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Same rights for babies born to women abroad

IN THE first of many measures to boost the population, babies born to Singaporean women abroad will now have the right to be Singaporeans.

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Wang Chen hopes for leniency from IOC on Olympic berth

Hong Kong's Wang Chen is seeded to reach the semi-finals of the All-England Open and she is one of the few women's singles players capable of halting the Chinese.


Expat Filipinos will have a say


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Ailton may not get to play for Qatar

Brazilian forward Ailton's plans to switch nationalities and play for Qatar may be shot down by FIFA, the president of Germany's Football Federation said on Friday.

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China jails British ‘spy’ for life

B>HONG KONG:/BA Chinese court has jailed a Hong Kong resident with dual British citizenship for life for spying for the territory's former colonial masters, newspapers reported Friday.

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Cafu and Sensi could go to court over passport charges

Brazil's World Cup-winning captain Cafu and AS Roma president Franco Sensi could go to court to face charges of falsely obtaining an Italian passport for the former Roma defender.

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Poe can run for president, rules court

B>MANILA: /B>Fernando Poe Jr is eligible to run for Philippine president in May's election, the Supreme Court ruled yesterday, handing the film star a critical victory in his bid to unseat President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

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Philippine actor tops latest poll, Arroyo third

Philippine movie star Fernando Poe Jr has a commanding lead over his rivals in the latest poll of voters ahead of national elections in May, adding to evidence that President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is struggling to catch up.


Face of success

Ling Tan is Malaysia's very own success story on the catwalk. She talks to S.S. YOGA about her roots and her work.


Some welcome improvements but ministry can do more

IN just a few months, the Immigration Department will move to Putrajaya. Among the improvements promised by Home Ministry Secretary-General Datuk Seri Aseh Che Mat is speedier processing of passport applications and renewals.