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Education 24 Aug 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

Better to practise than memorise

From THE WAY.

Nation 24 Aug 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

National Social Policy launched

August 17 to August 23: Compiled by WONG LI ZA

Nation 22 Aug 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

Cabinet opts to retain original anthem

Plans to rename the national anthem to I>Malaysiaku/Ihave been scrapped as Cabinet ministers have opted to retain the original I>Negaraku/I>.

Nation 17 Aug 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

Power to right technical errors

Compiled by Shantini Suntharajah (Aug 10 to Aug 16)

Education 17 Aug 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

New subject for unity

Will an additional subject - Civics and Citizenship - make better Malaysians of our students? SIMRIT KAUR and GAVIN GOMEZ look at whether this new subject will be a burden or benefit.

Nation 13 Aug 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

DG: New subject to replace Moral and Islamic Studies

Moral and Islamic Studies will be scrapped by 2005 and replaced by a new subject that will be studied by both Muslim and non-Muslim students.

Education 20 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

Pakistan varsity reviews English lit

Great works of English literature could be scrapped from the syllabus of a top Pakistan university because of what professors fear is a rising tide of Muslim fundamentalism, reports RORY MCCARTHY.

Nation 15 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

Panel unhappy with decision to scrap project

The Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee has expressed regret over the decision to abandon a pilot project for the reorganisation of the Civil Division of the High Court.

Nation 12 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

DPM has no objections to lifting of suspension

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said he has no objection to the lifting of the suspension of the two Penang MCA assemblymen if it benefits the Barisan Nasional.

AseanPlus News 06 Jul 2003 | 12:00 AM Premium

Changes to security bill in HK announced

B>HONG KONG:/BHong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa announced three major concessions yesterday on a controversial security law that critics say will limit freedoms in the former British colony.