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Court denies bail for accused in rape case

The Ampang Sessions Court has denied bail for a security guard accused of raping, sodomising and performing oral sex on a foreign beautician in March.

Fugitive company boss nabbed after sales talk

The elusive foreign director of an allegedly unlicensed direct-selling company was nabbed after the suave-looking man gave a talk on how to make millions to a packed audience at a hotel in Petaling Jaya.

KLIG shares undersubscribed

THE 10 million KL Infrastructure Group Bhd (KLIG) shares offered to the general public as part of the company's initial public offering (IPO) have been undersubscribed, MIDF Consultancy and Corporate Services Sdn Bhd (MIDFCCS) said.

Umno confident of winning back Terengganu

TERENGGANU Umno feels it has a better chance of recapturing the state because PAS members have become disillusioned by its government, state liaison committee deputy chairman Datuk Idris Jusoh told I>Berita Minggu./I>

From Baghdad to Amman

It is a sign of changing times perhaps when posters spring up in Sheraton Hotel Baghdad announcing that its barber shop is now re-opened.

Running to nowhere

Indians featured in the works of Malaysian painter Anurendra Jegadeva are running with their eyes closed and some of their holy men are even carrying guns. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM finds out the I>raison d#8217;etre /I>behind such I>Melancholic Mantras/I>.

Brothers wrongly held as POWs want to go home

Brothers Yazan and Quzai Ali Hamed are desperate to get home to Jordan but their passports are in the hands of US troops who had seized them in Baghdad on April 10.

Air of Iraqi reconstruction in KL

While the reconstruction of battered Baghdad is still being debated, work to refurbish the Iraqi Government#8217;s properties in Kuala Lumpur is already under way.

Man claims trial to breaking depository rules

A businessman was charged in the Sessions Court Wednesday with two counts of contravening the Malaysian Central Depository Rules by dealing with more than one securities account about eight years ago.

Big increase in Rockwills customers

THERE is a growing awareness among Malaysians to write their will and the numbers have been increasing since Sept 11 attacks in the United States, particularly among the younger age group.