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Tamil-style running of bulls leaves 218 hurt

B>MADRAS:/BAs many as 218 people were injured when a centuries-old Tamil rustic sport of taming fierce bulls was held in southern India at the weekend, organisers said Sunday.

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Politician: Deaths of zoo animals not related to bird flu

A Thai political leader has dismissed rumours that two tigers and two leopards at a Thai zoo died as a result of eating live chickens infected with bird flu, the Thai News Agency reported yesterday.---------------------------------------------

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Food aid to 2.7 million North Koreans cut off

The World Food Programme has been forced to cut off food aid to 2.7 million North Korean women and children during the country's harsh winter due to lack of foreign donations, an agency spokesman said yesterday.


Foreign hands meet up in city

While locals went interstate for the Chinese New Year, foreign workers from all over Malaysia met up with their countrymen in Kuala Lumpur.

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Most workers happy despite tough year, says survey

YOU may hear it in the office, on the train or bus, among friends at lunch - an apparently never-ending gripe about work.

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Fighting cocks face cull

B>NONG CHOK (Thailand):/BHundreds of Thai fighting cocks have died from a disease suspected to be bird flu, but breeders are desperate to shield their expensive birds from a slaughter that has silenced chicken farms across Asia.


Dogs left starving for 10 days rescued from house

Three dogs abandoned by their owner and left to starve for 10 days were found in a pathetic state amid their own vomit and faeces in a house in Taman Kinrara here.


Chicken no longer on menu at zoo and bird park

Keepers at the national zoo and the city bird park have stopped feeding chicken to their animals, which include crocodiles and eagles.


What you have to do in the employment battlefield

Have you got what it takes to land your dream job after you graduate? Is your degree a guarantee for employment? As competition soars high in the job market, JAMIE KHOO finds out what employers and job agencies are looking for when they recruit fresh graduates.

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News briefs

News in brief: 'Hello Kitty goes platinum', 'Divorced dads protest', 'Foul-mouthed parrot killed', and 'Singer warded for chest pains'.