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Hunt on for tigers that prey on cattle

Residents of Kampung Kubang Ikan, Cherating, are used to the presence of tigers in the areas surrounding the village, but they now want the authorities to do something about the big cats.

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Sri Lankan navy and Tamil Tigers clash at sea

B>COLOMBO:/BThe Sri Lankan navy and a Tamil Tiger rebel ship suspected of smuggling arms exchanged fire off the island's northeast coast yesterday and the rebel vessel was on fire and sinking, the navy said.


It’s now or never

WITH the ongoing debate about the unqualified teachers who spew out grammatical, pronunciation and enunciation errors while teaching young and impressionable minds Science and Maths, I cannot help but empathise with the Government on its ongoing efforts to redress the mistakes that were committed when English was thrown into the back seat in Malaysian education more than 20 years ago.


Save our Ulu Muda forests

Writes b>GREEN HILL of Subang Jaya./b>


American view endangers peace

b>By Wong Chun Wai/b>


Sri Lanka shows way to counter terrorism

THE Sri Lankan government, led by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, exemplifies how a nation managed to counter terrorism holistically instead of resorting to military aggression.

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Tiger’s eyes on Ernie

Forget Phil Mickelson. Tiger Woods has bigger mountain to climb - South Africa's Ernie Els.

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Women rebels agree to remove belts

B>COLOMBO:/BScandinavian truce monitors announced yesterday that the Tamil Tiger rebels had agreed to order their women combatants to remove leather belts which had raised the ire of Sri Lankan soldiers.


Keep an eye on Asia stocks

Whatever happened to Asia? Last time I looked, 3.5 billion people lived there -- three times as many as in North America and Europe combined. Asia is the fastest-growing part of the world and already accounts for one-quarter of all global economic output. Yet Asia gets almost no respect from US investors.

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Rain puts a damper on Tiger's anticipated return

World number one Tiger Woods was one-under-par for his opening nine holes of 2003 when bad weather ended play for the day at the US$4.5 million Buick Invitational on Thursday.