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Sakura still loves singing for her fans

Sakura Teng now sings to a select audience and loves it.

Other Sport

Bjorn sizzles on his 34th birthday

Denmark#8217;s top golfer Thomas Bjorn got the best possible birthday gift for himself when he shot nine birdies en route to carding a superb eight-under 64 in the second round of the Carlsberg Malaysian Open at the Saujana Golf and Country Club in Petaling Jaya on Friday.

Nation

Hot weather drying up lake

At least one of the lakes at the Taiping Lake Garden, a popular destination for local and foreign visitors, is drying up due to the current hot weather.

Nation

Dry spell forces states to brace for rationing

B>PETALING JAYA:/BSeveral states are bracing for water rationing in the months ahead as levels in their dams and rivers dip in the wake of the current dry spell nationwide.

Nation

Dry spell forces states to brace for rationing

Several states are bracing for water rationing in the months ahead as levels in their dams and rivers dip in the wake of the current dry spell nationwide.

Other Sport

Title-holders Barloworld play down their chances

Defending champions Team Barloworld have landed and they wasted no time in getting down to business for the 10th edition of the Telekom Malaysia Tour of Langkawi cycling championships, which begin here on Friday.

Other Sport

Serena and Maria ready for semis battle

Serena Williams sounded a warning to her teenage nemesis Maria Sharapova as the two rivals emerged from the Melbourne Park furnace to reach the Australian Open semi-finals yesterday.

Nation

A day for Hindus to fulfil vows

P. Jeganathan, who acts in the popular local drama series I>Gerak Khas/I>, wants Lord Muruga to bless each step he takes in life. He was among the one million devotees, foreign and local tourists who came to the Batu Caves temple for the Thaipusam celebrations Tuesday.

Letters

Japan has key aid role in wake of tsunami

Japan must play a leading role as an Asian power in helping aid and rehabilitate nations devastated by the recent earthquake-triggered Indian Ocean tsunami disaster.

Lifestyle

Beguiling Bohol

Tarsiers, no bigger than the palm, looked nervous as the tourists went about photographing them as well as posing for snapshots with them. This was the scene at the Supercarp's Tarsier Sanctuary in Loboc, Bohol, a captivating island located some 79km southeast of Cebu in the Philippines.