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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.

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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.

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Musa to skipper Bangladesh side

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

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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.

Nation

Major security breach at KLIA

There was a major security breach at the KL International Airport on Monday when five Bangladeshis, who were on transit, sneaked out of their hotel at the satellite building and went to the MAS cargo complex by hitching a ride across the tarmac.

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Lehmann’s ton put Aussies in control

An unbeaten century from Darren Lehmann put Australia in firm control of the second test against Bangladesh yesterday.

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297 die in South Asia floods

B>DHAKA:/BPoisonous snakes, cholera and landslides brought more deaths among the seven million people affected by flooding in South Asia, bringing the toll from six weeks of monsoon rains to 297, relief and government officials said Wednesday.