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Dancing up a storm

IT WAS a memorable night for businessman S. Aghonderan and graphic designer S. Kavitha after they were crowned champions of the Yuttha Medai All Stars dance competition.


Wishes do come true

FIVE volunteers from Great Heart Charity Association came together to help makeover the house of Gan Kim Noi in Jenjarom, Selangor recently.


Booming coffee culture

MALAYSIA has traditionally been a tea-drinking nation but coffee culture has caught on in the local beverage market.


Massive, tornado-producing storms lash the U.S. Southeast

TUPELO Miss. (Reuters) - At least 30 people across six states were killed in tornadoes unleashed by a vicious storm system that levelled towns and was threatening to cause more mayhem in heavily populated parts of the U.S. South on Tuesday.


Penang retain hockey crown in style

PENANG successfully retained the MHF-Milo National Under-16 girls’ hockey championship.


Malaysia bag first win at Champions Challenge

KUANTAN: Malaysia came out tops in a seven-goal thriller against Canada but still finished last in Group B of the Champions Challenge I hockey tournament at the Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium.


Palmer recalls humble origins on 50th anniversary

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Arnold Palmer came to be known as "The King" but the man who helped popularize the game of golf in the 1950s embraced his humble origins on Tuesday.


Dortmund come out on top despite European exit

(Reuters) - Borussia Dortmund may have missed out on a Champions League semi-finals berth following an agonising 3-2 aggregate defeat to Real Madrid but the German club can regard themselves as winners on many levels.


Local firm cashing in on laboratory diagnostic services (Update)

Local molecular diagnostic laboratory, DNA Laboratories Sdn Bhd, hopes to leverage on the growth of the healthcare industry here to expand its reach in the local market.


Double pain for Alecsandro in Flamengo Libertadores exit

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The pain Flamengo's Alecsandro felt getting three stitches in a head wound did not compare with his distress when his dream of winning a third Libertadores Cup with a different club was dashed by Leon.