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LAST_UPDATEFri, 20 Jan 2017 10pm

Increase In Divorce Rates Due To Facebook

In this day and age, we can’t deny that now people use Facebook as a platform to share almost every and any sort of information for friends and family to see.

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[Video] Man Tries To Cut Out A Fox Frozen In Block Of Ice With Chainsaw

Pic: AP

The picture of the ginger fox trapped inside a rectangular block of ice made headlines earlier this week after it was shared by Jager Franz Stehle.

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What Are Today's Headlines?

 
Highlighted in the English dailies today are news of the Johor Sultan saying that he is 'deeply offended and hurt' by Tun Dr Mahathir's remarks on the Forest City in Johor, the Health Ministry expressing concerned about a pill named Misoprostol, the death of three Malaysian Islamic State Militants killed in air raids in Syria and the call for the reintroduction of a lie detector test in the public service.

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Fancy A 'Goblet Of Fire' Cocktail? This Harry Potter Themed Cafe Is Making Waves

Just when we thought the Harry Potter fandom would die down a little as the last book was published in 2007, the talented J.K Rowling surprised us with Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them as well as the play Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.

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[Video] Rooster Inspires New Year Resolutions In Singapore Bird Park

Pic: Straits Times

A rooster at Singapore's Jurong Bird Park inspired visiting Chinese tourists to make a few resolutions on Wednesday, ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday.

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Rich Chinese, Inspired by ‘Downton,’ Fuel Demand for Butlers

Liu Janmin, left, and Zhang Ling, students at the International Butler Academy China in Chengdu, checking the alignment of glasses on the table for a formal dinner. Credit: Gilles Sabrie for The New York Times

CHENGDU: Mao once said that a revolution was not a dinner party. But with the communist revolution turning into opulent capitalism, China’s rich are now making sure the dinner party settings are immaculate and the wine is poured just right.

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"Dr Mahathir Has Gone Too Far", Johor Sultan Condemns Him For Using Race Card Again Over China Investments

Filepic: NST

The Sultan of Johor Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar has had enough and is going public with his displeasure at former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad for exploiting the race card again.

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Muslim Nations Promoting Terrorism In Middle East To Retain Hegemony, Interest

FilepicKUALA LUMPUR: Muslim nations in the Middle East are promoting terrorism to retain their hegemony, said political scientist Chandra Muzaffar, who heads the International Movement for a Just World (Just).

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Faraday Future's Cash Flow Woe

The FF91 impressed car buffs - the company has promised it will be ready by 2018Faraday Future, the company hoping to beat Tesla in the electric car game, had to halt building its factory in order to afford its glitzy CES press event, the firm told the BBC.

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For The New Year, Why Not Try A Healthier Start To Your Mornings

As we welcome the New Year, the twelve months ahead stretch ahead full of possibilities and some of us have already made ambitious resolutions for 2017; others take a deep breath and hope for the best.

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