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Dr M arrives in Okinawa to speak at international forum

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad arrived in Okinawa yesterday to address the Globalisation Forum 2003 - his first speaking engagement since he stepped down as Prime Minister on Oct 31.

Nation

Groups push for mediation in family cases

Legal associations want it to be compulsory to apply the mediation concept to settle family cases, said Kepong Women and Family Development Council deputy chairman Yasmeen Shariff.

Nation

Anti-virus firms: New worm can steal data

Anti-virus companies have issued alerts over a new computer virus worm that not only spreads itself through a user's e-mail programme but may also steal random data in an infected computer and send it to the creator of the virus.

Nation

Ministry will meet food manufacturers, says Chua

The Health Ministry will meet food manufacturers throughout the country soon to ensure that proper measures are taken to minimise the presence of semicarbazide (SEM) in bottled food items, including baby food.

Education

Virtual varsity for OIC nations

A MALAYSIAN company is offering an e-learning platform to provide education programmes from the world#039;s institutions of higher learning to students in the 57 member countries of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC).

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Education

Students explore South Korea's 3G technology

FROM trying out the many types of I>kimchi/Ito learning the latest on third generation (3G) technology, 12 students from Multimedia University's Engineering Society Overseas Research Programme (Mescorp) had a good time during their recent trip to South Korea.

Education

Graduates ought to get real

From BULBIR SINGH, Seremban

Nation

African nations moving in the right direction

AFTER Malaysia had set the pace for changes in the OIC, the African nations of the organisation said they are on their way to unity and strength.

AseanPlus News

Making Bangkok focus of summit

When the presidential jets start landing at Don Muang airport here this weekend, it will be to a country that has gone to great lengths to make it welcoming - with streets cleared of stray dogs, beggars and activists and government holidays declared for four days to ease traffic congestion.