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Letters

May the light of good always triumph over evil

COMMENT: By K. PARKARAN and SUHAINI AZNAM

World

U.S. raps Iran for harassing religious minorities

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States took Iran to task on Friday for its

World

Americans back anti-terrorism racial profiling - poll

BOSTON (Reuters) - Most Americans expect a terrorist attack on the United States in the next few months and support the screening of people who look

Nation

Cabinet okays move to review gender bias laws and policies

Gender bias will be a thing of the past for Malaysian women as the Government is set to review laws and policies that do not treat women equally.

Lifestyle

Randy Newman's peers show admiration on tribute album

Some people come to a Randy Newman show expecting to hear one of the gentle, reassuring numbers he's written for movies, like You've Got a Friend in Me from Toy Story. But while he'll usually perform one of those soundtrack songs onstage, most of the material in the show is designed to provoke, not comfort.

Lifestyle

Garage-rock pioneers The Yardbirds reinvent lineups, music

The Yardbirds, one of the grittier and more experimental outfits of the Beatles-led British invasion, often are remembered as the band that counted, in succession, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page among its lead guitarists.

Lifestyle

Springsteen sings Seeger: He makes folk songs rock

The idea of Bruce Springsteen putting out an album of other artists' songs has long tantalized fans.

Lifestyle

`God or the Girl': Reality TV enters a seminary

I>God or the Girl/I>, a new reality show about young men wrestling with whether or not to become Catholic priests, may sound like a sleazy series that promises cheap thrills and rote religious bigotry.

World

Bush defends ports deal, threatens veto

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush vowed on Tuesday to veto any attempt to block an Arab company's takeover of management of major U.S. seaports, defying members of Congress who insisted the deal posed security risks.

Letters

Seven changes I’d like for 2006

It's that time of the year when many of us make New Year resolutions. No resolutions from me but here are seven changes I would like to see happening in Malaysia in 2006 Wong Sulong writes.