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Arroyo: Plans to destabilise government will fail

B>MANILA:/BPhilippine officials yesterday reported new plans to destabilise the government in the wake of a failed coup, but President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo said they would fail from lack of support.


Settle dispute by next month, Fong tells NUBE

The Human Resources Ministry is fed up with the feuding factions in the National Union of Bank Employees setting preconditions for their elections and wants them to resolve their dispute by next month.

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Poll: Unhappy workers on the rise in Singapore

B>SINGAPORE:/BSingapore, once a haven of full employment and a utopian economic vision, is increasingly becoming a home for angry and disenchanted workers, an international management consulting firm said Wednesday.


MD recalls the good life in PJ

Catching fighting fish in the streams in rubber plantations where Universiti Garden now stands is a fond memory for Datuk Lim Hock San, who grew up here in the 1960s.


BN expects to win 28 state seats in Terengganu

The state Barisan Nasional expects to win 28 of the 32 state seats and all eight parliamentary seats in Terengganu if the general election is held now.


No bias when promoting the country to investors, says Rafidah

The Government does not discriminate between Barisan Nasional or opposition-held states when promoting the country to investors, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.

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Killer of Aussies sentenced to death

An Indian court yesterday sentenced a right-wing Hindu activist to death for the murder of Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two young sons in 1999 in the eastern state of Orissa.

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Survey: 56% prefer Suharto’s rule

A majority of Indonesians, fed up with what they see as ineffective government, prefer the autocracy of former President Suharto to the democratic rule of current leader Megawati Sukarnoputri, a survey showed.


Seven-hour ordeal for capsized traders

Three friends who crossed the Straits of Malacca from Sumatra with a cargo of bakau wood for sale here ended up swimming in the sea for about seven hours.


It's back 'in the wilderness' for poor Afghanistan

Poor Afghanistan. It is the forgotten cousin once again. Everyone is talking about Iraq, Palestine and Syria at the OIC meeting but hardly a squeak is heard about Afghanistan.