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Studying, interrogation and freedom

In the third part of his series on life as a medical student, KEVIN OOI outlines severalstudy methods and describes the examination that follows.


Red tape affecting Indon labour

Compiled by WONG LI ZA (March 6 to March 12)

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Widow with bird flu has no symptom

Vietnamese health officials said yesterday that the 61-year-old widow of a bird flu victim had also tested positive for the H5N1 virus, but showed no symptom.


Don’t go too far out to sea, fishermen told

Do not venture too far out into the open sea.


Our criminals seem to be growing bolder



Fong: Debate over Indon wages issue may sour ties

The government fears that misunderstanding over the country#8217;s labour provisions and emotionally charged statements by irresponsible parties in Indonesia over the alleged non-payment of wages to Indonesian illegal workers in Malaysia may sour the good relations between the two countries.

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India's sex workers fight men and AIDS

After having had acid thrown in her face by a spurned lover, chilli powder shoved inside her during a gang rape and money stolen by police, Asara says she knows one thing: #8220;I am very put off by men.#8221;


Take steps to foil thefts

The Consumer Claims Tribunal ticked off some apartment management companies for not employing more guards to prevent thefts in their premises.


Good results

CHRONIC myeloid leukaemia (CML) is one of the four most common types of leukaemia. Worldwide, CML has an incidence of one to two cases per 100,000 per year, and is responsible for 15% to 20% of all adult cases of leukaemia. About 2% of cases are diagnosed in children.


Telekom's 10-man team unable to explain discrepancy in billing

The claim against Telekom Malaysia was for less than RM400 but the telecommunication company put up a 10-man team to protect its interest at the Consumer Claims Tribunal in Malacca.