They'd rather take pictures than help

PETALING JAYA: Many Malaysians would rather take pictures of an accident than help the victims – an insensitive behaviour that has been caught on film by director and producer Jason Lim. His four-minute video, Who Cares: The Truth About Malaysian Drivers, recorded how people reacted to an accident w …

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Couple die after taking poison

MUAR: A couple died after both were suspected of consuming poison at their home in Bukit Gambir near here. Ledang district police chief Supt Mohd Salleh Razak said they rushed to the couple’s single-storey house in Jalan Poi Ai after receiving a tip-off at about 10am yesterday. “We found them uncons …

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The Obama double in Malaysia

SUBANG JAYA: Iman Ishak, 25, is a lawyer who turns heads. His presence is distinct and noticeable. Around him people linger and whisper, until one day a man stood before him and bellowed “BARACK OBAMA!”. Iman is a dead ringer for the US president. A DJ-cum-lawyer, Iman has voiced a slight frustratio …

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More India visa centres to be opened

PETALING JAYA: Following many complaints over the Indian High Commission’s new ruling that required visa applicants to be present, seven more processing centres are set to be opened soon throughout Malaysia. They are located in Ipoh, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan, Malacca and Klang as well as Kota Kinab …

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