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CEO Outlook - Three sons driving growth

Three corporate captains featured in Thursday's CEO Outlook series: Datuk Nazir Razak of CIMB, Datuk Lee Oi Han of Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK) and Carl Bek-Nielsen of United Plantations Bhd (UP) - scions of Malaysia's most prominent families


Help the disabled

From Bulbir Singh, Seremban


Promoting peace education during Ramadan

A report from The Jakarta Post.


Getting to the heart of cardiology

A recent letter to the editor painting 'a cynical and unflattering ' picture of doctorsregarding their management of coronary heart disease patients in Malaysia hasprovoked a response from a prominent consultant cardiologist,DR DAVID K.L.QUEK.


Count me in, too

From Hamdan Ibrahim of Kuala Lumpur.


Welcome to the book matrix

Neal Stephenson writes on high-tech topics using a low-tech process, reports ONG SOR FERN.


Groups salute new leadership style by Pak Lah

The call by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to work with him and not for him is a declaration of a fresh leadership style, said Youth Academy, a policy research and leadership programme think tank.


Ironing out the kinks in WTO

A frank and lively debate on what's wrong with the world trade talks, why the WTO conference in Cancun failed, and what should be done has been held in the UN agency, Unctad, at a period when such frankness appears to be difficult or impossible at the WTO itself.

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Bush praises Indon efforts

US President George W. Bush praised Indonesia yesterday for its support in the war on terror and said Islamic terrorists defiled one of the great faiths.


Time to act for change

THERE has been quite a bit of activity and excitement in the disability community of late. No one more jubilant #8211; and hardworking about it #8211; I suppose, than disabled groups in Penang over a proposed Disability Act that is expected to greatly improve the lives of disabled Malaysians when it sees its way into Parliament sometime next year.