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Overseas scholarship only for critical courses

The Public Service Department (PSD) will give scholarships to students pursuing further education abroad only if they are taking critical courses and have excelled in government examinations, the Dewan Negara was told.

Nitro to make tyres at new RM85mil plant

JOHOR-BASED Nitro group is expanding its motorcycles assembly activities by venturing into tyre manufacturing, Nitro vice-chairman and director Chen Kim Hock said.

Use of biomedical informatics technology hailed

The Government welcomes the use of biomedical informatics technology - which employs supercomputers to process huge amounts of medical data - as it can help save lives.

Getting to know China via education

WHILE it is tempting to think this book, I>Education for 1.3 Billion/I>, is intended as a guide for teachers and those who have something to do with education, there are hidden implications in this book for those in the business community as well, writes KHOO KHENG-HOR.

Reward staff for voluntary work

Civil servants who are actively involved in voluntary and charitable work must be rewarded by the Government, said a leading social worker here.

Rais: Big potential for batik

Although batik originated from other parts of South-East Asia, Malaysian batik has emerged with its own blend of colours, fabric and artistic culmination of values.

Help non-pensionable civil service retirees too

From NON-PENSIONABLE, Kuala Lumpur. I>(via e-mail)/I>

Shed obsolete work cultures, PM tells civil servants

Civil servants have been told to shed work cultures that are no longer relevant in this era, where people#8217;s expectations of them are now much higher than they used to be.

Government to consider five-day work week

THE Government will consider a five-day work week for civil servants which has already been implemented in Terengganu, Prime Minister's Department parliamentary secretary Datuk Johari Baharum said.

PM: Government will look into grouses

The Government will give civil servants what is reasonable and appropriate for them, said Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.