Saturday, 15/12/2018 | 10:02 UTC+8
  • Burn_Dead_NST
    Seremban car crash in fire

    SEREMBAN: A man was burnt to death killed when his car crashed and caught fire at Jalan Kapitan, near Negri Sembilan police contingent headquarters last night. Seremban Fire and Rescue Department operation officer Mohamad Idris said, the department received the call at around 12.28am and rushed to the scene. A 10-member team which include Paramedics

    Read more
  • avatar01
    Avatar 2 confirmed for Christmas of 2017 by James Cameron

    In what could be one of the most exciting confirmations ever delivered to fans of “Avatar”, the sequel has finally been confirmed for Christmas of 2017. During his recent interview with the Montreal Gazette, director James Cameron said, “Christmas of ’17 is the target. At least that’s what we’ve announced,” he said. This only means

    Read more
  • Bullet_Train
    First bullet-train corridor in India

    The government has decided to open up India’s first bullet-train corridor between Mumbai and Ahmedabad to private train operators paving the way for the private sector in passenger train operations for the first time in the country. As per the decision, Indian Railways will operate the bullet train corridor for five years after it is

    Read more
  • Smart_Bra02
    Smart Bra, made by Canadian company

    One of the trends we’re expecting to see more of at CES is wearable technology built directly into clothing — something that comes with its own practical constraints (like washing it) but could ultimately be more useful than a wrist device that ends up in a drawer. Something that you wear all the time anyway.

    Read more
  • BandarMalaysia-thestar
    China Railway paid RM2.64 billion for Bandar Malaysia Stake

    A Sino-Malaysian venture says it paid RM5.28 billion for the 60% stake in Bandar Malaysia, RM2.13 billion less than claimed by the debt-laden seller 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). A local unit of China Railway Group has a 40% stake in the joint venture that won the Bandar Malaysia stake. The other partner is IWH, which

    Read more
  • Australia Carsh
    Light plane crashed in Kenya

    An Australian pilot in Kenya has escaped death after crashing his light plane only metres away from Wilson Airport in Nairobi. Nairobi County Commander Japheth Koome said Captain Simon Herd and his wife and two daughters all escaped unhurt. “The aircraft did not catch fire after the crash and none of the passengers sustained injuries,”

    Read more
  • cyberattack-google2
    Japan work hard to counter cyberattacks

    TOKYO-The Japanese government plans to both increase the number and expand the scale of exercises to counter cyberattacks as part of preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, government sources said Saturday. The drills, now held about six times a year and involving central government ministry and agency officials, will be increased to at least 10

    Read more
  • child abuse-sexual_google
    A four-year-old tribal girl raped by teenager – India

    Ranchi, Jan. 2: A four-year-old tribal girl was allegedly raped by her teenaged neighbour at a village in Santhal Pargana’s Pakur district, around 450km from the state headquarters, last evening. While police arrested the accused, Shaktiman Koda, alias Kui, aged around 18-19, from his home around 2.30am on Saturday, preliminary medical examination of the girl

    Read more
  • fake_chip_boss
    Counterfeit casino chips found in Singapore

    SINGAPORE: A 54-year-old Singaporean man was charged in court on Saturday over the possession and use of counterfeit casino chips. Toh Hock Thiam, believed to be the leader of a syndicate responsible for counterfeit casino chips in Singapore, was arrested in Malaysia on Dec 31, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) said in a news release

    Read more