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Coming of age of Ayurveda

THE ancient Indian healing system of Ayurveda originated in India more than 6,000 years ago, yet only in recent years has it started to make impressive strides in Malaysia. Its late entry into Malaysia is surprising, given the relatively large Indian population in the country.


Philips is a major player in healthcare sector

IT'S not generally known in Malaysia, but Philips is a major player in the fast-growing medical equipment industry.

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Argentine duo play pivotal role in MPPJ’s great run in M’sia Cup

Two buddies from a small village called San Francisco in Cordoba, Argentina, are hitting it big in Malaysia.

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Shuttler Chong Wei gets to skip qualifying rounds in Denmark

Malaysian youngster Lee Chong Wei has been given a place in the main draw of the Danish Open badminton championships, which begin in Aarhus today.


Motorola to spin off struggling chip business

Motorola Inc is to spin ff its semiconductor unit into a separate firm as it focuses more closely on its battle with Nokia in the mobile phone market. The move by the world's No. 2 mobile phone maker, announced late on Monday, was not a surprise but came sooner than expected.


Dr M: Perwaja failed due to poor management

PERWAJA Steel Sdn Bhd failed because the people who ran it did not fully understand the steel-making process and technology involved, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


PM calls for focus on human capital

Malaysia should build on its #8220;human capital#8221; to nurture and produce leaders who can be compared against the best in the world, said Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


ECM Libra-SPI deal highlights three talented people

THE latest takeover deal involving ECM Libra, a small investment banking outfit, and South Peninsular Industries Bhd (SPI) highlights the strength of the three partners that control ECM Libra.

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Amri aims to break into national team

Selangor's exciting attacking midfielder Mohamed Amri Yahyah, who broke his leg in a road accident when he was with the national team preparing for the Asean Football Federation's (AFF) Tiger Cup last year, is back in Allan Harris' plans for the Vietnam SEA Games.

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Sunderland sinking deeper into the red

English First Division Sunderland Plc said yesterday that their relegation from the Premier League had cost them dearly as they sank even deeper into the red.