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Sex News: Court Finds Woman Guilty Of Helping Son Flee After Killing Of Malaysian
Tuesday, November 29 @ 07:51:34 CST by sound (1937 reads)
SocialAnonymous writes "
MELBOURNE, Nov 29 (Bernama) -- A court in Sydney has found an Indonesian-born woman guilty of being an accessory after the fact to her son's murder of her Malaysian lover in an "honour killing".

Nita Iskandar, 47, had pleaded not guilty to the charge, which related to helping her 21-year-old son Andrew Iskandar flee to Singapore the day after the killing of her lover Mohd Shah Saemin, a driver at the Malaysian consulate in Sydney, the Australian Associated Press reports.

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Delhi topples Mumbai as maximum city
Wednesday, October 19 @ 22:54:43 CDT by sound (1279 reads)
SocialAnonymous writes "
Rukmini Shrinivasan & Hemali Chhapia, TNN | Oct 20, 2011

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: The urban agglomeration (UA) of Delhi has for the first time overtaken that of Mumbai, a TOI analysis of just-released census data shows. Close to 22 million people now live in Delhi's extended urban sprawl, while Mumbai's sprawl is home to just under 21 million.

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Woman CEO maligns female colleague on Net, detained
Wednesday, October 19 @ 22:47:03 CDT by sound (2107 reads)
SocialAnonymous writes "
Mateen Hafeez, TNN | Oct 17, 2011,

MUMBAI: Cybercrime is usually perceived as the province of depraved men. But a disturbing trend has come to light of late. Increasingly, women are resorting to online tactics to achieve some nefarious end.

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Sex News: Sex slaves freed
Tuesday, October 18 @ 10:54:37 CDT by sound (2094 reads)
SocialAnonymous writes "
The Star, Oct 18 2011,By RASHITHA A. HAMID ,

KUALA LUMPUR: A major Ugandan sex slave ring that forced its own nationals into prostitution in China and here was busted by police in a sting operation.

Twenty-one women, many of them in their 20s, were locked up as syndicate members worked them non-stop for 10 hours daily for the past three months.

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Revolution by Indian youth!
Sunday, October 02 @ 11:22:12 CDT by sound (1256 reads)
SocialAnonymous writes "         Every day we read the articles about the Indian youth and issues. But i have meted a group of youth and i really impressed with what they are doing currently.
         They are just normal youngsters, no higher education or with any strong financial foundation. What they are currenlty doing is amassing. They have named their team as “Ilaya Saktigal”. It’s mean the power of youth”. "

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Police Nab Seven, Including Three Foreigners, For Fraudulent Internet Money Tran
Wednesday, September 14 @ 10:38:34 CDT by sound (1523 reads)
SocialAnonymous writes "
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 14 (Bernama) -- The police have detained seven people, including three foreign men, in connection with fraudulently transfering RM250,000 through the internet recently.

The foreigners are from Sierra Leonne, Jordan and Pakistan. Of the remaining four suspects, three are local women.

The seven, aged between 20 and 27, were picked up at several locations in the Millenium Square, Petaling Jaya in a three-day operation, beginning Sept 10.

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Revive the days when we mastered English
Wednesday, August 10 @ 09:18:40 CDT by sound (1710 reads)
SocialAnonymous writes "The Star, Aug 10 2011, Analysis By Baradan Kuppusamy

The Government has to acknowledge the all-round collapse of the English language as a teaching and learning medium and find ways to seriously rebuild our country’s proficiency levels.

DEPUTY Prime Minister and Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has ordered the English Language Curriculum Division to re-study the learning of English in schools to ensure students can master it as a second language.


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Police Used Dogs To Search For Bodies In Sosilawati Case, Court Told
Thursday, July 14 @ 09:29:54 CDT by sound (1732 reads)
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SHAH ALAM, July 14 (Bernama) -- The High Court here Thursday was told that police used tracker dogs to search for bodies at a plantation in Banting, believed to be where cosmetics millionairess Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others were brutally murdered.

Supt Denis Leong Sung Kuai of the Selangor Police Serious Crimes Division said the dogs were brought in after his team failed to discover any corpse at the plantation on September 9 2010.

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Sosilawati Showed Witness RM1 Million Cheque From Pathmanaban, Court Told
Wednesday, July 06 @ 10:12:53 CDT by sound (1790 reads)
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July 06, 2011 21:59 PM SHAH ALAM, July 6 (Bernama) -- Murdered cosmetics millionairess Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya had received a RM1 million cheque from former lawyer N. Pathmanaban during a brief encounter in August last year, the High Court heard Wednesday.

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Sosilawati murder: Prosecution To Prove Murder Committed By All Four Accused
Monday, July 04 @ 10:23:03 CDT by sound (1094 reads)
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SHAH ALAM, July 4 (Bernama) -- The prosecution in the murder trial of cosmetic millionairess Datuk Sosilawati Lawiya and three others will submit evidence to prove that N.Pathmanabhan and his three workers committed the murders.

Deputy public prosecutor Ishak Mohd Yusoff, in his opening speech, said the evidence was based on the findings of the victims' DNA on the exhibits that had been tendered, like cricket bat and the zinc sheets used for burning the victims' bodies.

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