Monthly Archives: August 2014

Photos of indecent ‘bride’ and ‘groom’ go viral

IPOH, Aug 26 — Photographs of a half-dressed couple in what appears to be a wedding shoot have gone viral. The images of the “bride” and “groom” began the rounds on social media after lunch yesterday. It appears the photographs … Continue reading

Posted in Special Interest

An ‘Angel’ remembered

Angeline never failed to smile, said her neighbours. By Ushar Daniele and Vanessa Ee-Lyn Gomes KLANG — Angeline Premila Rajandaran will always be remembered by neighbours as a person who never failed to flash a smile. One of her neighbours, … Continue reading

Posted in Tragedy

BN will win cheers but lose power, says Khairy

Absolute loyalty is outdated and it is wrong to force civil servants to support the ruling Barisan Nasional, said Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin. Noting that his view would not be accepted by the “conservatives”, he pointed out there … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional, UMNO

Aussie woman relates ‘sexual assault’ on MAS

Laura Bushney, an Australian citizen, has finally gone public about her alleged sexual assault ordeal at the hands of a Malaysia Airlines chief steward. In an interview with Sunday Night aired on Australia’s Channel Seven today, Bushney said the chief … Continue reading

Posted in Crime

‘He’s massaging my legs,’ Aussie woman cried

AUSTRALIA: Australian Laura Bushney, 26, has lodged a report with French police, accusing  Malaysia Airlines (MAS) steward Mohd Rosli bin Ab Karim of massaging her legs and putting his hands down her pants. The 54-year-old married steward is alleged to … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Sex

Wanna try having babies the turkey baster way?

    Ace Emerson FOCUS: The act of baby making is pretty straightforward. Ask any child and they’ll have a basic concept of the aspects associated with it. A man and a woman have sexual intercourse and nine months later, voila, … Continue reading

Posted in Sex, Special Interest

Malaysian proud of Nobel prize win

Malaysia’s first Nobel Peace Prize: The Nobel Peace Prize 2013 award and certificate received by Nasarudin Mohd Yusof as a member of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. By Hariati Azizan PETALING JAYA: All that Mohd Nasarudin Mohd … Continue reading

Posted in Special Interest

Don’t fall for ‘that’s your money’ on the road thieves

V Shuman COMMENT: Opportunistic criminals are coming up with new ways to rob people of their hard-earned money quicker than you can say “Oops”. They move alone, in pairs, or in groups, keeping their eyes peeled for would-be victims. Police … Continue reading

Posted in Crime

All helpless if sultan were to dissolve assembly

Nothing can be done if the Sultan of Selangor decides to dissolve the state assembly next week as he has the power to do so, says constitutional law expert Abdul Aziz Bari even though it will not be in accordance … Continue reading

Posted in Constitutional Bills, Royalty

BN parties slam Kelantan netball male ban

Gerakan has lashed out at the Kelantan government for banning male spectators at netball tournaments, saying the move is “unwarranted and ill-conceived”. In a statement today, Gerakan Wanita chairperson Tan Lian Hoe said true adherence to religious teachings and moral … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional, PAS, Sports