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Play it again

Last stop: Casablanca - a fitting place to celebrate friendships formed over a tough trek. PAUL SI and the Petronas Adventure Team find joy in creature comforts even as thoughts of parting make them sad.

Health Department staff charged with graft

Two Health Department staff were charged at the Sessions Court here with corruption.

New atlas shows fast pace of changing world

From new place names, shrinking seas and terror attacks to soaring Internet usage, the world is changing at a more rapid pace than in previous decades, says I>National Geographic's/Ichief cartographer.

Going in circles

Andrew Ng reviews i>Cloud Atlas/iby David Mitchell.

Feeding the soul at Studio

Think studio, and think tiny apartment, artist's workspace, where films are made ? and a place to eat? HOOI YOU CHING checks out another definition that's a feast for the senses.

Mexican sees red after just 15 seconds

Uruguayan Walter Guglielmone was sent off after only 15 seconds during a Mexican championship match on Thursday night.

Lavish Bollywood concert in HK

A lavish concert that promises all the fun, passion and fantasy of Bollywood movies hits the stage in Hong Kong this week, hoping to cash in on the growing popularity of the Indian film genre.

Down centre needs playthings

Kedah Down Syndrome Association Day Care Centre in Taman Berjaya, Alor Star which was opened in January this year, lacks furniture and playthings for the children aged between two and 14 years. As part of the I>When You Wish Upon The Star/Ifestive wish campaign, the centre wants more outdoor playthings, including a picnic table and musical instruments.

Bank Negara move lauded

Bank account holders and various groups welcomed the news that Bank Negara would introduce new guidelines requiring banking institutions to offer basic services at minimal cost.

Iran threaten to boycott Doha Asiad

Iran are threatening to boycott the 2006 Asian Games if the organisers persist in referring to the 'Arabian Gulf' instead of the 'Persian Gulf', which Tehran insists is the only name for the stretch of water, state television reported yesterday.