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KUALA LUMPUR: Tired of being bullied in the cyberworld for showing support to Barisan Nasional, actor Azhar Sulaiman lodged a police report at Taman Tun Dr Ismail police station today.
He claimed, a group dubbed the cyber trooper and believed linked to the opposition had attacked his Facebook page om Sunday and was subsequently disabled.
He condemned the irresponsible act of this group who had posted insulting and threatening comments on his opinion oriented videos on Facebook and Youtube last week.
The 42 year-old who has never called for a press conference in his entire career felt that his freedom of expression was violated.
"I am disappointed because I cannot practise my freedom of expression. While the opposition was shouting about the freedom of expression, here I am being stopped. All I did was to show my support to BN and urged my FB friends to think outside the box," he said.
9 March 2014
STYLISH: For the first time in film history, the four Oscar winners in the acting categories last week were honoured with similar wins at the 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards for smaller budget movies, held a day earlier in Santa Monica beach, California. The stark contrast in the setting of these two award shows meant very different dress codes and these four Hollywood stars played their parts beautifully at both events (plus many others), captivating fashion watchers with their truly individual sartorial styles, writes Cheong Phin
3 April 2013
WHEN it comes to scholarships in Malaysia, they generally fall into one of two categories: corporate or government, or collegebased. Corporate or government scholarships are often a student’s best bet to study overseas, as many of them cover not only tuition costs, but living, computer and travel expenses as well. At the same time, they encourage their scholars to pursue their degree overseas and those that are for SPM school-leavers cover pre-university programmes.
9 March 2014
HIGH PRICE TO PAY: President Vladimir Putin knows intervening in Ukraine will destabilise the Russian economy
SHARING DATA: Social media went into overdrive as people seemed to want exclusive informatio ...
LISTEN TO PEOPLE: Non-English speakers will do well to learn to pronounce words before using t ...
NO DIRECTION: Since last year's general election, the ruling coalition is without a 'captain' ...
9 March 2014
MEETING the opposite sex with a view to matrimony has always been a difficult situation for many of us. In the old days when life was less complicated, many of us met our soulmates at places of study, work and worship, or social functions through the arrangement of elders and friends.
1 February 2013
PUTRAJAYA: Working in a big, bustling city has its drawbacks - from the symphony of sounds with cars honking and drivers swearing, to the never ending traffic jams and zero parking.
8 March 2014
IPOH: THE state Forestry Department will be making a recommendation to the state government to conserve a 1,500ha stretch of mangrove forest in Kampung Teluk Rubiah, in Kuala Gula, and gazette it as a forest reserve. This follows news reports highlighting the threat to mangrove forest from land clearing activities.
10 March 2014
The European Union will begin lifting sanctions against Iran on Monday, January 20, the minute it receives word that Tehran has begun implementing a deal to curb its nuclear programme.
7 March 2014
Budding filmmakers Deborah Henry, Melissa Indot and Junad Mohd Nor tell Dennis Chua about Ikal Mayang 2014 film project and their interest in storytelling for a good cause