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  • Pulis relief as Palace secure safety before title-chasers arrive

    Pulis relief as Palace secure safety before title-chasers arrive

    Pulis relief as Palace secure safety before title-chasers arrive

    By Sam Holden LONDON (Reuters) - Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis said he was relieved to have secured their Premier league status before facing nightmare fixtures against title-chasing Manchester City and Liverpool. Palace won 1-0 at West Ham United on Saturday thanks to a second-half Mile Jedinak penalty that moved them up to 11th in the table on 43 points, 13 clear of the relegation zone with three games remaining. Palace host third-placed Manchester City on Sunday before leaders …

  • Lacklustre Bayern sneak Braunschweig win as Real await

    Lacklustre Bayern sneak Braunschweig win as Real await

    Lacklustre Bayern sneak Braunschweig win as Real await

    Lacklustre Bayern Munich managed their first win in four league games, beating Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0 on Saturday, but coach Pep Guardiola sounded the alarm ahead of next week's Champions League semi-final at Real Madrid. Late goals from 35-year-old veteran Claudio Pizarro and substitute Mario Mandzukic saved Bayern's blushes against the last-placed hosts but their overall performance was again far from convincing. Peruvian Pizarro, who has now scored against every Bundesliga club with …

  • Sunderland rain on Mourinho's Chelsea parade

    Sunderland rain on Mourinho's Chelsea parade

    Sunderland rain on Mourinho's Chelsea parade

    Jose Mourinho suffered his first ever Premier League defeat at Stamford Bridge as Sunderland delivered a major blow to Chelsea's title hopes with a controversial 2-1 victory on Saturday. Fabio Borini, on loan from leaders Liverpool, converted a contentious 82nd-minute penalty to secure the win for the league's bottom club. It sparked furious home protests that ended with assistant coach Rui Faria being dragged away from referee Mike Dean by Mourinho and other members of the home side's …

  • Chelsea's title hopes hit by Sunderland defeat

    Chelsea's title hopes hit by Sunderland defeat

    Chelsea's title hopes hit by Sunderland defeat

    Chelsea's title hopes suffered a major blow with a shock 2-1 home loss to bottom side Sunderland on Saturday as manager Jose Mourinho suffered a Premier League defeat at Stamford Bridge for the first time. Fabio Borini, on-loan from league leaders Liverpool, scored the winner with a penalty in the 82nd minute after Cesar Azpilicueta brought down Jozy Altidore, bringing an end to Mourinho's record of 77 unbeaten home league outings with Chelsea. Sunderland's Connor Wickham had equalised in the …

  • Below-par Bayern end league slump as Real loom

    Below-par Bayern end league slump as Real loom

    Below-par Bayern end league slump as Real loom

    Bayern Munich ended a run of three Bundesliga games without victory in Saturday's unimpressive 2-0 win at bottom club Eintracht Braunschweig, four days before their Champions League semi-final at Real Madrid. Peru veteran Claudio Pizarro, 35, and Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic were on target with late goals in what was only Bayern's third win in their last seven games in all competitions. Despite enjoying their customary 65 percent possession and fielding a near full-strength team, Bayern …

  • Sarcastic Mourinho 'congratulates' officials after Sunderland loss

    Sarcastic Mourinho 'congratulates' officials after Sunderland loss

    Sarcastic Mourinho 'congratulates' officials after Sunderland loss

    The Portuguese was curt in his post-match interviews after Chelsea succumbed to a late Fabio Borini spot-kick, having a sly dig at the decision to award the Black Cats a penalty …

KUALA LUMPUR, 18 Julai (Bernama) -- Pasangan kontroversi Alvin Tan dan

Vivian Lee hari ini mengaku tidak bersalah di Mahkamah Sesyen di sini terhadap

tiga pertuduhan berhubung tindakan mereka mempersendakan umat Islam dan Ramadan

dalam Facebook serta mempamerkan gambar-gambar lucah dalam blog mereka.

Pertuduhan terhadap Alvin atau nama penuhnya Tan Jye Yee, 25, dan Vivian

atau nama penuhnya Lee May Ling, 24, dibacakan di hadapan Hakim Murtazadi Amran.

Bagi pertuduhan pertama, mereka didakwa bersama-sama menerbitkan satu

penerbitan menghasut di laman Facebook ''Alvin and Vivian - Alvivi'' di pautan

https://www.facebook.com/alvivi.swingers iaitu kandungan gambar dan komen yang

bertajuk "Selamat Berbuka Puasa (dengan Bak Kut Teh..wangi, enak,

menyelerakan !!!" yang mengandungi logo Halal.

Pasangan itu didakwa melakukan kesalahan itu pada 10.48 malam antara 11

Julai dan 12 Julai lepas di 568-14-18, Kompleks Mutiara Jalan Ipoh, Batu 3 1/2,

di sini.

Mereka didakwa mengikut subseksyen 4(1)(c) Akta Hasutan 1948.

Bagi kesalahan pertama kali, mereka boleh dikenakan denda maksimum RM5,000

atau penjara maksimum tiga tahun atau kedua-duanya dan bagi kesalahan

berikutnya, boleh dipenjara maksimum lima tahun jika sabit kesalahan.

-- LAGI

SSA NFM SYJ NAK KLS RHM

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