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American getting closer to end a three-year title drought

Whether it's standing over a 40-foot putt from the fringe, getting off to a good start or reminiscing about the past, it's all about confidence for Stewart Cink.

Nestle stays confident despite tough times

NESTLE (M) Bhd managing director Jose Lopez is unperturbed by analysts' downgrades on his company against concerns over rising commodity prices and the current uncertain economic conditions.

Oil World expects CPO prices to hit RM1,600

ISTA Mielke GmbH, a Germany-based publication, maintains that crude palm oil (CPO) prices will spring back to RM1,600 per tonne within the next three months from RM1,450 now.

BA, Air France to retire supersonic Concorde

British Airways (BA) and Air France have called an end to the world#8217;s first and only supersonic passenger jet, saying they would mothball the fuel-guzzling Concorde 27 years after it entered service.

Williams donate US$35,000 to poor Brazilians

British Formula One stable Williams have donated US$35,000 to the Zero Hunger programme of Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

Mega project draws flak

China#8217;s plan to channel water from its flood-prone south to the parched north has drawn criticisms, writes CHING-CHING NI.

Losing our greenery

PENANGITES have become more conscious of the value of roadside trees, judging from the number of complaints to Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) whenever tree-cutting activities are in progress or when a neighbour cuts down a roadside tree.

Wastewater recycling

AUSTRALIANS are just as worried as Malaysians and Singaporeans about water, its quality and its quantity.

Kingston and Groom pull level with Zaw Moe

South African golfer James Kingston and Adam Groom of Australia caught up with overnight leader Zaw Moe of Myanmar in the second round of the Indian Open in New Delhi Friday.

Farmers hit by severe drought across country

SEVERE drought has left more than 10 million people across China without an adequate supply of drinking water, Xinhua reported on Wednesday, quoting sources from the state Flood Control and Drought Prevention headquarters in Beijing.