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Hafiz called mum to seek blessings before the final

Newly-crowned All-England champion Mohd Hafiz Hashim called his mother to seek her blessings and prayers before playing in the finals on Sunday.

AseanPlus News

Jobs, not war, the main concern

WAR clouds may be gathering over Iraq, but in Singapore most people's main concern is keeping afloat during these tough economic times.

Nation

Month-long gala for coronation

Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo yesterday directed all buildings and business premises in the state to fly the state flag for a month from March 6 to mark the coronation and installation of His Royal Highness Sharafuddin Idris Shah as the ninth Sultan of Selangor Darul Ehsan on March 8.

Nation

Old age not keeping Cheng away from acting for charity

Spending her twilight years in an old folks home has not turned Cheng Kuan Chin into a pessimist.

AseanPlus News

2,000-year-old bridge discovered

A WOODEN bridge dating back 2000 years has been discovered in a cultural relic site in Sichuan province.

Education

Assunta's gift of the gab

SILENCE fills the hall. A roomful of eyes Speaking in front of a large crowd makes most people nervous. For 16-year-old Anisha Pradhan, the challenge was not only to speak but also to think on her feet during the impromptu speech competition.

Nation

Hafiz does the nation proud

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Nation

Blind student sees through reality to score 8As in SPM

When Yeoh Kok Soon turned blind six years ago, his whole world collapsed.

Nation

PM: Other currencies can be benchmarks in international trade

The international community should be encouraged to use other currencies or even gold as the benchmark in international trade because the domination of the US dollar in global transactions is distorting the world#8217;s economy, Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.

Education

Networking with Australia

AFTER emerging as the country's largest education group early last year, SEG International Bhd set its sights on consolidating its collaborations with various partner universities for a bigger slice of the education market. Gavin Gomez reports.