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Discard Those Disclaimers and Apologies

TOO many speakers use disclaimers or apologies for their comments before they even begin their speeches. Disclaimers are remarks that weaken or diminish the impact of what the speaker is about to say. Likewise, when the speaker apologises for a speech beforehand, he or she makes an admission that it is less than perfect before the members of the audience have the chance to judge the speech for themselves. They can kill good ideas before they're even born.

50 PPP members stage protest over news report

I>MALAYSIA Nanban /I>front-paged the protest by about 50 members of the People's Progressive Party (PPP) in front of the newspaper's office headquarters at Batu Complex, off Jalan Ipoh in Kuala Lumpur.

World number one Hewitt stands firm on threat to sue ATP

Lleyton Hewitt plans to go ahead with a lawsuit against the ATP unless the organisation issues a public apology and admits wrongdoing in levying a fine against him, his agent told Reuters on Thursday.

‘Apology over ‘Jakun’ ‘statement

Astro has sent a letter of apology to the Energy, Communications and Multimedia Ministry following an incident in which the compere of last month's Planet Music Award 2003 called his colleague 'Jakun' during the live show.

I'm sorry

Apologising for errors might be good medicine after all, writes VALERIE REITMAN.

England's night spoiled by hatred

THE headlines were all about Wayne Rooney. The talk was all about a football match of huge passion and emotion which saw England leapfrog Turkey at the top of qualifying Group Seven and enhance the prospects of automatic qualification for the European Championship Finals.

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Malaysia-India ties getting back on track

Things appear to be returning to normal in Indo-Malaysian relations after the incident involving Indian IT professionals and the Malaysian police, with the leading English daily, the I>Hindustan Times/I>, carrying a full-page supplement on Malaysia.