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Commandos are trained to carry out orders with no questions asked. For those who have left the army, skills that served them well in the jungle can turn against them as civilians. Unless they have been de-programmed to adjust to society, ex-commandos may find themselves becoming misfits -- and in some cases, a danger.
Mention #8216;lontong#8217; to Peninsular Malaysians and the popular Johor dish of vegetables and rice cubes comes to mind. But the word has a far more sinister and deadlier meaning in Sabah, reveals PHILIP GOLINGAI.
New Zealand produced a sparkling display of high-speed handling to destroy Australia 50-21 in front of 82,000 stunned fans in the Olympic Stadium yesterday, taking control of the Tri-nations championship in the process.
THE government#8217;s change of policy in hiring gays is causing a stir in the Christian community. So far, it has prompted a meeting led by the mainstream National Council of Churches of Singapore and an online campaign against homosexuals by another group.
Do the pseudonyms Harriet Daimler and Marcus van Heller ring a bell? If yes, spank yourself. In 1950s Paris, a group of penniless authors took to writing risque novels to pay the bills. Now their books are collectors#8217; items. JOHN PRESTON, an aficionado, unravels their story.
Being a hub of optical disc piracy is not the kind of 'Malaysia Boleh' spirit to transport the country to ICT renown. But recording industry pundits need not lecture anyone about these problems, especially when they are better employed supporting concerted action against pirates.BUNN NAGARA writes from behind the headlines.