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Chelsea predator Costa punishes lapse in concentration

(Reuters) - Chelsea manager Antonio Conte found himself earlier this season - his first in charge - being asked most weeks about controlling Spain international Diego Costa's volatile temperament.

CIMB maintains add on Prestariang, ups target price

PETALING JAYA: Prestariang Bhd’s (Prestariang) success in securing the concession for the Sistem Kawalan & Imigresen Nasional project (SKIN) last week, will see the company reaping a long-term revenue of RM3.5bil over the 15-year concession period.

Rethink plans to develop Pulau Jerejak


Benefits of being vegetarian

From DR P. VYTHILINGAM, President, Asia Pacific Vegetarian Union of Kuala Lumpur

The floor’s his forte

Operators of big warehouses or specialised assembly lines need a very flat, smooth floor for optimum efficiency. But it’s not something that any old contractor can pull off. You need a floor specialist like Zack Lim Eng Hock. writes LIM WING HOOI.

Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare – the heavy gravity of war

Take the combat of Call Of Duty to outer space, complete with space skirmishing jet-style fighting, capital starships and anti-gravity grenades.

Australia wield the axe for third South Africa test

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's selectors have responded to the threat of a first ever test series sweep on home soil by dropping five players from their squad for the third match against South Africa, which begins in Adelaide on Thursday.

Big and busy year ahead for KJ

Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin has had an eventful 2016 but the super-fit politician is up against a more punishing schedule next year as he prepares for the SEA Games, the TN50 project and the general election.

We’re on track

BY 2020, Malaysia aims to have at least 30% women in decision-making roles.

A surge in U.S. deportations could swamp an overtaxed system

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's plan to rapidly deport 2 to 3 million illegal immigrants with criminal records would further tax a system already stretched to its limits, current and former U.S. immigration officials say.