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DiGi: Difficult to get land for transmission sites

PROVIDING additional coverage in the Kuala Lumpur, Cyberjaya and Putrajaya areas is something DiGi.Com Bhd had planned to do this year.

MCMC: All celcos committed to sharing infrastructure

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman Datuk V. Danapalan gives a rare interview to Starbiz assistant news editor B.K. Sidhu on the concerns of the industry players.

Bielsa: Pardo’s the best

Argentina coach Marcelo Bielsa has a vote for the best player in Group B at Copa America: Mexico midfielder Pavel Pardo.

Greece is the word

Over the next few weeks, the eyes of the world will turn to Greece as the modern Olympic Games return to their spiritual home for the first time since 1896. Modern Greece may not have the international reputation of modern powers like Britain and France, but as MARTIN VENGADESAN reveals, it boasts one of the most influential cultures on earth.

Below the red sun

D.J. BATZER talks about the wavelength infrared emitted by the sun.

Professor Gerard Bodeker, the medicine man

Professor Gerard Bodeker was guest speaker at the official launch of Himalaya Herbal Healthcare in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Five players out of Mexico’s next two World Cup qualifiers

Three Mexico players have pulled out of the next two World Cup qualifiers through injury and another two are to be sent home, the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) said on Tuesday.

Upholding the values of traditional medicine

Traditional medicine is in a state of transition in a world that is awakening to the possibilities of its contributions to modern healthcare. writes PAUL YEO.

Pagan rites and hidden secrets

SHARIL DEWA checks out the latest reads on the bookstore shelves. This week's collection include I>Villa of Mysteries/Iby David Hewson and I>Soon/Iby Jerry B. Jenkins.

The only foreigner in town

Today in Yemen, people will be out partying in the streets #8211; celebrating a death. This custom, which began with the passing of a despot in 1962, is only the beginning of the strangeness that is Yemen, discovers K.P. LEE.