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Everest anniversary gives hope of tourism revival in Nepal

As Nepal readies for celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of the conquest of Mount Everest, merchants, hotel owners and others dependent on the country's limping tourism industry are preparing for what they hope will be an influx of tourists.

Letters

France nipping terror in the bud

Terror attacks are continuing to disrupt lives and kill the innocent, with Riyadh being the latest on the hit list. French terrorism and legal experts tell PAUL GABRIEL what they are doing to prevent a catastrophe.

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Sri Lanka's president says she will not allow Tamil rebels to set up interim administration

Sri Lanka's president said she will not allow Tamil Tiger guerrillas to set up an interim administration - a key rebel condition to restart stalled peace talks with the government - without constitutional approval.

Education

Losing out in enrolment

The Indian community fears it may be losing out in enrolment at public universities under the merit-based admission system. GAVIN GOMEZ looks at the worrying trend.

Letters

Tough going at the top

The resignations of Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik as MCA president and Datuk Seri Lim Ah Lek as deputy president are part of acompromise plan to end the two-year-old party split. DR LEE KAM HING takes us through the struggles of past MCA presidencies.

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Kumaratunga slams Japan and Norway

B>COLOMBO:/BSri Lanka President Chandrika Kumaratunga has slammed her embattled nation's peace broker Norway and financial backer Japan for overstepping their brief as they struggled to revive a stalled peace bid.

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Confusion as Nepal PM resigns

B>KATHMANDU:/BNepal's Prime Minister Lokendra Bahadur Chand yesterday resigned from his post, adding to the political confusion in the kingdom and casting a shadow over peace talks with Maoist rebels.

Education

Reading law in the UK

As the United Kingdom's top law schools beckon, UK Malaysian Law Students Union president LIANG SHIH-JERN shares knowledge and insights on the privilege and challenges of reading law in Britain.

Nation

Ong to pursue proposal for maximum tenure for MCA president

MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting has pledged to work towards limiting the party presidency to a maximum of three consecutive terms.

Nation

Suhakam's role 'vital'

The existence of the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) has played an important role in the release of Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees and in contributing towards the struggle to abolish the Act, a human rights group said.