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Community

Little things mean a lot

SIMPLE compliments such as good job and well done when conveyed to a subordinate for successfully completing a task can help remove a great amount of stress from the persons mind.

Community

Peace and harmony can evaporate overnight, warns Chua

SUNGAI PETANI: The people should not take the countrys racial and religious harmony for granted as it can be changed overnight.

Lifestyle

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Compiled by THEAN LEE CHENG

Business

The future is in our palm

A lively discussion at the first roundtable on palm oil held at Menara Star covers the vital aspects of the industry.

Lifestyle

Prenatal yoga may ease depression

Yoga may help women cope with depression during pregnancy, as well as boost maternal bonding, according a new US study.

Lifestyle

A world unbalanced

Cyberterrorism threatens the delicate balance of world power in an up-to-the-minute thriller.

Other Sport

Sweet Caroline and Kvitova waste no time in making the quarter-finals

NEW HAVEN (Connecticut): Four-time reigning champion Caroline Wozniacki and second seed Petra Kvitova advanced to the quarter-finals of the WTAs New Haven Open on Wednesday with straight-set victories.

Letters

Be responsible tourists

From WONG EE LYNN, MALAYSIAN NATURE SOCIETY, Petaling Jaya

World

Norway mass killer Breivik found sane, sentenced to prison (Update)

OSLO - An Oslo court on Friday found Anders Behring Breivik guilty of acts of terror and sentenced him to 21 years in prison for his killing spree last year that left 77 people dead.

Nation

Chua: ‘Do not take nation’s harmony for granted’

SUNGAI PETANI: The people should not take the country's racial and religious harmony for granted as it can change overnight, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek.