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And our nominees are...

We asked the following, 'Who would you like to see representing middle-class 30-something Malaysian women on a show such as Oprah's?'. The answers are in.

Lessons from big business

In I>10 Secrets I Learned from The Apprentice/I>, authors Anthony Parinello and Beth Gottfried examine the reality TV show I>The Apprentice/I>, its contestants and Donald Trump, resulting in unearthing 10 valuable tips about how to succeed in the killer world of big business.

A shot of confidence from Cannes

In terms of world-class movies, even Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia are getting ahead of us. What about Malaysia? ANDREW SIA explores the issues with the makers of Malaikat di Jendela, our entry to the Cannes Film Festival this year.

Forum to discuss laws against terror

A forum on 'Anti-Terrorism Laws and National Security' will be held at the Bar Council auditorium in Jalan Leboh Pasar in Kuala Lumpur at 7.30pm today.

Free Fernandez, NGOs urge Abdullah

Over 90 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have appealed to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to free Tenaganita director Irene Fernandez from prison for 'speaking the truth' in the alleged ill-treatment of migrant workers.

People against torture

Even now torture still takes place in many countries around the world. Amnesty International#8217;s campaign coordinator on torture, Rafael Barca, speaks to ALLAN KOAY about the movement#8217;s latest effort to rally people around the world against torture.

Provide list of those who are barred, state urged

Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) has called on the Sarawak Government to make known to the public, especially to people residing in other states, the full list of those barred from entering the state.

Sarawak: No sneaking in

The Sarawak Immigration Department has warned people who have been blacklisted not to enter the state without approval.

Suaram director ‘invited but barred’

Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) executive director Cynthia Gabriel, who was barred from entering here, was to attend a private function organised by the Borneo Resources Institute.

Decision on SMS divorce draws flak

Women's groups and political movements have expressed disappointment over a recent Syariah Court decision that the pronouncement of divorce via short messaging service (SMS) is legitimate.