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Malaysia close to heart of Indian choreographer

Malaysia is rather close to Lubna Adam's heart as this is where the Indian fashion choreographer's career took off.


James Bond themes greet MAS passengers

'The Pearl of the Orient' gave a James Bond welcome to the first arrivals here from London in Malaysia Airlines' inaugural flight, with a local Agent 007 and a bevy of Bond girls in elegant gowns among those who received them at the Penang International Airport.


Good response to India expo

Trade and industry players have given an #8220;encouraging response#8221; to the #8220;Incredible India 2003#8221; exhibition to be held at the Putra World Trade Centre here in December.


Provide classes for foreign workers, employers urged

Employers are urged to provide language and cultural classes for new foreign workers within the first few weeks of their arrival in the country.


New report system for students

A new reporting system for students will be implemented next year for schools nationwide to provide for a balanced reporting on both attitude and academic performance, said Education director-general Datuk Abdul Rafie Mahat.


Thousands attend pier party

Thousands of people thronged the nine-hour non-stop 'rev-ELATION' party at the Swettenham Pier here on Saturday night.


So what’s cool?

Goodbye school uniform, hello hot fashion! Dressing up for college is all about expressing oneself while making a fashion statement. But what exactly is cool college couture? To find out, StarEducation invites college and university to take part in an online Fashion Poll at a href= target=on_top>>


Sloppy Joe or Trendy Wendy?

One of the perks, or worries, of entering college is deciding 'the look' you wish to carry to class every day. From trendy designer labels to Sungei Wang bargains, college students can choose from a wide range of attire - depending on their budget - to convey the image they desire.


Fusion of cultures as batik appears on saris

Cross-cultural fashion in Malaysia moved forward another step when batik made a splash at the 'Vivid and Sensational' gala dinner and fashion show held at the closing of the Sari Fashion Week.

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Sex, then marriage Woman tries to con hotel Govt bugged over claim

Most would-be husbands and wives in China have had sex before they officially apply for a marriage certificate, breaking with conservative Chinese tradition, state media said yesterday.