Elected MP M. Manoharan, who is currently being detained under the ISA, has been denied release by the Govt. [Reuters]
UMNO flip-flops on the Terengganu MB drama, agreeing to the appointment of Ahmad Said. Pak Lah had earlier insisted that appointing anyone but Idris Jusoh would be unconstitutional.
The chief of the Penang branch of the National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP) has said that attending state functions are no longer compulsory. Teachers are also being discouraged against inviting the new MPs for school events.
A major ice shelf in Antartica is beginning to break apart, as chillingly (pun unintended) captured by time-lapse videos.
The Vatican releases a list of new sins. Among them: stem-cell research, and pollution.
Statistics show that monogamous men have the most children if they marry women younger than themselves.
A Macbook is hacked in less than 2 minutes in a 3-day hacking contest. A laptop running Vista was only cracked after relaxing the rules on the last day, while a laptop running Ubuntu was left unscathed throughout.
Certain cows are fitted with fistulas, man-made, permanent “holes” into their stomachs, to help research their digestive system.