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Haziq Nadzli Trending On Twitter, TMJ Tells Team ‘Thank You’

Congratulations to the Harimau Muda team for putting up a great fight against Thailand last night – and in spite of a blunder made by goalkeeper Mohd Haziq Nadzli, it has become the talk of Twitterville – for all the right reasons.

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How The People Of Malaya Celebrated Their First Merdeka

MERDEKA!

The cries of independence by our late first Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj on August 31, 1957 signaled the end of the British rule on Malaya. The historic moment, held at the Merdeka Stadium, was met with thunderous applause as the people of Malaya celebrated their first day as a citizen of an independent country.

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Waiting The Worst With Harvey, The Storm That Won’t Go Away

Downtown Houston bar owner William Bedner pours a round of whiskeys by flashlight in this photo taken on Aug. 28, 2017. Bedner’s bar lost power as Tropical Storm Harvey flooded the streets just blocks from his bar Lilly & Bloom. Bedner has kept pouring drinks for friends, but expects to lose a lot of business and money due to the devastation wrought by the storm. (AP Photo/Jason Dearen)

HOUSTON — Michael Bedner saw disasters come and go during his 33 years with the Houston Police Department. Harvey, however, just won’t go away.

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Woman Got Lazy To Remove Her Contact Lens, Here's What Happened To Her

Pic: ShutterstockContact lens users know that they are not supposed to go to bed with their contact lenses still intact but for one young woman, a lapse in following this rule left her paying the ultimate price.

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Descendants Of Merdeka Leaders Leave Their Mark On Longest Mural

Malaysians have been flocking towards Jalan Genting Klang as they hope to leave their palm prints on the 600 metre stretch of wall in Taman Bunga Raya, as part of a pledge to uphold the spirit of patriotism in conjunction with our 60th Independence Day.

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What Are Today’s Headlines?

The 111 gold medals we collected at the SEA Games has evidently become the highlight of the English dailies today.

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Negaraku Penned By Indonesian-Born Composer After Worldwide Search

We, as Malaysians, have been singing Negaraku for as long as we can remember and the lyrics have well been embedded in our soul, but do you know that we owe our National Anthem to a man who hailed from West Sumatra?

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Why This M’sian Student’s Tinder Profile Was Featured On BuzzFeed

New York City-based online site BuzzFeed boasts more than 10 million followers on Facebook alone due to its feature of viral content from all over the world.

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A Mammoth Engineering Feat, Scotland's Third Forth Bridge Is Ready To Open

EDINBURGH: The Queensferry Crossing, the third bridge in as many centuries to link Edinburgh and the north of Scotland over the River Forth, was formally completed on Monday, concluding the biggest Scottish infrastructure project in a generation.

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Baby Wrapped In Plastic And Left To Die, Fortunately Saved By A Pakistani Man

A baby boy with his umbilical cord still on was wrapped in a plastic and abandoned in a bush near the government quarters of Desa Kenanga Muadzam Shah in Kuantan last night.

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