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Truly of value for Thai visitors

By M. VEERA PANDIYAN.

No abuse in ad licensing, says MPPJ

The Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) said allegations that its issuance of advertising licences was based on contributions to its sports and culture club were due to a 'misunderstanding.'

A real treat for Beckham and Co

Thousands of Chinese fans lined the streets yesterday to greet David Beckham and Real Madrid, together for the first time, at the start of a roadshow to boost the Spanish champions' brand in Asia.

Pakistan varsity reviews English lit

Great works of English literature could be scrapped from the syllabus of a top Pakistan university because of what professors fear is a rising tide of Muslim fundamentalism, reports RORY MCCARTHY.

Milo believes. Do you?

In tribute to emerging juniorchampions and the people whoplay the most important roles intheir lives,Milo and Asia NewsBroadcasting (ANB)have comeup with a series called Tribute toChampions.Tribute to Champions begins today at 5pm on TV3.

The giant steak challenge

In a land of abundance where some eat too much as a habit, challenge or dare, one woman takes on a 2kg slab of sirloin steak. LEE HOCKSTADER reports.

Maxis key strength lies in brand name

THE Maxis brand name is Maxis Communications Bhd#146;s biggest asset. You are bound to find this bright tangerine Hotlink banners or the ones in blue and green hanging on shop fronts on billboards along the busiest roads, painted on the exteriors of rail coaches, and even decorating car park barriers.

Primal passage

L#8217;artisan Parfumeur is a little known brand of fragrance here, which is a shame considering its delightful scents. TAN LEE KUEN gives the olfactory glands a rare treat.

Councils must focus on the essentials

By Dato Wong Chun Wai

Thaksin planning to go after Mafia-like gangs

AFTER the crackdown on drug dealers, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has set his sights on the Thai Mafia #8211; the powerful local gangs that control much of the underground economy.