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MCA’s theme: Unite for dignity

SINCE the MCA leadership crisis broke out, the second largest component party in the Barisan Nasional has found its image dented and popularity waning. Its dignity is declining and, as the party turns 54 today, its leaders could not have chosen a theme better than 'Unite for Dignity' for the occasion. Foong Pek Yee has the analysis.

Khir Toyo, brothel-buster

Last week, Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Khir Toyo advised women to blow the whistle on their husbands if they visited prostitutes so that the authorities could raid the brothels. In response, women's groups blasted him for trivialising prostitution and infidelity. But the determined 37-year-old dentist-turned-politician believes that he is acting for the good of the people, in particular the Chinese community. This is what he has to say on the issue, as told to PHILIP GOLINGAI.

Another 205,000 sign on

More than 800 Chinese associations and non-governmental organisations collected over 205,000 signatures from the Chinese community for the People's Alliance for Peace Malaysia campaign.

'Port Klang needs to grow'

From a low 57th position in the world#8217;s container ports league six years ago, Port Klang is currently ranked 11th, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik.

Collective action by many can deter war, says DPM

The world community must persevere and continue speaking in one voice against a war on Iraq even if the first shot is fired, said Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Festive season a boost to TT business

MANY people wonder how restaurant sales were for this Chinese New Year season. A random poll among the major ones indicated that they have seen significant increases in sales.

Better to put off AGM

I>MINGGUAN MALAYSIA/Iaddressed an issue which has become #8220;sensitive#8221; now - the Umno general assembly.

It's us against them

By Mangai Balasegaram

Chinese schools collect 3,300 signatures

Two private Chinese schools have collected 3,300 signatures from their students, teachers and staff for the Peace Malaysia campaign.

Khir: I want to reduce vice activities

The move to reduce the number of entertainment outlets was not aimed at banning the consumption of alcohol in Selangor but to reduce vice activities, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo.