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Quality education for all

APPLICATIONS for the 2014 Elena Cooke Education Fund are now open.


China sacks ally of former security chief as graft probe widens

BEIJING (Reuters) - A former aide to China's retired domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang was sacked on Thursday after authorities opened a corruption probe, state media said, the latest move targeting associates of Zhou, who is also under investigation for graft.


China sidesteps question on fate of former security chief

BEIJING (Reuters) - A senior Chinese government spokesman sidestepped a question about the fate of the country's powerful former domestic security chief on Sunday, the first time a top official has been asked about a corruption case that has been shrouded in secrecy.


China lawmakers wary, tight-lipped on fate of former security chief

BEIJING (Reuters) - Delegates at China's annual parliament session on Wednesday were loath to discuss Zhou Yongkang, the former domestic security chief rumoured to be the most senior politician ensnared in a graft scandal in modern China's history.


In South Korean school, sombre silence and occasional sobs

ANSAN, South Korea (Reuters) - "Change your thoughts and you change your world," reads a quotation hanging in the corridors of Danwon High School, where almost 250 students and teachers are still missing from a South Korean ferry that capsized on Wednesday.


Another feather in her cap

THINGS just keep getting better for Eleasha Chew Sue Yuen.


Advisers to India's Modi dream of a Thatcherite revolution

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - When Indian opposition leader Narendra Modi gave a speech on the virtues of smaller government and privatisation on April 8 last year, supporters called him an ideological heir to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died that day.


Heritage ride to mark milestone

THE Penang Free School (PFS) Bicentenary Committee will be organising a heritage fun ride on June 1, in celebration of the school’s 200th anniversary in 2016.


Turning on the heat

A culinary degree or diploma is akin to a passport to the rest of the world.


Tragic turn to graduates' field trip

KUCHING: A field trip to Bako National Park near here turned tragic for a group of graduates when they got lost and one of their members died.