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As a king without a kingdom, the Maharawal of Jaisalmer in India now plays the role of a people#8217;s man, writes TERRY FRIEL.
Used to treating eye disorders in refugee camps, Dr Abdullah Abdullah is continuing his work of vision on the world stage as Afghanistan's Foreign Minister, writes PAUL GABRIEL.
Badminton singles head coach Misbun Sidek has earned his due recognition when he was named as winner of the national men's Coach of the Year award for 2002 Wednesday night.
The Australian dollar powered through 61 US cents to a three-year high yesterday after the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) praised Canberra for its sound management that made Australia one of the world#039;s best performing economies.
Australia's current account deficit stretched to a record 11.6 billion Australian dollars (US$7 billion) from the impact of the drought, slow global growth and a high demand for imports, official figures showed Monday.
Brazilian forward Rodrigo Gral struck twice as J-League champions Jubilo Iwata beat Kyoto Purple Sanga 3-0 to win their second Japanese Super Cup yesterday, emphatically ending a poor run of pre-season results.
THE three most recent conflicts that involved the United States and Europe caused environmental disasters on a grand scale, PAUL BROWN reports.