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Under-20 coach Vieira on lookout for new talent

National Under-20 football coach Jorven Vieira will be on a lookout for new talent in Sukma to keep his options open on his team for the AFC Championship, which Malaysia will host from Sept 24-Oct 8.

AseanPlus News

Turkmenistan removes all portraits of President

This Turkmenistan's capital was being cleared of all portraits of the country's absolutist President Saparmurat Niyazov yesterday in a surprise but thus far unexplained move.

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National Under-20 football team take a break

The national football squad preparing for the AFC Under-20 Championship to be hosted by Malaysian from Sept 28-Oct 8 broke camp yesterday to allow the players to return to their respective teams for Sukma.

Nation

‘Black year’ for newsmen

Press freedom advocate Reporters Without Borders has described 2003 as a 'black year' for journalists worldwide, with 42 reporters killed and more than 120 others still imprisoned.

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Iran give our boys a six-goal bashing

The National Under-23 boys suffered their biggest defeat in the pre-Olympic Asian Finals competition when they were thrashed 6-0 by Iran in a second round match in Teheran Friday night.

Business

Ancient idea reborn in new Silk Road

A new Silk Road has been taking shape, extending westwards via central Asian and European countries to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, forming a new Asian-European Trans-continental Bridge, Vice Minister of Communications Feng Zhenglin said Thursday in Beijing.

Business

IBM to help SMIs with PLM solutions

Malaysia's export competitiveness can be further improved if local manufacturers, particularly the small- and medium-sized industries (SMIs), capitalise on the latest Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) technologies to turn innovative and creative ideas into business successes, IBM Malaysia Sdn Bhd's PLM manager Loo Hwai Sheng said.

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Japan and South Korea get down to beat overpowering heat

Japan's players have been plunging into steam baths to acclimatise for their Asian World Cup qualifier in sweltering Singapore today.

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Somluck books ticket to Athens Games

Thai featherweight boxer Somluck Kumsing, gold medallist at the 1996 Atlanta Games, booked his passage for the Athens Olympics on Tuesday by reaching the final of the second Asian Olympic qualifying competition.

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Fatigue a major worry for Harris

Malaysia are in upbeat mood after earning an unexpected point in the pre-Olympic Asian Finals Group A match against China in Wuhan on Saturday.