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A double blow

Dr Mas of Malacca reflects on the pain felt by people dealing with mental illness.


Planning for a fulfilling time

LINDA LIM provides some pointers on how seniors can use their time in a rewarding way.


Mustapha empowers his team to set goals and reach targets

BY empowering his people to set and achieve targets, MK Land executive chairman Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal has harnessed the commitment and synergy of his people to meet the group's goals.


Azalina: Allow free use of sport complexes once a week

Sport complexes have been urged to give the public free use of their facilities at least once a week in a bid to build a healthy nation. Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Azalina Othman Said, who said sports unites people from all backgrounds, felt that the move would encourage more people to be involved in sports and fitness programmes.


Rules to live by



Much expected of new minister

Barely a day into his new post as Education Minister, Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein was landed with a huge problem to tackle - the murder of 16-year-old Mohamad Faris Ibrahim of SM Agama Datuk Klana Putra Ma'amor in Seremban, allegedly by 14 of his classmates.


Exploring Chekhov

From a difficult childhood and struggling through young adulthood, Russian author Anton Chekhov turned out more like Pollyanna than his wastrel brothers. THOR KAH HOONG takes us on a revealing historical jaunt.


Charity draw ends with proceeds of RM1.5mil

The Malaysian Charity Draw (MCD) came to a close Thursday with RM1.5mil in net proceeds raised and the grand prize of a Porsche Boxster S sports car worth RM500,000 going to ticket number 123874.


Lim grateful to Indian community

GERAKAN president Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik has pledged to launch a RM1mil foundation for the benefit of the less fortunate Indian students in his constituency, according to a I>Tamil Nesan/Ireport.


Cahaya does its bit for charity

Coming from privileged homes did not prevent students of Sekolah Seri Cahaya, a private school in Shah Alam, from helping children in war-torn countries.