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Archive for July 29th, 2012

| July 29, 2012
Anwar Election

Opposition supremo Anwar Ibrahim lauded Wilfred Bumburing and Lajim Ukin's courage to leave their "comfortable positions" in Barisan Nasional. More ››

| July 29, 2012
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Kini tiada alasan untuk terus duduk dalam BN. Kita mesti keluar, katanya. More ››

July 29, 2012
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Lajim patut keluar Umno secara bermaruah kerana beliau tidak lagi berpegang kepada perjuangan dan dasar parti dan tidak sepatutnya... More ››

July 29, 2012
Syabas Air SElangor

Selangor government has been dogged by talk of infighting and BN is presenting the water issue as exhibit A... More ››

| July 29, 2012
protest against funeral parlour

The funeral parlour is planned to be built by Persatuan Perayaan Yee Lan Seberang Jaya less than 20 metres... More ››

July 29, 2012
Anna Hazare

Although around 4,000 supporters turned out as Hazare began his latest fast, observers say the campaign has lost much... More ››

July 29, 2012
FEATURE
Muslim travel

Malaysia, the number-one destination according to a findings, attracts Muslim visitors even during the ongoing fasting month of Ramadan. More ››

July 29, 2012
COMMONWEALTH-POLITICS-PAKISTAN

Sambutan Hari Kemerdekaan kali ini menggunakan tema "55 Tahun Merdeka Janji Ditepati". More ››

| July 29, 2012
COMMENT
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The Pakatan government when elected must immediately draw up a plan to curb further deficits and control future national... More ››

July 29, 2012
FEATURE
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How playing sport can make you better in bed. More ››

July 29, 2012
COMMENT
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The government must be more innovative and accommodative towards the sentiments and hardship of the people. More ››

July 29, 2012
COMMENT
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One year after the six PSM leaders were released from their Emergency Ordinance detention, they are still clueless as... More ››

| July 29, 2012
Jeffrey at the demo with the people  in Pinangah

The Sabah government is yet to fully respond to the people’s grievances on NCR land grabs. More ››

| July 29, 2012
FEATURE
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Malaysians love to eat – all night long too if we could. Yet few of us are aware of... More ››

| July 29, 2012
FEATURE
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Hanuman duduk bersandar pada singgahsana di balairung. More ››

| July 29, 2012
Wilfred-Bumburing

State Reform Party is hoping that the two MPs who are exiting BN are doing so because they want... More ››

| July 29, 2012
lajim ukin

Some political observers say Wilfred Bumburing and Lajim Ukin's exit from BN should not be considered as an act... More ››

| July 29, 2012
Waythamoorty

The Malaysian High Commission in London can only issue a passport to the Hindraf chairman upon getting the green... More ››

July 29, 2012
FEATURE
The Olympics stadium in London

Vietnam has expressed its concern over Dow Chemical's multi-million dollar Olympic sponsorship. More ››

July 29, 2012
ANALYSIS
Egyptian protest

Protests across Egypt have not brought a right to information. More ››

July 29, 2012
FEATURE
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Your guide to pulling at a wedding. More ››

July 29, 2012
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JAKARTA: Rescuers and navy divers in Indonesia Saturday helped a sperm whale return to the sea after it was... More ››

July 29, 2012
Kazakhstan's Alexandr Vinokourov celebrates as he wins the men's cycling road race to claim the gold medal at the London 2012 Olympic Games

LONDON: Old school cycling prevailed on Saturday as Kazakh Alexandre Vinokourov upset Britain’s plan to set up a big... More ››

July 29, 2012
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LONDON: China’s defence of their Olympic team gymnastics title began in subdued fashion yesterday when errors and stumbles put... More ››

July 29, 2012
Serena Williams of the United States waves after defeating Jankovic of Serbia in their women's singles tennis match at the All England Lawn Tennis Club during the London 2012 Olympics

LONDON: Wimbledon champion Serena Williams breezed through her first round match against Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic on the opening day... More ››

July 29, 2012
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LONDON: Park Tae-hwan was reinstated to the 400 meters freestyle final yesterday when he won an appeal against his... More ››

July 29, 2012
Doping

LONDON: Scientists working around the clock at a specially equipped anti-doping lab on the outskirts of London will analyse... More ››

July 29, 2012
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LONDON: Pounding music, raunchy dancing, Mexican waves, svelte Russian blondes in bikinis – it’s just not what you expect... More ››

July 29, 2012
The Olympic cauldron is seen alight during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium

LONDON: Almost 27 million Britons watched the Olympic opening ceremony, trumping viewing figures for last year’s royal wedding and... More ››

July 29, 2012
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NEW DELHI: India accounted for 56 percent of the world’s new leprosy infections in 2010 despite declaring itself free... More ››

July 29, 2012
Francois Hollande campaign meeting in Toulouse

MONLEZUN, (France): French President Francois Hollande yesterday urged the UN Security Council to rapidly intervene in the Syria conflict... More ››

July 29, 2012
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JERUSALEM: Three rockets fired by militants inside the Gaza Strip hit southern Israel yesterday without causing casualties or damage,... More ››

July 29, 2012
Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi attends Friday prayers during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan in Fayoum

CAIRO: Egypt’s new cabinet will be announced on Thursday, state media said yesterday, ending what was seen as a... More ››

July 29, 2012
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SEOUL: Flooding across impoverished North Korea this month has killed 88 people, left tens of thousands homeless and devastated... More ››

July 29, 2012
Families who fled from renewed fighting between government troops and M23 rebels gather in Kibati in near eastern Congolese town of Goma

NAIROBI: Rwanda’s foreign minister yesterday accused Western governments of using aid to treat African states like children, after two... More ››

July 29, 2012
Russian FM Lavrov attends a news conference in Moscow

SOCHI, (Russia): Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned yesterday that international support for Syrian rebels would lead to “more... More ››

July 29, 2012
Demonstrators shout slogans during a protest against the government of Syria's President Assad, in Istanbul

TAL RIFAAT, (Syria): Military helicopters pounded a rebel-held district of Aleppo yesterday and armored units positioned themselves for an... More ››

July 29, 2012
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov and his Japanese counterpart Gemba walk in Sochi

SOCHI, (Russia): Russia and Japan sparred yesterday over disputed islands that have strained their relations since World War Two, making... More ››

July 29, 2012
Demonstrators smash a car in front of the local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong

QIDONG, (China): Chinese officials canceled an industrial waste pipeline project yesterday after anti-pollution demonstrators occupied a government office in... More ››

July 29, 2012
File photo shows Serbian Socialist leader Dacic speaking during the 8th Congress of Socialist Party of Serbia in Belgrade

BELGRADE: The former spokesman of late strongman Slobodan Milosevic took power in Serbia on Friday, telling Europe and the... More ››

July 29, 2012
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DUSHANBE: Rebels in Tajikistan have refused to disarm or hand over a former warlord wanted by the authorities, increasing... More ››

July 29, 2012
China Piracy Patrols

MOSCOW: Russia warned yesterday that it would not cooperate with European Union sanctions requiring EU governments to search vessels... More ››

July 29, 2012
A car drives from the residence of slain charge d'affaires Fonseca at Venezuela's embassy at the Runda neighbourhood in Nairobi

NAIROBI: Police in Kenya said yesterday they had arrested six people in connection with the murder by strangling of... More ››

July 29, 2012
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WARSAW: Four Poles were killed when they were struck by lightning as they trekked across southern Poland’s Pieniny Mountains... More ››