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MMU shines at world event

Malaysians had much to cheer at this year's championships as a team from Multimedia University (MMU), comprising Logandran Balavijendran and Suthen Thomas, broke into the top league with 25th placing - the first of only three Asian universities in the top 32.

Spotlight on the role of CEOs

CHIEF executive officers (CEOs) have probably never had it tougher. These days, when they are not being accused of lacking in vision, they are punished for paying themselves too much.

Backbenchers Club head has much to say

DATUK Mohd Zin Mohamed (BN - Shah Alam), the new chairman of the Backbenchers Club, held the floor for almost four hours when he tabled his motion of thanks on the Royal Address.

Uproar over SAR issue in Royal Address

AN uproar erupted in the House when Mahfuz Omar (PAS - Pokok Sena) questioned the Royal Address which had touched on the People's Religious School (SAR) issue during the motion of thanks.

Merged govt-linked firms to draw big players

Government-linked plantation companies will be consolidated to bring more big players into Malaysia#039;s share market, said Second Finance Minister Datuk Dr Jamaludin Jarjis.

'Don't name King during debate'

DEPUTY Speaker Datuk Muhamad Abdullah has ruled that MPs should not make reference to the name or actions of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong when debating the Royal Address.

IT in the Malay world

Thirty years after its establishment, the Institute of the Malay World and Civilization is taking Malay Studies to new heights by embracing the age of information technology, reports HARIATI AZIZAN.

Palace thaw warms Umno

Ties between the Kelantan palace and Umno have been warming up,and the presence of the Kelantan royal couple at a dinner in the residence of the state's Umno chief Datuk Mustapa Mohamed may have brought relations to new heights, JOCELINE TAN reports.

Driven by a knack for auto inventions

Like most children, inventor-cum-businessman Darran Aster Gunasekera loved to play with toys. Unlike most, however, his idea of playing was to dismantle every toy he had, learn how they functioned, and then to fix them again. Such was his fascination at discovering how things worked it isn't surprising that he is now an award-winning inventor of electronic components for the automotive sector.

Hadi: I don't trust reports on SAR issue

Terengganu Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang does not trust news reports that the Conference of Rulers had endorsed solutions undertaken by the Government to settle matters concerning Islamic education, including the I>sekolah agama rakyat/I(SAR).