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Women#8217;s issues will not go away, even when they lapse from public view. With today being International Women#8217;s Day, TAN LEE KUEN takes a look at what women#8217;s groups have been doing this past year.
Fugitive recovery is not just a fancy phrase for bounty hunting. It is an intriguing industry that requires some cleaning up in Virginia, the United States, reports TIMOTHY DWYER.
After years of oppression, Afghan women are learning how to be glamorous again. LUCY MORGAN EDWARDS meets Kabul#8217;s beauty queens.
King Charles II of England, like his French contemporary King Louis XIV, was a patron of the sciences. In 1675, Charles II broke new ground by appointing an #8220;Astronomical observatory#8221; (a title later changed to Astronomer Royal) to take charge of the newly constructed Greenwich Observatory, east of London.
A good holiday can be so therapeutic, given the punishing pace of today#8217;s hectic lifestyles. Take this one step further and work in an enticing holiday cum health package that promises tourists a refreshing, rejuvenating experience, and we could well turn tourism into one of the country's big revenue earners.