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Turning the sexual dysfunction tables

Most doctors agree that women have far more difficulty than men in putting aside emotional and relationship issues when it comes to sex.

Pakistani province tightens Islamic laws

B>PESHAWAR:/BLawmakers who control Pakistan's northwestern province have passed resolutions to make studying the Quran compulsory in schools and to forbid medical examinations of women by men.

Introducing Paula Taylor

A stunner of Thai and English parentage, Paula Taylor is already familiar to many Malaysians.

Lens-view of life

OUR life, public and private, rich or poor, is surrounded by pictures. There are the advertising billboards, TV channels, Internet sites, printed media and personal snapshots. The visual images available to us today are boundless and borderless.

Fuji aiming to make it big in air-cond market

FUJI Electric may not be a familiar name in the local air-conditioning market but its marketer Fuji Technology Sdn Bhd aims to change that with its debut in the highly competitive retail sector.

Calling forth the human spirit

NEITHER handphones nor computers are in sight. The latest Maxis TV commercial also shows no board meeting or people in business suits or trendy clothes. However, it does have a lot of acrobats.

Effective ad is about consumers

FEELING that most advertising is ineffective and a waste of money, advertisers are now waking up and returning to the heart of the consumer.

Ban the billboards - except one

Billboards are now a ubiquitous fact of commercial life in the urban centres, but ISAGANI A. CRUZ wishes they were not. While there are some billboards that are pleasing to the eye, like the one with the beautiful girl and her splendid legs, these advertisements are generally unwelcome.

Ambient media no fad

BIG Events Sdn Bhd, which sells advertising space for Putraline (formerly Putra-LRT), has done a lot to popularise advertising and promotions at the stations and on the trains.

Outlets still selling cigarettes to children

The rampant sale of cigarettes to children is nullifying the Health Ministry's efforts to curb smoking. Clearinghouse for Tobacco Control co-ordinator Dr Rahmat Awang said children under the age of 18 could buy cigarettes from retail outlets.