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Letters

Public varsities should try to look for funds

BY 2010, public universities in the country may have to find alternative funding for another 20% of their operating budget. That target is part of the Government#8217;s move to encourage greater financial self-reliance in Malaysia#8217;s 17 public universities.

AseanPlus News

SARS rumours spreading wider, faster than the virus

BANGKOK: If you sneeze here these days, don#8217;t expect anyone to exclaim #8220;bless you!#8221; Chances are, people would scatter at the sound of the slightest sniffle.

Letters

Taking human rights to the people

By JEFFREY FRANCIS

Letters

Bug fear disrupts economy

By M. VEERA PANDIYAN

AseanPlus News

Malaysian wife of alleged JI head goes on trial

B>JAKARTA: /B>A Malaysian woman is on trial on charges of using a fake Indonesian identity card and overstaying her three-month visa limit. She faces up to five years in jail if found guilty.

Nation

Abdullah: PAS has no right to demand for Ng's resignation

PAS has no right to demand for the resignation of Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen as the Raub MP because this is an MCA affair, Acting Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.

Letters

'Man of many parts' heads Curtin

Dr Eric Tan, formerly of Malaysia, has just been appointed the first Asian Chancellor of Curtin University of Technology in Western Australia #8211; an appointment that climaxes his string of great achievements in recent years.

Education

Students protest war

Thousands of British students are taking to the streets in protest against the war in Iraq, reports JOHN VIDAL.

Other Sport

Deco hits back at critics of Scolari's selection policy

FC Porto's Brazilian midfielder Deco insisted on Tuesday he felt just as Portuguese as Brazilian in a clear dig at critics of Portugal coach Luis Felipe Scolari's policy of selecting players like Deco, who have adopted Portuguese citizenship.

Lifestyle

Old hero in a new China

Lei Feng, who devoted his short life to doing good, was hailed by Mao Zedong as a national icon and moral compass for the masses. Today, 40 years later, the young soldier has been resurrected as a model of exemplary citizenship, CHING-CHING NI reports.