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N. Korean open to nuke dialogue

B>SEOUL: /B>North Korea said yesterday it would accept any form of dialogue with the United States over its suspected nuclear programme should Washington abandon its hostile policy toward the communist state.

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Rush to rescue cultural relics

HUNDREDS of archaeologists from around China, devoted to the protection of cultural relics in the dam area of the Three Gorges, can feel the clock ticking as the water of the Yangtze River, China's longest, is ready to fill the partially-built reservoir.

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Steps to check SARS not totally effective

THE Government's move to curb the spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is a case of too little too late, according to I>Utusan Malaysia. /I>

Education

Give bumi students their due credit

From SHAHRIL SUFIAN HAMDAN of Kuala Lumpur

Education

NUTP to help Iraqi schools

The National Union of the Teaching Profession (NUTP) will make efforts to assist education institutions in Iraq through the Federation of International Teachers' Unions.

Nation

Ong: Beware of loophole in housing Act

Local authorities should look out for unscrupulous developers who circumvent the new Housing Development Act by building homes on commercial land.

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Workers, estates sign historic deal on guaranteed monthly wage

Estate workers signed a historic deal with plantation owners Tuesday, capping a 40-year struggle to receive a guaranteed minimum wage each month.

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N. Korea and US begin nuke talks

US Assistant Secretary of State James Kelly began talks with North Korea Wednesday aimed at resolving a standoff over Pyongyang's suspected nuclear weapons programme, but few expect a breakthrough.

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Tamil school issue still hogs headlines

THE Tamil press continued to report comments from political and community leaders over the controversial statement on Tamil schools made by People#8217;s Progressive Party president Datuk M. Kayveas on March 6.

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Don't meddle, Seoul told

B>SEOUL:/BNorth Korea told South Korea yesterday that it should not meddle in a stand-off over the communist North's suspected nuclear weapons, calling it a dispute between Pyongyang and Washington.