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Takaful grabs 5.5% share of insurance business

THE growth potential for the takaful industry will remain positive with the entry of new industry players, said Bank Negara.


Pak Lah: The Economist yet to apologise for remarks

The Home Ministry is considering several options to be taken against I>The Economist /I>magazine. Acting Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said Monday the ministry was now weighing the best option available and the most appropriate action.


Study reveals the 'flavours' of Malaysians

How would you know if you are a young progressive urban person, kampung traditionalist, loner, wannabe or I>bochap?/IIf you are young and single, like to look sharp, are concerned about issues like gender equality and pollution, want to be different and better than others, most probably you are in the I>Bangsa Baru /I>(young progressive) category, according to a consumer study.


Nurture good values in children, urges Endon

Families that emphasise love, respect and responsibility will produce positive, calm, confident and competitive individuals who can contribute to the society and country.

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Thermometers for pupils

ALONG with pencils and books, children in Singapore must now pack thermometers in their schoolbags so they can check their temperatures twice a day to detect Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).


Karate meet to attract 900 pupils

I>MALAYSIA Nanban/Ihighlighted the coming national karate meet involving Tamil school pupils scheduled for this month.


Khir: No irregularities in state land allocation

Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo denied claims of irregularities in the allocation of state land to several state government officers, exco members and civil servants.


Babylon University reopens to 3,000 students

BABYLON University, one of Iraq's largest teaching institutions, reopened its doors last Sunday, welcoming about 3,000 students and readying to adapt to life post-Saddam.


Service first, says PM

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who resumes work today after a two-month leave, has told civil servants not to keep on demanding higher salaries, saying this will make the country poor and raise the cost of living.