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Parents must help teachers instil discipline among children

From THOMAS FOO of Subang Jaya.

Sleepless in Modi’s economically painful India

WHO is sleeping well in India in these days of economic gloom and the terrifying spectre of joblessness that is spreading across the country? It’s an intriguing line of inquiry sparked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s astounding response to worries articulated in public by elder members of his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as well as economists and commercial organisations.

A unique study opportunity in Japan

DISTED’S new Electrical & Electronic Engineering course provides fast-track study pathway to a Japanese degree.

The new EEE programme offers a gateway to getting a degree in Japan.

French film legend Danielle Darrieux dies aged 100

PARIS: Danielle Darrieux, one of France’s most enduring and glamourous film stars despite her wartime collaboration with the Germans, has died aged 100 at her home near Paris, her partner said Thursday.

This file photo taken on December 28, 1959 shows French actress Danielle Darrieux posing with a gold disk at the Saint-Maurice studios. -AFP filepic

Indian court acquits dentist couple of killing daughter

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian court on Thursday overturned the conviction of a dentist couple for the murder of their teenage daughter and the family servant for lack of material evidence, their lawyer said.

Another feather in the cap for R.AGE

BERLIN: It was a proud moment for the young journalists of R.AGE as the team was given yet another global prize.

Dream team: Yee and R.AGE journalist Samantha Chow posing with their World Digital Media Award trophy in front of the iconic Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany.

California wildfires rage as record death toll climbs to 35

SONOMA, Calif. (Reuters) - Fire officials in Northern California reported further headway on Friday against the most lethal outbreak of wildfires in state history, as the death toll rose to 35 and teams with cadaver dogs combed charred ruins for human remains.

300 residents flying into a rage

BATU GAJAH: A village of 300 residents near here is buzzing – not with excitement, but with swarms of flies, throwing off their festive plans for Deepavali.

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Videogame was too loud, so he stabbed the gamer and went back to bed

ISKANDAR PUTERI: An Indonesian man was injured in his ear and neck after a colleague lost his cool and stabbed him for apparently playing videogames too loudly at a workers’ hostel at Taman Nusa Bestari here.


BAIT opens its second outlet on the Ground Floor of The Intermark on Jalan Tun Razak.