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GCC makes quality products

INDONESIA and the Philippines are well known for their excellent housemaids. Not to be outdone, Malaysia has its Goodmaid. Of course, in this case it#146;s the fully Malaysian-owned Goodmaid Chemicals Corp Sdn Bhd (GCC) that produces its line of consumer goods, including the popular I>Goodmaid/Ihousehold cleaning products.


The horror of Sept 11 revisited



It's actually 'redistricting'

FADZILAH AMIN answers your queries about the English language.

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Tough for cagers to reach top eight target

Malaysia have qualified for the Asian Basketball Championship on merit for the first time but they still face a hard time keeping up with the rest of the field in the 22nd edition of the men's tournament, which begins in Haerbin, China, tomorrow.


Ex-Nato chief: US has plans to attack countries

THE United States has devised a five-year plan to attack seven Islamic countries following the Sept 11 terrorist attack in America, I>Utusan Malaysia/Ireported yesterday.


Going hungry for charity

What does it feel like to go without food? The 30-Hour Famine offers a taste of this and gives participants a chance to raise funds to help poor children worldwide, reports CATHERINE SIOW.

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Nepalese players missing, N. Koreans in road mishap

South Korean police are searching for three Nepalese footballers who deserted their team after an Asian Cup qualifying match in Seoul, football authorities said Sunday.

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High expectations for Bahrain team

Bahrain are well-prepared to grab a berth in the Asian Cup Finals from Group F.

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Iraqis seek a win to enliven countrymen

The match between Iraq and Bahrain today will provide a clearer picture of the battle to top Group F of the pre-Asian Cup tournament.

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Deaths heighten tension

Tension in the Middle East was further heightened yesterday after an Israeli soldier and a Lebanese child were killed in firing across their border.