1 Freddie Mercury
An animated video doodle crafted by the Internet giant pays tribute to the legendary Queen front man and to honour what would have been the legend’s 65th birthday.
Pet lovers were up in arms over the pet hotel that allegedly starved about 300 cats (of which nine died) left in their care over the Hari Raya holidays.
3 Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt overcomes his disqualification in the 100 metres by winning the men’s 200 metres at the world championships, running the fourth fastest time in history of 19.40 seconds.
4 Mat Sabu
PAS leader Mohamad Sabu sparks off a debate after his comments about the communist insurgents who attacked and killed 25 police personnel and their families in the Bukit Kepong tragedy.
5 US Open Tennis
The on-going tennis tournament, and one of the game’s majors, receives much interest from tennis loving Malaysians.
The little blue creatures are back with the release of The Smurfs film which opened in Malaysia last week.
Thala Ajith’s 50th film Mankatha received rave reviews and translated into good collections at the box office here in Malaysia.
The tragedy of BernamaTV cameraman Noramfaizul Mohd Nor, who was killed in Somalia by a stray bullet, saw much interest among Malaysians.
9 Hantu Bonceng
Film director Ahmad Idham’s new movie about a ghost who rides a bicycle opens to good response.
10 Takbir Raya
Muslims searched for Takbir Raya clips on the first week of Hari Raya.
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