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First local SARS death reported

B>FIRST DEATH/B(April 6): The Health Ministry confirmed the first death related to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Mohamad Taha Arif said a 64-year-old Chinese male from Jerantut, Pahang, who died on March 30, was admitted to Kuala Lumpur Hospital in a serious condition a day earlier.

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Literature alive and kicking during debates

WHO says Malay literature, such as I>pantun /I>(Malay rhymes), has lost its charm and faded away in modern times? It was alive and kicking in the Dewan last week.

Education

Excellent for networking

IN just four days, you can really tour theworld of education at the WEM!#8221; enthusesWorld Education Market (WEM) directorElaine Legault.

Education

Sunway forges ahead

AFTER 17 years in the business, Sunway College would not be faulted for wanting to rest on its laurels. Instead it continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

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Baby train in China rumbles on

B>T/B>HEY nervously packed facemasks and antiseptic handwash along with the routine baby wipes, milk bottles and diapers.

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Five more people die of SARS in HK

B>HONG KONG:/BFive more people have died of SARS, bringing the territory's total to 40 as the disease continues to spread, health officials said yesterday.

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Rush to rescue cultural relics

HUNDREDS of archaeologists from around China, devoted to the protection of cultural relics in the dam area of the Three Gorges, can feel the clock ticking as the water of the Yangtze River, China's longest, is ready to fill the partially-built reservoir.

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Special visas for tourists stranded here

From the Chinese Press: The Immigration Department will issue special visas for Chinese tourists stranded in Malaysia following cancellations by many airlines to several destinations in China, I>Nanyang Siang Pau /I>reported yesterday.

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Babies born to pregnant SARS victims have breathing problems

Three babies born prematurely to Hong Kong mothers with SARS have difficulty breathing and look like they may have the deadly illness although they initially tested negative, a pediatrician said Wednesday.

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China brushes aside figures India's first case in Goa

B>BEIJING:/BBeijing yesterday brushed aside a World Health Organisation finding that the deadly SARS outbreak is much worse in China than officials have acknowledged and said it would stick to its official figures.