truth in Labelling – Palm Oil' Bill is on its way to the Australian Parliament and the Malaysian... More ››

| August 3, 2011
Dr Michael Jeyakumar

PSM's Dr Michael D Jeyakumar fails to understand why the government turned the issue into a political fiasco. More ››

| August 3, 2011
ku li

Political analysts say the idea has some merit but there are too many obstacles and considerations to be taken... More ››

| August 3, 2011
khalid-ibrahim-july20

Tiga ahli akademik dilantik untuk menyelesaikan kemelut pentadbirannya, kata MB Selangor. More ››

August 3, 2011
Asian stocks

By Danny McCord HONG KONG: Asian markets slumped today as traders switched their attention from the US debt deal... More ››

August 3, 2011

SYDNEY: Four pedigree pooches were being held for a A$300,000 (US$322,000) ransom over soured multimillion-dollar business deals, a report... More ››

August 3, 2011
FEATURE
alg_bosnia_mcdonalds

By Rusmir Smajilhodzic SARAJEVO: It took four years, a lot of red tape and a little local jealousy but... More ››

| August 3, 2011
my kad

"Mana-mana bangsa tak rela dengan perbuatan khianat seperti ini," kata Salahuddin Ayub. More ››

August 3, 2011

FMT LETTER: From Helen Ang, via e-mail I refer to ‘Ramadan ads: Of armpits and morality’ and the writer’s... More ››

| August 3, 2011
8tv ads

Television station 8TV wants to apologise over its Ramadan advertisements but at the same time they claim viewers misunderstood... More ››

| August 3, 2011
EXCLUSIVE
M Sukumaran PSM EO6

PSM member M Sukumaran recalls his 28 days in detention and remains steadfast that draconian laws such as the... More ››

| August 3, 2011
Shahrir Samad

Ahli Parlimen Johor Baru, Datuk Shahrir Samad berkata beliau tidak mahu menyertai Amanah. More ››

| August 3, 2011
nik aziz

"Dia tak kenal saya, saya tak kenal dia, orang yang lompat macam ini seperti sampah," katanya. More ››

| August 3, 2011
boat people

A boat carrying 54 mainly Afghan asylum seekers are expected to arrive in Christmas Island by Thursday before they... More ››

| August 3, 2011
pekerja asing

The exercise to register undocumented foreign workers is riddled with conflicting details, says Tenaganita. More ››

| August 3, 2011
VIDEO INSIDE
lim guan eng

Latest population figures would not alter state government's policies which will continue to be fair to all, says Chief... More ››

| August 3, 2011
najib umno

Penawar, an organisation comprising ex-Umno parliamentarians headed by a Mahathir man, has expressed lack of confidence in the PM's... More ››

August 3, 2011

BANGKOK: For those facing a run of bad luck and wanting to start things over, one Thai temple has... More ››

August 3, 2011
ice cream

LONDON:  A sweet tooth might not be the only reason why we reach for ice cream and cake in... More ››

August 3, 2011
maria-sharapova-forbes2

NEW YORK :  Maria Sharapova may not have won a grand slam title since 2008, but the Russian tennis... More ››

| August 3, 2011
WAN AZIZAH

Eighteen of the 26 PKR divisons in the state are all for retaining Wan Azizah as the party's PKR... More ››

| August 3, 2011
musa aman

Chief Minister Musa Aman's extensive reach in Sabah makes him an almost invincible opponent to allies and enemies alike. More ››

| August 3, 2011
p1-bakundam

The Sarawak Health Department has dismissed allegations that the 10 workers who died were directly linked to the Bakun... More ››

| August 3, 2011
najib taib

The opposition party is demanding an answer from the federal and Sarawak governments on the huge amount of taxpayers'... More ››

| August 3, 2011
time_mahathir1

Mahathir snubs Western journalists for being no better than those they criticise. More ››

August 3, 2011
old jews

WASHINGTON:  Israeli researchers studied a population of Ashkenazi Jews who have lived to age 95 and older and found... More ››

| August 3, 2011
EO6 charged with having subversive documents

The six PSM members have claimed trial and posted bail of RM4,000 for each charge. More ››

| August 3, 2011
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Penduduk tempatan percaya kejadian berlaku akibat perbuatan 'penunggu' di kawasan Empangan Hidroelektrik Bakun. More ››

| August 3, 2011
orang mengundi

Cornered Sabah-based SAPP may just focus on contesting exclusively in state seats in the general election and leave the... More ››

| August 3, 2011
yong teck lee sapp

Former senator Dr Chong Eng Leong has offered his assistance to any institution or group wanting to rid the... More ››

August 3, 2011
COMMENT
EO6 released PSM(1)

To resort to the communist bogey to legitimise the illegal and inhuman detention of the six is an act... More ››

August 3, 2011

NEW DELHI: India is set to fund bailouts in financially-stricken Europe, marking a dramatic role reversal from 20 years... More ››

August 3, 2011

FMT LETTER: From Mathias Gomes, via e-mail The amnesty programme is a sham. Months ahead agents have been putting... More ››

August 3, 2011

FMT LETTER: From  S Manuharan, via e-mail Why is there a need on the part of the Kuala Lumpur-Selangor... More ››

August 3, 2011
FOOTBALL

GUANGZHOU: Serious money is being pumped for the first time into football in China, where the top league has... More ››

August 3, 2011

By Chris Lefkow WASHINGTON: Google is a latecomer to social networking but its new site, Google+, is growing much... More ››

August 3, 2011

LONDON: Duncan Bannatyne, star of British television show “Dragons’ Den”, yesterday caused a Twitter storm after offering 50,000 pound... More ››

August 3, 2011

MONTREAL: Online advertising revenues have surpassed those of newspapers in Canada and are expected to grow further in the... More ››

August 3, 2011

WASHINGTON: “Terrorist” US lawmakers; Tea Party conservatives holding the nation “hostage;” Republicans “hijacking” the debt deal. Is this any... More ››

August 3, 2011

WASHINGTON: A homeless man jumped the White House fence yesterday triggering a security alert, but was quickly stopped by... More ››

August 3, 2011
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By Michael Mathes WASHINGTON: Admitting a bruising debt-limit battle has likely hampered US recovery, President Barack Obama urged polarised... More ››

August 3, 2011
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By Samer al-Atrush CAIRO: Five months after an uprising ended his 30 years of nearly absolute rule, Egypt’s ex-president... More ››

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