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Masrina’s root design bags batik trophy

Inaugural winner of the Piala Seri Endon batik fashion design competition Masrina Abdullah studied real tree roots to produce her winning design.


Identifying through gait

A forensic expert told the High Court that his observation of Canny Ong's mother, her appearance, gait and the way she held her handbag helped him to identify her in an unclear photograph.


Beijing-Shanghai railway drops plans for maglev

PLANS for a magnetic levitation railway between Beijing and Shanghai were shelved recently.


Learn, live and play in Singapore

It was indeed an eye-opening experience for a group of Malaysian teachers invited by the Singapore Tourism Board for a familiarisation tour of the island's top- notch educational services and facilities.


Tooth-in-eye implant to help blind teenager see

DOCTORS here will implant part of a tooth into one of the eyes of a blind Thai teenager to help him see.


Age is no barrier

B>PERTH, Western Australia/B>: After working in Australia#8217;s biggest telecommunications corporation, Rodger Greville decided to have a career change. The former Telstra supervising technician, who was in charge of a group of 28 technical specialists in Perth, looked around and was attracted by an advertisement in a local newspaper about courses at the Australian Institute for Golf Management.


Indian woman, 63, delivers healthy test tube baby

A 63-year-old Indian woman yesterday delivered a heal-thy test tube baby at a fertility clinic in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu after remaining childless for 47 years of marriage, a doctor said.


Walking craze gathers pace across Japan

The flailing arms, high kicks, twists and crouches may look eccentric but the walking style of exercise guru Duke Saraye is sweeping Japan with its unique mix of yoga, ballet, aerobics and other Oriental and Western ideas.


Testing wife’s fidelity through DNA

A WIFE bursts into tears while her guilty husband apologises, or a husband reacts in rage because of his wife's infidelity - this is usually the scene outside paternity testing centres in China, which appears to have more suspicious husbands than ever before.


A step closer to London

The race towards finding Malaysia's best speaker has begun as judges weeded out participants in the preliminary rounds of the English-Speaking Union of Malaysia's (Esum) I>Public Speaking Competition 2004 /I>held last week at KDU College in Petaling Jaya.