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More companies integrating philanthropy - Clinton

NEW YORK(Reuters) - More companies are making philanthropic investments part of their core strategies and realizing it is good for business, former U.S. President Bill Clinton and other business leaders said on Wednesday.

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Ambassadors of Sarawak

STEFANIE Natasha Rich Joseph, an undergraduate of Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) in Perak, finds that many people in Peninsular Malaysia do not know much about the way of life in Sarawak.

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Ambassadors of Sarawak

STEFANIE Natasha Rich Joseph, an undergraduate of Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) in Perak, finds that many people in peninsular Malaysia do not know much about the way of life in Sarawak.

Community

Compromise on sale of alcoholic drinks in Shah Alam

THE issue over the sale of alcoholic drinks in Shah Alam has put it in the limelight in 2009.

World

Medvedev says Russia cannot ignore need to reform

MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday hit out at Russia's business culture which he said was riddled with corruption and depended excessively on exporting the country's immense natural resources.

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Medvedev says Russia cannot ignore need to reform

MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday hit out at Russia's business culture which he said was riddled with corruption and depended excessively on exporting the country's immense natural resources.

World

China sweeping secrets laws leave Rio few options

BEIJING (Reuters) - The options for Australian miner Rio Tinto, or indeed anyone, to help four employees detained in a Chinese state secrets investigation are limited, lawyers say, as laws leave great latitude to investigators and prosecutors.

Nation

Floral Parade fills Putrajaya with life

Putrajaya stirred awake early Saturday to a fusion of colours and the sweet fragrance of flowers. The government administrative centre, which is usually quiet on weekends, saw about 50,000 people turning up to watch the Floral Parade along Persiaran Perdana.

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50,000 throng floral parade in Putrajaya

Putrajaya stirred awake early Saturday, to a fusion of colours and the sweet fragrance of flowers. The government administrative centre, which is usually quiet on weekends, saw about 50,000 people turning up to watch the Floral Parade along Persiaran Perdana.