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At the Military Academy Malaysia, students pursue a degree and undergo military training at the same time. SIMRIT KAUR reports on this unique institution established to increase the number of graduates in the armed forces.
Standard Chartered declared June 24 as its AIDS day recently where employees held HIV/AIDS-related programmes worldwide. Ugandan Theopista Ntale Sekitto was here as an HIV champion to share her touching story as someone greatly affected by the disease, writes WONG LI ZA.
The number of people infected with HIV keeps going up, and Malaysia needs to intensify prevention and education efforts in HIV/AIDS work, reminded Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali, as nominations are called for the Dr Siti Hasmah Award which recognises excellence in HIV/AIDS work. IVY SOON reports.
WRITING a book in Malaysia is more a labour of love than making a money-making venture, says retired general Nordin Yusof. In fact, one has to spend one's own money to get one's work published here. Not to mention the hours spent thinking up ideas and writing the material.
RAISE at least RM2,500 in pledges, hop on your road bike and set out for an adventure around Malaysia for seven days. Yes, Riding for Life (RFL), the ride-for charity event, is back.