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Four challenges confronting Asia, says Abdullah

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has outlined four fundamental challenges confronting Asia - poverty eradication, human development, good governance and regional stability. img src=/images/video.gif alt=video border=0 width=13 height=9>

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Hospital CEO’s stunt nets over RM14mil

CHEST-DEEP in 1,000kg of ice cubes for a nerve-wracking 22 minutes and 50 seconds, Venerable Shi Ming Yi melted the hearts of TV viewers last night - and had them reaching for their telephones.

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A showcase of India’s best

The Incredible India 2003 exhibition scheduled for next month will showcase the country's economic progress in areas as diverse as auto components, communications, textile, tourism, cement and steel.

Nation

A showcase of India’s best

The Incredible India 2003 exhibition scheduled for next month will showcase the country's economic progress in areas as diverse as auto components, communications, textile, tourism, cement and steel.

Nation

MPs rap banks over unfair charges, rules

BANKS have come under fire from MPs who are upset with what they say are unfair charges, absurd rules and incompetency.

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Consul: Change in governing style helpful

Thailand's move to change the administration style of its provincial governors to governors chief executive officers (CEOs) is expected to boost Malaysia-Thai relations.

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Young bosses inspire others to follow suit

CHEN Tianqiao, known as the Chinese Bill Gates, is the head of China's leading online game operator - Shanda Networking. He is only 30 years old but already a billionaire.

Education

Investing in internship

There are some things that can't be taught at university. To bridge the gap between academia and the working world, most educational institutions offer undergraduates a chance to do industrial training or internship in companies or industry.

Nation

RM9.5b government contracts delayed

Seventy per cent or RM9.5bil worth of government contracts awarded to private contractors last year could not be delivered on time, says Works Minister Datuk S. Samy Vellu.

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Chinese associations welcome RM8.1bil stimulus

From the Chinese Press.