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Abdullah: Rank all universities

Public and private institutions of higher learning will be ranked to improve the quality of education in the country and to promote healthy competition among them, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.


Truly Malaysian firms will emerge

b>Comment by Wong Sulong/b>


Party’s over for ‘Datuk’

Claiming to be a 'Datuk Panglima,' he dons expensive clothes and parties all night at expensive nightclubs in the city. Yesterday, his partying days came to an end when officers from the city commercial crime unit arrested the 36-year-old-man for a list of offences that included cheque fraud, falsifying documents and duping a subsidiary of a company that operates a chain of hotels and golf courses.


Mulling over mergers

Mergers in education are fast becoming a global phenomenon, an inevitable response to the competitiveness of the education industry.


CEO’s salary unfairly cut

A suspended main board company had acted unjustly when it selectively reduced its chief executive officer's pay by 30% as a cost cutting measure to save itself from financial doldrums, the Industrial Court ruled.


Ka Ting lauds KTAR's success

Kolej Tunku Abdul Rahman (KTAR) will continue to remain committed to developing and providing high standard education to meet the country#8217;s needs.


National masterplan for construction industry

Captains in the construction industry, which generates some RM40bil in revenue annually, will gather here next week to discuss a national masterplan for the industry's growth.


Move away from tokenism, non-bumi companies told

Move away from tokenism and appoint more highly- qualified bumiputras to senior management, non-bumiputra-controlled companies were told by Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop.


Students speak their minds

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) students had the chance to present their views on the higher education system at the Malaysian Education Summit 2004, held recently at the Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre.


Pledge to maintain regular communication

Malaysia and China have agreed to maintain regular communication at all levels #8211; from leaders to NGOs to the ordinary people of the two countries.