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Experience of a lifetime

TIME flies. In a few weeks, my stay in the United States will be drawing to an end. In my earlier article (published in The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education pullout on Apr 10), I wrote about my first three months into the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) programme in New Hampshire, where I am hosted. The programme is fully funded by the US Department of State.

An unlikely force for good

TOMORROW is an important day as it marks the first anniversary of the day Malaysians voted out Barisan Nasional. But I am not writing about it today because it is a topic that has already been covered extensively and eloquently by many and I have nothing cleverer or more insightful to add.

Rescued Malaysian climber fighting for his life in Nepal

KATHMANDU (AFP): A Malaysian climber rescued after two nights in the open on one of the world’s most treacherous mountains is fighting for his life, his doctor said Friday (April 26).

Royal inspiration for breaking of fast

SITTING down to savour a truly Malaysian culinary spread is exactly what most diners look forward to when it is time to break their fast.

Golf - Amateur turns down Augusta National to play women's major

(Reuters) - Most amateurs would be green with envy over a rival having the chance to play at the home of the Masters but teenager Rachel Heck had no hesitation in turning down an opportunity to compete in the inaugural Augusta National Women's Amateur event.

Reiwa – New imperial era name for Japan

TOKYO: Japan revealed the name of the era that will define the new emperor’s reign when he ascends the Chrysan­themum Throne next month following a historic abdication.

Save Batu Maung mangrove swamp, govt urged

GEORGE TOWN: The government has been urged to come up with plans to protect a mangrove swamp in Batu Maung that has withstood the test of time and is now seen as a scientific treasure.

Six Nations stands to deliver - yet again

LONDON (Reuters) - It is hardly surprising that Six Nations organisers are reluctant to see their competition subsumed into a world league as, once again, it is on course to deliver a potentially nail-biting "Super Saturday" last-day decider.

A ride on the autonomous bus: No driver, no steering wheel, no brake pedal, no kidding

The tinted glass doors on the cozy electric shuttle slid open quietly.