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Form search panel to pick V-C for Universiti Malaya

Writes ROSLI OMAR,Secretary,Persatuan Kakitangan AkademicUniversiti Malaya.

Nation

Ready to work with the media

Former journalist Datuk Zainuddin Maidin was named the new Information Minister in the recent Cabinet reshuffle. In an interview with SHAHANAAZ HABIB just after his appointment, he shares his thoughts on the media and the direction he hopes to steer.

AseanPlus News

US to check ‘unfair’ trade

THE Bush administration declared on Tuesday that the United States had entered a new phase in its economic relationship with China, and pledged 'rigorous enforcement' of laws aimed at curbing what China critics see as 'unfair' trade practices.

AseanPlus News

Trading status under fire

Two US senators have proposed legislation to repeal permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) status for China, alleging an enlarging US trade deficit with China is all the latter's fault.

Nation

Government to study calls to review divorces via SMS

The Government will study calls to review divorces made via SMS by Muslims.

Nation

Najib: Causeway substitute won’t strain ties with Singapore

The decision to go ahead with the construction of a bridge to replace the Causeway will not strain Malaysia-Singapore relations, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.

World

Canadians elect weak Conservative government

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadians elected their first Conservative government in 12 years, but gave the party a far-from-decisive mandate to push through its agenda of tax cuts, extra military spending and better ties with Washington.

Community

Low-cost flats ready for occupation

B>A/B>TOTAL of 315 families can expect to move into the completed low-cost flats located between Lorong Selamat and Jalan Zainal Abidin in Penang by March.

Nation

Clearing the air on conversions

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mohd Radzi Sheikh Ahmad will look into matters involving the legal aspects of religious conversions, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

World

Libyan court scraps nurses' HIV death sentences

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's Supreme Court on Sunday scrapped death sentences against five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor convicted of infecting children with the HIV virus and sent the case back to a lower court for retrial.