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Reign of bad weather

Record heat in Europe, severe floods in Asia and an unprecedented number of tornados in the United States - 2003 will certainly go down in history as the year of extreme weather calamities.

Act does not allow buying back of shares, says Maika

From the Tamil Press: Maika Holdings has clarified that it did not buy back 6,250 shares from a shareholder, P. Ravichandran, but only made arrangements for another party to buy them.

No firearms for Rela men with hot temper

Rela members who are quick-tempered and cannot take the pressure of their work will not be allowed to hold or use firearms when the Home Ministry reviews its selection procedures.

Brothers’ family unhappy about handling of case

Family members of the two brothers who were shot in Kuala Terla, Cameron Highlands, have expressed their dissatisfaction over the way the police are handling the case.

Rela man remanded

Police have obtained a remand order to detain a Rela member who allegedly shot and killed a contractor and injured the latter's brother in Kuala Terla in Cameron Highlands on Friday.

Man dies, brother hurt in shooting incident

Police have detained a Rela member for allegedly using a shotgun to kill a contractor and injure the latter's brother in Kuala Terla in Cameron Highlands Friday.

Genting Highlands a major tourist revenue earner

A GUST of cool mountain breeze: that was how one of Malaysia's largest companies got started. Genting Bhd founder Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong said the cool crisp air in Cameron Highlands where he was working on the hydro-electric dam project there in 1964 convinced him 'to develop a retirement retreat where I could spend my old age.'

Check on dangerous slopes

The slope monitoring unit under the Works Ministry has been given a month to identify dangerous slopes along highways and other roads nationwide, said Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu.

The endangered ones

MALAYSIA#8217;s avifauna is not in good shape. Forty species are globally threatened. This places Malaysia on the 10th spot on the list of Asian countries with the most number of bird species at risk of extinction.

X'mas with a difference for Danish envoy

Christmas is around the corner and Danish Ambassador Lasse Reimann,who has enjoyed the past six Yuletides here, will be greatly missed this time, writes PAUL GABRIEL.