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Playing catch up below the line

LEO Burnett Advertising Sdn Bhd is one of the country#8217;s creative powerhouses and it services some of the biggest Malaysian corporations, including Petronas, Tenaga Nasional, Malaysia Airlines and Bumiputra-Commerce Bank. So one would think the agency hardly has anything to feel inadequate about.

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Leaving it in the hands of God

B>D/B>OWNSTAIRS in the student union at Al Mustansiriya University, Baghdad, the music blared as young men and women jammed around tables sipping sodas meant to resemble 7-Up and munching potato chips sold out of popcorn machines.


Scepticism and mistrust about clinical trials

Clinical trials are essential to medical progress #8211; they#8217;re the only way of testing whether new drugs, surgical techniques or experimental devices actually work. But researchers are finding it increasingly difficult to find volunteers. A new study illuminates part of the problem.


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New Ireland manager Kerr may offer Keane an olive branch

Newly-appointed Republic of Ireland manager Brian Kerr appeared to offer exiled former captain Roy Keane a way back into the team yesterday.


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Opt for local insurers, doctors told

Doctors here have paid more than RM62mil in indemnity coverage to a British-based insurer, the Medical Protection Society (MPS), over the last 17 years. Medical Defence Malaysia (MDM) Bhd warned that the huge outflow of funds would continue if doctors did not opt for local insurers.

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Sports Ministry replace Rakan Sukan with Taja Gemilang programme

The Rakan Sukan programme, which was introduced in 1994 to prepare athletes for the 1998 Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games, will be replaced by Taja Gemilang (excellent sponsorship).


Chinese roots

The Temuan orang asli are different from other indigenous peoples in Malaysia. They celebrate Chinese New Year and observe some Chinese traditions, writes VANITHA NADARAJ.


Hair gone bad

YOU haven#8217;t read it yet? It#8217;s brilliant. It#8217;s absolutely brilliant. You should get it,#8221; said British writer Peter Milligan with a wry expression on his face. And that was how I>Hewligan#8217;s Haircut/Icame the author himself, recounts RiZAL JOHAN.