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Indian man claims not to have eaten for 68 years

An Indian man who claims divine inspiration says he has survived 68 years without eating, drinking or relieving himself, baffling doctors who are unable to prove him an impostor.


Thalassaemia victim short of RM65,000

Seven-year-old Cheah Mei Teng from Kampar underwent a bone marrow transplant operation at the University Malaya Medical Centre in Kuala Lumpur recently but is still short of RM65,000.


Help for victims of Sri Lanka floods

Mercy Malaysia and the Sri Lanka High Commission will hold a dinner here to raise funds to rebuild homes wiped out during the recent floods in the South Asian country.


Take batik to greater heights, says Endon

The batik industry should make a quantum leap onto the world stage so Malaysians can be proud of a creative and thriving industry, said Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood, wife of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

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Fashion fest big boost for Guangzhou

THE 2004 Guangzhou International Fashion Festival will be one of the nation's largest fashion galas and will strengthen Guangzhou's position as one of the largest garment trading centres in China.

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Pondering what has really changed

B>T/B>HE SOUND trucks blaring campaign slogans are silent, the posters are a bit tattered and Japan's long-ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) is still in charge.


A timely career talk

Nilai International College students recently listened to an insightful talk entitled 'Career Matters - Accelerating Your Business' by speaker Dr Moni Lai Storz, a principal consultant for Global Business Strategies of Melbourne, Australia.

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Higher degree 'no guarantee of better jobs'

HUMAN resources experts here say that a higher degree does not necessarily lead to better jobs.

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End fashion shows, orders Pakistani PM

B>ISLAMABAD:/BPakistani Prime Minister Zafarullah Jamali has ordered authorities to crack down on fashion shows because they are unIslamic and give Pakistan a bad image, a local newspaper reported yesterday.


More outlets offer discounts

There has been an increase in the number of participating outlets offering good discounts since the Mega Sales Carnival campaign was initiated in 2000, said Deputy Culture, Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Fu Ah Kiow.