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Champs Mexico ousted

Colombia reached the Concacaf Gold Cup semi-finals with a surprise 2-1 win over holders Mexico thanks to Abel Aguilar's 74th-minute strike on Sunday.

Community

Hindus pray for tsunami victims

The dead and survivors of last year's Dec 26 tsunami were the focus of the annual I>Adipuram/Ispiritual procession by more than 2,000 Hindus in Taiping yesterday.

Business

Analysts: CPO price prospect looks good

POOR weather conditions in major oilseed producing countries spells good news for the crude palm oil (CPO) price outlook with commodity analysts projecting an average of between RM1,400 and RM1,500 per tonne this year, and RM1,600 per tonne next year.

Business

Property sector remains promising

StarBiz Monday launches a new series 'CEO Property Outlook, in which various CEOs give their comments on the property sector.

Letters

The swing from joy to sorrow

BARELY 24 hours after London secured the right to host the 2012 Olympic Games, the city was left reeling in a state of shock following a series of devastating bomb attacks. By CHOI TUCK WO

Business

European stock rebound offers support for British economic resilience

Britain's economy is resilient enough to absorb the shock of a terrorist attack on its transportation system, economists said, a sentiment seen Friday as markets throughout Europe shrugged off much of their losses from a day earlier.

Business

May IPI decline first in three years

MALAYSIA'S Industrial Production Index (IPI) for May fell 0.4% to 236.2 from 237.1 in the corresponding month a year earlier and was 0.9% lower than that in April.

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London, Madrid, New York closing in as final countdown for 2012 Games begins

Paris, favourite to host the 2012 Olympic Games, were under increasing pressure yesterday as International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge opened a four-day session with two major divisive issues at stake.

Community

Sandtray therapy helps promote communication

SOMETIMES when communication becomes difficult due to stress, sandtray therapy can be an effective communication method.It is an alternative to 'talk' therapy and uses communication tools to promote change.

Business

Firms looking to IT for business outcome

The recent trend towards shared services and outsourcing are signs that businesses are beginning to look to IT for business outcome rather than technology for technology's sake. This is good news to IBM Malaysia, which managing director Voon Seng Chuan says is in a strong position to deliver end-to-end solutions.