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9-Year-Old Applies For NASA Six-Figure Paying Job, Check Out Their Response

When NASA announced they were hiring for the position 'planetary protection officer' – looking for those who could defend Earth from human as well alien contamination – people were interested because of the six-figure annual salary, $187,000 (RM801,000), plus benefits.

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Here Are The Headlines For Today:

The English dailies today covered news pertaining to Clause 88A, which prevents unilateral conversion of a child to Islam by one parent, as well as the Sultan of Johor asking to reconsider the design of the Rapid Transit System (RTS) track and Putrajaya in the midst of abolishing the mandatory death penalty on drug traffickers.

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Kuala Lumpur's Heritage Buildings Under Threat

The building, which is part of a stretch of buildings that flank the historic Merdeka Square, is now vacant and in disrepair. Pic: ST

While strolling around Kuala Lumpur's historic Merdeka Square, admiring the copper-domed red brick of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and its famous clock tower, conservationist Mariana Isa cautioned the small group of architects with her.

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[VIDEO] Weather Forecast Segment Gains Popularity After ‘Giant’ Seagull Photobombs Reporter TWICE!

A ‘giant’ seagull promptly became the talk of the town after it made an unexpected appearance during a live weather forecast on a Canadian TV news station – not once, but twice!

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The Latest Beauty Trend That Will Leave You Saying ‘Huh?’

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From fake braces to fake freckles, beauty extremists have surely proven to the world that they are willing to do anything to appear as “perfect” as they can be.

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Here Is What You Should Know About The New Laws To Be Enforced On Uber And Grab Drivers

Malaysia made history late last month when it became the first country in the world to legalise e-hailing services such as Uber and Grab.

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"Why I Went To London" - Rosmah Answers Opposition Allegations Over Cost Of Trip

Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, who is patron of Permata Negara, is greeted by the Director of Oxford Centre of Islamic Studies (OCIS), Oxford University Dr Farhan Nizami (L) during her visit to Oxford Centre of Islamic Studies near London.  Filepic: Bernama

The prime minister's wife visit to London had made it into the latest session of the Dewan Rakyat proceedings when DAP Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching questioned the cost of the trip.

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How This Pet Lover's Hobby Of Keeping Rabbits Turns Into A Business Earning RM300k Annually

The 'Arnab Village', or village rabbit in Kampung Purakagis, Ranau earns up to RM300,000 through ticket sales within a year of operation and has emerged as a popular tourism product in the district!

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India's Plan To Give Women A Day Off For Their Period Criticised By Feminists

Pic: iStockIn India, even today, when you purchase sanitary pads from the neighbourhood store, you can expect the (usually male) shopkeeper to evade your eye. He will wordlessly get a packet from the rear of the store and slip it into a jet-black plastic bag so that no one can see what you bought. It is like a shroud thrown over your monthly awkwardness. One of the big sanitary-napkin brands is called Whisper, a perfect metaphor for how your period should be spoken of - if you must mention it at all.

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