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Alive and well in Taman Negara

When a research team led by a tenacious Japanese scientist went into uncharted terrain in Taman Negara for the first ecological study of tigers in Malaysia, little did they know that they would be in for a gruelling expedition that stretched them to the limits - physically and mentally. Many adventures and almost three years later, they emerged from the woods bearing good news: our national park is a relatively safe haven for the endangered tiger.


From jungles to circuits

They were men and women with drive, with an appetite for challenges and competition. From Germany, they came. From the Netherlands, from Austria, Hungary and Switzerland. They came and discovered Malaysia. #8220;They#8221; were the participants of the Dunlop Drivers Cup 2003.

AseanPlus News

Support for US makes S'pore a terror target

B>SINGAPORE:/BThis republic will remain steadfast in its support for the United States even if this has made the city-state a top target for terror groups, the defence chief said in remarks published Saturday.


Miri's new gardens

MICHAEL D#8217;OLIVEIRO visits Lennon#8217;s Memorial, a site that confounds all divers with its beauty.


For concrete jungles

Most people are, by now, familiar with 4WD or 4x4 vehicles. But what about 4x2? #8220;What#8217;s that? LOUIS CHEANG explains.


Local chipmakers look to growth once more

AFTER a disappointing performance last year, the domestic semiconductor industry is betting on a strong recovery by year#039;s end in the light of a rebounding tech-dominated Nasdaq market in the United States.

Other Sport

KAM fumes over Sukma exclusion

The Kabaddi Association of Malaysia (KAM) are disappointed over the exclusion of the sport from the Malaysia Games (Sukma) to be hosted by Negri Sembilan next year as it has dealt a serious blow to their development programmes.


Quantaflex to tap local market

Electroluminescene (EL) lighting manufacturer Quantaflex SEA Sdn Bhd may have felt the rippling effects of the global electronics industry slowdown but it has rebounded by changing its focus to the local market instead and targeting potentially lucrative market segments it previously had no opportunity to address.


MPI posts 9-month profit of RM30mil

MALAYSIAN Pacific Industries Bhd (MPI) posted a pre-tax profit of RM29.7mil for the nine months ended March 31, 2003, compared with a loss of RM30.9mil in the corresponding period last year.



Kathy Fong writes on Globetronics, TNB, MISC-F, Resorts World and Malakoff.