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Allocate fund for rural schools Remote areas in Third World state

From WILSON TAY TZE VERN of Lembah Beringin, Selangor.


Lack of uniform syariah laws causes child custody tussle

From the Malay Press.

AseanPlus News

Tricyclist reminds people of invasion

A 60-YEAR-OLD tricyclist, who has been on the road since 2000 to remind the Chinese people of the atrocities Japanese invaders committed in China, arrived in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province on Tuesday.


Southern Bank launches chip-credit card

SOUTHERN Bank Bhd (SBB) has launched a new chip-based credit card based on the Euro MasterCard Visa (EMV) platform, a platform that all chip-based cards worldwide are expected to migrate to by 2006 as it allows for multiple applications to be loaded and provides an extremely high level of security.


Seeking out Malacca's side-lane stalls

Mention Malaccan food, and Nyonya and Portuguese come to mind. Some of the most delicious food stalls are sited on the most incredible side lanes and five-foot ways. We#8217;ve picked out a few of the best.


Journey into Cambodia

Even today, the aura of grandeur and power still emanates from Cambodia#8217;s enigmatic Khmer past, attracting travellers from near and far to one of the most beautiful monuments ever built #8211; the majestic Angkor temples.

Other Sport

Sarawak, Johor FC and Sabah forced to cancel playing tours

The coming Chinese New Year and school holidays have forced at least three states - Sarawak, Johor FC and Sabah - to cancel their M-League pre-season training-cum-playing tours.


Ex-hostage bonded by love

Noel Fong Yin Ken, who was an Abu Sayyaf hostage for 119 days, will add a new chapter in his life. He will be marrying Japanese Yumiko Kitaura here today.


The journey of lifelong learning

When you are teaching a group of learners who have to travel far and wide just so they can attend their Saturday lectures for the next three to four years, your motivation level, as an educator, must be twice as high as theirs, writes AIRIL HAIMI MOHD ADNAN of Universiti Teknologi Mara, Perak.


It’s confirmed – women make better bosses

SO the truth is out. What has been left unsaid (by the men) is now confirmed: women make the best bosses, like it or not.