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That faithful old wardrobe standby, batik, looks set to become a lot trendier. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM is dazzled by its possibilities as espoused by Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood.
She is said to be an ill-behaved diva. However, supermodel Naomi Campbell was a picture of diplomacy in a recent interview with LIONEL SEAH.
A CAPE Malay has emerged as the leader of the ruling African National Congress in Western Cape, better known as the heartland of the Cape Malay, whose ancestral roots can be traced back to the Malay Archipelago three century ago. K.Y. PUNG met this young articulate leader in Cape Town in South Africa recently.
The final humiliation for Gareth Southgate's England career was delivered on Monday when the Middlesbrough captain was overlooked by Sven-Goran Eriksson, who instead chose Matthew Upson to replace the injured Owen Hargreaves.
James Nachtwey, the highly admired photojournalist, has been documenting war and violence across the globe for almost 30 years. Why does he keep doing it and how does one keep covering such hellish, dehumanising territory and not lose one's own humanity or compassion? MENG YEW CHOONG finds out.
He may be unwanted at Old Trafford, but just about everywhere else on the planet, David Beckham has never been more in demand.
GARETH Southgate was too busy to notice at the time, but if there was one lesson English football learnt from AC Milan and Juventus crushing the style out of each other in last week#8217;s Champions League final, it was that tough, uncompromising, thirty-something central defenders are back in vogue.