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Rice fit for a king

Two more types of rice are available to cater to the increasingly discerning tastes of Malaysian consumers, MAJORIE CHIEW reports.

Tracing the roots of the Royal family

THE PERLIS royal family has a long history that can be traced back to the Middle East, said local historian Datuk Yazid Mat.

Sarawak turn on the power to bag 11 golds in junior wushu meet

Sarawak exponents proved awesome on the court yesterday, chalking up an 11-gold medal performance to become the overall champions of the 2003 National Junior Wushu Championships at the KLBA Stadium in Cheras Saturday.

Selangor dash Kuala Lumpur's treble dream

Selangor destroyed Kuala Lumpur's dream of a treble in the Malaysian School's (MSSM) netball championship at the Penang International Sports Arena, beating them to the title in the Under-12 category.

Bina Darulaman aims to complete township in 4 years

PUBLIC-LISTED Bina Darulaman Bhd (BDB) aims to fully complete its 890ha Bandar Darulaman satellite township near Alor Star in four years.

Super response to Umno drive for membership

The Umno Youth and Puteri convoy to recruit members has managed to capture the interest of the younger generation, judging from the response they received at every #8220;pit stops#8221; throughout the peninsula.

KL go down to Selangor in takraw final

Kuala Lumpur failed to retain the national schools (MSSM) sepaktakraw championships Under-18 team title, going down 1-2 to Selangor in the final at the State Sports Complex in Kangar on Friday.

Where to get information

Many readers wrote in response to the letter, I>a href=http://thestar.com.my/lifestyle/story.asp?file=/2003/6/8/features/buddhism4sec=features>More information, please/a>/Iby Cheong Yin Peng of Prai Penang (I>Your Say, StarMag/I>, June 8). Here are some responses:

Life after a climb of a lifetime

Proud pioneer of bioinformatics

As a teenager growing up in the small village of Jerlun in Kubang Pasu, Kedah, Dr Lim Hwa Aun, who was acknowledged as #8220;Father of Bioinformatics#8221; by the biotechnology community in 1987, was already planning out his career by taking note of the routes successful people took.