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Creative turn for kids in car

IN Singapore, primary school pupils are brainstorming solutions to day-to-day problems in a baby Mercedes-Benz parked in a simulated garage, all part of a novel scheme aimed at trggering innovation among Singpore's young.


Showcasing the best in education

SINCE its inception three years ago, the World Education Market (WEM) has earned a reputation for being I>the/Iannual event for those involved in the business of education, training and lifelong learning.


MIC Youth brigade to help community

MIC Youth has formed a youth brigade to function as the party's eyes and ears and to resolve the problems of the Indian community.

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India condemns arrests of IT staff in Netherlands

B>NEW DELHI:/BIndia has condemned the arrests of information technology professionals in the Netherlands, calling it a violation of World Trade Organisation norms, an official said.

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Rise in sales of herbal medicine

B>SINGAPORE:/BFear and confusion over the killer virus which has left more than 60 people dead and 1,700 infected worldwide are boosting sales of traditional medicine and vitamins in East Asia.


Projects pay off at Apiit

AT THE Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (Apiit), research is a priority #8211; a priority that has paid off handsomely in terms of grants and awards.


To school, to school

It's off to school for some 5.8 million boys and girls, many for the first time, as the new school year opens in Afghanistan.


World-class get together

Growth in the education sector, particularly higher education, has been immense over the last decade or so. Whether in terms of investment, content, delivery or reach, today's education industry has pushed every boundary possible.


Over RM15m awarded to outstanding athletes

More than RM15mil has been awarded to outstanding national athletes under the National Sports Council#8217;s Incentives Scheme introduced by the Youth and Sports Ministry in 1986.


Giving English due prominence

THE first Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) I>National Colloquium on the Role of English Language in Nation-Building/Iwas a success in that it brought together a good cross-section of people, all intent on coming up with workable solutions.