Colleen Augustin, Malaysia’s first gold medallist at the Asian Mixed Martial Arts Championships, hopes more people support and understand the sport.
Liverpool looks to take a giant step towards the Premier League crown with victory over Manchester City but a nine-point gap this early in the season is not insurmountable.
Malaysian hockey will remain stagnant as long as the officials continue fighting each other.
Former squash player Sharon Wee turned broadcast journalist backs Twentytwo13 editor Haresh Deol for Fight For Change 2019, says it takes a spark to light up a movement.
Unai Emery needs a big win against Crystal Palace to earn back the trust of the Arsenal faithful.
Selangor Hockey Association fouls up by misspelling president’s name on the nomination list for Malaysian Hockey Confederation elections.
It will be battle of the ‘reds’ as Manchester United hosts Liverpool in the English Premier League today while fans of both teams can get a chance to meet their former heroes at a viewing party in Kuala Lumpur.
As co-organiser of Fight For Change 2019, Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association (MASMMAA) president Rashid Salleh is on a mission to get mixed martial arts (MMA) introduced in schools while helping the National Press Club of Malaysia fight for the welfare of journalists and raise money for its Journalist Welfare Fund.
Mauricio Pochettino and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were hailed as heroes last season but now Tottenham and Manchester United fans want them gone.
Professional fighter Shareh ‘The Jeneral’ Nasrullah promises to ‘teach’ Twentytwo13 editor Haresh Deol the meaning of pain when they clash for a good cause in Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23.
Agilan ‘The Alligator’ Thani says Twentytwo13’s Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23 will help the public understand and appreciate mixed martial arts (MMA) better.
A new mobile phone application that promises delicious food at affordable prices has been launched by Human Life Advancement Foundation.
The school closure affecting over a million students sees parents scrambling to find a place to keep their children occupied while at work as it is high time businesses allowed parents to work from home.