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Lots of goodies in Dr M’s last budget address

Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has presented a bag of goodies to the rakyat in his last budget as Prime Minister and Finance Minister.

Business

CI breaches 750 mark on strong support for blue chips

THE KLSE Composite Index (CI) punched through the 750-point barrier with a rise of 7 points yesterday as blue-chip stocks rose strongly.

ASEAN+

Foreign media doubts CPF cuts will create jobs or spur economy

THE CPF changes and relief package announced by the government have received lukewarm reaction from analysts and commentators in the foreign media.

Business

Preparing a suitable estate plan

WHILE more and more upwardly mobile professionals are beginning to draft their own wills, the vast majority of Malaysians still have not prepared a detailed, well-crafted estate plan.

Health

Exciting frontier in medicine

Stem cell research is an area of medicine that holds much promise for medical breakthroughs. But there are many obstacles, both technical and ethical. The journey to stem cell fulfillment is a long one, but there have been some early successes despite the odds, observes PAUL YEO.

Business

Pacific Mutual CEO: CI can hit 880 next year

THE KLSE Composite Index (CI) could gain more than 140 points over the next 6-12 months to hit 880, the head of an investment fund said yesterday.

Business

Bank Niaga, BCB launch new service

BUMIPUTRA-COMMERCE Bank Bhd (BCB) and PT Bank Niaga of Indonesia, both under the Commerce Asset-Holding Bhd group, have embarked on their first joint financial service called I>CashLaju/I- an electronic remittance service - to capture a big share of the estimated RM2bil remitted by Indonesian workers to their homeland yearly.

Lifestyle

Debts of the dead

BHAG SINGH comes to the rescue and solves your legal woes.

Lifestyle

Blown away by ‘Atomic Jaya’

By CHOY SU-LING

ASEAN+

Sex tycoon turns civic avenger

A sex tycoon who owns a string of massage parlours in Thailand is boiling with anger and indignation against the police. With nearly 2,000 young women working for him, Chuwit Kamolvisit says he plied police for years with cash, Rolex watches, European cars and free services at his six parlours, with names like Emmanuelle, Victoria's Secret, and Honolulu Love Boat.---------------------------------------------