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'The Shape Of Water' Scoops Best Picture At The Oscars

The 90th Academy Awards crowned Guillermo del Toro's river creature fable "The Shape of Water" best picture at an Oscars that confronted the post-Harvey Weinstein era and sought to pivot to a vision of a more inclusive movie business.

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Couple Hit By Fallen Tree At KLCC Just Wed The Night Before

This morning social media was abuzz after a tragic incident of a fallen tree that had collapsed on a motorcycle and its pillion rider along Jalan Ampang.

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DNA Sheds Light On Settlement Of Pacific

Pic: Getty Images (Vanuatu was a gateway to the more remote islands of the Pacific)

A study of ancient DNA has shed light on the epic journeys that led to the settlement of the Pacific by humans.

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Infertile Couples Must Not Feel Shy To Seek Treatment

SHAH ALAM – Couples who are childless after some years of marriage are advised not to wait too long in seeking treatment for infertility.

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‘Shape Of Water’ Triumphs At An Oscars Awash In Change

LOS ANGELES  — Against all odds, love won out at the 90th Academy Awards.

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Oscars Show Salutes #MeToo Movement, Diversity In Film

Pic: ReutersLOS ANGELES: Women filmmakers and artists of color celebrated a year of diversity at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, saluting the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment and urging under-represented artists to seize the momentum.

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Here Are The Headlines For Today

The English dailies opened the week with news concerning Barisan Nasional calling a dry run on March 17, the National Anti-Drugs Agency (NADA) introducing a pilot project that will rehabilitate drug addicts, a businessman killed by his own gang members and an UMNO MP whose name was caught up in the Penang Undersea Tunnel scandal stating that he feels exonerated.

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Chile's 'A Fantastic Woman' Wins Oscar For Best Foreign Film

Pic: ReutersLOS ANGELES: Chile’s“A Fantastic Woman,” a drama about a transgender woman who battles her lover’s family after he dies, won the Oscar on Sunday for best foreign language film.

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Giving Light To The Truth

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KUCHING: The approach by Barisan Nasional (BN) in dealing with perceptions and managing them should be changed in order for the coalition to achieve excellent results in the coming 14th general election, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

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Breaking Barriers: M’sians Getting To Know More About Their Neighbours Of Different Religions

Recently, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, showed her acceptance of her country’s Muslim minority community by participating in a mosque open day, organised nationwide in around 200 mosques throughout the country. This is a significant event for the British Muslims as even though the religion is commonly associated with terrorism, the prime minister managed to look past stereotypes and was interested in learning more about Islam.

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