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'Wild Party' : 33 Held For Drug Offences

KUALA LUMPUR: Two students were among 33 people detained by the police for testing positive for drugs in a raid at a 'wild party' held in a luxury condominium in Jalan Sultan Ismail here yesterday.

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Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Causing Death Of Police Officer And Wife

BALING: An unemployed woman pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate's Court here today to a charge of driving under the influence of drug and causing the death of a police officer and his wife in a road crash last April 18.

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280 Areas Around Petaling, KL Face Water Disruption For 5 Days

280 areas involving 173 in Petaling and 107 in Kuala Lumpur territories will face unscheduled water disruption following the rupture of a main pipe behind the building of ELC International School, Jln Sierramas Barat Sungai Buloh.

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CEO Makes M’sian Girl’s Wish A Reality After A Syndicate Cheated Her Into Buying Fake Concert Tickets

Avid musicophile of any solo artists or bands can certainly attest to the fact that when their all-time favourite singer or band comes to town, getting their hands on a ticket or two is a must!

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Govt Observing Prudent Spending, Not Extravagant, Says Najib

Pic: BernamaPUTRAJAYA: The government is observing prudent spending, and within limits, and was certainly not extravagant in its expenditure, says Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

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Thaqif's Death Classified As Murder - IGP

The death of abused tahfiz student, Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gadaffi had jolted Malaysians over the senseless tragedy that no one saw coming.

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Police Probing 'Typo' On Banner Congratulating Agong On Coronation

BATU KURAU: Police are investigating the circumstances behind an alleged typo on a banner supposedly congratulating Sultan Muhammad V on his coronation as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, displayed at the MCA Taiping building.

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Kabali Culture Infecting Local Student Population: Rayer

BUTTERWORTH: The Kabali culture is rife in schools especially among Indian students, said Seri Delima assemblyman R. S. N. Rayer (pix).

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JJPTR Founder Wants To Prove Trading Account Was Hacked

BUTTERWORTH: The founder of a troubled high-yield investment scheme will hold a press conference to prove that its trading account was hacked resulting in losses of US$50 million (RM218.26 million).

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Support For Azalina

Pic: theSunPETALING JAYA: Women leaders from both sides of the political divide today came to the defence of Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said, after she was targeted in a post by Facebook user "Otai Bersih" on April 20.

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