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Inzaman: I’m depressed after ‘spineless’ remark

Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has admitted feeling depressed after former captain Imran Khan described his leadership as 'spineless'.


Symbol of freedom

Photos of the construction of New York's imposing Statue of Liberty, presented as a symbol of French-US friendship in 1886, went on public display for the first time in Paris.


Bernama man gets RM50,000 interim payment for ‘wheel accident’

The Court of Appeal has awarded RM50,000 as an interim payment to a journalist who was struck by the falling safety wheel of a monorail train two years ago.

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Brazil drawn with Greece in Confederations Cup

World champions Brazil will face European champions Greece in the group stage of the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup while hosts Germany meet Argentina.

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A lifeline for Pakistan

Leg-spinner Danish Kaneria extinguished a fine Sri Lankan fightback with three late wickets off 26 deliveries on day four of the second Test here yesterday to set Pakistan up for a likely series saving victory.

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Sinclair and Franklin boost New Zealand’s hopes

James Franklin bagged a hat-trick and Mathew Sinclair slammed a solid unbeaten half-century to boost New Zealand's hopes of gaining a lead over Bangladesh in the opening Test here yesterday.


Thieves hit Penang Hill railway

The Penang Hill railway, which has been closed to the public for repairs since Dec 8, has been struck twice by petty thieves who stole 2,000m of copper wires along the tracks within two weeks.

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Two Koreas agree on cross-border deal

South and North Korean officials announced Saturday that they had reached an agreement to open cross-border roads and make test runs on two railways across their heavily fortified frontier in coming months.


JB disco resolves noise woes

Public pressure met with responsible action by a disco operator has resolved the noise woes faced by residents near the outlet in Johor Baru.

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Brake malfunction forces subway evacuation

About 200 passengers were evacuated from a trial run of the city's first mass transit subway system due to a brake malfunction blamed on human error, a Thai transportation spokesman said yesterday.---------------------------------------------