Malaysia needs thinking Muslims, says activist Farouk Musa
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The Malaysian Insider pic by Afif Raiezal, October 21, 2014.Seen as one of the brighter prospects in the Muslim world, Malaysia is now at the crossroads of either being a progressive Islamic country or regressing into a world where clerics rule without …

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Brad Pitt shares some tips on parenting
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Actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie arrive at the British Academy of Film and Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London, February 17, 2014. ― Reuters picLONDON, Oct 21 — Brad Pitt wants his children to know the world is both …

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KLSE opens marginally higher
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KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 21 — The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI (FBM KLCI) was marginally higher this morning, in the wake of a mixed performance by its regional peers and Wall Street, dealers said. At 9.10am, the FBM KLCI stood at 1,803.54, …

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Don't believe everything in social media, Nancy Shukri tells youth
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Minister in the Prime Minister's department Nancy Shukri says she is the target of online vilification after her reply on why Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali was not charged despite calling for the burning of Malay Bibles. – The Malaysian Insider …

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Taarabt hits back at Redknapp
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Redknapp launched an attack on the Morocco international after QPR's 3-2 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday, claiming Taarabt was "not fit to play football", adding, "I can't keep protecting people who don't want to run about and train, who are about three …

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Fernandinho plays down impact of CSKA Moscow stadium ban
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Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho has played down the significance of CSKA Moscow's stadium ban ahead of tonight's Champions League encounter in Russia. The Group E … I don't think this [a closed stadium] is good for either team or for football.

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Football – PREVIEW-Arsenal's injuries offer hope to Anderlecht
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Arsenal are not firing on all cylinders, however, and Saturday's 2-2 home draw with Hull City left Arsene Wenger's side 11 points off the pace in the Premier League. The London club are still formidable opponents, but if ever there was a good time to …

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F1: Bianchi "a ralenti" avant son accident, affirme Marussia
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Le pilote de F1 Jules Bianchi, qui est dans un état critique depuis son accident au Grand Prix du Japon le 5 octobre, "a ralenti" avant le choc, a affirmé mercredi son écurie Marussia, qui a publié un communiqué pour contester avec véhémence des …

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New iPhones deliver big profits for Apple
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Apple said it sold more than 39 million iPhones in the quarter, boosted by the launch last month of the big-screen iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. That compared with 33.8 million in the same period a year ago. The iPhone accounted for more than $23 billion in …

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Premier League – Van Gaal: Manchester United can catch Chelsea
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Daley Blind scored an 87th minute equaliser after Saido Berahino's sixth league goal of the season almost wrapped up victory for Albion. Marouane Fellaini scored his first United goal to make it 1-1 but the draw left United 10 points behind Chelsea yet …

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Ireland's business community pitches for opportunities
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Ireland's business community in Asia gathered in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur for the eighth Asia Pacific Irish Business Forum, an event each year just before the region's GAA players take to the pitch in boiling heat to compete in the Asian …

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Indonesia's Widodo to visit Malaysia soon, says Najib
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JAKARTA: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has said the new Indonesian President Joko Widodo who took his oath of office on Monday (Oct 20) has consented to visit Malaysia officially, soon. Najib said the invitation of the Malaysian government was …

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