Husband Plants Thousands of Flowers For His Blind Wife To Smell

Man’s romantic gift to his blind wife is so spectacular it draws visitors. When his wife suddenly lost her eyesight, a retired farmer found the best smelling flower he could find and planted thousands of them around their home to

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Latheefa lashes out at The Star

PUCHONG: Newly appointed Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief commissioner Latheefa Koya has lashed out at English daily The Star Online to task over an article entitled “No cronyism involved in Azmin’s case, says Latheefa.” “This is not true. My comment this

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72 Batek Orang Asli infected with measles housed at PPS

GUA MUSANG: A total of 72 people from 22 families from the Batek tribe infected with measles have been housed at the temporary relief centre (PPS) in Taman Etnobotani, here, as of yesterday. District Social Welfare Department (SWD) officer Hizani

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Student abuse: Teacher and mother reconcile, apologised to each other

PUCHONG: The family of the student who was caned by a teacher in Johor Bahru made peace today with one another. In a report by Sinar Harian, the mother and the teacher shook hands after attending a meeting arranged by

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Updated: Bomb threat forces plane to land at Stansted

An Air India flight to the United States made a precautionary landing at London Stansted on Thursday due to a bomb threat. Flight AI 191 to Newark International Airport, near New York, took off from Mumbai International Airport on Thursday

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AGC stays out of Ikram Anggun vs Selangor subsidiary

PUTRAJAYA: The Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) has turned down the appellate court’s request to participate in an appeal relating to a contract entered into between a developer and a subsidiary of the Selangor government. Lawyer Datuk Lim Chee Wee told the

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Johor Sultan: Elected representatives must be voice of the people

JOHOR BAHRU: The Sultan of Johor today called on all people’s representatives in the state to undertake their responsibilities in being the voices of their constituents, and not act in their own interests. Sultan Ibrahim Almarhum Sultan Iskandar expressed the

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Lost Paradise allowed to continue ops despite collapsed wall

GEORGETOWN: The Lost Paradise Resort where a retaining wall collapsed and killed four foreign workers has been allowed to continue its operations by Penang Island City Council. Mayor Datuk Yew Tung Seang confirmed this and added that the local authorities

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Fresh protests rattle Hong Kong, want voice at G20 summit

HONG KONG: Hong Kong was plunged into chaos again today as protesters rallied outside the justice secretary’s offices, blocking roads and forcing workers to leave in the latest unrest to rock the city over an extradition bill that has now

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Japan trashes Kim Kardashian as she launches shapewear brand Kimono

Kim Kardashian West just launched her own shapewear brand and people are calling her out on the internet for stealing the name of a traditional Japanese garment and culturally appropriating it. Kim Kardashian West has sparked an online debate, which

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