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System to ensure quality of bottled mineral water

The Government is planning to impose quality assurance system to ensure the quality of bottled mineral water in the country, said Health Minister Datuk Chua Jui Meng.

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Rise in sales of herbal medicine

B>SINGAPORE:/BFear and confusion over the killer virus which has left more than 60 people dead and 1,700 infected worldwide are boosting sales of traditional medicine and vitamins in East Asia.


Election Commission bans tents by political parties to check voter status

A regular feature of past elections, the I>pondok panas,/Ior stands put up by political parties near polling centres to enable voters to check their status and for last-minute canvassing on polling day, has been banned.

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Group to do survey on extent of mental illness

A LARGE-SCALE sample survey was launched in Beijing on Tuesday to investigate cases of depressive psychosis. The special household survey is the first of its kind ever conducted in the capital and will last a month and a half.


Ceiling prices of billets, steel bars up by RM90

The government announced a RM90 per metric tonne increase in ceiling prices for billets and mild round steel bars effective from today.


Public must be given proper health warnings



We need 200,000 engineers, says NEAC adviser

Malaysia needs more than 200,000 engineers by 2010 to develop the country in various engineering fields. However, at the start of the new millennium there were only about 64,000 engineers, said National Economic Action Council special adviser Datuk Rahmah Abu Kassim.


Keep diseases at bay with good hygiene

Like everyone else, a certain reporter was worried about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome when she became unwell.


Well-rounded students from cross-disciplines

THE Education Ministry has been pushing for a 60:40 science to arts student ratio by 2008 for the last decade. The reason for this is the fear that the country will be #8220;in trouble#8221; if students continue to opt for arts courses.