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Yep, That's Really Uma Thurman

Uma Thurman then and nowUma Thurman not only has a new project, she also has a new look.

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Rock Stars’ Riders: Square Melons, Emergency Limes And Monster Munch

Rock stars riders Cup Noodles roast chicken Monster Munch and square melonsJack White hit the headlines with his detailed guacamole demands, but the most outrageous rider requests were left behind in the 80s. Unless you’re Lady Gaga …

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I’m Not Hiding In The Closet, I’m Just Metrosexual

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If you’ve watched the Hollywood thriller movie ‘American Psycho’, you must know one scene which gives a peek of what a metrosexual man’s morning routine looks like. Patrick Bateman (played by Christian Bale), is a 27-year-old who exudes just that of a metrosexual character and has a precise morning routine to make him ultra-fabulous.

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Young People Told To Keep Minds Off Sex On Valentine's Day

BANGKOK: Bangkok city officials are urging young Thais to forgo sex on Valentine’s Day this weekend and visit temples instead, as a far better way to mark the day of love.

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Who Will Miss Anwar When He Is In Prison?

Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was found guilty of sodomy charges yesterday.

Did the guilty verdict come as a complete surprise to many? For some, the decision by the Federal Court yesterday to uphold the earlier Court of Appeal's decision on March 7, 2014 must have come as a shock while others breathed a sigh of relief that our nation can finally move forward from this sordid saga.

For many of Anwar's former allies turned foes, yesterday's turn of events are not that unexpected if one were to take a closer look at Anwar's checkered past riddled with political intrigue as his approach of 'the ends justifying the means' approach had cost him many loyal political allies and friends along the way.

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[With Photos] What Happened Outside The Courthouse After Anwar's Verdict?

A day that was hoped by many for a fruitful outcome for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s turned into a minor scuffle as protesters decry the authorities that ensued the police convoy who were leaving the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya.

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Meet The Most Vitriolic Valentine’s Day Haters Around The World

Tongue-in-cheek “Anti-Valentine’s Day” parties are de rigueur in cities from Los Angeles to Singapore these days. But in some other parts of the world, opposition toward the holiday runs much deeper and is tangled up in politics, religion, and national identity.

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Anwar Recalls His First Imprisonment: "It Made Me Stronger And Smarter"

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IN case you've been living under a rock or were in some sort of a coma yesterday, you've already heard and most likely had discussed the hot topic on everyone’s mind – Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been sentenced to prison once again. He failed in his appeal to have his sodomy conviction overturned and will serve out five years in prison.

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Never Tried BDSM? Go On, It’s Good For You

BDSMFifty Shades of Grey is opening people’s eyes to the joys of BDSM. According to Brad Sagarin, a Guardian columnist, it isn’t just a bit of bedroom fun – it has serious benefits for you and your partner.

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Migrant Workers: Malaysia's 'Invisible' Workforce

“MIGRATION is an expression of the human aspiration for dignity, safety and a better future. It is part of the social fabric, part of our very make-up as a human family,” - Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General

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