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IN the current thrill-a-minute 2002/2003 English Premier League football season, we have been shocked by Arsenal#8217;s autumn slide that North London#8217;s finest side have thankfully managed to get out of, Liverpool#8217;s long unbeaten stint at the top followed by a drawn out slump which has seen the Merseyside club slip from first place to an embarrassing seventh in the space of 10 weeks, Chelsea#8217;s newfound steely determination and Southampton#8217;s amazing rise to the upper echelons of the English game.
Even today, the aura of grandeur and power still emanates from Cambodia#8217;s enigmatic Khmer past, attracting travellers from near and far to one of the most beautiful monuments ever built #8211; the majestic Angkor temples.
Open-plan kitchens, which are the rage in swanky hotels and fine-dining restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, provide an entertaining diversion for diners but don't leave much room to disguise flying lamb chops and clanging cutlery. REENA GURBAKSH ventures into an award-winning kitchen to find out the art of cooking on show.
A wheelchair that climbs stairs and a little pill camera that takes pictures inside the intestine. Even the most astute prognosticator probably would not have predicted what had occurred in 2002. Perhaps 2003 will bring even bigger surprises inhealthcare, write JANE E. ALLEN and LINDA MARSA.