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Striking at the root of learning difficulties

It's a triad of a different kind, one that all parents worry about. No, it doesn't involve secret societies or what not. It's the triad of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia (difficulty with reading) and dyspraxia (impairment of movement) that can make life an ordeal for children and parents alike.

Coach hopes one of his Red Dragons will rule the world

CHINESE head coach Li Yongbo expressed strong hope that one of his players will go on to lift the world title in Birmingham on Sunday.

News in brief

News in brief on Bumi Armada Navigation, Maxis, Prestar, UPA, Landmarks, Gume, UMW and Fourseason.

Teen fiction rich in choices

As part of the reading month Hariati Azizan has compiled a review of books read by today's teenagers.

Martin out to bite Mosquito

A topsy-turvy men#8217;s tournament at this year#8217;s French Open could finish up with the proverbial biter being bitten in today#8217;s final.

Spanish armada steam forth

Sizzling Spaniards Albert Costa and Juan Carlos Ferrero raced into the French Open quarter-finals, underlining their claycourt expertise with rampaging wins to move within one match of a repeat of last year's final.

Nissan's Quest for America

Nissan Motor Co president and chief executive officer Carlos Ghosn (left) and Mississippi governor Ronnie Musgrove, raise their hands to acknowledge the cheers as the I>Quest /I>minivan is unveiled at the opening of Nissan's US$1.4bil assembly plant here on Tuesday.

Supporting voices

It's always good to have someone to talk to, especially when you#8217;re down and lonely. Who that someone is depends on our social support group. But just what is social support?

Mantilla makes it to final

Red-bearded buccaneer Felix Mantilla saved face for Spain#8217;s tennis armada yesterday as he assured the clay kings a spot in the final of the Rome Masters, salvaging a win over Yevgeny Kafelnikov 4-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4.

Spanish armada begin to lose ground

Double Grand Slam champion Yevgeny Kafelnikov, his form blooming after several seasons of sleepy clay play, sank a leading member of the Spanish Armada as he inflicted a 6- 4, 7-6 (7-4) third-round defeat on Carlos Moya.