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Couple's suit against Ting thrown out

A businessman and his wife who #8220;tried to jump the gun#8221; by filing a suit against a tycoon to avoid being sued by him over a RM140mil profit guarantee had the suit struck out by the Court of Appeal Monday.


Unlimited funds for one village one industry

The Cabinet has pledged 'unlimited' funds to ensure the success of the 'one village one industry' programme aimed at boosting the economy of rural folk.


For a safe, happy school

What Norazlina Farid, 16, wants to do is simple but not cheap. What we need is a programme that will raise awareness of the need for safety among students, provide self-defence classes and start a School Watch initiative to ensure security in school.


Private hospitals in a bind

Private hospitals are suffering #8220;substantial losses#8221; because insurance firms refuse to pay for certain claims by patients who received medical treatment, said Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia president Datuk Dr Ridzwan Bakar.

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Law passed to preserve historical mausoleum

THE legislature of northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region recently passed legislation to guarantee the protection of the Mausoleum of the king of the Western Xia Dynasty, also known as the #8220;Oriental pyramid.#8221;


Curtailing short cuts to degrees

The Education Ministry is cracking down on institutions that offer students a short-cut route to degree programmes but this may prove a monumental effort.


Children are the real victims

Daily at media briefings in Amman, international relief agencies are expressing growing concern for the welfare of Iraqi children caught in the current war.


WHO lauds efforts to check disease

Malaysia has been commended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for its swift plan of action in checking the occurrence of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).


Life in Baghdad normal, says Malaysian student

It is more frightening to watch images of the US-led coalition forces invasion on television than to live in Baghdad, according to one of three Malaysian students who had refused to leave the Iraqi capital.


The ethics of corporate research grants

Many universities look towards industry for research funding. Detractors say academic intergrity is compromised when negative findings are suppressed, and that a Code of Practice is needed. RORY DALY and JOHN WAKEFORD report.