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Letters

The full circle of life grows wider but never closes

B>DHAKA: /B>Does everything come full circle in life? It is a question we often ask, but are seldom convinced if the answer is right.

AseanPlus News

‘Most corrupt nation’ Bangladesh removes 302 cops

Bangladesh, named this week as the world's most corrupt nation, has forced 302 police officers into early retirement amid reported allegations of links with criminals against them, an official said yesterday.

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Upside down flags add to glitches at meeting

The flags of 48 Commonwealth countries taking part in a meeting of lawmakers at a downtown venue here flapped happily in the breeze early yesterday - at least five of them upside down.

Letters

Number of foreign workers discomfiting

From KLANGITE, Klang.

Other Sport

Johnson delays honeymoon to answer England call-up

So determined is Richard Johnson to establish himself as an England cricketer he has delayed his honeymoon.

Education

Sedaya now called UCSI

A strong emphasis on research and involvement in the community are just two of the reasons behind Sedaya International College's success in gaining university college status.

Education

Sedaya’s Kiwi launch

As part of its expansion plans, Sedaya International College opened the Sedaya-Lifeway International College (SLIC) in Warkworth, north of Auckland, New Zealand, on Aug 26.

Other Sport

Japan lose two key players for Asia Cup

Japan are without two of their World Cup players for the Sixth Asia Cup hockey tournament, which begins on Sunday at the National Hockey Stadium in Bukit Jalil.

Other Sport

Musa to skipper Bangladesh side

Midfielder Musa Mia has been named Bangladesh's captain for the Asia Cup hockey tournament.

AseanPlus News

Pakistan riled by India-Israel weapons deal

Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri warned yesterday that the sale of weapons by Israel to India could disturb the balance of power in South Asia.