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Search for a new face

THE worldwide search for the new face of Guess? Watches is on.

HeiTech Padu completes Sri Lanka passport project

HEITECH Padu Bhd, the leading home-grown comprehensive information and communications technology solutions provider, has completed and delivered Sri Lanka's new passport project.

Inspector Gadget

Creating gadgets and enhancing their potential has always been John Choong#8217;s forte. With so many designs to his credit, Choong remains humble and says he would just #8216;love to be the one who creates the best paper-clip in the world!#8217; ADELE A.L. LIM meets the designer in ENgland.

US newsman expects freedom today

B>BANDA ACEH/B>: A US journalist arrested in June while reporting on a separatist war in Indonesia's Aceh province expects to be freed today after being sentenced on immigration charges, his lawyer said.

Send your pix, Merdeka babies

THE deadline for those born on Merdeka Day to register is over. We also thank all those who have responded to the questionnaire.

Cindy gets revenge

As a gangly teenager, Cindy Burbridge was teased mercilessly by her schoolmates. They even nicknamed her Pred, after a mythical Thai monster! Today, the former miss Thailand is a Channel [V] veejay, model, TV host and sought-after actress. KEE HUA CHEE was smitten.

Jolt for Kedah in Kota Kinabalu

Sabah could stop table toppers Kedah from running away with the Premier I title at the Likas Stadium here tonight #8211; something which the Canaries fear may come true.

Cops on trial for kidnapping

Two policemen and two other people claimed trial at the magistrate's court here yesterday to kidnapping a 36-year-old Indonesian woman.

E-passport for Thais planned

MULTIMEDIA Development Corp Sdn Bhd (MDC) will work with the National Electronic amp; Computer Technology Centre (Nectec) to develop e-passport which will facilitate Thailand and Malaysian immigration.

Scamming the scammers

Scam-baiters are trying to beat e-mail scammers at their own game, JAN HENNOP writes.