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Japan helping MMU test satellite tele-education

The Japanese government is providing support to test the distance education programme between the Multimedia University (MMU) and Tokai University in Japan, said Datin Seri Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali.


Sultan's personal touch makes all the difference

From WEATHER 2 of Kuala Lumpur


New generation set to take over

Over the past week, the handphone of Datin Seri Ena Ling has been ringing non-stop. Unable to reach her husband Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik, MCA members and friends have instead attempted to call her for information about his intention to resign from his party post.


King: Education sector must respond to changes

The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Syed Putra Jamalullail said it is vital for the education sector to respond to changes to move with the times.


OU boon to retail trade

OPEN University Malaysia (OU Malaysia) and Jaya Jusco Stores Bhd held their first convocation recently for 89 students who graduated with the Career Certificate in Retail Operations.


Saleha award for Selina

HELP Institute celebrated its 15th convocation ceremony with style and grandeur recently, with 1,200 students receiving their scrolls to mark the successful completion of their studies.

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Vajpayee softens tone over Kashmir

B>SRINAGAR:/BIndian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee said yesterday there was no issue that cannot be resolved 'peacefully and democratically,' on the final day of his two-day tour of troubled Kashmir.


Yayasan Sabah to retrench half its workforce

A move to retrench about half of the 1,300 staff of Yayasan Sabah and its investment arm Innoprise Corporation Sdn Bhd (ICSB) is going ahead despite talk of it being deferred.


Freedom of journalists assured

Malaysian journalists are free to report on the invasion of Iraq from various angles including those which might favour the west, Information Minister Tan Sri Khalil Yaakob said Saturday.


Airlines may adopt 'wait and see' stand

The war in Iraq is not expected to have a great impact on air travel in the country and major airlines are likely to adopt a #8220;wait and see#8221; policy before deciding to revise their fares due to uncertainties over the duration of the conflict.