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LAST_UPDATESun, 26 Mar 2017 11am

70 Per Cent Of University Graduates Prefer Foreign-made Cars Over Proton

Believing that the national car is not comparable to foreign brands has led 70 per cent of local university graduates to buy foreign-made cars.

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[Video] A Journey Down Memory Lane On P Ramlee's Birthday Anniversary ​

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Gone, but never forgotten. There is no phrase that is more apt when talking about our own cinema master, P Ramlee.

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Here Are The Headlines For Today:

The English mainstream dailies today frontpaged issues concerning Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak emphasising on the need to boost our defence industry to ensure national security as well as the ambiguous future for Power Rangers after it was revealed one of the characters has homosexual tendencies.

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Kid Whizzes By On Skate-Scooter To Beat Traffic Light -- But Learns Painful Lesson

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A young boy was hit by a taxi after he beat a traffic light at a pedestrian crossing while riding his skate-scooter.

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'Monster UFO' appears by International Space Station 'before NASA cuts camera feed'

The 'large UFO' has been dismissed as a lens flare. Photo: Streetcap Youtube

In a video uploaded to YouTube, a “cigar-shaped” object is seen above Earth, with two bright objects below it.

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Discovering The Hidden Gems Of Perlis

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WANG KELIAN -- The view of the jungle canopy from the summit of Gunung Perlis was worth the three-hour trek up the hill, located in the midst of the Perlis State Park in Wang Kelian.

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IAEA To Support Cuban Scientific Programmes For Civilian Use

HAVANA -- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Monday highlighted its support for Cuba's Science and Technology Programme for 2018-2019 in the areas of human health, food security and environmental protection, China's Xinhua news agency reported.

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[VIDEO] Watch What Happens When Parents Read Aloud Mean Tweets To Their Kids

Parents are constantly reminded to be exemplary role models for their kids, especially when it comes to being mindful of what and how they speak.

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Minah Moto Film To Be Screened While Beauty And The Beast Still Shelved Over ‘Gay Moment’

Social media was filled with disappointed netizens following the ‘indefinite postponement’ of Disney’s live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast – but a local movie poster has triggered a wave of doubt over the film standards in Malaysia.

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