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American Professional Gamer Who Ordered ‘Sky Juice’ In M’sia Was Upset To Find Out That It Is Plain Water

Malaysians are very familiar with ‘sky juice’ when we waltz in any eatery, but a professional Dota player was sorely disappointed when he discovered that the ‘exotic drink’ didn’t live up to his expectations.

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What Are Today's Headlines?

Popular on the headlines of the English dailies today is the nabbing of a ministry’s Secretary-General and his s son by MACC and a stateless boy who finally gets to go to school.

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Scientists Link Higher Dementia Risk To Living Near Heavy Traffic

Pic: ReutersLONDON: People who live near busy roads laden with heavy traffic face a higher risk of developing dementia than those living further away, according to researchers in Canada.

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A Year In Rail: 2017's Biggest Projects

Worldwide, work is progressing on a number of rail projects, from a new metro in Melbourne to Kenya’s ambitious cross-border standard gauge railway.

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A Look Back At KPDNKK's Efforts In Enforcing The Restructuring Of The Cooking Oil Subsidy

Back in October 2016, rumours started to circulate that the subsidy for cooking oil would be abolished, causing panic among consumers as some assumed that the cooking oil price would be increased to between RM3.70 and RM3.90 per kilogram (kg).

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KPDNKK Announces New Regulation Effective 1 January To Curb Profiteering, Amid Claims Of Cooking Oil Price Hike

In the effort to safeguard the rights and interests of consumers, the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK) ministry announced the enforcement of The Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Regulations 2016 (Mechanism To Determine Unreasonably High Profits for Goods) effective January 1 (2017) to curb profiteering.

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Chanel Paper Bags On Sale Online From 1 Sen To RM100, You'd Better Believe It!

For those shopaholics who lead a luxurious lifestyle – splurging on designer goods, here’s some good news for you to earn extra cash – don’t throw away your designer paper bags.

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In Pictures: London Zoo Animals Counted For Stocktake

Tigers, penguins and a lesser-known aye-aye baby were some of the animals counted by zookeepers at London Zoo's annual stock count.

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[VIDEO] Woman Crushes Girl’s Leg With Motorcycle Because She Refused To Go Home

A video footage of a Chinese woman repeatedly riding a motorcycle over a six-year-old girl recently surfaced and immediately went viral.

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Notorious Serial Killer Charles Manson Moved Out Of Prison Into Hospital Due To Serious Illness

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Convicted serial killer and cult leader Charles Manson has been temporarily moved from prison to a hospital due to a ‘serious illness,’ according the US media.

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