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Abdullah: Fight bigotry

Malaysians must ensure that moderation prevails over bigotry and dogma, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.


National identity in architecture

In conjunction with National Day, Dr Mohammad Tajuddin Mohamad Rasdi looks at some prominent local buildings and ponders the question of architecture and national identity.


Pak Lah: Voices of reason can prevail

Speech by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi at the closing of the World Peace Conference yesterday.


What’s safe in breastfeeding?

YOUR baby. She'll have your smile, his eyes and, ideally, your breast milk. But what should you do to make sure the milk you produce is the best it can be? Well, here's the good news: If you've been conscientious about everything you consumed while pregnant, now you can relax a little.


Toxins in our midst

There is a growing concern all over the world that modern development has resulted in many chemicals and pollutants that are adversely affecting health and increasing the incidence of cancer. SEE YEE AI looks at the available evidence and wonders: Can you really avoid environmental chemicals in our world and would it really matter?


June data bode well for banking stocks

STRONG loans growth, coupled with lower non-performing loans, in June could be a strong indicator that things are looking up for the banking sector.


Eating for two

PREGNANCY is an exciting time for a woman. As a new life takes form within her, it is important that the mother provides her baby with all the essential nutrients it needs.


School the best place to bring races together, says PM

The school is the best place to start national integration and racial harmony, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.


Abdullah: We'll not tolerate extremism

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi allayed fears that the rise in terrorist activities in the region will affect Malaysia#8217;s political stability, and gave an assurance that he will not tolerate any form of extremism.


Still at work

The expert who started the free-radical theory of ageing is still conducting research, though he retired 17 years ago, reports ERIC OLSON.