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Venezuela's Chavez calls home to squash death rumours

CARACAS (Reuters) - A healthy-sounding President Hugo Chavez called Venezuelan state television from Cuba on Monday to dispel rumours fanned by a nine-day silence that he had died undergoing cancer treatment at a hospital in Havana.

Down in the dumps

Many people who have been dumped experience such an overpowering desire to get back with the dumper that they lose the ability to think rationally.

Getting pregnant later in life

Kim Ng shares her story of trying to get pregnant later in life and then having to juggle work, the confinement lady and her family after her baby was born.

Cardio overload

This may sound like something invoked by couch potatoes, but research has shown that too much cardio can actually do you more harm than good.

Last minute jitters

Remember Julia Roberts in the movie Runaway Bride? Ok, so maybe that was a little OTT when it came to the notion of “last minute jitters” (she did jump on a horse), but the very essence of the movie was a person who didn’t know herself until it was almost too late.

Norwegian gunman describes hunting down teenagers

OSLO, Norway (AP): Norwegians who lost loved ones on Utoya island have relived the horror as far-right fanatic Anders Behring Breivik described in harrowing detail how he gunned down teenagers as they fled in panic or froze before him, paralyzed with fear.

MAA Group has no plan to sell its two core businesses

PETALING JAYA: MAA Group Bhd has no plans to sell its two core businesses – MAAKL Mutual Bhd and MAA Takaful Bhd.

Speculation on CPO reserves lifts plantations stocks

PETALING JAYA: Plantation stocks dominated Bursa Malaysia gainers’ list yesterday on strong expectations that the price of crude palm oil (CPO) will jump as global reserves of edible oils dwindle to a 35-year low.

Curtis beats storms, takes Texas Open lead

SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Former British Open champion Ben Curtis revived fading memories of his tournament prowess by taking the second round lead at the Texas Open on Friday.

A great place to treat mum

IF you’re wondering where to take mum for a treat this Mother’s Day on May 13, how about treating her to a slap-up lunch or dinner at the Matsuki Japanese Restaurant in Jalan Pemenang (Cantonment Road) off Gurney Drive, Penang.