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CJ to draw up new ethics code

Chief Justice Tan Sri Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim is drawing up a new set of ethics for the judiciary, said Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.


Exco member: Ruling not to curb Muslim men

The stricter polygamy laws in Selangor are not meant to deny Muslim men the right to remarry but to separate those with genuine intentions from those with selfish reasons, said an executive councillor.


Teachers voice concern over oral assessment

The decision to introduce school-based oral assessment from next month may not produce the desired results, said teachers who expressed concern over this decision.


Why US schoolbooks are ‘mind-numbingly dull’

Owls, ketchup, dinosours and old ladies with cats are among a long list of taboos banned from US schoolbooks, reports JULIAN COMAN.

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Violence accompanies Powell's Mideast peace mission

Israeli troops shot dead three Palestinians on Monday, as U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell wound up a Mideast mission in which he called for moves toward peace from Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers.

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Buy your way to the top of Everest

B>KATHMANDU: /B>Some climbing experience, a clean bill of health and anything from US$25,000 (RM95,000) to US$50,000 (RM190,000) can give you a shot at getting to the top of Everest today, but the package does not come with a guarantee.


Government unveils economic stimulus package

The much-awaited economic stimulus package, which was unveiled by Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday, has four main strategies and 90 measures and aims to generate economic activities by mobilising domestic sources of growth, boosting consumption and encouraging investments.

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Hu to meet Bush, Putin and Chirac over next two weeks

B>BEIJING:/BChinese President Hu Jintao will step onto the world stage when he meets President George W. Bush and his Russian and French counterparts over the next two weeks on his first trip abroad since taking office in March.


Aida and Joe claim trial to khalwat charge

Sultry actress Aida Rahim and singer Joe Radzwill were charged with committing khalwat (close proximity) at the Syariah Court here yesterday.


Boost for tourism sector

Incentives given under the stimulus package will help travel agencies and tour operators to survive the negative impact of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and war in Iraq during the next six months, said Malaysian Association of Tour Travel Agents (Matta) president Tunku Iskandar Tunku Abdullah.