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Still in two minds

Is it or is it not bad for you? COLIN KHOO revisits the monosodium glutamate debate.


Making Malaysia proud

Show jumping is a relatively low key sport for Malaysians compared to football or badminton. Today, it is basking in the limelight as 24-year old Syed Omar Syed Abu Bakar Almohdzar has become South-East Asia#8217;s highest ranking professional showjumper. Tomorrow, he participates in the KL Grand Prix International Horse Show. KEE HUA CHEE has a chat with him.


View treatment in perspective

ABU MARYAM of Penang writes on stem cell transplantation which holds enormous theoretical promise in salvaging many organs from end-stage diseases.


Modifiying hypertension

Hypertension or high blood pressure is a major risk factor in cardiovascular disease (CVD) and a common cause of morbidity and mortality in the general population. The primary goal of treatment is to lower the blood pressure to the recommended levels by whatever means possible.


History, according to Chin Peng

The legendary Chin Peng, the British Empire's most wanted man during Malaya's undeclared war with the communists, finally breaks his silence by publishing his long-awaited memoirs. CHEAH BOON KHENG turns the pages and discovers a mine of information and revelations about this intriguing man, comrades and their cause.


Wide range of goodies welcomed

The private higher education industry is optimistic that enrolment figures will increase as a result of the proposals in Budget 2004 for a better financial assistance scheme for those who wish to pursue higher education.


Budget reinforces stimulus

THE 2004 Budget is a timely move designed to halt a faltering economy after the stimulus package announced in May. The budget has certainly added more strength to those initiatives.

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Guidelines for Muslims

GUIDELINES on how Muslim Singaporeans can lead their lives as moderate followers of Islam have been proposed by Pergas, the Singapore Islamic Scholars and Religious Teachers Association.


Education gets lion’s share

EDUCATION once again received the largest share of the Budget pie, with a total allocation of RM23.9bil.


Budget 2004: More government assets likely to be divested

More government assets could be unlocked via new listings on the KL Stock Exchange and reduction of some of its large holdings in companies such as Tenaga Nasional Bhd and Telekom Malaysia Bhd as well as banks.