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Zizi unfazed by - porn star' remarks from netizens

POPULAR local artiste Zizi Kirana is unfazed by comments from netizens who labelled her as similar to "a porn star", owing to frequent sexy postings in her Instagram account. The actress-cum-singer, who is well-known for her song Nak Ke Tak Nak Lepak Mamak, said she was not slighted by such comments.



Hakam supports ratification of ICERD, denounces recent threats of racial unrest

PETALING JAYA: National Human Rights Society has welcomed the Government's recent proposal to ratify the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination in Malaysia . In a statement on Sunday , Hakam's secretary-general Lim Wei Jiet said the society also supports Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's commitment to have prior consultations with all stakeholders so that any unfounded fears are allayed and to ensure that the integral facets of the Federal Constitution are upheld.



FAM offers 2,000 more tickets for Malaysia-Myanmar AFF Cup match

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 The Football Association of Malaysia will sell an additional 2,000 tickets for Malaysia's final Group A match against Myanmar in the AFF Suzuki Cup championship at the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil this Saturday. FAM secretary-general Stuart Ramalingam said Harimau Malaya fans could get these additional RM20 tickets at selected Al-Ikhsan Sports branches from today.



Anwar calls out Baru Bian over unexplained absence at PKR Congress

SHAH ALAM: Works Minister and Sarawak PKR chief Baru Bian was one of the party leaders who was noticeable absent during the three-day PKR National Congress, with no reason given, says newly-installed president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. "Baru Bian, I don't know, he did not give a reason, that's why I called out this behaviour in my speech," Anwar said in a press conference after the Congress which ended earlier Sunday .



Setia SPICE records win at Malaysia Property Award 2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 SP Setia Bhd's hybrid solar-powered convention centre, Setia SPICE, has won the Purpose Built category at the Malaysia Property Award 2018 held yesterday. President and Chief Executive Officer Datuk Khor Chap Jen said unlike other venues for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions , Setia SPICE is a purpose-built, world-class facility that would present the general public an opportunity to get together for business, work and pleasure pursuits.



Foreigner nabbed for having fake IC, trying to bribe cops

Keningau: Police arrested a foreign man having a fake identity card and trying to bribe two on-duty civil servants at Jalan Apin-Apin, Thursday. Acting District Police Chief, ASP Lee Nyuk Kim said the 25-year-old labourer from Kampung Kerabot, Ansip, here, was arrested and remanded for investigation under Section 25 of the National Registration Regulations 1990 and Section 17 of the Malaysian Anti - Corruption Commission Act 2009.



IGP: Cops awaiting prosecutors' instruction over police reports filed by murdered Cradle CEO

KUALA LUMPUR : Police are still waiting for further instruction from the deputy public prosecutor's office on four police reports lodged by Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan before he was found dead in a fire in his house on June 14. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun said the investigation paper had been submitted to the deputy public prosecutor and police are still waiting for further instruction. "However, all reports were withdrawn by the late Nazrin," he told reporters after attending a Cadet Inspector and Cadet Sergeant Basic Training Course passing out parade at Police Training Centre here Saturday .



Three cops arrested for drug possession following raid on cobbler's stall

KUALA LUMPUR: Three policemen were arrested along with five others for drug-related offences in Cheras here on Saturday . Cheras OCPD Asst Comm Mohamed Mokhsein Mohamed Zon said that a raid was conducted following a tip-off from the public.



To mark 50-year diplomatic ties, Hungary wants cooperation agreements with Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur: Hungary hopes to ink several cooperation agreements next year with Malaysia to commemorate their 50-year diplomatic ties. Hungarian Ambassador to Malaysia, Attila Kali said economic, science and technology, as well as agricultural cooperation were among the highlights sought by Budapest in the cooperation agreements with Putrajaya.



Teacher attacked by spooked animal during Thailand trip

IPOH: A teacher went for a beach holiday in Songkhla, Thailand, but ended up being bitten and trampled by a horse. Nur Aini Ruslan, 29, said she was riding a horse on Samila Beach when another horse ran amok on Nov 6. "I heard some shouting and just as I was about to turn my head to see what was happening, a horse crashed into the one I was riding, causing us to fall.



Chilean friends vacationing in Malaysia avoid a death sentence for the death of a drug addict

Trouble for the Conways? Kellyanne writes catty Twitter bio about her husband and insiders say she thinks he's 'disloyal and going against their marriage vows' after he compares Trump administration to a 'sh*tshow in a dumpster fire' Two Chilean tourists avoid the death penalty after drug addict attacked them at their hotel in Malaysia and he died while they restrained him Fernando Candia and Felipe Osiadacz claim they acted in self-defense after Yusaini Ishak attacked them because they refused to give him money Ishak followed the Chilean men to a hostel and blocked the entrance to an elevator and hit one of the men with a shoe The Malaysian man, described in court as a drug addict, broke a window and tried to attack the Chileans with glass before they subdued him Ishak died of a heart attack during the struggle.



Joanna Rampas' election petition to unseat Kiulu rep fails

KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah's Datuk Joniston Bangkuai will keep his Kiulu seat after an Election Court struck out a petition by Parti Warisan Sabah candidate Joanna Sue Henley Rampas . Justice Supang Lian made the decision on Friday after allowing Bangkuai's application to strike out the election petition by the Wirawati Warisan deputy chief.



A 120k award secures Sudbury youth centre building

A charity will be able to continue changing the lives of young people in Sudbury after it was awarded 120,000 to buy its premises. The Eden's Project had been renting the building in Gainsborough Street, but the opportunity came up to buy it when the former landlord and owner passed away.



Don't cover up sexual crimes by teachers, staff, school heads told

Kuala Lumpur: School heads should rid of the attitude to protect their school image or good name by covering sexual crimes involving their teachers and staff. A crime analyst, Datuk Akhbar Satar, said the problem, if not resolved, would lead to the sexual predators to commit similar offence even when they were to be transferred to other schools.



Regular medical check-ups can detect cancer early

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysians are encouraged to go for regular medical check-ups which could detect cancer at the early stage and to always be aware of cancer signs. Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said most cancer cases, however, were diagnosed late, often at stage three or four, due to the lack of awareness, irregular medical check-ups or lack of appropriate screening.



Malaysia says no 'U-turn' in death penalty abolition

Now, as Malaysia's minister in charge of law, he is working to get the death penalty abolished in it entirety. The legislation could be introduced in parliament before the house finishes its current sitting in the middle of next month.



Malaysia police detain 7 Abu Sayyaf fighters in raids

Malaysian police say they've arrested eight suspects including a number of alleged members of Abu Sayyaf, after reports the group was planning to carry out a series of kidnappings in the waters off eastern Sabah in Malaysian Borneo. The men - one from Malaysia and seven from the Philippines - were picked up in a series of raids over the past two weeks in Malaysia's administrative capital Putrajaya, as well as the Borneo state of Sabah, Chief of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun said in a statement on Friday.