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Lifestyle

A Blessed New Year

THE year 2002 has become history and we have ushered in 2003. Christians would like to wish everyone a #8220;Blessed New Year#8221; instead of a #8220;Happy New Year#8221;.

Lifestyle

Let parents help in class

AS JADED as the subject is to many, kudos to Mind Our English for flogging the same horse!

Other Sport

Our boys hold mighty Indians

Malaysia came back from a goal down to force a 1-1 draw with India in the MHF Under-19 international invitational hockey tournament at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil here Monday.

Lifestyle

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For week ending Jan 5, 2003.

Nation

Ling: Utar dream to come true in Kampar today

It was a proud and elated MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik when he saw party members and people from all walks of life working together as one family to make the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman ground-breaking ceremony today a success.

Nation

Tycoon makes an exception to celebrate

Property and business mogul Tan Sri Dr Teo Soo Cheng never celebrates his birthday and is not too keen on big parties. Tonight, however, he will make an exception as it marks 60 years of marriage to his wife Puan Sri Cheng Gek Hong.

Business

Ng strikes the right note

B>C/B>LASSICAL music permeating her home, trips to recitals and her father#8217;s pure determination became the notes that would eventually form the life score of classical pianist Ng Mei Fong.

Education

Eat your way to good health

You are what you eat, and no one knows this better than dietitians and nutritionists. Deciding which of these two healthcare professionals to see depends on your state of health.

Other Sport

Real pressure now on leaders Sociedad

Real Sociedad fought back from two goals down to claim a 2-2 draw at Valencia thanks to late strikes from Darko Kovacevic and Nihat Kahveci as they clung onto the leadership of the Spanish First Division on Saturday.

Letters

Food lifeline for poor children

They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. The saying may quite apply to a child too. CHELSEA L.Y. NG found out that there is a nasi lemak way to make an undernourished child rediscover the joy of going to school.