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Group apologises to district office

A group of people, who hold temporary occupation licences (TOL) to land at Kampung Perapat off Jalan Kapar, have apologised to the Klang District Office for making allegations of wrongdoing in their application for land titles.

Yao files lawsuit against Coca-Cola

Houston Rockets centre Yao Ming has filed a lawsuit against Coca-Cola for unlawfully using his image and is demanding a public apology and one yuan (12 cents) in compensation.

'Hadi must make public apology'

The state MCA and Thean Hou Temple management committee are demanding an apology from Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang over the acquisition of the site of the 108-year-old temple in Jalan Hiliran here.

S'pore fails WHO's SARS test

B>HONG KONG: /B>The World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday it would not yet remove Singapore from its list of SARS-affected countries as the city-state had hoped, while Taiwan reported a record number of infections for the second straight day.

Groups insist on apology from minister

MORE than 120 Chinese associations in the Federal Territory and Selangor have demanded an apology from Culture, Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Paduka Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir despite his clarification that he had not accused Malaysian Chinese of not loving the country.

Indian projects for Malaysia not cancelled

India has given its assurance that it has not cancelled any tender or project given to Malaysian companies but has put them on hold, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.

Syed Hamid to sue daily over article

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar will take legal action against theINew Straits Times/Iover an article which he claimed was defamatory.

'Apologise or face music'

The Negri Sembilan state MCA has given an ultimatum to PAS and Keadilan to apologise for their #8220;unbecoming#8221; action of trespassing into its office in Jalan Tuanku Munawir in Seremban last week.

A relook at press freedom

THE world commemorated World Press Freedom Day yesterday, but it would continue to do so each year with more earnest hopefulness than elated accomplishment if campaigners fail to understand the actual meaning and imperatives of press freedom.

Seven-match ban for below belt gesture

Controversial French striker Pascal Nouma picked up a seven-month ban on Wednesday from Turkey#8217;s football authorities for causing a furore by making an obscene gesture in a league game while playing for Besiktas #8211; a gesture which had already led to his sacking.