PETALING JAYA: Two Indian nationals were charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with the murder of a married couple, believed to be their landlord and whose bodies were found in two suitcases at different locations in a drain last month. Security guards Sagar Sharma, 24, and his younger brother, Shubham Sharma, 19, nodded after the charge was read out to them in English before magistrate Mohamad Ikhwan Mohd Nasir. However, no plea was recorded from the two men as the case comes under the jurisdiction of the High Court. The two brothers, who work as security guards, were charged with the murder of Lim Ah Kee @ Lim Kok Hoe, 79, and his wife, Tan Siew Mee, 52, at a house in Jalan USJ 21/10, USJ 21, Subang Jaya between 8pm last Aug 23 and 3.20am the following day. They face the mandatory death sentence if found guilty of the offence. The court set Nov 18 for case mention. — Bernama … [Read more...] about Brothers from India charged with elderly couple’s murder
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My Brother CarlWhen I was a fourth-grade student in St. Paul College Pasig, I often found solace in the small chapel on the first floor of the grade school building. My parents would often drop me off early which meant I had all the time in the world. But instead of playing with other kids, the overly sensitive child (a.k.a. me) spent time throwing hand written notes at the foot of the crucifix, hoping against hope that God would answer her prayers.I forgot most of the prayers I penned as a child except for one: that I would be blessed with a best friend. Just like in movies, I knew that a best friend was a vital part of growing up. Having a true-blue loyal friend was significant in the telling of one’s story and I often dreamt of friendship bracelets, parties, and make over montages just like in the movie. And while I have had the opportunity to have valuable friends over the years, my answered prayer came in the form of my little brother, Carl.Coming from a close-knit family, … [Read more...] about My Brother Carl
HPG deploys ‘lady bikers’ on EDSATHE Philippine National Police-Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) has deployed 20 “lady bikers” to help manage traffic, especially along EDSA, and fight road crimes. “Dapat ready silang mag-respond sa mga crime situation kasi mga pulis kami, babae man o lalake, kaya nga ito yung tinatawag na gender equality o women empowerment pulis man na lalake o babae dapat nakakaresponde sa mga krimen [They should respond to a crime situation because we are police, women or men, that’s why it is called gender equality or women empowerment, policewoman or policeman should respond to crimes],” Police Brig. Gen. Eliseo Cruz, chief of the PNP-HPG, said on Wednesday. Cruz said that last year, a total of 48 policewomen finished a motorcycle riding course.Such action, according to Cruz, will maximize police presence not just on EDSA but “in all the major thoroughfares of Metro Manila and even other … [Read more...] about HPG deploys ‘lady bikers’ on EDSA
MANILA -- Actress Maria Sophia “Ria” Atayde is undoubtedly proud she grew up in a family that’s open about anything, be it her showbiz career, her love life, a simple dinner appointment or even going out of town. The daughter of award-winning actress Sylvia Sanchez and businessman Arthur Atayde, the young actress is also the sister of actor Arjo Atayde. She is the second in a brood of four children. “I’m more vocal,” the 27-year-old Atayde unabashedly revealed. “If I don’t like something, I can’t hide it. Even my facial expression gives me away.” Atayde is very close to her brother, who’s only 16 months her senior. “We help each other in every way possible,” she said. “Usually, if Arjo is planning a surprise or a reservation, I do that for him. I’d like to think I’m well versed in booking in the computer. All the bookings, even family trips, I do everything for us.” She has a … [Read more...] about Ria Atayde opens up about brother Arjo
Lifestyle Well, that’s up to you. Viewers are now invited to come up with an "appropriate conclusion" to the tearjerker Kinship video. 24 Jun 2019 01:33PM (Updated: 24 Jun 2019 03:29PM) Bookmark PUB’s Hari Raya video, Kinship, about two orphaned brothers who were separated 50 years ago has garnered more than 1.5 million views.The six-minute short film was released on May 30 on PUB’s Facebook and YouTube pages and has been well received, with viewers asking for a sequel as the story ended on a cliffhanger.Given the video’s popularity, PUB has decided to invite the public to come up with an “appropriate conclusion” to the story of the two brothers, Din and Zul.PUB has called for viewers to share the endings they would like to see. Three of the best storytellers will be invited to an exclusive workshop with PUB and the creative team who produced the film. The two orphans were separated when one brother was adopted while the other … [Read more...] about What happened to the brothers in that PUB Hari Raya short film?