• In Karpal, slain Beng Hock’s kin saw a beacon of hope

    GEORGE TOWN, April 19 — The house at Number 144A Jalan Utama has seen a ceaseless stream of visitors since morning. They came from all walks of life, mostly in groups, sometimes alone to offer...

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    • 4 questions about missing Malaysian plane answered

      Travelers at Asian airports have asked questions about the March 8 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Here are some of them, followed by answers.

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      • Baihakki cut from Johor Darul Takzim

        The Singapore international announced on social media that he will be rested for the remaining games of the season and will return to play for their second string next year

        • First bodies found within cabins of South Korean sunken ferry

          Seoul, April 19 (IANS) Three days after the 6,825-tonne passenger ferry capsized and sank off the Jindo Island near the southwestern tip of South Korea, first bodies were found Saturday morning within the passenger cabins of the ferry, local media reported. The divers arrived at the third and…

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          • Tori Spelling 'fighting for marriage'

            Tori Spelling is said to believe she can cure Dean McDermott's "cheating ways".

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            • COMMENT: Xenophobia rears its ugly head in Singapore once more

              Kirsten Han is a Singaporean blogger, journalist and filmmaker. She is also involved in the We Believe in Second Chances campaign for the abolishment of the death penalty. A social media junkie, she tweets at @kixes. The views expressed are … Continue reading →

              • Apple Ripped Off This Clock Design For The iPad And Now The Owners Have Given A Huge Contract To Samsung

                The clock was originally designed in the 1940s by Hans Hilfiker and is a symbol of both the company and the country.

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                • 3-million-year old green landscape found beneath ice sheet!

                  New York, April 19 (IANS) There was a green and forested landscape prior to the time that the ice sheet began to form in Greenland and scientists have now discovered that the three-million-year-old landscape still exists beneath the Greenland ice sheet. "Pre-glacial landscapes can remain preserved…

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                  • Study: sleeping positions reflect quality of relationships

                    Whether a couple sleeps face to face or back to back, with or without physical contact, is a good indicator of relationship health, according to a study presented at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, which is taking place in the Scottish city through April 20. Couples who sleep closer…

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                    • Henry: Liverpool ahead of schedule

                      The American admits the Reds' surprise title challenge has come quicker than even he anticipated, with Champions League qualification the limit of his ambitions this season

                      • MH370 search at 'critical juncture'

                        The effort to find missing flight MH370 is at a "very critical juncture", Malaysia's transport minister said Saturday as authorities mull whether to reassess a challenging search of the Indian Ocean seabed that has so far found nothing. "The search for today and tomorrow is at a very critical…

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                        • Malaysia will rope in Deftech, Boustead for MH370’s deep-water recovery

                          KUALA LUMPUR, April 19 — Should the Bluefin-21 robot submersible fail to locate the wreck of Flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean, Malaysia will call for assistance from DRB-HICOM Defence Technologies...

                          • Fatal Voyage Was Officer's First at Helm of Ferry

                            The junior officer at the helm of South Korea's ill-fated ferryboat was plying those waters for the first time when it sank, prosecutors said on Saturday.

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                            • Japan expands army footprint for first time in 40 years, risks angering China

                              By Nobuhiro Kubo YONAGUNI Japan (Reuters) - Japan began its first military expansion at the western end of its island chain in more than 40 years on Saturday, breaking ground on a radar station on a tropical island off Taiwan. The move risks angering China, locked in a dispute with Japan over…

                              • Interfaith group ‘worried’ that ex-judge can have such ‘racist’ views

                                KUALA LUMPUR, April 19 — An interfaith group expressed shock today at the “racist” views of a former high-ranking judge who had called the presence of large Hindu and Buddhist statues in the...

                                The Malay Mail Online
                                • Duchess ‘gets style advice from PA’

                                  Britain's Duchess of Cambridge has apparently had the help of her PA to pull together a regal wardrobe for her tour of Australia and New Zealand.

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                                  • Why Barcelona should consider selling Messi

                                    The Argentina captain is at odds with the club over a new contract but with the need for renewal urgent around Camp Nou, should the Catalans take the money and run?

                                    • South Korea ferry captain defends actions, bodies seen in ship

                                      Investigators arrested Lee Joon-Seok and two of his crew early in the morning. All three have been criticised for abandoning hundreds of passengers trapped in the ferry, as they made their own escape. Lee was charged with negligence and failing to secure the safety of passengers in violation of…

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                                      • How to sleep sweat-free during summer nights

                                        Sleep expert Nerina Ramlakhan says "there needs to be a fractional temperature difference between our body and our brain - a warm body and a cool head." "When the outdoor temperature rises this becomes more difficult but there are plenty of things you can do to beat the heat," femalefirst.co.uk…

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