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Clough undergoes liver transplant

Brian Clough, one of Britain#8217;s most successful managers, has undergone a life-saving liver transplant, a Monday newspaper report said.

Gerrard says challenge was not violent

Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard has formally denied a charge of violent conduct over his challenge on Everton#8217;s Gary Naysmith in the Merseyside derby on Dec 22.

Graphite gallery

A pencil is more than just a writing instrument to a sculptor who uses the lead as raw material for some of the smallest sculpters around.

Indians at higher risk of heart disease

From the Tamil Press: The I>Malaysia Nanban/Iand I>Tamil Nesan/Ihighlighted the Malaysian Medical Association's caution to Indians that they faced a 15% higher risk of contracting heart disease and high blood pressure.

Scholes' double puts Red Devils in League Cup final

Paul Scholes scored twice as ruthless Manchester United outclassed holders Blackburn Rovers 3-1 at Ewood Park on Wednesday to set up a League Cup final date with Liverpool.

Bukit Larut's back door

Watch out! Machine guns to the right, landmines ahead!#8221; shouted Loh Taik Sze, a member of the Hash House Harriers (HHH) in Taiping. He was leading the eight of us on a climb up Bukit Larut via its #8220;back door#8221;, and we were now #8220;doing battle#8221; in the #8220;war zone#8221; of the primary jungles of this hill.

Cold wave declared a natural disaster in Bihar

B>NEW DELHI:/B>An Indian state government declared the most bitter winter this century a natural disaster yesterday and began distributing blankets and firewood to some two million people, as the death toll due to cold in South Asia topped 2,250.

Monash University holds open day

THOUSANDS of prospective students and their parents turned up at Monash University Malaysia's Open Day recently.

Hell of a translation

THE INFERNO OF DANTE ALIGHIERI - Review by IAN THOMSON

Johor plans large-scale cultivation of forest herbs

The state government has proposed the setting up of plantations for herbs and spices in Johor to avoid depleting supplies of highly valued and rare plants with medicinal value from the forests.