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Five valuable life skills and experiences that tech might be eroding (and what to do about it)

You started with the best intentions. Your kid needed a laptop for homework. Your tween needed a phone to text you after school. You wanted a Fitbit to lose a few extra pounds. But now, you look around and devices are plugged into every nook and cranny in your home.

Here are five ways tech is taking away valuable life skills – and what you can do to combat it. — Common Sense Media/TNS

Suarez celebrates century game in style

MADRID (Reuters) - Lionel Messi was the star of Barcelona’s blistering start to the season yet with the Argentine suffering a rare off night and big-money signing Ousmane Dembele missing through injury, it was Luis Suarez who claimed the headlines in his 100th Ligaappearance for the club on Saturday.

Red Giants must beat Kedah in Malaysia Cup

PETALING JAYA: It will be a do-or-die mission for Selangor against Kedah in the second leg of the Malaysia Cup quarter-finals at the Darulaman Stadium in Alor Setar tonight.

Marked man: Selangor coach P. Maniam has told his charges to limit Kedah Liridon Krasniqis contribution in their Malaysia Cup quarter-final second-leg match at the Darulaman Stadium in Alor Setar today.

Viktor-y on his mind

KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttler Lee Chong Wei is saving his best for his 100th career final at the Japan Open.

Final bound: Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen celebrating his win against South Korea’s Son Wan-ho during the Japan Open semi-finals in Tokyo yesterday. — AFP

Paddler Ing Hock ends playing days with silver medal

THE curtains came down in the 9th Kuala Lumpur Asean Para Games yesterday.

No shame in defeat: Malaysia’s Ting Ing Hock returning a shot to Supriyatna Gulimar in the men’s singles T9 final. He lost 11-7, 11-9.

National para cyclists now eye bigger Asian-level competition

HAVING shown without doubt they are the best in South-East Asia, the Malaysian para cyc-lists’ next step is to conquer Asia.

These are four you Malaysia: Mohd Najib Turano is all smiles after winning his fourth gold in the track and road events.

James eyes C’wealth podium after smashing performances

JAMES Wong (pic) may only have an arm but nothing is impossible for him.

Malaysias James Wong celebrate for mens 100 meter Butterfly SB14 category during 9th ASEAN Para Games at National Aquatic Centre, Bukit Jalil. FAIHAN GHANI/The Star.

Boccia squad did well, says coach

THE national boccia squad are satisfied with the four silver and two bronze medals won at the Kuala Lumpur Asean Para Games.

Malaysia edge rivals Thailand for elusive title

AFTER five attempts that ended in fai­lure, Malaysia finally captured the men’s goalball gold at the Asean Para Games.

Great show: The Malaysian goalball team celebrating their victory after the medal presentation yesterday. They defeated Thailand 9-5 in the final.

Don’t mess with ‘Twister Girl’ Angela Lee

When Angela Lee goes into the cage, she’s in for the kill and will choke, punch and kick her opponent to get the job done.

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