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US prison officials struggle to put a cork in inmates#8217; illegal alcoholic brew called pruno, writes RICHARD FAUSSET.
B>LUCKNOW (India):/BThe death toll from South Asia's coldest winter in decades climbed to 1,500 overnight, with no respite from near-freezing temperatures forecast for the next few days in the worst-hit areas.
The Premiership is beginning to look a bit all too familiar with Liverpool fumbling while the frontrunners, the Gunners and the Red Devils, are galloping to a photo finish, writes SHAUN ORANGE.
Meet Malaysia#8217;s new Scrabble sensation Aaron Chong who, in less than a year, has catapulted to the fifth position in the national rankings.
British retailer Laura Ashley Holdings plc said yesterday it would take an exceptional charge of £7.7mil to cover the cost of closing 35 shops in continental Europe, including all its German outlets.
At times, #8220;home#8221; isn#8217;t simply defined as a birthplace or town steeped in childhood memories. Sometimes, it is the place that makes people brave oceans, traverse mountains and cross deserts to finally put their roots down. Pulau Langkawi boasts a large expatriate community who chose to leave their countries for a strange tropical island halfway around the globe. LEONG SIOK HUI spoke to a few in the first of this two-parter.
EVEN the most basic financial truism, that it is wise to live below your means, is subject to a pros and cons analysis.
An overwhelming wave of momentum is sweeping Andre Agassi towards further tennis glory in today#8217;s Australian Open final against German Rainer Schuettler.
By MARTIN VENGADESAN
Here#8217;s a way to really personalise a gift. PETER MARTEKA looks into the emerging art of body printing.