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'Drilling 'dance' 'divides 'Indonesia

B>JAKARTA:/BThe world's most populous Muslim nation is battling terrorism, economic despair and separatist guerillas, but most Indonesians seem obsessed with something else: a local pop star and her swerving hips.

Using mental pictures to paint words

A picture is worth a thousand words, and this can apply to language teaching too. Teacher Nirmala Ramakrishnan came upon a simple but remarkably effective tool to teach vocabulary, spelling and grammar to her students.

Bali bombing part of jihad against US

B>BALI:/BThe Islamic militant accused of planning last year's Bali bombings targeted the tourist island as part of a #8220;program of jihad'' against the United States in retaliation for its invasion of Afghanistan, a key witness said Wednesday.

Requests for Kuntum workshop from other states

The Kuntum UPSR workshop, which is mostly held in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor, has gained so much popularity that teachers are now urging for the programme to be extended to other states, I>Kuntum/Iassistant editor Asma Saad said Sunday.

It's my love for art that challenges me, says artist

Hoan Kee Huang has undertaken many professions, including martial arts exponent, stuntman and gym instructor; he has even been crowned Mr Sarawak. But it is his childhood love for art that keeps on challenging him.

Consult a urologist for incontinence, don tells women

Women who are incontinent have been advised to see urologists, not gynaecologists.

Medical schools in doubt

A HANDFUL of medical schools in the United States and abroad graduate troubled doctors at about 10 times the rate of the best schools, an eight-month I>Hartford Courant/Iinvestigation found.

Director wants to rectify errors in Paloh

Award-winning director Adman Salleh of I>Paloh/Iis appealing to Finas to allow him to rectify certain technical errors of the film before it is submitted to the Asia-Pacific Film Festival in Iran in October.

English boost at Islamic school

Six-year-old Amirul Rashad speaks perfect English, enjoys reading Joy Cowley books and loves Popeye cartoon shows. He is one of the 150 students who go to Sekolah Islam Adni in Taman Sri Ukay, Ampang, a private Islamic school dedicated to providing holistic education for children aged four to 17.

Dane ‘flies’ out of tunnel a winner

Dane Jorgen Kristensen beat 18 other competitors Saturday at the first Wind Tunnel Competition at the Genting Sky Venture when he used both strength and technique to 'fly' on a flow of air.