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At one with nature

What makes well-known artist Datuk Ibrahim Hussein's home in Langkawi so special? Try breathing sunsets, frolicking dophins, hornbills on the balcony, and a secluded beach just steps away from the verandah.


How good are your moves?

HERE is the fifth and final puzzle of the chess-solving contest. You are required to tell me what White played in this position. Do not analyse the position beyond this requirement.


Friend of the farmers

As padi crops can tolerate a substantial amount of damage in the early part of the crop cycle, insecticides aren#8217;t really necessary, says Dr Heong Kong Luen, a Malaysian senior entomologist attached to the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) Los Banos, in the Philippines.


Tales from a royal album

Old, faded photographs evoke much nostalgia in us, but they are not merely pictures from the past but recorders of our heritage and history. I>The Star/Iis organising a I>Malaya in Pictures/Icontest for those who have photographs taken on or before Aug 31, 1957. In conjunction with the contest, we will run a series of photoessays kicking off with today's focus on Kedah.

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Don't depend on Isaac alone, says Mat Zan

Malacca Telekom coach Mat Zan Mat Aris wants his players to share the scoring responsibilities and not to depend solely on Ghanaian Isaac Kuffour .

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Perak hope Seator can get his ITC in time for tonight's match

Perak are hoping that the International Transfer Certificate (ITC) for former Liberian international Frank Seator will arrive on time for the striker to make his Premier I debut against Sabah here tonight.

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Tae-kwon down injured but should be fit for third tie

South Korean doubles ace Ha Tae-kwon is down with a leg injury and it has enhanced Malaysia's chances of winning the Transnasional Invitation Badminton Challenge.


Rapes and murders on the increase

An average of four women were raped daily while there were three murders every two days in the country in just the first five months of the year, with Selangor, Johor and Kedah topping the list.


Revisit the past through old photos and win prizes

I>The Star/Iis organising a search for photographs of yesteryears in a contest themed #8220;Malaya in Pictures#8221; to retrieve and record the country#8217;s history and heritage.

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Firdaus on double mission in junior meet

Kedah's Mohd Firdaus Salim will be out to break his own national junior triple jump record in a distance good enough to beat the SEA Games qualifying mark during the national junior athletics championships, which begin today at the National Sports Council (NSC) training track in Bukit Jalil here.