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From cubs to tigers

With its concerted and structured programme, the National Football Development Programme looks like it could be the key to a brighter future for Malaysian football.

Perseverance pays for Srikanth

Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth broke into the top ten rankings last week after his China Open victory.

Driving tigers to extinction in the name of erection?

Gandhi once said: “The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated”.

Tennis Opens opening up

It was a breath of fresh air when the men's final of the US Open tennis tournament last week's was not contested by Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic.

From the outside looking in

Trying to see ourselves the way others see us has its own benefits.

Looking East

In Kuching, pass new acquaintances on the street and they’ll make the effort to call out to you.

The hard facts of stones

Although the lifetime risk of having a renal calculus is around 10%, the risk of a small stone causing health problems during Ramadan is minimal.

All Teachers, Great and Small

Animals often prove to be amongst our finest teachers.

The Malaysian Dream

There is nothing quite like the Thomas Cup for bringing Malaysians together.

Panda-monium at Zoo Negara but what about the tapirs?

WITH the excitement and media buzz surround the arrival of the two Giant Pandas from China, the whole country is in panda-monium. But it's unfortunate to see another black and white endangered animal being put on the sidelines.