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Opposition parties should learn to accept defeat

The opposition must be dreaming if it feels it can overturn the results of the 2004 general election. These opposition groups are still in denial and could not accept the fact that the people had rejected them. It is time for them to face reality and take the loss on the chin. V.K. CHIN writes.

Celcom relisting only matter of time, says Munir

THE relisting of Celcom (M) Bhd on the MSEB is only a matter of time, chairman Datuk Dr Mohd Munir Abdul Majid said.

Indonesia’s PLN and TNB to study project on power interconnection

TENAGA Nasional Bhd (TNB) signed an agreement with Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) Indonesia in Jakarta yesterday, awarding a contract on engineering services consultancy to Shaw PTI USA.

Liverpool need to keep winning to save the season

Liverpool are in a battle with Newcastle for the Champions League spot that would save the Reds' season, according to under-fire Reds boss Gerard Houllier.

CIMB expects earnings to keep growing this year

CIMB Bhd expects earnings to continue growing this year, but not as rapidly as last year.

Reshuffle of 14 senior civil servants

Former Selangor state financial officer Datuk Mohamed Adzib Mohd Isa, who was appointed Selangor state secretary, was among 14 senior civil servants involved in a reshuffle effective between April 1 and tomorrow.

New Silk Road takes shape

A NEW Silk Road has been taking shape, extending westwards via central Asian and European countries to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, forming a new Asian-European Transcontinental Bridge, Communications Vice-Minister Feng Zhenglin said in Beijing on Thursday.

Ancient idea reborn in new Silk Road

A new Silk Road has been taking shape, extending westwards via central Asian and European countries to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, forming a new Asian-European Trans-continental Bridge, Vice Minister of Communications Feng Zhenglin said Thursday in Beijing.

New ministries to move house to Putrajaya

Many of the newly established ministries are operating from temporary bases and are expected to move into their own premises in the federal administrative centre by year's end.

Ministry can’t force private stations

The Information Ministry cannot force private radio and television stations to follow the language and broadcasting guidelines adopted by Radio and Television Malaysia (RTM), said its deputy minister Datuk Zainuddin Maidin.