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Baba Nyonya community lauded

The Baba Nyonya community has contributed towards moderation in Malaysian politics, said state Tourism Minister Datuk Abang Johari Tun Openg.

Nation

NAM must hold fast to multilaterism, says Abdullah

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) must continue to make itself the indispensable forum for developing countries because no superpower can ever represent or voice the hopes of the developing world, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Business

Can IPI hold out against slowing exports?

THE latest Industrial Production Index (IPI) figures reveal moderation or even a probable slowdown in the country's economic growth.

Letters

The past catches up with Hadi

DATUK Seri Hadi Awang attracts attention wherever he goes, partly because he is one of the most recognised faces in Malaysian politics and partly due to his trademark jubah-and-turban outfit. But the last few weeks have seen the acting PAS president making the headlines in ways that he would surely not prefer.

Health

Keeping weight off

Shedding those extra kilos is a struggle, bit even more diffcult is keeping them off. Now, researches are learning what it takes to maintain long-term weight loss, writes CARIN GORRELL.

Health

For adults only

In the quest to keep them healthy, many adults are mistakenly putting young children on low fat and sugar diets, which are more suited to adults, and could cause problems, writes REKHA NAIDU

Lifestyle

A people's man

Being a politician, the Tunku also had many enemies and some of them happened to be his close associates. It is just human nature that no matter how good, kind or generous one is, one is not free from Brutus.

Nation

The golden years

Exactly one hundred years ago today,a prince was born, whose destiny was to preside over the birth of a new nation. The prince who would become,in his own words,the happiest Prime Minister in the world, nurtured this fledgling multi-ethnic nation through the most difficult early years.

Lifestyle

The golden years

Exactly one hundred years ago today,a prince was born, whose destiny was to preside over the birth of a new nation. The prince who would become,in his own words,the happiest Prime Minister in the world, nurtured this fledgling multi-ethnic nation through the most difficult early years.

Letters

Will there be war in the Gulf?

By Johan Fernandez