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Farm owner pleads not guilty

The owner of Siow Jit Choon Chicken Farm Sdn Bhd claimed trial to a charge of manufacturing optical discs without a permit in his chicken farm.

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Greenlight for national team to travel, minus Shalin

The agonising wait for the national bowlers to get back into international competition is over. All of them except three-time Asian women's number one Shalin Zulkfili will take part in the Philippines Open.


Seeking enlightenment

In this age of materialism, how does one hear the calling to walk the path in search of spiritual enlightenment? Following last week#8217;s examination of Catholic religious life, ONG JU LYNN finds out about hearing the call from Buddhist #8216;renunciate' who have taken the vow of the 'homeless one' and have not looked back since.


Iris to promote chip-based passport in West Africa

IRIS Corp Bhd is confident of using Nigeria as a platform to promote greater use of the company#039;s chip-embedded passport system in West African countries.


Tenzing, leader of Sherpas

THE year was 1953 and there was great rejoicing in the Nepalese capital. Welcome arches were erected and thousands gathered at the then biggest parade ground in Asia to welcome their hero.


Dept to issue biometric passports nationwide

All Immigration Departments nationwide will be equipped with facilities to produce biometric passports that contain high-security features by the end of next month.


Iris seeks foothold in Cambodia

Smart card specialist Iris Corp Bhd will sponsor the installation of 2 passport autogate systems and convert 5,000 Cambodian passports to chip-based ones to demonstrate to Cambodia the usefulness of such passports, its chairman, Tan Sri Razali Ismail said.


Thames Valley tops in nursing and midwifery

THE signing of a £100mil (RM600mil) contract to provide nursing and midwifery education in West London has made Thames Valley University Britain's largest provider of nursing and midwifery courses.

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Mexican football hit by alleged false nationality papers scandal

Mexico will check the naturalisation papers of 23 foreign-born football players after media reports alleged that a Brazilian had forged his papers.


Falling under the ancient spell of biometrics

Last week, Britain's Home Secretary David Blunkett announced plans to introduce a new type of #8220;biometric#8221; passport card by the end of 2005.