Friday September 14, 2012
Woman hacked to death after argument
OTHER NEWS & VIEWS
Compiled by TAN SIN CHOW, LOSHANA K. SHAGAR and A. RAMAN
A WOMAN in Shah Alam was found hacked to death with an axe in her house in Shah Alam, Harian Metro reported.
The victim, 34-year-old Noviaryani was found dead by a neighbour, Poziah Supian @ Supien, 56.
She claimed the victim had earlier been seen arguing with a man in the house they rented.
The man was later seen leaving the house on a motorcycle, carrying a bag and looking relaxed.
“Minutes later, Noviaryani's housemate said she called out to her but there was no response. When I received no answer as well, I entered her room only to find her dead,” Poziah said.
The daily reported that police had also found bruises on the victim's neck, indicating strangulation.
Shah Alam deputy OCPD Supt Mazlan Othman said post-mortem reports showed the victim died from severe bleeding and head injuries.
> Television actor and host Qi Razali denied that his relationship with popular singer-songwriter Yuna was on the rocks, reported Berita Harian yesterday.
Speculation about their two-year relationship came after a recent posting online by Yuna that indicated sadness.
“On Sept 6, we met before Yuna left for the United States.
“We keep in touch though not frequently as we are both busy,” the 35-year-old said, adding that they chat via Skype.
Qi said he wanted Yuna to gain fame internationally first while he too was busy with his career. As such, they do not plan to wed anytime soon.
> History repeated itself for Malaysian Artistes Association (Seniman) president Zed Zaidi when his car went missing two days ago, Kosmo! reported.
Zed Zaidi, whose real name is Rozaidi Abdul Jamil, 32, said his Perodua Kelisa had been stolen in front of his house in Damansara Perdana in the wee hours of the morning.
In 2007, the actor had lost his Toyota in Nilai, Negri Sembilan. The car has never been found.
Other News & Views is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this > sign, it denotes a separate news item.