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Doctors: Be more aware of child health

New parents will be less confused about their children's health problems if they are equipped with the right knowledge, according to the Malaysian Paediatric Association (MPA).

Fab four for Asian dialogue

FOUR undergraduates - Hazleen Mohd Zakaria, Lim Fung Kit, Melissa Shamini Periasamy and Tizreena Mohd Ismail - have been selected to represent Malaysia at the Sixth Hitachi Young Leaders Initiative (HYLI), scheduled to be held in Bangkok from Dec 8 to 12.

Rock concert in Jakarta ends in riot

A free rock music concert meant to promote peace and social harmony ended abruptly with rioting and police warning shots, reports said yesterday. At least six people were reportedly injured.

A strong instrument to address social ills

THE National Social Policy (NSP) has noble aims, which among others, is to ensure that citizens have the right to basic needs and the opportunity to enhance their quality of life in terms of health, education, career, safety, spirituality and information.

‘Talking shop’ has its rewards

The smart partnership movement that started with the Langkawi International Dialogue in 1995 entered its eighth year with thestaging of the Global 2003 International Dialogue in Swaziland recently.K.Y.PUNG highlights some of the events that occurred.

Don't just blame the West

From AIRIL HAIMI MOHD ADNAN, UfoRIA Centre of Excellence, Universiti Teknologi Mara, Perak.

Have fun as PM at ministry’s website

Malaysians who want to play prime minister have a chance to do so now. The opportunity to lead a nation is made possible by the National Unity and Social Development Ministry by way of myGAME, which is available on its I>Kamu, Aku Seiring/Iwebsite a href=http://www.seiring.com target=_blank>www.seiring.com/a>

Address real causes of complex social issues

From CHEONG YUN WAN, Johor Baru

3,000 children die from accidents or abuse yearly

ABOUT 3,000 children in Thailand die of injuries caused by accidents or from physical abuse each year, according to a survey by a hospital here.

Need to address social issues openly

From ALAN T. of Petaling Jaya.