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By TAN KAH PENG
From humble beginnings, he worked his way up the societal ladder ending up finally as one of the most popular Chief Justices of Malaysia. Days before his retirement, Tun Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah spoke of his achievements and dreams and the forces behind them. CHELSEA L.Y. NG has the story.
Yesterday was International Women #8217;s Day,an occasion rooted in the centuries-old struggle of women to participate in society on an equal footing with men.Let #8217;s take this time to look at a vital aspect of women #8217;s lives #8211; the issue of healthfrom birth to the end of life.By PAUL YEO .
The nation will witness Selangor's new Ruler, its ninth Sultan crowned Saturday, according to traditional rites and customs of the state's Sultanate, one of Malaysia's oldest. Proclaimed Sultan of Selangor on Nov 22,2001, upon the demise of his father, then the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, the Raja Muda Selangor Tengku Idris Shah became Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah. KEE HUA CHEE details the fascinating life of a man destines to be Sultan.
World Cup hosts South Africa were facing an epic battle yesterday to avoid the humiliation of being eliminated from the World Cup at the first round stage
Miss Chinese International 2003, law student Rachel Tan Weng Kim, goes for a rock-chick type makeover for our photo spread.
By Nor Azaruddin Husni Hj Nuruddin
Within 50 days, more than a million Malaysians have come together spontaneously to call a halt to the looming war in Iraq. The rally in Stadium Bukit Jalil today is proof that ordinary Malaysians have their priorities right.
The planet Saturn always worries the Hindu astrologer who sees it as the Planet of Doom and Gloom. The Chinese, however, revere it and associate it with infinity and rebirth. Astronomically speaking, Saturn is indeed a curious and distant planet, what with its three rings and 18-year orbit.
Sri Lanka smashed their way into the world record books yesterday as they sent woeful Canada crashing to 36 all out #8211; the lowest ever score in one-day cricket history.