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Vendors raising funds for Utar

The 90 vendors at the popular and colourful Sunrise Arts, Bric-a-brac and Crafts (ABC) Market in Mont'Kiara are participating in a donation drive in support of Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar).


Islam rejects oppressive globalisation, says scholar

Globalisation or any other system that is oppressive or imposes the will of one on another will never be acceptable to Islam, a world-renown scholar said.


Samy Vellu to help rebuild razed Tamil school

I>TAMIL Nesan/Iand I>Malaysia Nanban/Ihighlighted the visit of MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu to the Batu Pekaka Tamil School, which was razed in a predawn fire on Wednesday.


Book to give insight into contemporary issues

Writing is not exactly his passion but Loh Seng Kok has soldiered on simply because he wants the truth to prevail.


Portal to help teachers

Mathematics and Science teachers can now work with their counterparts from around the world to discuss issues and exchange ideas on the subject, thanks to the launch of Malaysia's first technology-driven education portal.


Siti Hasmah heads Penang list

The Prime Minister's wife will be conferred the I>Darjah Utama Pangkuan Negri/I(DUPN) in conjunction with the 65th birthday celebration of Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas today.


Govt moving quickly to reduce the digital divide

The Government is moving quickly to provide all public schools with Internet access in a 'top priority' plan to reduce the digital divide.


Ong: One team, one vision

The top two new leaders in MCA are able to strike a consensus very fast because both share the same vision in many issues, party president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said.


Groups urge RTM to air programmes in Mandarin

THE Information Ministry has been urged to press ahead with its ruling on Mandarin for all Chinese programmes on RTM without having to look over its shoulder or fear the loss of advertising revenue.


Small schools can qualify for class party

Last week's I>Best School Newspaper Awards 2003/Iworkshop conducted by I>The Star/Inews editor Wong Sai Wan and I>Star Online/Ieditor Soo Ewe Jin at Menara Star proved to be a hit among students eager to start work on their own school newspapers.