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Business

Carmakers confuse US drivers in deadly air bag saga

ORLANDO/WASHINGTON: In recent weeks, hundreds of thousands of U.S. Toyota drivers have received a stern warning by first-class mail: Immediately drive to your dealer to replace a flawed air bag, and in the meantime don't let anyone sit on the passenger side.

Health

Overeating: Kids will snack even when not hungry, says study

Even in the absence of hunger, children as young as three won't refuse a calorie-laden snack, according to a new study.

Community

Bank wins award for recruitment, talent management efforts

MALAYAN Banking Bhd clinched the Top Graduate Employer of the Year Award at the annual Malaysia’s Leading 100 Graduate Employers Awards held in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Community

Over 7,000 people have a blast at hypermart’s annual charity walk

MALACCA: There was a lively atmosphere at the historic A’Famosa Fort here when some 7,000 people converged for the annual Tesco’s Eco Walk for Life charity event.

Community

A half-boiled idea pays off

Making half-boiled eggs is not rocket science. It’s just about timing, which means you have to watch the clock.

Nutrition

Overeating: Kids will snack even when not hungry, says study

Even in the absence of hunger, children as young as three won't refuse a calorie-laden snack, according to a new study.

Education

Application challenge

THE A-Team from KBU International College (KBU) recently emerged as winners of The IBM BluemixTM Appnovator Challenge 2014, beating four teams in the finals in Kuala Lumpur.

Education

Ideas for innovative solutions

NINE talented university students recently won a range of prizes, worth RM260,000, at the recent inaugural RSA Genovasi Malaysia Awards.

Education

Sparking an interest in programming

Young Malaysians now have a chance, through various not-for-profit programmes, to learn more about computer languages.

TECH

Volvo to offer virtual test drives

The Swedish carmaker will be using the Google Cardboard technology — and a specially designed smartphone app — to offer visitors to the LA Auto Show what it is calling a revolutionary way to experience its latest models before they launch.