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Business

General optimism at 3GSM World Congress in Cannes

IT was not the usual glamour and glitter of the world-famous film festival that the French Riviera resort of Cannes experienced two weeks ago.

Letters

Pak Lah awaits people’s answer

A resounding mandate awaits Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi even as the northern and eastern Malay states promise to bring some surprises, writes JOCELINE TAN.

Nation

Going big on luscious curls and dreadlocks

Big is in, flat is out. This is the prediction of celebrity hairstylist and L'Oreal ambassador Liza Leong for the upcoming KL Fashion Week 2004.

Letters

The ‘power’ in the hands of India’s judiciary

A group of retired civil servants recently filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Supreme Court of India praying that it take over the administration of the country in view of the all-round failure of the politicians.

Other Sport

Formula One fever grips Bahrain ahead of Middle East debut

Formula One fever is sweeping Bahrain as the glamour sport breaks new ground with the first Grand Prix in the Middle East this weekend.

Lifestyle

The making of fashion billboards

Popular models are seen on billboards and advertisements everywhere. Just what goes on behind the making of one such series? MICHELE LIAN goes into a studio behind the scenes to watch the making of KL Fashion Week 2004 billboards.

Lifestyle

Wild child grows up

Rosamund Kwan comes to terms with love, life and people calling her empty-headed.

Lifestyle

Crowded beachfront

Port Dickson fishermen still eke out a living from fisheries but they fear the reclamation of six offshore islands may destroy fishing grounds which already have to vie for space with tourist chalets built atop water.

Education

Having what it takes to show off

MODELLING, it would seem, is to be at the forefront of fashion - to be the face that carries new styles and fashions onto the catwalk, into magazines pages and out to the fashion-conscious public.

Lifestyle

A thousand hills from the window of a daladala

It was in this month in 1994 that two communities clashed inbloody slaughter that resulted in almost one million people being killed. NASTASYA TAY, who worked briefly with a United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda inDecember last year, recounts her journey through a country haunted by death.