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From the Oscar and the Discus of the 1960s and 1970s to the Arawana and Flower Horn of recent times, various 'stars' have taken centre stage in the Malaysian tropical fish arena only to fade into oblivion. A notable exception is the Koi. BAVANI M speaks to a Koi lover-turned-dealer to find out what makes this particular species special.
Cancer patients should avoid unproven therapies as these may worsen their condition, reports MAJORIE CHIEW.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The illegal movement of infected poultry, especially fighting cocks and ducks, has helped spread the bird flu virus to seven provinces in Thailand, officials said on Wednesday.
In turbulent times such as these, the rate of environmental turbulence easily outpaces the rate of organisational resilience. Success today is fragile with organisations no longer able to cling on to the flywheel of momentum for continual success. Instead, strategic resilience - the ability of organisations to dynamically reinvent business models and strategies amid changing circumstances - is critical.
AMERICAN investment banker Raymond James Associates Inc (RJA) sees AirAsia Bhd as a sound investment choice for investors who are keen on investing in airlines, particularly low budget carriers.