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Malacca bank on tough fitness regime to make impact

Coaches Paramjit Singh and Rahim Omar are not taking any chances in their bid to help Malacca make an impression in the Malaysian Hockey Federation's (MHF) Under-21 tournament beginning at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil tomorrow.


Powertek looking at expansion

INDEPENDENT power producer Powertek Bhd is looking to expand its business in Malaysia and the Asean region, said executive director Dr Ong Peng Su.


KLSE volume at 9-month high

THE KLSE Composite Index (CI) resumed its ascent yesterday to end at the day#039;s high of nearly 676 points in heavy trading, after recent good news revived positive sentiment on equities. Total volume for the day surged to a nine-month high of 633.4 million shares from 442.7 million on Monday.

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Kelantan to dish out spaghetti and pasta for players

The Kelantan players will have a new diet for their pre-games meal to help enhance their performance when they play in the M-League this season. This is part of a more scientific approach, which their new technical officer, Dali Omar, is taking to prepare the players for matches.


Past leaders can inspire the young

THE idea that today#039;s young, educated professionals in Malaysia can gain tremendously from the collective experiences of the nation#039;s past leaders is something The Young Professionals Chamber Malaysia (Dewan Profesional Muda Malaysia) or Promuda has seized with both hands.


Maybank favoured among heavyweights

DESPITE analysts#039; generally neutral stance on top heavyweights Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank), Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) and Telekom Malaysia Bhd, their shares have outperformed the market of late.


Investors eye repeat high returns from TNB bonds

INVESTORS burned by US$124bil of defaults in the US last year are looking to Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB), which had one of Asia#146;s top-returning bonds in 2002, for a repeat performance in 2003.


TNB on track to fine performance

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) has posted a 1.3% increase in pre-tax profit to RM798.2mil for its first quarter ended Nov 30, 2002, from a year earlier, and is looking at ways to increase shareholders' funds and smoothen the foreign exchange impact on earnings.

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No more night matches for Kelantan

Kelantan are expected to play all their home matches in the afternoon because of poor lighting in the Sultan Mohamed IV Stadium in Kota Baru.

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Pay up or its lights out for the Kelantanese

It's lights out for the four Kelantanese teams playing in the M-League.