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On a remote stretch of black sand beach in Kusamba, east Bali, a salt farmer slowly emerges from the ocean with two wooden buckets balanced on a bamboo pole strung across his shoulder.
His is a country rich in colour and variety but that has not given new French Ambassador Alain du Boispean a head start here.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's president has nominated the air force chief to take over as armed forces commander, the parliament speaker said on Monday, amid nationalist pressure to choose a hardline army general.
The former Raja Permaisuri Agong dropped out of the public eye after the death of the beloved King in 2001. In an exclusive interview with I>The Star/I>, her first with any media organisation since becoming a widow, Yang Amat Mulia Siti Aishah Abdul Rahman talks about her love for the late Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah and their fairy tale-like life together, her nephew who helped soothe her heart in some of her darkest moments, and the possibility of remarriage and having children of her own. Still beautiful and looking much younger than her 34 years, she spoke for more than two hours with WONG CHUN WAI, JOCELINE TAN and M. KRISHNAMOORTHY on a wide range of topics that brought out tears as well as laughter and the sparkle in her.
It isn't every day you get to have coffee with a Balinese prince, writes CHIN MUI YOON.
Former Chief Justice Tun Dzaiddin Abdullah is said to have been picked to head the independent committee set up to investigate the controversial video clip where a Chinese-looking woman was ordered to do ear squats in the nude while in police custody.
Malaysia's proud 28-year record of winning the men's high jump gold medal in consecutive SEA Games since 1977 came to an end at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila yesterday.
High fever and a nosebleed just before the start of his race did not stop Malaysian sprinter Mohd Faizal Maslim from qualifying for the 100m final.