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[MD Movie Review] ‘The Jungle Book’ - It Was So Good And Realistic We Plan To Watch It Again!

Perhaps this is the year that many animal-centred movies are being featured, with Zootopia, Kung Fu Panda 3, Ice Age 5 and Tarzan, here comes another one, and a worthy watch for both children and adults alike - Disney Jungle Book, in what is believed to be this generation’s ‘The Lion King’.

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What Are Today's Headlines? [4 April 2016]

The English dailies put the spotlight on the Election Commission considering major changes before GE14, the effects of the prolonged heatwave, the new tactics employed by human traffickers and a doping scandal engulfing the sporting community.

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No More Free Ride For Proton?

THE cabinet’s message was loud and clear.

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The Issue With Malaysians Giving Up Their Citizenship, Here Are Their Real Stories

Since 2010, 54,406 people have now declared themselves to become former Malaysians by giving up their Malaysian citizenship in favour of another.

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Death By Overwork On Rise Among Japan's Vulnerable Workers

Road workers prepare a construction site at night in central Tokyo November 30, 2015. REUTERS/THOMAS PETERTOKYO: Japan is witnessing a record number of compensation claims related to death from overwork, or "karoshi", a phenomenon previously associated with the long-suffering "salary man" that is increasingly afflicting young and female employees.

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Some People Are Born To Run, Study Suggests

HOUSTON — Findings from a new US study suggest that some people may have been born to run, with a love of exercise developing as far back as in the womb.

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Paris Renames Metro Station #Tweet And London To Build 'Bigger Ben' Clock Tower

 Have you heard? London has announced plans to build the world's largest clock tower that will be named “Bigger Ben.”

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The Science Behind It All: Why Women Always Fall For Bad Boys

Pic: Shutterstock.comWomen purport to prefer nice guys, but getting their hearts broken by bad boys - these stories are a dime a dozen. It's likely you would have heard of a friend who fell for a James Dean-lookalike, or perhaps you have personally experienced it. What is it about bad boys that make them so irresistible?

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Don't Believe It: April 1 Is Day For Dog Bras, Job Site For Babies

NEW YORK: In a political year when reality has often seemed stranger than fiction, pranksters had to work particularly hard in coming up with April Fools Day jokes that rose above the daily noise of the U.S. presidential campaign.

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Drug Shortages Prompt Question: Are Some Medicines Too Cheap?

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Philip Aubrey buys medicines for British government-funded hospitals across London, capital of the world's fifth-largest economy, but last year he struggled to secure supplies of a basic AIDS drug.

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