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PM: Have balance in conserving natural heritage

Malaysians must preserve their sense of balance in conserving the country's natural heritage.


Stable China to benefit Asean in the long run, says Koh

A STRONG and stable China with a booming economy would eventually benefit the 'Little Tiger' economies of Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines in the long run, but in the short run or over the next few years, China looms more as a competitor than a benefactor, said Penang chief minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.---------------------------------------------


Sharing mum's fears

CHARLES-IN-CHARGE speaks on bringing up children.


In the land of kimchi

Airline companies are back with aggressive promotions now that the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)is receding. SIMON KHOO went on a media trip to South Korea and was fascinated by the history, culture and scenery.

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Siti Shahidah and Asrenny set new records in Pahang Open

Throwers Siti Shahidah Abdullah and Asrenny Asik emerged as the only two athletes to set meet records in the 37th of Pahang Open Athletics Championships, which ended at the Darulmakmur Stadium in Kuantan Sunday.

Other Sport

Energetic Indra Putra keen to up the stakes in career

THE Malaysian team call themselves the Tigers. And for them, the roar should come loudest from handyman Indra Putra Mahayuddin.

AseanPlus News

Sri Lanka's Tamil refugees returning from India in small batches

Sri Lankan Tamil refugees who fled to neighboring India to escape a brutal civil war are returning to the island on their own in small batches, a news report said Monday.


National service good for children, parents told

Children are pampered by parents nowadays and the national service is a good opportunity to train them to be more independent and responsible, MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said.


Courting the East

Top European soccer clubs are making inroads into the populous and prosperous Asian markets by signing up key players from this region and sending their #8216;galacticos#8217; teams for Far East tours, reports SHAUN ORANGE.


Deadly curves

Road curves and #8216;S#8217; bends are places to avoid as they are prone to hauntings, claims Dr ONG HEAN-TATT.