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Joy of learning English Literature

FROM GAN CHEE KUAN , Ipoh

Surf and turf to tempt taste buds

THINKING of a little surf and turf and a whole lot more for a weekend seafood-and-grill buffet dinner?

Malaysian doctor's memorable moments while caring for his patients

Looking back on his 40 years of practising as a physician, the writer has found caring for his patients an emotional roller-coaster.

Reactions to the U.S. victory in the women's World Cup final

LYON, France (Reuters) - Following are reactions to the United States beating the Netherlands 2-0 to win their fourth women's World Cup in Sunday's final:

Record goalscorer Lampard returns to Chelsea as manager

(Reuters) - Chelsea appointed Frank Lampard as their manager on Thursday, as owner Roman Abramovich turned to a fan favourite rather than an experienced hand to replace Maurizio Sarri and lead the club into a new era.

Factbox: How each U.S. Democratic candidate performed in the party's first debates

(Reuters) - Four hours and 20 candidates later, Democrats completed their first round of presidential primary debates on Thursday.

Board members ready for technology disruptions?

Modern boards of companies are coming under a lot more pressure as they need to navigate through technology disruptions, cyber threats, social media and growing investor activism.

Light installations and music shows at fest

KUCHING: A new event featuring light installations and musical performances will be held next month ahead of the Rainforest World Music Festival on July 12 to 14.Rainforest in the City will take place at the Kuching Amphitheatre here from July 2 to 11.

Life is tough, but we are tougher

Our columnist shares his parting words of advice to students. There is no magic wand to grant success, he says. To do well, you need discipline, positivity and a good heart.

Patriot praises IGP for saying SB won't be tool to silence dissent

PETALING JAYA: The National Patriots Association (Patriot) has praised the Inspector General of Police Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador for saying that “the Special Branch will not be used as a tool by the government to silence dissidents as was done in the previous administration”.