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It was not vintage stuff but Brazil still cruised to a 3-0 win over Malaysia in the opening match of the International Youth Tournament at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil here last night.
King Charles II of England, like his French contemporary King Louis XIV, was a patron of the sciences. In 1675, Charles II broke new ground by appointing an #8220;Astronomical observatory#8221; (a title later changed to Astronomer Royal) to take charge of the newly constructed Greenwich Observatory, east of London.
Kenya's first ever one-day win against Zimbabwe took Steve Tikolo's unfancied side into the semi-finals of the World Cup after they triumphed by seven wickets in their Super Six clash at Goodyear Park yesterday.
B>HONG KONG: /B>Financial Secretary Antony Leung Kam Chung, already under fire for his tough measure Budget, is embroiled in another controversy after a newspaper here revealed that he bought a new luxury car just six weeks before he announced tax increases for vehicle registration.
Indian captain Sourav Ganguly hit an unbeaten 107 to steer his side out of trouble and lead them to a six-wicket victory in their World Cup Super Six match against Kenya at Newlands on Friday.
CASUARINA Beach Resort beckons with its tropical splendour and warm hospitality. It is a no-frills hotel offering a world of comfort and luxury.
After a severe setback in the wake of the terrorist bombings of two nightclubs in Kuta, Bali is slowly regaining the confidence the world once had in it as a holiday destination and convention venue. B>CHARLES F. MOREIRA/B>, who was in Bali last month, reports.
LEAVING home to attend secondary school abroad was a big step for me. I had never really seen myself going abroad so early in life. Yet, the opportunity to study at a United World College (UWC) was too special to forego. I made the choice to go. Khoo Mei Ai writes from the Li Po Chun UWC of Hong Kong.