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Veni, vidi, vino

Have you tasted a delicious Italian wine but can't recall the name or where it came from? Well, here is a rundown of the regions and the most famous wines produced in each of them.

At the Movies: 'George A. Romero's Land of the Dead'

The undead have started thinking for themselves, and the living have the benefit of armored vehicles and automatic weapons in fighting them. Other than that, the zombie genre remains alive and well, and (mostly) just the way you like it, with George A. Romero's Land of the Dead.''

Corporations entering brave new world of blogs

When General Motors Corp. wanted to stop speculation this spring that it might eliminate its Pontiac and Buick brands, Vice Chairman Bob Lutz took his case directly to dealers and customers who were up in arms about the possibility. He wrote about it on the company's blog.

A little respect,  please

The recent call from the Government to pay homage to our national anthem has PAUL SI recalling simpler days of yore and pondering the connection between honouring a song and respecting other things in life.

Ticket scam

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Biotech boost set to enrich present array of options

THE latest spur to Malaysia's nascent biotechnology sector is in the nation's flanks. These incentives range from tax breaks to institutional support, promising to give the sector a fillip.

People still read books

False prophets of the New Age and IT culture have not managed to predict the future, and THOR KAH HOONG has the last laugh.

Vieira return timely boost for new-look France

A new look France will set out on the road to the 2006 World Cup Finals against Israel here today boosted by the return from injury of captain Patrick Vieira.

A lot gained from Dr M era

Dr Mahathir did not want Malaysians to be at the bottom of the technology ladder. Rather, he wanted Malaysians to generate and contribute to the corpus of knowledge.

Keeping the kimono alive

His irreverent approach to the strict rules of the past has made kimono producer Itchiku Kubota a controversial figure with the Japanese establishment. Yet, some say his is the only way for the kimono to survive.