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Prey for a movie

ELIZABETH TAI reviews Michael Crichton's I>Prey/I>

Treat helpers with respect, employers told

The Government has called on Malaysian employers not to practise a master-slave relationship with their domestic helpers, which has led to cases of maid abuse.

Mesmerised by former mistress

A letter from Heartache.

Big shoes to fill

Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah believes family name is important, and youngest sister, Tengku Puteri Nor Zehan, is upholding this through her charity work. She writes on the Sultan#8217;s support as a big brother and ruler.

Kok Leong questions decision to drop Cindy from national squad

The father of swimmer Cindy Ong has taken the Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia (Asum) to task for dropping her daughter from the national team.

Book gift promo extended

I#8217;M glad to say that the book gift promotion held in conjunction with I>MOE/I>#8217;s Campaign For Better English has been a resounding success. The response was so great that my Kuala Lumpur outlet exhausted its stocks. Thus, I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to all those who were unable to redeem their coupons then and announce that the situation has been happily rectified.

Local jokers

Brains behind brand

B>A/B>T FIRST glance, Aliza Jabès comes across as a stunningly beautiful woman who seems content to stay at home and be beautiful. But don#146;t let that fool you. Once she begins talking about her passions #150; her company, Laboratoire NUXE, and her two young sons #150; the 39-year-old Frenchwoman is indeed a financial whiz of sorts. Seated elegantly in her office at Rue Pierre Charron in central Paris, Jabès can smile brightly now that NUXE is doing well in the highly competitive cosmetics market.

It's make-or-break for MPPJ

It is a make-or-break weekend for Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) in the MHF-Milo-NSC-Admiral Junior Hockey League. The former 2001 overall runner-up face Tenaga Nasional and Malaysia Sports School on successive days. Victories against these two teams will put them in line for a top two finish.

Manglish needs non-verbal cues

I HAPPENED to read Dr Lim Chin Lam#8217;s comments (Jan 27) and I think it is necessary to straighten out some points here before Malaysians get too carried away with their nationalistic Manglish.