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Helpful column

At a public forum on March 26 on I>Information and Computer Technology (ICT) among the elders /I>at University Putra Malaysia (UPM), much was mentioned by participants about I>The Star#8217;s/ISenior column, Bulbir Singh from Seremban, a reader, writes.

Nation

Pay 10% of housing cost as deposit, proposes group

The National House Buyers Association (HBA) has proposed a variant to the 'build-and-sell' concept, where buyers will pay 10% of the housing cost as a deposit for development of the project.

Health

Leaf it to fish

WHAT if a heart attack does not have to mean death? After all, we fear a heart attack because many of us feel that in most cases, it means death. Indeed, it can occur so suddenly that it is called 'sudden death'.

Health

Holding back the tide

At the First Malaysian Conference on Anti-Aging Medicine held recently in Kuala Lumpur, doctors and scientists defined the role of anti-ageing medicine in society, writes COLIN KHOO.

Business

Precinct 11 a benchmark for Peremba

PEREMBA Jaya Sdn Bhd sees its success in developing Precinct 11 of the Putrajaya federal administrative capital into one of the best community living environments in the country as a launch pad for other projects to come.

Nation

PAS studying proposal to admit non-Muslims

PAS is studying a proposal to accept non-Muslims as either full-fledged or associate party members.

Education

Let teachers do their job!

From PARADIGM SHIFT of Port Dickson

AseanPlus News

Hospitals send SMS updates on patients to relatives

NATIONAL sepak takraw team coach Salleh Nanang, 42, was taken aback when amid work, he received a short text message on his mobile phone - from his mother's doctor.

Business

Passing on leadership skills

Why do some organisations consistently win in the marketplace while others struggle from crisis to crisis? The answer is leadership.

Lifestyle

Women in a changing country

POSITIONING WOMEN IN MALAYSIA: Class and Gender in an Industrializing State - Review by DR SHANTHI THAMBIAH